Dr. Fleisher (he/him) graduated from Harvard Medical School. He completed residency and fellowship training at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience/Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital. After the fellowship, Dr. Fleisher spent two years at McLean Hospital before returning to UCLA.
Dr. Fleisher provides thorough clinical evaluations and consultations for children, adolescents and young adults (2-21 years old). He is honored to serve patients and families from all backgrounds, ethnicities, nationalities, expressions of gender and sexual identity, religions. He treats a wide range of illnesses, including anxiety/OCD, depression, ADD/ADHD, self-harm and personality disorders, trauma including racial trauma, insomnia, ODD/DMDD, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, and an autism spectrum disorder.
Dr. Fleisher's approach is grounded in developing a thorough understanding of the whole person at all levels: psychological, biological, social, behavioral, and systemic. He recognizes that symptoms are inseparable from systemic factors of ethnicity/race, income, family, school and neighborhood. From this understanding, he works with parents and patients to create an evidence-based, conservative, holistic treatment plan with clear and measurable goals for improvement. Outside of UCLA, Dr. Fleisher serves as the Medical Director of the Boston Child Study Center, Los Angeles and maintains a private practice in Beverly Hills.
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