Arizona Psychiatry is an outpatient psychiatry group specializing in all aspects of adult behavioral health. Founded by three graduates from the University of Arizona Department of Psychiatry, the practice is dedicated to providing competent and evidence based psychiatric treatment in Southern Arizona. Our physicians have extensive training and experience treating complex disorders such as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), substance use and addictive disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, among others. For more information on the services we offer, or our areas of expertise, please contact our office.
ABOUT OUR PHYSICIANS:
Neeraj Chauhan, DO: Dr. Chauhan is a native of Arizona and received his doctorate from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed residency in General and Adult Psychiatry at the University of Arizona where he received extensive training in emergency, adult, geriatric, and consult-liaison psychiatry. Dr. Chauhan’s professional interests lie in the fields of neurobiology and pharmacology, and he is highly skilled in the nuanced medication management of complex patients, including those with neuropsychiatric conditions as well as those with multiple medical and behavioral health comorbidities. Dr. Chauhan has worked at internationally recognized addiction and rehab facilities such as Sierra Tucson in Southwest Arizona and he is Suboxone licensed. Dr. Chauhan is currently accepting new patients.
Tyler Dowling, MD: Dr. Dowling received a bachelor’s degree from Franklin and Marshall College and completed premedical training at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He subsequently received his medical training at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine and completed residency in General and Adult Psychiatry at the University of Arizona. He is currently a Forensic Psychiatry fellow at the University of Arizona, and specializes in forensic neuropsychiatry and general & adult behavioral health. His research interests are in the fields of computational and behavioral neuroscience, and he actively collaborates with researchers at the University of Arizona on such projects.
George Hadeed, MD: Dr. Hadeed completed medical school at the University of Arizona and completed his residency training in General and Adult Psychiatry at the University of Arizona College of Medicine where he served as Chief Resident during his senior year. He was the recipient of the Department of Psychiatry Junior Resident Award as well as the recipient of the Arizona Psychiatric Society Resident Recognition Award for his clinical and administrative accomplishments during residency. Dr. Hadeed is Suboxone licensed and is currently accepting new patients.