One-On-One Psychiatry

Since the onset of the COVID-19 public health situation, I am seeing people by tele-psychiatry only. Once the crisis is resolved, I will be reopening my comfortably private office space at 1632 N Country Club Road in Tucson, giving patients a choice between in person office visits or tele-psych virtual office visits. To learn more about tele-psych click here.

My aim is to work with all communities including first generation college students, medical school students, physicians, LGBTQ  people, and Spanish speakers.

The focus of this practice is on the following patient concerns:

  • ADHD

  • Trauma

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Bipolar Spectrum Disorders

  • General work/school/life stress


Getting Started

Initial intake visits are an hour or more and focus on your physical and mental health history as well as identifying personal issues you are seeking help for. If we both agree that I can assist you in this mental health journey a, follow-up visit will be scheduled.

Follow up visits are usually 50 or 25 minutes long depending on the intensity of your needs and establishment of our doctor-client relationship. This may include medication management and/or psychotherapy.



Have a virtual session with me at the same rate of service without leaving your home or workplace.


Benefits of Tele-Psychiatry:

  • Can be done anywhere you have a computer with internet access

  • Improved confidentiality - Privacy protected patient portal lets us communicate off the grid

  • Makes psychiatry a more accessible option for busy people - No sitting around in waiting rooms


Wounded Healers Crisis Services

For physicians, medical students, and other first responders.

Due to the nature of our work, getting help can be increasingly difficult. We are afraid of loss of privacy due to medical insurance and exposure of our search for mental health conditions subjecting us to uncalled for scrutiny by state licensing boards. These circumstances lead to countless suicides that could have been prevented if one had the resources and anonymity to get the help they needed.

If you are a healer and are suicidal call my cell phone at (520) 235-5259.