Dr. Bonanno is a Psychologist for Willington Patients in need of Medical Cannabis
Dr. Bonanno invites Willington patients suffering from the psychological turmoil of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to find aid and peace through medical cannabis treatments.. Dr. Bonanno is pleased to offer Willington patients a solution without the use of narcotics and pharmaceuticals. Through the cannabis doctor’s accelerated resolution therapy methods combined with the effectiveness of medical marijuana, Willington patients have the power to take their lives and health back into their own hands. Dr. Bonanno is empathetic and compassionate with each of this patient's and has dedicated his work to providing a safe space for Willington patient's healing and wellness to begin.
Not every physician in Connecticut is qualified to diagnose or treat PTSD, making the integrative work of Dr. Bonanno the only of its kind. His services cover general psychology, including therapies for Depression and Anxiety, as well as Accelerated Resolution Therapy to treat Phobias, PTSD, and Trauma. Willington patients as well as out of state patients are welcomed to consult with Dr. Bonanno. He offers online PTSD diagnosis sessions through Facetime or Skype as well, making it easy for patients far and wide to receive the aid they need. Local patients are invited to schedule an appointment at his office for an in person evaluation.
The process for obtaining a Medical Marijuana License requires a prescription; however, not many physicians have the qualifications to diagnose PTSD. Dr. Bonanno bridges the gap for PTSD patients, providing the necessary recommendation for Willington patients to take to a trusted marijuana license prescriber. Dr. Bonanno will gladly refer his patients to a reputable cannabis doctor in the area.
Medical cannabis became legal for qualifying patients in Connecticut under Chapter 420f, The Palliative Use of Marijuana. Chapter 420f established the conditions that determine eligibility for medical marijuana use and the Board of Physicians duties regarding cannabis use. The Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection is the agency responsible for registering patients to the state Medical Marijuana Program administering Medical Marijuana Identification Cards to patients that qualify.
Dr. Bonanno gladly provides PTSD screenings for Willington patients in need of Medical Marijuana. Folks outside of Willington are accepted too, Dr. Bonanno welcomes cannabis patients from neighboring towns Tolland, Mansfield, and Eastford to have a screening. Stafford, Hampden, and Ellington patients are moments away from Dr. Bonanno's office. Dr. Bonanno accepts out of state patients from Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Colorado, Florida, and New Jersey for PTSD screenings as well.
Willington, Connecticut offers plenty of wooded escapes in the area, such as the Shenipsit State Forest home to innumerable Oak trees with hiking and biking paths weaving throughout. For archery, hunting, and camping check out Nye-Holman State Forest, a beautiful park with the Willimantic River flowing between its trees. Spot smaller wildlife at Merrow Meadow Park or Heron Cove Park, both providing incredible scenery and lush forests.
Dr. Bonanno is an amazing Doctor. He truly understands PTSD & has helped me on a path to treatment & I am already feeling better. Don't hesitate to call this kind & compassionate doctor if you need a proper PTSD Diagnosis.
After years of therapy and frustrating episodes, I was desperate to find something to help even if it was just a little bit. Meeting Dr. Dave was a game changer for me, He instantly related to me and helped me understand there are are options out there to help me get my life back. It was great to talk to a doctor who actually gets it, and also understands that talk therapy is not always effective
Dr. Bonanno and his administrator are absolutely wonderful. They helped me so much, and I'll always be grateful to them for helping me to identify and manage my PTSD. There aren't enough reviews of this office out there, so I want to I assure you that this is the real deal.