Dr. Wilson Honored by the Mid-Hudson Psychiatric Society

Ken_Wilson_PortraitKenneth W. Wilson, MD DFAPA was honored by his peers at the June annual meeting  of the Mid-Hudson Psychiatric Society. a District Branch of the American Psychiatric Association.  Dr. Wilson served as President of the Society for four years and was awarded a honorary plaque that detailed his exemplary dedication and service to his colleagues and mental health community. Dr. Wilson brings this dedication to Riverview Psychiatric Medicine, PC and he is accepting new patients to his practice.  Please contact our office at 845-471-1807 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Wilson.  He is accepting many insurances.



Randy PardellWhat’s New In The Treatment of Depression:

Community Lecture


Date: Wednesday August 6, 2014

Time: 7:00 PM-9:00 PM

Presenter: Randy I. Pardell MD DFAPA

Medical Director


Learn about the latest treatments for Major Depression. Dr. Pardell will discuss genetic testing using Genesite buccal swabbing to individualized medication treatment for psychiatric illnesses. He will describe a non-drug treatment for depression, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). TMS utilizes an MRI strength magnet to stimulate the areas of the brain that are underperforming or under functioning and normalizes brain functioning to treat depression without the side effects of medication. Bring family and friends to learn about what is on the forefront in Depression treatment. Contact our office at 845-471-1807 or email at info@riverviewpsychiatric.com to register for this complimentary seminar as seating is limited. Refreshments will be provided.


Dr. Pardell Lectured to the Northeast Regional Astra Zeneca CNS Representatives.

Dr. Pardell had the opportunity to educate the Northeast Region CNS Representatives of Astra Zeneca on the diagnosis and treatment of patients with Bipolar Disorder.  The lecture occurred on June 3, 2014 in Tarrytown, NY and was broadcast throughout the northeast through Webex connection. It was very well received and future educational events and tutorials will be planned.

Kenneth W. Wilson MD DFAPA Joins Riverview Psychiatric Medicine



Randy I. Pardell MD DFAPA, Medical Director, proudly welcomes Kenneth W. Wilson M.D. DFAPA to Riverview Psychiatric Medicine, PC. Dr. Wilson is a Board Certified Psychiatrist, Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He received his undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis and his medical degree from New York Medical College where he holds the position of Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Dr. Wilson completed his psychiatric residency training at St. Vincent’s Hospital and Medical Center where he was appointed Chief Resident and went on to complete a fellowship in Public Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center. He has lead the Emergency Services and Consultation and Liaison Services at a number of medical centers in New York City including St. Vincent’s Hospital. Prior to joining Riverview Psychiatric Medicine, PC, Dr. Wilson was the Director of the Department of Psychiatry at Vassar Brothers Medical Center, a division of Health Quest Medical Practice. Dr. Wilson has a special interest in the interaction between physical health and psychiatric illness including psychosomatic medicine. Dr. Wilson is the current President of the Mid-Hudson Psychiatric Society. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Wilson call 845-471-1807 or logon to riverviewpsychiatric.com.

The View April, 2014 Issue #4

The View, April 2014

Dr. Pardell Lectures on New Treatments for Depression

Randy Ian Pardell MD DFAPA lectured to his medical colleagues this month on exciting new treatments for Depression.

On March 6, 2014 Dr. Pardell lectured at the Culinary Institute of America on the use of Deplin (l-methyl folate) as an augmentation treatment for Major Depressive Disorder.  He described the interactions between inflammation, metabolic syndrome, early life adversity and the impact on depression and overall health.  Dr. Richard Horowitz was in attendance and shared the excitement of his new book on Lyme Diease called:  Why Can’t I Get Better: Solving the Mystery of Lyme and Chronic Disease.



On March 12, and March 20, 2014, Dr. Pardell lecture to his mental health and medical colleagues in Dutchess and Westchester Counties on Brintellix, a new antidepressant medication with unique properties to treat the cognitive and energy symptoms occurring in Major Depression.


Black Dog of Depression

Black Dog of Depression  One of my colleagues Kimberly Kress MD from TMS Serenity in Sugarland, Texas shared with me this moving portrayal  from an Australian animator about his struggles with depression. This video sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO) is a poignant and moving portrayal that brings insight and hope for those afflicted with depression.

The View: A Mental Health Alliance Newsletter

The View: Issue 3

Riverview Psychiatric PC and TMS Center of the Hudson Valley Newsletter, Issue 2

Dr. Pardell Educated Health Care Providers

On November 20, 2013, Dr. Pardell lectured at Cosimo’s Poughkeepsie to over 40 health care providers about the latest advances in pharmacogenomic testing to individualize psychiatric medicine selection along with the latest advances in Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation.  Dr. Pardell lead an interactive discussion which updated his colleagues about new innovations in psychiatry.

Dr. Pardell Lectured on Holiday Stress, Genetic Testing, and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

On November 16, 2013, Dr. Pardell lectured to a community group on how to manage Holiday Stress, his current use of Genesite Genetic Testing to individualize medication selection for the treatment of psychiatric conditions and provided the latest update on Results of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapy for the treatment of Major Depression at the TMS Center of the Hudson Valley.  A spirited discussion insued and after the lecture, Dr. Pardell provided a tour of the  TMS Suite and demonstrate how TMS is delivered. Dr. Pardell will regularly provide community lectures to help inform about the latest developments in the field of psychiatry.