My approach to psychopharmacology combines my background in Neuroscience and appreciation for the brain’s enormous complexity and my practical commitment to finding what works. While making a well-informed diagnosis is important to selecting a treatment approach, diagnoses are meant to be tools not rigid categories. Nature exists on a spectrum and furthermore your brain chemistry and drug metabolism are unique. Although I rely on evidence-based algorithms for treatment, I also believe there is an art to pharmacology that requires sensitivity and attention to your body’s unique responses to medications. I believe in systematically trying medications until we find the right chemical combination for you and achieve full remission of your symptoms.