"Clouds come and go, but the mountains remain."
Meet Dr. Brian Ghezelaiagh
Dr. Ghezelaiagh (Dr. G. for short) is a board-certified psychiatrist. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from Brooklyn College, obtained his Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree from Downstate Health Sciences University and completed his psychiatry residency training at Stony Brook Medicine. Dr. G. provides individualized mental health treatment plans tailored to each patient, taking into account the complex biological, psychological, and social factors that shape us all. Dr. G. has expertise in the treatment of the spectrum of psychiatric and behavioral conditions, including but not limited to mood disorders, depression, anxiety, panic disorder, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, grief/bereavement, relationship conflict, OCD, and ADHD. He utilizes a combination of psychotherapy and medications where appropriate to optimize mental health outcomes and quality of life for his patients. Dr. G is a born and raised Long Islander and enjoys serving his community. When not in the office, Dr. G. enjoys outdoor activities, playing the piano, and spending time with family.
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"Dr. Ghezelaiagh has been the best psychiatrist I have ever been to. He has a kind and warm approach.
Dr. Ghezelaiagh takes his time and really gives a knowledgeable explanation for the course of treatment. He is easily reached through a patient portal and he responds in a timely manner. I felt comfortable with him right away and I feel confident that I chose him as my psychiatrist."