When you are struggling with mental health troubles everything just feels harder. My goal is to work with you on your unique path to recovery, and help you stay there.
At Brookhaven Psychiatry, we strive to provide the highest quality of care to our patients. Our goal is to work with you on your unique path to recovery, and help you stay there.
I am a board-certified psychiatrist with expertise treating the full spectrum of mental health conditions - with a focus on mood and anxiety disorders. I utilize a holistic approach combining evidence-based treatments including psychotherapy and medication where appropriate to optimize mental health outcomes. My practice offers both in-person and telehealth appointments to accommodate your specific needs.
Whether in-person or via telehealth, I strive to create an environment which is warm, inviting, and considerate of your time. I give all of my patients the individualized attention and care they deserve. Congratulations on taking important steps on your path to recovery and wellness. I look forward to walking with you and providing support along the way.
Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology
Board Certified in Psychiatry
Member of the American Psychiatric Association
Member of the Greater Long Island Psychiatric Society
Post Doctoral Training
Residency in Psychiatry at Renaissance School of Medicine at Stony Brook University
Doctor of Medicine (MD) - SUNY Downstate College of Medicine
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Summa Cum Laude - CUNY Brooklyn College
Professional Recognition's and Honors
APA Institute on Psychiatric Services (IPS) Scholarship Grant
Downstate Alumni Association Research Fellowship Award
Cohen, C.I., Freeman, K., Ghoneim, D., Vengaserry, A., Ghezelaiagh, B.R., Reinhartd, M.M. “Advances in the Conceptualization and Study of Schizophrenia in Later Life: 2020 Update” Clinics in Geriatric Medicine. 2020 May 1
;American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 2019 Feb 1
Cohen, C.I., Freeman, K., Ghoneim, D., Vengaserry, A., Ghezelaiagh, B.R., Reinhartd, M.M. “Advances in the Conceptualization and Study of Schizophrenia in Later Life.” The Psychiatric Clinics of North America (2017).
Amarnani, A., Dilshat, R., Ghezelaiagh, B.R., Malakhov, N., & Mattis, C., Huan, C., Magnusdottir, E., Steingrimsson, E., Roman, C. The transcription factor Mitf regulates expression of genes that control B cell responsiveness and enforce immunological tolerance to self. Poster presented at: SUNY Downstate School of Graduate Studies Annual Research Day; 2017 April 19; Brooklyn, NY