Geralyn A. Carducci, D.O., ABPN
Dr. Carducci is a licensed physician who is board certified in general psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Her practice at Lakeview Psychological Associates, S.C. is limited to outpatient psychiatry.
Dr. Carducci evaluates, diagnoses, and treats the full spectrum of psychiatric disorders in adults and adolescents. Under certain
circumstances, she will also see children for these purposes.
Among her areas of expertise, Dr. Carducci is particularly skilled in the psychiatric evaluation and medical management of depression,
anxiety, panic, obsessive-compulsive disorders, trauma issues, bipolar variants, and other mood disorders. She is also especially
interested in women's issues, including PMS; mood symptoms relating to pregnancy, perimenopause, and menopause; post-partum
depression; and sexual trauma.
On a more limited basis, Dr. Carducci also provides brief focused psychotherapy as well as more intensive, longer-term psychotherapy.
In those cases where someone other than Dr. Carducci is conducting the psychotherapy, she ensures that all efforts are optimally
coordinated for her patients.
As part of her practice, Dr. Carducci regularly consults with other physicians and mental health professionals that are involved in her
patients' care. When her patients require hospitalization; she also consults to the inpatient psychiatrist. Through these efforts,
Dr. Carducci helps facilitate the most effective, comprehensive, and seamless continuum of psychiatric care possible.
In addition to the above, Dr. Carducci consults to groups and organizations in her areas of expertise. Within this context, she serves on
the Board of Directors of The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill and has consulted to The
Healthy Youth - Healthy Body Program of the Manitowoc-Two Rivers YMCA.
Prior to relocating to Manitowoc in January of 1998, Dr. Carducci was an Assistant Professor
of Clinical Psychiatry at the University of Illinois at Chicago. While there, Dr. Carducci was
Chief of the Consult-Liaison Service, Psychiatric Consultant to the Student Mental Health Clinic, and an attending physician in the Women's Program.