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Dr. Gisoo Zarrabi, MD

Psychiatrist

Professional statement

Dr. Zarrabi takes a unique and progressive approach to mental health. Treatment is personalized and research based, and draws on many treatment modalities. She considers the influence of one’s genetics, their past and on factors of one’s present to help guide her patient’s to a healthy future. Being trained and current with the best evidence based medication treatment strategy she places a strong emphasis on psychotherapy as the foundation of treatment. As many psychiatric condition have an underlying biological basis, medications can be an important component of treatment and can be very effective when used appropriately. Dr. Zarrabi completed her undergraduate education at the University of California Irvine and graduated with Magna Cum Laude Honors. There she earned a BS degree in Biological Sciences with a research focus in the field of Neurobiology and Neuropharmacology. She then attended University of Southern California (USC) School of Medicine and went on to complete the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Residency Program in Psychiatry. There her training focused on mastering the art of combining psychopharmacology (medication. Along with being an expert in psychopharmacology and psychotherapy, Dr. Zarrabi is trained on many alternative forms of treatment including nutrition and supplements, lifestyle changes, meditation and mindfulness exercises and prefers to integrate these into her traditional treatment plan.

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Specialties

  • Psychiatrist

Practice names

Hospital affiliations

  • Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian

Board certifications

  • American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
  • Psychiatry (Psychiatry and Neurology)

Education and training

  • Medical School - University of Southern California, Doctor of Medicine
  • University of California, Los Angeles, Residency in Psychiatry

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Languages spoken

  • English
  • Farsi

Provider's gender

Female

NPI number

1760707152

Office locations

Harbor Psychiatry & Mental Health

3991 MacArthur Blvd, #200

Newport Beach, CA 92660

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Very nice people at the front desk. Getting my appointment switched was a not a hassle. Nice and knowledgeable Physicians assistant. Will be going back for continued treatment.
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Amanda Nelson is really very helpful and seems to really care. I will probably continue to go here for as long as I live in California.
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Very polite staff, personable and friendly
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Dr. Zarrabi and her colleagues are very competent, professional, and after my first visit I feel confident that they have all the tools required to give me the help I need.
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Nurse Yuschak was very nice, attentive and overall helpful. She answered all questions and concerns honestly and politely unlike other psychiatrist experiences I've had. M She made it comfortable to ask questions and speak freely. Would definitely recommend.
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I didn't feel like Dr. Zarrabi heard me out, and I felt like she was questioning my honesty with her. There was absolutely no connection. The Dr. Recommended a test, which I was willing to take, and I never got anapt for it, even after I called the office to see when I could schedule it. Amanda gave me a prescription, which was expected not to be covered by ins, but assured me after a process that I would get it. A week passed and I called because I hadn't heard from anyone about it, I called office again, and they said they were going to look into it. About a week and half later I called again and spoke with Amanda, she apologized, and told me she would personally take care of it. It's now been over a month, and I have not heard back from her, wow I've never had problems like this with any physician or office in my 54 years that completely dropped the ball, with no regard to what their professional ethics require. This is a psychiatry office, I feel practice like this is extremely unhealthy for anyone looking for help, guidance, therapy, and professional services.
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Very good and I am extremely confident they can help me
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The desk was busy, bombarded, but still efficiently tending to several people and were able to have me seen quicker than I would've expected. The only criticism I have is the out-dated computer tablet that they had me use to check-inas a first time patient was really awkward, slow and tedious to use. Maybe an iPad would be more efficient?
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