Amy K. Ricke, MD

Education

  • Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, MD
  • University of Notre Dame, BS

Clinical Training

  • Indiana University School of Medicine Residency Training Program

Certifications

  • Board Certified in Psychiatry

Awards and Honors

  • Summa Cum Laude, University of Notre Dame
  • Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society
  • Association of Women Psychiatrists Fellowship Award

Medication Management (not limited to)

  • (Not all population groups are listed, please use the filters on the previous page for full results.)
  • Addictions: Alcohol
  • Addictions: Drugs
  • Depression
  • Eating Disorders
  • Medication Management
  • Mood Disorders
  • Women's Health Issues: Infertility
  • Women's Health Issues: Menopause
  • Women's Health Issues: Pregnancy
  • Women's Health Issues: Postpartum
  • Women's Health Issues: PMS/PMDD
  • Serving: Individuals
  • Patient ages: 16-55 or Older

Psychotherapy Approach

  • Psychodynamic
  • CBT/DBT

Lectures

    Dr. Ricke has facilitated numerous professional talks, including Grand Rounds to the departments of OB/GYN and Psychiatry at Indiana University School of Medicine and at Community North Hospital. She has given lectures to medical residents, and is currently involved in supervising residents as Assistant Faculty (Adjunct) in the IU Department of Psychiatry. In addition, Dr. Ricke has presented for the Indiana Psychiatric Society, the Indiana State Department of Health, and Postpartum Support International.

Publications

  • Biological Psychiatry
  • Psychopharmacology Review
  • Obstetrics & Gynecological Survey

Professional Affiliations and Distinctions

  • American Psychiatric Society
  • Indiana Psychiatric Society
  • Postpartum Support International
  • Eating Disorder Task Force of Indiana

The foundation of my practice is careful assessment, with ample time spent looking back early into a patient’s history. My approach is best captured by this quote, “A psychiatric diagnosis is a milestone in someone’s life. Done well, an accurate diagnosis is the beginning of an increased self-understanding and a launch to effective treatment and a better future. Done poorly, it can be a lingering disaster.”

-Allen Frances, MD