Adair LookDr. Look provides individual therapy with or without medication management to her adult and adolescent patients. She recognizes the benefits to receiving both therapy and medication management from one clinician. When a patient already has a strong and productive bond with a therapist, Dr. Look is happy to provide medication management while working in concert with the patient and his or her therapist. In addition, Dr. Look regularly provides consultation for other psychiatrists in cases such as eating disorders and pregnancy/post-partum, highly specialized arms of psychiatry. When patients and families need education around the treatment of and support of a patient, Dr. Look will meet with the patient and family and friends.

Dr. Look sees patients and families predominantly in person. However, there are times when it is prudent for people to meet with Dr. Look virtually and in these instances, she meets with patients via Zoom.

Dr. Look's practice to reflects the full range of approaches in modern psychiatry. In the last 10 years research in Mind-Body medicine has exploded showing that Western Medicine is only a piece of a larger way of supporting health and wellness. It is becoming increasingly clear that in order to fully address mental health, physical health and overall well-being, a variety of modalities need to be used. Meditation, nutrition, exercise, biofeedback and other techniques aimed at understanding our individual psychology and physiology better are clearly being shown to decrease stress, anxiety, depression, heart disease, substance abuse, infectious disease, gastrointestinal illness and cancer survival rates, to name a few. Dr. Look is on the faculty for the Center for Mind Body Medicine, which leads training world-wide, teaching participants the above modalities for their own healing as well as teaching participants to bring the skills to their own communities. "The Center has the world's largest, most effective evidence-based program for healing population-wide psychological trauma and stress."


HarvardDr. Look returned to Harvard and Massachusetts General Hospital to complete her Adult Psychiatry Residency at the MGH/McLean combined residency, both world renowned for psychiatric care and training. She did specialized training with Dr. Anne Becker in the Harvard Eating Disorders Program and was the eating disorders specialist at Harvard University Health Services. More recently Dr. Look has completed a year-long training in Mindfulness and Psychotherapy through The Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy in Cambridge, MA. She has also on the faculty for the Center for Mind-Body Medicine in Washington, D.C.

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