Meet Our Amazing Residents

Diverse, connected, passionate, brilliant, and resilient, these are the members of our resident family.




PGY-1: Class of 2024

Victoria Agee, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Combined CAP Track

Dr. Victoria Agee moved to Loma Linda for medical school after completing her Bachelor’s of Science in Biology and Music at The College of Idaho, with minors in Anthropology and Pre-Medical Science. While there, she received a full-ride scholarship for harp and piano performance, participating in solo, ensemble, and orchestral concerts. After deciding to take a year off before medical school, she discovered her passion for mentoring adolescents while teaching at a local middle school for AVID, a non-profit organization that provides profession learning to aid in improving college readiness for students. She has released several podcasts in collaboration with Dr. David Puder on the topic of marijuana in relation to various mental health diagnoses. Dr. Agee anticipates specializing in Child/Adolescent Psychiatry. She has a particular interest in the treatment of childhood trauma. In her free time, she enjoys taking her bunnies, Cookie and Mochi, for walks, going on adventures with friends, or staying home with a good TV show and plenty of munchies.

Tori Burghart, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine

Dr. Victoria “Tori” Burghart is a transplant from the Pacific Northwest, born and raised near Seattle, WA. After completing a B.S. in Biology at Walla Walla University, she moved to California to attend medical school and was thrilled to stay on as a resident. During medical school she discovered a love for creating digital art and finding ways to use art for education. She illustrated a portion of the new neurology curriculum for Loma Linda’s 1st and 2nd year neuroscience courses and was awarded the 2020 American Academy of Neurology’s Medical Student Prize for Excellence in Neurology. Much of her art can be found on Instagram @minipsychMD or on the website she created for residency interviews – caveofthemind.com. Her clinical interests include social media’s impact on mental health, psychotherapy, and the mind-body connection. Outside of work she enjoys hosting board game nights, puzzles, video games, knitting, and finding new hobbies.

Mikyla Cho, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine

Dr. Mikyla Cho was born and raised in Oregon. She split her time between Lincoln City, where her parents lived and Portland, where her grandparents and other relatives resided. After attending Pacific Union College near Napa Valley and graduating with a B.A. in English, she attended Loma Linda University School of Medicine. As a medical student, Dr. Cho was the class co-representative of the Psychiatry Student Interest Group and was later its president. As the president, she led meetings and oversaw various projects and workshops that helped facilitate a love and appreciation for psychiatry. Although she is open to various paths after residency, she is particularly interested in working with the geriatric population as she believes this is a unique population that is greatly underserved. In her spare time, Dr. Cho likes to relax with a good book and eat a tasty meal with friends and family.

Michelle Garber-Talamo, DO
Tuoro University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Michelle studied literature in graduate school before deciding to go into medicine. She had the unique experience of earning a Master of the Arts in Italian literature and of working as a foreign language teaching assistant at the University of Virginia. During her premedical post-baccalaureate she continued to be engaged in teaching as a biology tutor and MCAT instructor at the University of Pittsburgh. She was happy return home to northern California for medical school. During medical school she actively promoted mental health awareness and psychiatry, became involved in medical education, and earned an MPH. As a resident, she is looking forward to working with medical students and immersing herself in the study and art of psychiatry. When not at work, she enjoys spending time with her son and husband, and exploring the beaches and mountains of Southern California.

Nelson Horsley, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Combined CAP Track

Nelson Horsley was born in Massachusetts and raised in Nashua, New Hampshire with roots in Canada and the Midwest. He attended college at Burman University where he studied biology and psychology before attending Loma Linda University. At Loma Linda, he got involved with numerous projects including designing learning guides, mentoring youth, and community service projects. Recently, he helped found LLU AID, a student-led effort to provide assistance to healthcare workers during the covid pandemic. He has a wide range of interests inside and outside psychiatry including social determinants of mental health, public policy, education, the drug discovery process, and psychometric testing. He enjoys hiking, reading, playing an assortment of musical instruments, and every kind of game.

Dawn Hur, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine

Having moved frequently throughout her life, Dr. Hur has come to appreciate how multi-faceted the world is and how individuals respond. After spending childhood years in Korea, she attended high school in Southern California and college in Queens, New York. She now calls Loma Linda her home. She is passionate about medical education and community service, and took active roles in a tutoring program and Street Medicine while attending LLU School of Medicine. Dr. Hur became interested in psychiatry during her rotation at the adolescent partial hospitalization program, where patients spend their daytime in a highly structured environment with psychiatrists and therapists while returning to their homes in the evening. She is interested in improving the mental health care system to increase compliance and lower relapse rates. During her free time, she enjoys cooking and traveling using reward programs.

Teresa Shu, MD
Chicago Medical School at Rosalind Franklin University

Teresa Shu grew up in Southern California but attended Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in North Chicago, Illinois. Teresa has an interest in forensics psychiatry and working with the veteran community. Some of Teresa’s favorite hobbies include snowboarding, gaming, and hanging out with her two dogs.

Sunpreet Singh, DO
Western University College of Osteopathic Medicine

My name is Sunpreet Singh, but everyone calls me Sunny, partly because it is easier to pronounce and partly because it sums up my disposition. I grew up on the East coast and attended Rutgers University for my undergraduate and graduate education. I moved to sunny California in order to attend medical school at Western University of Health Sciences. I went into medical school with an open mind about which specialty to choose, trying my best to understand the culture of each specialty. When I had my third-year clerkship in psychiatry, I knew it was the perfect fit for me. My ability to connect with patients and create a positive change in their mental health, were the driving forces behind my desire to be a psychiatrist. As a medical student I continued with research, linking the fields of psychiatry and oncology in order to bolster my interest in the field. I was fortunate enough to have had the opportunity as a fourth-year medical student to rotate at Loma Linda, which created the foundation for my desire to be a part of this team. Even as a medical student, I felt as if I was part of the Loma Linda family. The combination of having a strong academic base, with a multidisciplinary approach to care and a loving work environment made Loma Linda a clear choice in a program that I would like to match into. Having had a background in Anthropology, I have always been keenly interested in understanding the relationship between mental health and culture. This perspective is further bolstered at our program, where we strive to understand and incorporate the cultural and spiritual background of our patients into our care. Aside from being passionate about psychiatry, I have a passion for the fine arts. Whenever I visit a new city, going to the local art museum is like a pilgrimage for me. Likewise, I dabble in painting and have been a part of an Artist Collective during college. I also have a fondness for Indian cinema, from classics to modern works.

Raveena Toor, DO
Tuoro University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Dr. Toor is from Northern California. Her interest in psychiatry began in college during Bhagat Puran Singh Health Initiative health clinics, where conversations about hypertension and diabetes tended to meld with belongingness in a family or the country. During medical school, she cultivated her interest in psychiatry by becoming an avid member and contributor of Solano County NAMI, an organization that aids families with mental illness. To explore the intersection of mental health and barriers to healthcare, she helped lead the Structural Competency curriculum in her medical school, which teaches students how invisible political, economical structures in our society affect patient presentation, and treatment. Dr. Toor is interested in community psychiatry, community mental health education, and policy to increase access to mental health. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, yoga, and long walks at sunset.

Kendall Wong, MD
UCSD School of Medicine

Dr. Wong joins us from Arcadia, California. After graduating as valedictorian of the Cell & Developmental Biology emphasis at UC Berkeley, Dr. Wong was recruited to the UC San Diego School of Medicine on a merit scholarship, where he developed an interest in psychiatry while leading a mental health free clinic in downtown San Diego. He has conducted research in numerous areas including the chemical synthesis of small-molecule calcium sensors to detect neuronal activity, the startle response in early psychosis, and the effects of obstructive sleep apnea on decision-making. Dr. Wong is also an award-winning educator, formerly working as an organic chemistry lecturer at the UC Berkeley Student Learning Center and currently for The Princeton Review since starting medical school. In this latter role, he serves as an MCAT lecturer, textbook writer/editor, and consultant for the development of ACT, SAT, and AP exam curricula in the sciences. During his free time, he enjoys video games, watching anime, and trying new food places with friends.

Neveen Youssef, MD
University of Alabama School of Medicine

After finishing her bachelor’s in psychobiology at UCLA, Dr. Neveen Youssef, a Southern California native, moved to the Deep South where she completed her medical training at UAB. She is thrilled to be back home where she has found a family among colleagues at LLU. As an undergraduate, she had a strong interest in psychology research, using animal models to assess the effects of diet on cognition, as well as the effects of stress on attention in individuals with Schizophrenia. After learning about the inextricable epigenetic relationship between nature and nurture, she changed paths from clinical psychology to psychiatry, and decided to pursue medicine to most effectively and holistically advocate for vulnerable populations. Her interest in psychiatry was further solidified through her experiences caring for at-risk and homeless populations with the Mobile Clinic Project at UCLA and Equal Access Birmingham Student-Run Clinic. In medical school she also led the Psychiatry Student Interest Group and developed a fully immersive course for students who wish to learn more about psychiatry and providing mental health care. Her clinical interests include psychotherapy, child and adolescent psychiatry, and interventional psychiatry. Outside of residency, her favorite pastimes include traveling, craftsmanship, and spending quality time with loved ones. She is also very interested in participating and experiencing culturally rich activities.




PGY-2: Class of 2023

Grechen Ascher, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine

Dr. Ascher realized her passion for psychiatry while attending medical school at Loma Linda University. During her training, she actively participated in research in the fields of Preventive Medicine and Psychiatry. Her areas of study within these fields focused on psychometrics of adverse childhood events, the study of micro-expressions, and the study of empathy and connection. Dr. Ascher is also passionate about community outreach, working with programs such as Project Hope which strives to mentor and provide resources to expectant teenage mothers. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, interior decorating, and spending time with her husband and their two dogs.

Chetan Bhat, MD
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

Dr. Bhat is a Loma Linda native returning after completing medical school at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. During his time there, he was actively involved with medical school curriculum, mentoring and teaching inner city high school students, and research projects on gambling addiction and mental health care delivery. His interests in psychiatry include medical education, forensics, and the effects of childhood trauma. Outside of work, he enjoys Brazilian jiu-jitsu, stand up comedy, and watching his fantasy sports teams dominate

Adam Borecky, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine

Dr Borecky was born and raised in sunny San Diego, CA and in the department we suspect his easy-going extroversion is attributable to that. He is happiest when sharing a good meal with a group of close friends. Dr Borecky a big fan of exploring ideas and asking “what if?” questions about everything. He authored an article that was published about involuntary commitment among the psychiatric population in California. He feels his biggest weakness is keeping track of details. Dr Borecky chose to go into psychiatry because he loves trying to understand what drives people and what makes their lives meaningful.

Sharon Chen, DO
Western University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Dr. Chen is a Southern California native who is excited to continue her medical career at Loma Linda University. Prior to residency, she was active in community outreach through teaching at local elementary schools, participating in National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) events, and serving as an ambassador for her medical school. She was also involved in teaching first and second-year medical students during their clinical skills course. Outside of medicine, she finds joy in discovering new places to eat, baking desserts and helping rescue dogs find forever homes.

Mohammad El-Menshawi, MD
Florida International University College of Medicine

Dr. El-Menshawi joins us from Orlando, FL where, during his medical school years at FI HCOM, he was a strong advocate for student and physician wellness. He volunteered as both a mentor and a student ambassador for medical students. He was the driving force behind several wellness initiatives including the FIU Master Chef Cook-Off in which he was a finalist. He also founded a Mediterranean cuisine health food brand. His areas of research have included analysis of Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance Survey data which examined associations between cannabis use patterns and age of sexual debut. He has an interest in child and adolescent psychiatry. In his spare time, he enjoys cooking, soccer, and spending time with his dog, Marley.

Alyssa Estrada, MD
UCSF School of Medicine

Dr. Alyssa Estrada (nee Tao) graduated from University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine, where she actively explored a variety of clinical experiences, from FQHCs to a year-long Longitudinal Integrated Clerkship at Kaiser Oakland. She is interested in improving systems of care, helping patients navigate the complexities of the healthcare system, increasing access to psychiatric care in the primary care setting. She also has great interest in medical education and was a part of the Pathways in Health Education at UCSF, where she completed a project researching outcomes in longitudinal clerkship graduates and led medical student didactic small groups. In addition, she has been a college and youth mentor since college, and she continues to do so in residency at Loma Linda University. In her free time, she enjoys exploring the beautiful outdoors, cooking, and playing sports recreationally with family and friends.

Lisa Fayard, MD
Universidad Adventista del Plata, Argentina
Combined CAP Track

Dr. Fayard, a Loma Linda local, brings cultural diversity to our program after living in Argentina for 7 years and studying medicine there. She found a passion for serving the under-served and marginalized communities, dedicating time weekly to programs serving special needs children in the community during both undergrad and medical school. Upon returning to California, Dr. Fayard pioneered a volunteer program for special needs children in San Bernardino through the Campus Hill Church, integrating both faith-based communities and health care professionals in teaching preventative medicine and providing social support. Dr. Fayard’s hobbies include spending time with friends and family, singing, and playing fetch with the family dog.

Nathan Hoyt, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine

Dr. Hoyt is passionate about medical education and psychiatric genetics. While in medical school at Loma Linda University, he participated in research through the American College of Medical Genetics and presented a poster about a novel duplication affecting a gene associated with autism. He also contributed to his medical school genetics curriculum by authoring seven faculty-edited lecture handouts. To further psychiatric community awareness, he taught local high school students through the Adolescent Depression Awareness Program (ADAP) in partnership with Johns Hopkins Psychiatry. He was a student editor of the 2018 Ninja’s Guide to PRITE question book and a contributor to the genetics portion of the accompanying study guide. Our website is resident-created, and he handles the code (which means he is typing this sentence about himself right now in the third person . . . which is weird). In addition to psychiatric genetics, he is also interested in forensic psychiatry and interventional psychiatry. He is passionate about our patients with Borderline Personality Disorder. In his spare time, he enjoys gardening, goldfish, painting, home improvement projects, comic books, and spending time with his wife and three dogs.

Elizabeth Ma, MD, PhD
University of Alabama School of Medicine

Originally from NorCal, Dr. Ma completed her MD/PhD at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, with a PhD in Nutrition Sciences. During her time there, she served in multiple leadership positions, including the OSR, the LCME accreditation board, Learning Communities Executive Board, founding the Integrative and Alternative Medicine Interest group, and leading multiple acts and projects for the Best Medicine Show. She is excited to return to CA for her residency here at Loma Linda, and is planning to specialize in Child Adolescent Psychiatry. Her particular interests are in depression/suicidality, as well as trauma and trauma-related sequelae, including eating disorders, conversion disorder, and substance use disorders. She is also interested in herbal medicine and global health, and has previously worked to serve communities in Palau, Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, and Northern Ireland.

Sith Riantawan, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine

Dr. Riantawan is a Southern California native. He attended Biola University for his undergraduate studies, majoring in Biological studies and minoring in Biblical studies. He then received his medical degree from Loma Linda University. His interest in adolescent psychiatry led him to start the first California chapter of the Adolescent Depression Awareness Program designed by Johns Hopkins Psychiatry to increase mental health awareness and lower stigma in local high schools.

Maxwell Schauermann, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine

A Southern California native, Dr. Schauermann was thrilled to continue his education at Loma Linda University after graduating from LLU School of Medicine. During medical school, Dr. Schauermann was the director of Street Medicine, a student-led volunteer program that serves the homeless and survivors of domestic violence by providing free healthcare services and referrals to LLU’s Federally Qualified Health Care SACHS clinic. He was also actively involved in the Psychiatry Student Interest Group and helped to initiate a campus wide Mental Health Awareness Week to promote wellness and access to local resources. His clinical interests include lifestyle medicine, interventional psychiatry, and treating addictions in adolescents. Dr. Schauermann was an instrumental part in developing educational curricula for residents and CAP fellows regarding medication-assisted treatments for adolescents abusing various substances. In his spare time, he enjoys making the most of Southern California by surfing, rock climbing, and skiing in the Sierra Nevada mountains.

Elizabeth Strada, MD
Creighton University School of Medicine
Combined CAP Track

Dr. Strada is returning to Southern California after completing her undergraduate degree in biology at Georgetown University in Washington, DC and her medical training at Creighton University in both Omaha, NE and Phoenix, AZ. She pursued her passion in serving the community throughout her educational career by singing for underserved populations in a community service acapella group during her college years. She continued her service throughout medical school by setting up an outpatient surgical center in Mexico and working with an Alzheimer’s facility in Phoenix. In her free time she enjoys shopping, singing and spending time with her husband and sheepadoodle, Mookie.




PGY-3: Class of 2022

Christian Bernardo, MD
Baylor College of Medicine

Joining us from Baylor College of Medicine, Dr. Bernardo has been a leader in bridging the gap between medical providers and community members through his many outreach initiatives. Several of the most notable of these initiatives include volunteering to provide disease prevention counseling for refugee populations, development of bilingual substance abuse education for underserved communities in Houston, and coordinating student-run community events to raise mental health awareness. His favorite pastimes include going to movies, playing the piano, and brunching.

Caleb Ho-A-Shoo, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Chief Resident, VA

Dr. Ho-A-Shoo completed medical school and a transitional year at here at Loma Linda University prior to joining our program. He has been an essential force behind ongoing addictions research working to develop an objective tool with which to assess the biopsychosocial strengths and weaknesses in patient’s lives to improve patient resilience. He has a strong interest in working with adolescents and young adults with addictions. Dr. Ho-A- Shoo volunteered to serve as a student physician in underprivileged communities in Puerto Princessa, Philippines and he is an active leader in his church community. In his spare time, he enjoys rock climbing and surfing.

Meljorie-Elenore ("Joy") Launio, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine

Prior to entering medical school, Dr. Launio studied at Alberta College of Art and Design and worked for Cirque du Soleil in her hometown of Calgary Canada. She brings a rich experience of overseas service to our program, ranging from distributing hygiene products to HIV/HIDS camps in the Bahamas to providing ambulatory care to patients in Honduras as a student physician. This passion for service extended to her medical school years during which she was a mentor for teen mothers in afterschool programs and raised awareness about stroke symptoms at presentations at local community centers. In her free time, she channels inspirations from her travels into art and photography projects.

Wendy Liu, MD
Tulane University School of Medicine

Dr. Liu comes to us from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA. She kept her love of art and music alive throughout medical school as a key member of Students Against Right Brain Atrophy, a medical student group dedicated to raising awareness of the role of art in medicine. She played vital role in the publication of the group’s annual magazine spotlighting student artwork. She was also president of the Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association in New Orleans and organized many events focused on preventative health measures in the local Asian population. She enjoys acrylic painting and playing the piano both of which have won her awards.

Ariana Martinez, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine

Dr. Martinez was an active and crucial participant in Psychiatry research with Loma Linda University prior to choosing to stay here for residency and our department is thrilled to continue to work with her. She has been part of an ongoing a review of dopaminergic agents’ effects in research being conducted in association with Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Department of Psychiatry. She has been working on ongoing studies into the role of micro expressions, empathy, and connection in patient outcomes with Dr. David Puder here at Loma Linda. In addition, she assisted in the online publication of the 2017 Ninja PRITE Review. She is interested in working with adolescent populations within the field of psychiatry. In her free time, she enjoys gardening and camping. She has also competed in martial arts and currently holds a black belt.

John Mauch, DO
Western University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Dr. Mauch is a Northern California native with wide-ranging experiences in academia having graduated from Biola University with a Master’s degree in Theology prior to entering medical school. He distinguishes himself with his commitment to education and teaching as demonstrated by the five years he spent teaching General Biology, Physiology, and Botany at Biola University. He later worked as a teaching assistant in Manipulative Medicine during medical school. In his spare time, he hikes and stays active with his wife.

Vivian Nguyen, MD
UCI School of Medicine

A life long Southern California native, Dr. Nguyen has demonstrated an aptitude for advocacy through her work with the UCI Medical Center Ethics Committee, the Medical Initiative Against Homelessness, and the Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association. She was the co-founder of the UCI chapter of the AMA Medical Student Section and served as a liaison for the school of medicine to the Orange County Medical Association. She uses various forms of yoga and swing dancing with her husband to keep herself balanced outside of medicine.

Willa Song, MD
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine

Dr. Song has a gift for reaching and effectively communicating with others that includes but not limited to obtaining fluency in other languages. Prior to her medical career, she volunteered in Madrid, Spain; Yachay Wasi, Ecuador; and Beijing, China both mentoring and teaching English to students. She later applied these skills to overhauling educational material for Life IVF Center in Irvine CA and mentoring fellow medical students at University of Wisconsin Medical School. Most recently she developed and taught dialectical behavioral therapy to adolescents at a Juvenile Detention Center. She is the first member of our child and adolescent track at Loma Linda University Psychiatry. Her hobbies include taking walking and playing fetch with her cat.




PGY-4: Class of 2021

Tonie Beltran, MD
UCI School of Medicine

Dr. Beltran has worked passionately throughout her academic career to advocate for Latino communities through research, community outreach, and coordination of the Latino Medical Student Association at UC Irvine. She was a student physician volunteer for the Border Angels advocacy group which serves the immigrant population of San Diego with services including water drop offs along known crossing paths, clothing and food drives, and health screenings. She received a $15,000 grant to implement community mental health research in Santa Ana Ca. Selected topics of presentations she has given include Addiction Patterns in Immigrant Communities, community-based interventions addressing childhood obesity in Latino communities, and preventative health programs on campuses.

Rosa Chung, DO
Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine
Chief Resident, BMC

Dr. Chung returned to her native Southern California after completing medical school at Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is published in Acta Radiologica for her research examining fluoroscopic stent placement in patients with GI cancer. Dr. Chung has a longstanding interest in serving child and adolescent populations for which she was awarded the Translating Osteopathic Understanding into Community Health (TOUCH) Silver Award which recognizes excellent medical student volunteer work. She is an ongoing sponsor volunteer for Compassion International which advocates for children living in poverty. As hobbies, she produces commissioned digital logos, enjoys playing golf, and visits art museums.

Mamdouh Hanna, MD
University of Missouri School of Medicine

Dr. Hanna’s dedication to caring for underserved communities guided him toward a career in medicine as demonstrated by his many volunteer positions during medical school. He worked as a health education for the “Know Your Numbers” Mobile Health Clinic which reaches rural areas in Missouri. He also founded the Psychiatry at MedZou Community Health student run free clinic which delivered mental health education and preventative health services. In recognition of his many leadership positions, he was the recipient of the Diversity in Medicine Certificate of Leadership. Dr. Hanna has given presentations on Spirituality in Clinic practice at UCSD and on his research into issues transitioning from skilled nursing facilities to home at conference in Orlando, FL. He enjoys travel and cooking in his spare time.

Monique Harrison, MD
Loma Linda University School of Medicine
Chief Resident, BHI

Dr. Harrison’s diverse talents and interests have lent her a rich and unique set of volunteer experiences. A few of these from her time as a medical student at Loma Linda University include coordinating toy drives for children of incarcerated parents, mentoring teenaged parents, coaching soccer in a camp designed to increase health awareness in both children and parents, and coordinating workshop events for high school students applying to medical school. In addition, she has worked as a tutor for the duration of her studies, most recently teaching medical students Cell Structure and Function. In her spare time, she plays an equally diverse range of instruments including saxophone, piano, and harmonica.

Thomas Parisi, DO
Western University College of Osteopathic Medicine

After working as a marriage and family therapist in Los Angeles, CA, Dr. Parisi completed his medical degree at Western University of Health Sciences. He received the TOUCH Volunteer Services Award in 2015 for his many volunteer leadership positions while in medical school. He also created national level mentoring programs to promote diversity in medicine. In 2016, he co-authored a paper on The Recovery Index as a measuring tool for Major Depressive Disorder Remission which was published in the Journal of Affective Disorders. He partnered with Cedars-Sinai on to examine the quality of life in Hispanic patients with depression and his findings were published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. Dr. Parisi spends his free time cooking, traveling and, SCUBA diving.