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Osarumen Nicole Doghor, MD
Reproductive Psychiatrist - The Women's Place
Assistant Professor of Reproductive Psychiatry, Baylor College of Medicine
|Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Boston, MA||Fellowship||Psychodynamic Psychotherapy||2016|
|Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School||Fellowship||Psychiatry||2016|
|Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School||Residency||Psychiatry||2014|
|University of Louisville School of Medicine||Medical School||Doctor of Medicine||2012|
I believe in compassionate collaborative care; this entails fostering an environment for patients, families and colleagues to feel respected, regarded and informed in the emotional and physical treatment and care of patients.
Clinical Interests: My clinical interests are in peripartum mental disorders, maternal substance abuse, and community and global mental health. I also have a particular interest in mindfulness based interventions and psychodynamic psychotherapy.
Research Interests: My research interests are in psychotherapeutic and pharmacologic interventions for women undergoing infertility treatment with anxiety disorders as well as the intersection of spirituality and psychiatry.
View News Articles:
|American Psychiatric Association||Member|
Doghor ON, Freid C, Haimovici F, Mathias D, Knudson-Gonzalez D. Harvard Review of Psychiatry. A Determined Woman: Anxiety, Unresolved Mourning and Capacity Assessment in Recurrent Pregnancy Loss. 2016 (Accepted for publication to Harvard Review of Psychiatry in 5/2016).
Nomamiukor ON, Brown ES .Journal of affective disorders. Attrition Factors in Clinical Trials of Comorbid Bipolar and Substance-Related Disorders. 2009 Jan; 112(1): 284-288.
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