The Brain-Mind Institute of New England is led by Keith Ablow, M.D. and Guy Navarra, M.D. As two of the most sought-after psychiatric and internal medicine professionals in the country, they provide patients with breakthrough solutions for a challenging range of mental health issues.
Keith Ablow, M.D.
Keith Ablow, MD is a psychiatrist who is board certified in adult and adolescent psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Dr. Ablow was educated at Brown University, where he obtained his degree in neurosciences, with highest honors, and at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where he obtained his M.D. Dr. Ablow then completed psychiatry training at Tufts/New England Medical Center.
He has been practicing psychiatry for 22 years, has authored 16 books, has appeared on hundreds of national television broadcasts on psychiatry and was, for years, a Washington Post, New York Times, Baltimore Sun and New York Post columnist on new topics in psychiatry.
Guy Navarra, M.D.
Board-certified in internal and geriatric medicine, Dr. Navarra trained at the Yale New Haven Hospital and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston. He is the current medical director of Seacoast Medical Associates, a primary care institution for geriatric medicine in Newburyport.
Over the years, Dr. Navarra has obtained a special understanding of the individual as a whole, and that the concept of health includes both physical and mental well-being. Dr. Navarra’s active practice includes board memberships in various hospitals. He also served as the chief of medicine at Anna Jaques Hospital for 4 years.
From Our Doctors
“Ketamine is a new horizon in the treatment of depression, obsessions, compulsions, traumatic stress and chronic pain, among other symptoms. And unlike other treatments, relief can come within days, and, sometimes, within hours.”
–Keith Ablow, MD
“No one argues against the value of psychotherapy or some oral medicines to treat depression or anxiety, but when relief is needed now, ketamine infusions can be the answer.”