Caribbean-American Doctor Develops New 4-Year, Medical and Mental Health Journal for Patients

medical-mental-health-journalPEMBROKE PINES – A new 4-year journal to help medical and mental health patients keep track of their symptoms, side effects, thoughts and feelings, was published this week (May 11th) by

This invaluable tool was developed by Psychotherapist, Dr. Percy Ricketts of Pembroke Pines, Florida and it is now available at major online bookstores.

Dr. Percy Ricketts
Dr. Percy Ricketts

According to Dr. Ricketts, “This very simple tool is intended to be used as a personal tracking tool for daily medical or mental health progress.” He further indicated that “Recording one’s daily progress can be beneficial from various standpoints.  It prevents relying on memory, which at times can be unreliable. It can be used to track important changes including symptoms, medication side effects, and even personal thoughts and feelings and it can serve as an important communication resource between patients and their healthcare providers, who can use the records to help make appropriate decisions and changes to treatment regimen.

Finally; he indicated, “The small journal can help monitor personal progress, providing the opportunity for patients to look back at any time and see how far they have come.” Get your copies today at the low introductory price of $10 from:, or from



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