Dr. Ayesha Dua, MD
ATTENTION: All appointments are TENTATIVE. Once you complete schedule via ZocDoc, you will get an email confirmation from ZocDoc noting that your appointment has been confirmed, HOWEVER, IT IS STILL TENTATIVE ON THE GENEN GROUP'S CALENDAR. Actual availability may differ as to what is presented on ZocDoc as our existing patients may confirm an appointment before your registration has been completed. Please contact our office ASAP when you book your appointment as we need more information before we are able to truly confirm this appointment in our scheduling system. An intake coordinator will contact you in regards to confirming your appointment via phone and email, to attempt to collect our required registration items. You can also visit https://www.happierliving.com/ to complete the required registration process or contact (888) 68 HAPPY to see what else you need to do to confirm which will increase the chances you are able to secure & confirms an appointment with our group. Thank you, we look forward to working with you! Focused and caring, Dr. Ayesha Dua believes in providing effective and compassionate patient care. She is a concerned psychiatrist and encourages her patients to discuss their concerns candidly. Dr. Dua brings extensive knowledge and experience to Happier Living® by The Genen Group based in Los Angeles, CA. Patients see her for a variety of reasons such as anxiety, depression, stress, and anger management. Dr. Dua earned her medical degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin. She pursued her residency in general adult psychiatry at Rush University Medical Center. She further completed her fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at Stanford University.
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Education and training
- Medical School - Medical College of Wisconsin, Doctor of Medicine
- Rush University Medical Center, Residency in General Adult Psychiatry
- Stanford University, Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
- University of Wisconsin (Bachelor's)
- American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
- Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
- American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin
Awards and publications
- SCPS Monthly Newsletter (Southern California Psychiatric Society) Approved by Matthew Goldenberg, DO (newsletter editor) and Mindi Thelen (executive director) Author, Independent, no supervisor Dua, Ayesha, MD. “New Beginnings as Old Beings.” (2017) Description -- a soon to be published long poem relaying the theme of depression as a “curse” that keeps us from freedom, as well as pondering how to make depression less painful for the generations (children) to come.
- SCPS Monthly Newsletter (Southern California Psychiatric Society) Approved by Matthew Goldenberg, DO (newsletter editor) and Mindi Thelen (executive director) Author, Independent, no supervisor Dua, Ayesha, MD. “The Mirage.” (2017) Description – a soon to be published short follow-up poem relaying the theme of whether one can truly gain freedom from the “curse” of depression.
- Residents' Journal: American Journal of Psychiatry, Illinois, United States Author, Independent, no supervisor Dua, Ayesha, MD. "'The Importance of a Name.'" The Residents' Journal: American Journal of Psychiatry 8.11 (2013) Description -- a published commentary on how addressing patients by their name of choice establishes a quality, personalized relationship that drives excellence in care.
- Dua, Ayesha, Langford, Jody MD. "Case Report: Wet Marijuana and Lingering Psychosis" to the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Wet Marijuana and Lingering Psychosis. Manuscript in preparation.
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