Susan Morine, MD

Susan Morine, MD

Psychiatrist Carnegie Mellon University Counseling and Psychological Services

Dr. Morine provides consultations, diagnostic evaluations, treatment planning, and medication management in the university counseling center setting. She also provides consultation and training to the larger campus community and in-service teaching to primary care physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants in the university health clinic. Prior to practicing at Carnegie Mellon University, Dr. Morine worked extensively in community mental health settings and with youth in the foster care system. Special interests include autism spectrum disorders, women’s and perinatal psychiatry, college psychiatry, and models of integrated care (psychiatric treatment integrated into primary care services).


Education and Training:

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry

Western Psychiatric Hospital of UPMC, General Adult Psychiatry

Western Psychiatric Hospital of UPMC, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Chief Resident

University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Doctor of Medicine

University of the Sciences in Philadelphia, BS, magna cum laude

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