Psychiatry | Female | 39 years old
Sheenie Ambardar, M.D.
315 S Beverly Dr Ste 409
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
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Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
Dr. Ambardar's boutique private practice specializes in providing compassionate, experienced, confidential, and highly-customized psychiatric and psychotherapy services for adults, ages 18 and older, in the Beverly Hills, Malibu, and surrounding Los Angeles areas. Dr. Ambardar also offers Skype and phone coaching services to clients across the country and internationally as well.
Dr. Ambardar graduated with Honors in Biological Sciences from Stanford University, received her M.D. from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, TX, completed a clinical postdoctoral research fellowship at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and received her Adult Psychiatry residency training at St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan/New York Medical College. She has worked for Kaiser Permanente Southern California as a Full-time Attending Physician, and in 2013, 2012, 2011, and 2010 was awarded the Compassionate Doctor Award based on patient ratings and reviews, and was identified as one of America's Most Compassionate Doctors.
At The Happiness Psychiatrist®, we believe that happiness is a state of mind that takes practice, effort, and vigilance and that it is within everyone's reach if we are willing to put in the time and effort for authentic self-reflection and personal growth. To this end, Dr. Ambardar's unique integrative and holistic treatment method blends Eastern and Western philosophies for the optimal benefit of her patients. She uses psychiatric medications in conjunction with an eclectic blend of psychotherapeutic modalities including psychodynamic or insight-oriented therapy, mindfulness-based therapy, interpersonal therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, journal therapy, walking therapy, meditation, and Kundalini Yoga.
Dr. Ambardar is currently accepting new patients. Our offices in Beverly Hills and Malibu offer the following:
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No malpractice history found for California.
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No sanctions history found for the years that Healthgrades collects data.
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No board actions found for the years that Healthgrades collects data.
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Completed in 2008
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