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Dr. Ditter completed her psychiatry residency and forensic psychiatry fellowship at the University of Virginia, where she was later on faculty. She also completed a fellowship at the Center for Disease control and received her Masters of Public Health at Emory University. Previoysly she completed her neurology residency and medical school at Emory University. She was on the neurology faculty at Emory and at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital, before entering neurology private practice. She received her undergradurate degree from U.S.C.
Dr. Samer Salmo received his psychiatry training at University of Los Angeles, where he served as Chief Resident during his final year. He worked in different outpatient clinics during his residency and received the National Alliance on Mental Illness NAMI award. He joined he General Residency program from which he graduated and served as an attending Psychiatrist. His clinical interest include depression, anxiety disorder, mood and psychotic disorder.
Dr. Smita Thakkar is a board certified psychiatrist with over 10 years of experience. She completed her child and adolescent psychiatric fellowship at University of Southern California. She received her general psychiatry training at University of Los Angeles, where she served as Chief Resident and was recognized with the Outstanding Resident Award two years in a row. She was an Attending psychiatrist in India . She is fluent in major Indian sub-continent languages.
Andrew Tran, M.D. is a board certified psychiatrist with over 10 years of experience working with people with diverse needs. He completed his medical education at Indiana University school of medicine on a full tuition scholarship. He then did his residency in psychiatry at the University of Florida where he was received the John E. Adams academic award three years in a row. His clinical interests include depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, and ADHD. He believes that the doctor patient relationship is itself therapeutic and aims to foster an environment where patients feel safe, knowing that their individual stories, experiences, needs, and concerns will be heard and treated with respect.