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OASIS, UNC Outpatient Psychiatry
Vilcom Center Drive
Chapel Hill NC

Education and Training:

B.Sc. Honors Toxicology, University of Guelph
M.Sc., Pharmacology, University of Toronto
M.D., McMaster University
Resident, Psychiatry (PGY1-2), McMaster University
Resident, Psychiatry, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Integrative Medicine Fellowship, Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, University of Arizona 2/2016-2/2018.

Summary Statement:

Dr. Graham specializes in identifying and treating psychotic illnesses during their early stages.  As the Medical Director of OASIS, UNC Department of Psychiatry’s multi-disciplinary specialty clinic, she oversees the treatment of adolescents and young adults in the early years of a psychotic illness. The clinic provides evidence-based medication management, individual therapy, substance abuse treatment, family therapy & education, Supportive Employment and Education Services, and Peer Support Services to address the symptoms and functional recovery of the clients. Additionally, Dr. Graham has recently launched NC Healthy Active Living, (NC HeAL) a wellness program that is available at no cost to early psychosis clients. This program, implemented through the Early Psychosis Interventions of North Carolina (EPI-NC) and funded by a Federal Community Mental Health Services Block Grant (CFDA #93.958), helps clients make crucial and lasting lifestyle changes that can enhance their overall well-being and quality of life.

Dr. Graham’s teaching responsibilities include educating residents on psychotic disorders and Integrative Psychiatry, the evidence-based use of complementary medical approaches in the management of mental health disorders


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