Dr. Eyden Sayah
Psychiatrist | Psychiatry4768 Park Granada Suite 101 Calabasas CA, 91302
SayMed Psychiatry is a premier Psychiatric and Wellness Center founded by Dr. Eyden Sayah, located in Calabasas, California, providing Telemedicine anywhere in California. After completing his undergraduate studies, Dr. Sayah went to the prestigious Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health to complete a Masters in Health Science (MHS). He then went to Medical School at Western University of Health Sciences and later completed his Residency training in Psychiatry at the California Health Care District Kaweah Delta Psychiatric Residency Program. He has authored multiple publications in peer reviewed journals and has been invited to speak and present his research at several national medical conferences. Dr. Sayah is a member of the American Psychiatric Association (APA), Association of Medicine and Psychiatry (AMP) and Psychedelic Medical Association (PMA).
SayMed Psychiatry offers Mental Health care with Medication Management, Ketamine Therapy and Non-Pharmacological intervention such as TMS Treatment. Our mission is to provide an accurate Mental Health diagnosis and comprehensive treatments tailored to each patient’s individual needs. Dr. Sayah warmly welcomes his patients to SayMed Psychiatry and enjoys exceeding their Mental Health care needs.
- American Psychiatric Association (APA), Association of Medicine and Psychiatry (AMP), Psychedelic Medical Association (PMA)
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