Having always been a curiosity-driven person, Psychiatry has been my calling. Even as a young individual, I have always been intrigued by the interplay of the human mind and behavior. I have lived in different countries and I believe this has been one of my greatest assets, which provides me with a uniquely diverse perspective that my patients would benefit from.
I believe in evidence-based medicine and like to keep myself up to date with the latest research and advancements in medicine. I believe that as a Psychiatrist my role is to be a careful and compassionate listener to my patient’s concerns, be empathic, and be respectful towards them while also advocating for them in the community. I have completed my General Psychiatry Residency at Southern Illinois University School of Medicine and served as a Chief Resident there and also earned the award for the Resident of The Year. I completed my 2 year Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at Rush University Medical Center and served as a Chief Fellow while my tenure there. I view these awards as a continued commitment to patient care and fulfilling the oath that I shall continue to work as a compassionate, empathic, and well-informed physician.
I provide both medication management and brief psychotherapy, being mindful that every treatment should be individualized to meet my patient’s needs. My clinical interests are the various mental health disorders such as ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Mood Disorders that affect the child and adolescent population.
Blue Cross Blue Shield • Self pay • Medicare • United • Humana • Aetna • Cigna • Tricare
2019 Representative of the Mind Games for APA (Residency)
Chief Resident, 2019 Resident of The Year
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