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Mary Lemberg , M.D Psychiatrist

Mary Lemberg

M.D Psychiatrist

Mary Lemberg, M.D., completed a B.S. in Neuroscience at Tulane University, medical school training at Loyola Stritch School of Medicine near Chicago, and her psychiatry residency at the University of Washington. She has developed areas of specialty in pharmacologic management, maternal and women's mental health, and trauma-focused cognitive processing therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder.  She uses evidenced-based practice to optimize wellbeing.  Dr. Lemberg has eight years of clinical experience and has maintained an outpatient-focused practice for the previous six years. 

Areas of Expertise:  

  • Evaluation and medication management of mood and anxiety disorders
  • Trauma-focused cognitive processing therapy for PTSD
  • Women's mental health

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