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Menninger Clinic

Media Inquiries

Media Resources

Nancy Trowbridge | Communications Director
713-806-5061 | Cell

Anne Lupton | Digital Strategy Manager


  • Deeba Ashraf, MD – mental health issues facing young adults, antidepressants, medications for anxiety, psychosis and how to address suicidal thinking 
  • Alton Bozeman, PsyD – parenting, autism and psychological insights
  • Patricia Daza, PhD* – the impact of trauma on mental health, depression and suicide prevention, domestic violence and issues related to young adults
  • Shawn Hirsch, PhD – anxiety disorders, autism, ADHD and psychological insights
  • Kerry Horrell, PhD – mental health issues among youth, how gender and spirituality relate to mental health
  • Megan Kale Morcomb, MSW, LCSW-S – adolescent mental health and family matters
  • Angela Koreth, MS, LPC -S – adolescent mental health, parenting, marriage and shyness
  • Mallory Mincberg, MEd, LPC – adolescents with depression and anxiety, relationships and impact of sexual assault and abuse
  • Michelle Patriquin, PhD, ABPP – innovative uses for technology in mental health treatment, link between suicidality and sleep and autism
  • Neil Puri, MD – difficult-to-treat psychiatric disorders, electroconvulsive therapy, ketamine therapy
  • Mychal Riley, LCSW, LCDC – mental health and substance use recovery, family relationships, managing strong emotions and importance of personal values in treatment
  • Mary Rose, PsyD, DBSM, CBSM – problems with sleeping, nightmares and caring for an aging parent
  • Kira Ruben, LCSW – depressive disorders, challenging personalities in relationships and substance use
  • Daryl Shorter, MD – addictions, treatment for opioid use disorder and substance use, as well as trends in drug use and innovative ways communities can manage drug problems
  • Kelly Truong, MD – diagnosing and treating substance use disorder and other addictions; cultural issues surrounding mental health in the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community
  • Cory Walker, DO* – mood disorders, mind-body health and serious mental illness
* designates live TV experience