* Buprenorphine/Suboxone prescriber for the management of opioid dependency.
Edward Lulo, MD, is a well-regarded physician, board certified psychiatrist, author and educator of high moral fortitude who holds himself to the highest of standards for patient care. He has held academic positions at ACGME accredited United States Medical Schools since 1998 and currently part of the clinical faculty at Drexel University College of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry in Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
In his private practice, he doctors individuals, couples, and families; children, adolescents, adults, as well as those in the geriatric population. Dr. Lulo implements his experience and knowledge as a Physician, Psychotherapist and Neuro-Psychopharmacologist for the evaluation and management of a myriad of issues for which one might seek help from a professional in this regard; Whether it is for yourself, a loved one, a client, or in the capacity of seeking the benefit from an outpatient consultation-liaison collaborative approach for your patients and staff, or for expert opinion for judicially involved and legal related matters.
Dr. Lulo is involved with efforts toward an ongoing collaborative movement with several professionals, individuals and organizations with the common goal of reaching the least detrimental alternative for broken families. As you may already be aware, the outcome of the children’s overall well-being and optimal chance of recovery moving forward is integrally dependent on minimizing conflict in the context of these profound and complex dynamic situations.
As part of his multimodal approach toward recovery in exploring the goals of each, with respect to psychotherapy inclusive, he is able to appropriately implement individual play and behavioral therapy, supportive and psycho-educational, cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic therapy, as well as prolonged exposure therapy, motivational interviewing, couples/family therapy, depending on the individual(s) and social developmental stages incorporating the construct of circumstances and within the context of first assessing the potential risks of confounding factors to include underlying medical conditions as well as possible substances and lifestyle choices involved.
Active Licenses to practice medicine in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and New York.
Dr. Lulo received his medical degree from the accredited medical school of the University of the East in DR., his post graduate training education as an Intern at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla, New York, Internal Medicine and Pediatrics and Adult Psychiatry at New York Medical College, New York with his year of Fellowship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania.
Dr. Lulo attended New York Medical College for his post-graduate education and training in adult psychiatry and was the only psychiatry resident from Westchester Medical Hospital during his residency accepted by New York’s Psychoanalytic Institute to join, out of several hundred applicants from surrounding residency programs, a group of only six psychiatrists-in-training to become psychodynamic psychotherapists and involved an intensive two year course taught by some of the most preeminent and internationally recognized psychoanalysts in the world still in practice in Manhattan, New York today. Further, during his fellowship year in child and adolescent psychiatry at Pennsylvania State University, he was recognized as the most apt in psychotherapy and chosen to receive supervision with the Unit Director via the Director of the Institute in Cognitive Behavior Therapy himself. More recently, recognized and sponsored by the president of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis and Dynamic Psychiatry.
He has been a faculty member at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, where he was honored by his students and colleagues during his time there as Instructor of the Year for three consecutive years, During this time, he also instructed for and lectured to the medical and pharmacy students at the University of Missouri Kansas City Medical School (UMKC) and the UMKC School of Pharmacy. As faculty for the medical department at Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, he received several awards for humanitarian services as its Medical Missions Liaison and as a Health Care Provider. Finally. Additionally, he was the Course Director and Professor at Miami Dade College, Medical Center Campus in Miami, Florida.
Dr. Lulo’s expertise with substance use disorders and his research with colleagues in this arena has also been published by Cambridge University Press; Text of Clinical Addiction Psychiatry; Chapter of Addiction & Emergency Psychiatry. This is in addition to other publications he has authored to also include lecture notes he tailored for the myriad of lectures he has been invited to give over the years at several national CME conferences. He has educated several physicians, Nurses, Physician Assistants and medical students in a myriad of venues and topics with exam intensive review courses as well as private tutoring over the years for several medical related board and licensing exams, most notably all parts related to the United States Medical Licensing Exam. Lectures also given for venues providing Continuing Medical Education., such as Fort Lauderdale CME, as well as online venues. He is the former Senior Medical Editor for Exam Master Corporation. Dr. Lulo is faculty of Kaplan Medical, providing instructions and contributing to publications related psychiatry, behavioral sciences, and ethics for those seeking to obtain a license to practice medicine in the United States.
In addition to his private practice, Dr. Lulo, as an Attending Psychiatrist and Consultant for NHS Northwestern Human Services for several years worked several of their venues and with patient populations, to include those at Methadone clinics, Addiction Dual Diagnosis Programs, extended inpatient community residence locations and Children’s Reach outpatient clinic in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Further he is the former Director of the Clozapine/Clozaril Clinic for NHS Sharon Hill in Delaware County.
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