Since 1985 the Center for Occupational Psychiatry has provided quality consultation and comprehensive evaluation performed by experienced psychiatrists and psychologists. Conveniently located in Oakland City Center our offices near the 12th Street BART station are easily accessible by public transportation and cars alike.
During the COVID-19 pandemic clinical consultations will be performed via a HIPAA-certified version of Zoom.


What is Occupational Psychiatry?

Occupational Psychiatry is at the interface of two areas of specialization in medicine: psychiatry and occupational medicine. Traditionally, psychiatrists have sought to better understand human behavior, emotions and thought processes in an effort to help the individual patient better adapt to his or her world. The field of occupational medicine focuses on the work environment and health problems found in particular industries. Occupational Psychiatry brings together mental health and occupational perspectives.

Technologic advances result in an ever-changing work environment in the 21st century. Yet, there remains a basic desire to find meaning to life through our jobs and careers. To provide, be of service and create value are elements of individual and collective health. The goal of Occupational Psychiatry is to identify mental health problems of workers so effective services can be implemented to improve productivity and quality of life.


Appointment Guide
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Directions to Oakland
Contains directions on how to get to the Oakland Center via both public and private transportation.

Services & Fees
Describes the different services available and their fees.

Doctor Profiles
Profiles of the Center's doctors, including a biographical sketch and curriculum vitae.


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