OCD and Anxiety
When you turn to Rogers Behavioral Health for help, you connect with some of the best in the field.
As a national leader in behavioral health, Rogers has a medical staff which reflects our leadership and expertise. More than 60 board-certified adult and child and adolescent psychiatrists comprise one of the largest groups of specialists in a private behavioral health system, anywhere.
Combined with nearly 25 psychologists, and additional physicians and nurse practitioners, our medical staff of nearly 100 works as a team to focus on your recovery and get to the heart of your challenges and concerns.
At Rogers, your medical staff is:
Specialized. Psychiatry is our focus, but with a special emphasis for children, teens and adults. From advanced nurse practitioners trained in psychiatry, to specialists in addiction medicine, to areas of specialty, like obsessive-compulsive disorder and mood and anxiety among kids with autism spectrum disorder -- our medical staff offers a breadth and depth of knowledge.
Qualified. Our board-certified psychiatrists often have additional certification for their specialty, such as addiction medicine. Many of our medical directors are fellows in their disciplines, which signifies a high level of education and expertise. Our large contingent of clinical psychologists are doctorally prepared and recognized leaders in areas such as OCD.
Respected. Our medical staff has the recognition and respect of its peers. Many serve as faculty at local universities, conduct research and present regularly at state, regional, national and even international conferences. Our members have led state and national associations, and helped establish policy and standards within their fields.
Collaborative. With the benefit of multiple areas of specialty, our medical staff can easily reach out to experts within Rogers for consultation among different specialty areas, for management of co-occurring disorders and complex cases.
From Oconomowoc to Philadelphia, you can rely on the knowledge, skill and compassion of the medical staff and the teams of professionals in behavioral health they lead across the country.
Jerry Halverson, MDRogers Memorial Hospital–Oconomowoc
Khazi Muqeet, MDRogers Memorial Hospital–West Allis
Roger Luhn, MDRogers Memorial Hospital–Brown Deer
Stephanie C. Eken, MD, FAAPRogers Behavioral Health
Jennifer R. King, MDChild and Adolescent Services
Ahmed Numaan, MDAdult Services
Gregory Von Roenn, MD, FACPMedicine
Oludamilola Salami, MDAdult Inpatient Services
Bradley L. Erickson, MDChild and Adolescent Inpatient Services
Peter M. Lake, MDAdolescent Center for OCD and Anxiety
Jody A. Langford, MDChild and Adolescent Inpatient Eating Disorders
Michael M. Miller, MD, DFASAM, LFAPAHerrington Recovery Center
Patrick O’Malley, DOMedicine
Mark Rossing, MDOCD Center
Peggy Scallon, MD, FAPAFOCUS Adolescent Mood Disorders Program
Brad E. R. Smith, MDEating Disorder Services
Cuong Tieu, MDChild Center
Erik Johnston Ulland, MDNashotah Program
Matthew Kleban, MDAdolescent Inpatient Services
Vineet Kulkarni, MDAdult Services
Hemalatha Rajanna, MDOutpatient Adult Services
Azhar M. Yunus, MDAdolescent Recovery ProgramChild and Adolescent Outpatient Services (Kenosha, West Allis)
Tracey K. Lichner, PhD, LPRogers Behavioral Health–Minneapolis
Amy R. Mariaskin, PhDRogers Behavioral Health–Nashville
Bunmi O. Olatunji, PhDRogers Behavioral Health–Nashville
Jody A. Pahlavan, PsyDExecutive Director, Clinical ProgrammingBrown Deer, Kenosha, West Allis
Bradley C. Riemann, PhDOCD CenterCognitive Behavioral Therapy Services
Eric A. Storch, PhDRogers Behavioral Health–Tampa Bay
Paula Young, PhD, ACTRogers Behavioral Health–Chicago
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