Louis Kraus, MD, associate professor and section chief of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Interests include autism, forensic psychiatry and providing school consultation.>
Adrienne Adams, MD, MS, assistant professor and training director of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Program and outpatient medical director. Interests include education, anxiety, mood and obesity disorders developed during childhood.
Rosario Cosme Cruz, MD, assistant professor and director of the of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Consultation and Liaison Service. Her interests include anxiety disorders, improving resilience, integrated psychopharmacology and psychotherapy. Cosme speaks Spanish and English.
Peter Fink, MD, assistant professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Pediatrics and director of the autism spectrum disorder medication clinic. Interests include forensic psychiatry, psychopharmacology, school consultation and medically complicated psychiatric treatment.
Mojgan Makki, MD, assistant professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, inpatient medical director of 4Kellogg, and director of the Toddlers Infants PreSchoolers (TIPS) Clinic. Her expertise includes complex psychiatric evaluations and medication management. Additionally, Makki provides consulting for forensic, educational, and child custody evaluations.
Thomas Owley, MD, assistant professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, medical director of the Autism Assessment, Research and Treatment Services (AARTS) Program and director of the ADHD and disruptive behaviors medication clinic. Owley specializes in treatment of individuals with ASD of all ages and has conducted many clinical research projects for this population.
Rachel Lofton, PhD, assistant professor and clinical director of the Autism Assessment, Research and Treatment Services (AARTS) Program. Lofton is trained in educational and clinical psychology, with an emphasis in evaluation, consultation and intervention for individuals with ASD of all ages in the community. She has extensive training in psychological testing, as well as expertise in educational, behavioral and social interventions.
Latha Soorya, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry. Soorya is a child psychologist and board-certified behavior analyst with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of autism spectrum disorders. Soorya is the research director for the Autism Assessment, Research and Treatment Services (AARTS) Program and is conducting clinical research on behavioral and psychopharmacological treatments for ASDs.
Alejandro Mora, LCSW, intake department director, provides assessment and psychodynamic therapies for children and families with depression, anxiety and trauma related disorders, including sexually acting out behaviors in children. He is bilingual Spanish and English speaking.
Marcia M Ward, LCSW, ACSW, clinical therapist, Child Psychiatry Fellowship Program supervisor and MSW field placement supervisor whose clinical services include providing individual and family therapy. Areas of interest and expertise include attention deficit disorder, anxiety, trauma, work with families and parent guidance, education and training.
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