Mehdi Qalbani, MD
Dr. Qalbani graduated from Tulane University School of Medicine and completed his residency at the University of Illinois at Chicago where he served as Chief resident. He returned to New Orleans for a fellowship in Forensic Psychiatry and to begin this practice. Dr. Qalbani provides care for adults with psychiatric illness in a holistic and compassionate matter. His philosophy is based on a bio-psycho-social approach where he will work with each individual patient to address the potential pharmacological, therapeutic, and lifestyle interventions to best address your particular challenge
Andrew Morson, MD
Dr. Morson received his undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College. He received his medical degree from the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center. He completed his General Adult Psychiatry residency and Forensic Psychiatry fellowship from Tulane University. He is board certified in both General Adult and Forensic Psychiatry. He is an adjunct clinical professor for Tulane’s Department of Psychiatry and is one of the founding members of Integrated Behavioral Health. In addition to medication management he has successfully treated patients with severe depression utilizing TMS. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mallory Schafer, MSHCM, TMS Coordinator
Mallory is a native of New Orleans who is serving as the TMS Coordinator at Integrated Behavior Health. She completed her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Louisiana State University. After completing her undergraduate degree, she attended The University of New Orleans where she recently received her Master of Science in Healthcare Management. During her time at UNO, she completed a graduate student internship at the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. She also worked part time at Children’s Hospital in the Outpatient Rehab Department. After working in both clinical and administrative roles, she believed this position would be a great fit for her. She enjoys helping people and believes that her patients come first always.