About Wendy Doran

Wendy Doran


Psychiatrist - Drug Abuse Foundation of Palm Beach

Boca Raton, FL 33498 wendyedoranmd9_3tx@indeedemail.com - (561) 350-7090
Authorized to work in the US for any employer

WORK EXPERIENCE

Psychiatrist
Drug Abuse Foundation of Palm Beach - Delray Beach, FL - 2015-12 - Present
• Responsible for diagnostic evaluation, clinical and psychopharmacological treatment of adolescent and adult patients in a nonprofit detox, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient treatment setting.
• Focus on care and treatment of adolescent, adult and pregnant inpatient and outpatient individuals including diagnosis and treatment of adolescent and adult substance abuse and substance dependence disorders, behavioral, learning, and attention deficit disorders; eating disorders; psychiatric care during pregnancy; women's issues; mood and anxiety disorders; bipolar disorder, psychotic disorders.

Psychiatrist
Private Practice, Doran & Associates/Boca Integrative Health - Boca Raton, FL - 1999-07 - Present

  • • Private practice for past seventeen years; extensive clinical experience.

  • • Work well in team setting.

  • • Responsible for diagnostic evaluation, clinical and psychopharmacological treatment of adult patients.

  • • Focus on care and treatment of adolescent and adult outpatient individuals including diagnosis and treatment

  • of adolescent and adult behavioral, learning, and attention deficit disorders; eating disorders; psychiatric

  • care during pregnancy; women's issues; treatment resistant mood and anxiety disorders; bipolar disorder,

  • substance abuse and addiction, psychotic disorders.

  • • Have direct experience with vagal nerve stimulation and clinical management of VNS.

  • • Adept at practice management.


Attending Staff Psychiatrist
Psychiatric Network of Florida, Inc - 1999-04 - 1999-12
Independent contractor for large managed care corporation;
• Responsible for outpatient diagnostic evaluation and clinical and psychopharmacologic treatment of
adolescent, adult, and geriatric psychiatric patients in an extremely busy managed care setting (4 to 6
medication checks per hour)
• Active in consultative work to area nursing homes and rehabilitative centers

Assistant Director, Mood Disorders Program
Clinical Psychiatry, University of Miami School of Medicine - 1998-07 - 1999-04 and Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, University of Miami School of Medicine, Jackson Memorial Hospital
• Responsible for assisting the Director in directing and overseeing all aspects of the Mood Disorders program; including patient care, clinical research trials, supervision and training of residents and research staff, and developing community outreach programs/ referral network • Psychopharmacological and psychotherapeutic management of patients, including clinical evaluation, diagnosis, consultations and second opinions for psychiatrists all over South Florida; primarily of treatment resistant or otherwise complicated mood disordered patients
• Clinical research- responsible for development, drafting, IRB submission and overseeing of all clinical research protocols (both multi-center and pilot studies)

EDUCATION


Residency, Psychiatry
Harvard Medical School - Brookline, MA 1994-07 - 1998-05 Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Training Program - Boston, MA 1994 - 1998

Doctor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School - Brookline, MA 1994-07 - 1998-05 Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Training Program - Boston, MA 1994 - 1998

Bachelor of Science in Psychology
University of Miami - Coral Gables, FL 1986 - 1990

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Board Certified psychiatrist and psychopharmacologist, with extensive experience in diagnostic evaluation,
management, treatment, psychopharmacology, addictions treatment, dual diagnosis, psychotherapy,
healthcare practice administration and management, and clinical research.
Skills and Languages
Strong clinical, pharmacological, organizational and interpersonal skills. Excellent oral and written
communication abilities. Moderately proficient in spoken Spanish and French.