Dr. Malika Seth is this week’s featured doctor at Ashburn Psychological and Psychiatric Services. Dr. Seth received her training in psychiatry and psychotherapy from some of the country’s leading institutions. Dr. Seth is that rare psychiatrist today who can provide both psychiatry and medication services and psychotherapy. Below is Dr. Seth’s professional biography for your review and consideration. Dr. Seth is accepting new patients, and we invite you to call our office manager, Christine Kutt, to schedule a consultation with Dr. Seth. Ms. Kutt can be reached at: (703) 723-2999 or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Seth has both weekday and weekend hours.
Malika Seth, M.D.
EDUCATION: Princeton University, B.A., Weill Medical College of Cornell University, M.D.
RESIDENCY: Payne Whitney Clinic of New York, Presbyterian Hospital, Cornell University
CREDENTIALS: M.D., Board Certification in Adult Psychiatry
TREATMENT POPULATIONS: Older Adolescents and Adults
SERVICES PROVIDED: Medication Management and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Individuals and Couples
MEMBERSHIP: American Psychiatric Association
LICENSURE: Commonwealth of Virginia
Dr. Malika Seth is a trained Adult Psychiatrist. She has been certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Her main areas of interest are women’s health, including during pregnancy and post-partum, cross-cultural psychiatry, depression, bipolar, OCD, panic and general anxiety disorders. She works with individuals and couples. She believes that the most effective treatment often combines psychotherapy with medication, and offers both therapy and medication management in her practice.
Dr. Seth studied Neurobiology at Princeton University and received her medical degree from Cornell University. Her psychiatry residency was at the Payne Whitney Center of Cornell University. After her training she had a private practice in Manhattan and was a Clinical Instructor and Assistant Attending in Psychiatry at Cornell University. She taught a course for residents on Cross-Cultural Psychiatry which focused on culturally relevant factors of psychiatric diagnosis and treatment. She also received a teaching award in Psychosomatic Medicine. She is focused on providing comprehensive care for her patients, including therapy, medication management, and collaboration with other providers.