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Co-Founder and Executive Medical Director

Mark W. Wilson, MD graduated from Duke University with a major in psychology and a certificate in neuroscience, and then completed medical school at University of California, San Francisco. He trained at Columbia University/New York State Psychiatric Institute in the child track, which combined adult and pediatric psychiatry training over 5 years, the last year of which he was co-Chief Fellow of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship program. After completing training, Dr. WIlson co-created a clinic for consultation-liaison pediatric psychiatry at Columbia, started his private practice, and worked in the Student Health Psychiatric Service at Columbia University (2000-2004).  


In 2004, Dr. WIlson completed the Master Psychopharmacology Program at the Neuroscience Education Institute.  Later, he joined the American Society of Clinical Psychopharmacology and, after more than 10 years of membership, became a Fellow.  He has special interest and experience in treating depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, ADHD, trauma, and psychotic disorders.


In addition to clinical work, he has been involved in the New York Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, American Psychiatric Association (APA)/Bristol-Myers Squibb Fellowship in Community Psychiatry, APA Family Violence and Sexual Abuse Committee, New York County District Brand APA Chair of Schools Project, Task Force on Computers and Technology and Sub-Committee on Computers, and the New York State Psychiatric Association Public Affairs Committee.  He was also a board member of CARING at Columbia (2001-2004) and a recipient of the Arnold P. Gold Outstanding Teaching Resident Award, Honorable Mention. 

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