Dr. Roshan Koozekanani is a Board-Certified Psychiatrist and a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Dr. Koozekanani received her Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry at Ohio State University and her Medical Degree at Ohio State University College of Medicine. From Ohio, she moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, where she completed a five-year combined Psychiatry and Internal Medicine Degree at St. Francis Medical Center.
She has worked in an array of Psychiatric settings, including Mayview State Hospital and Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinics. Her experience includes time with the Crisis Center, with the Community Treatment Team, and with Dual Diagnosis Clients. She has taken care of a variety of conditions, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and dual diagnosis clients. Dr. Koozekanani’s beliefs are, consistent with the values of a Happier life, that every client can benefit from therapy, and some clients can benefit from the addition of medications as well. She loves listening to what her clients have to say and believes in a collaborative approach to client care. The client has to agree and believe in the treatment plan for it to be effective. Dr. Koozekanani likes to incorporate aspects of an eclectic range of therapies, such as Interpersonal Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
Dr. Koozekanani believes in leading a balanced life, which includes good nutrition, exercise, and adequate sleep. She encourages this as an important aspect of self-care for her clients, as well. She enjoys being in nature, mostly hiking, but when the opportunity to go to a beach, a lake, or to ski is available, she is all too happy to go. She also enjoys cooking healthy meals as well as desserts and is involved in volunteering in community events.
The Ohio State University
Dr. Koozekanani received her Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry at Ohio State University
The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Dr. Koozekanani earned her Medical Degree at Ohio State University College of Medicine
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