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Olympic Behavioral Health Team

The Editorial Team at Olympic Behavioral Health is a distinguished group of professionals dedicated to advancing the understanding and treatment of addiction and mental health issues. Leading the team are two eminent specialists, each bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to the forefront.

Andrew Guahar, a key member of the team, holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology. His expertise is rooted in a deep understanding of the psychological aspects of addiction. Andrew’s approach combines clinical acumen with compassionate care, making him an invaluable asset in developing content that resonates with both professionals and those seeking help.

Dr. Maryam Davari, the Medical Director at Olympic Behavioral Health, enriches the team with her extensive medical expertise. Board-certified in General Psychiatry and Addiction Psychiatry, Dr. Davari’s educational journey began at Ross University School of Medicine, followed by a General Psychiatry residency at Central Michigan University. Her commitment to specialized care in addiction led her to complete an Addiction Psychiatry fellowship at Jackson Healthcare/University of Miami. Dr. Davari is not only MAT waivered but also certified in both repetitive and deep transcranial magnetic stimulation, reflecting her dedication to employing advanced treatment methods.

Together, Andrew Guahar and Dr. Maryam Davari amongst other credentialed team memebers ensure that the content curated by the Olympic Behavioral Health Editorial Team is grounded in scientific accuracy, clinical expertise, and a compassionate understanding of addiction and mental health. Their collaborative effort is pivotal in providing reliable and insightful resources that aid in the journey towards recovery and mental well-being.

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Olympic Behavioral Health is committed to providing quality content that is fact-checked and backed by data so that it can be as useful as possible during your search for sobriety, no matter if you are seeking treatment for yourself or for a loved one. Read about our editorial policies here. 

Disclaimer: The content written on Olympic Behavioral Health website is not a substitute for medical advice. If you are in a medical emergency, please dial 911 immediately and always consult with a healthcare professional instead of following guidance written on the internet.

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