Ariadna Forray, M.D. – Hub Team Medical Director and Reproductive Psychiatrist
Dr. Forray is a reproductive psychiatrist that is board-certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. She is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine. She received her B.A. in neuroscience from Bryn Mawr and her M.D. from Harvard. She completed her residency training in psychiatry at Yale and has been a faculty member in the Department of Psychiatry since then. She is the Director of the Center for Wellness of Women and Mothers, a reproductive psychiatry research program. As a principal investigator and co-investigator on several NIH-funded grants, she has developed and implemented addiction treatment interventions for pregnant and postpartum patients. Clinically, Dr. Forray is a consultation-liaison psychiatrist at Yale New Haven Hospital where she is the Section Chief of Psychological Medicine. The Psychological Medicine Section includes traditional and proactive psychiatric consult services on medical and surgical inpatient units, and 14 integrated psychiatry and behavioral health programs in diverse medical and surgical outpatient settings.
Katrina Furey, M.D. – Hub Team Reproductive Psychiatrist
Katrina Furey, M.D. is a board-certified adult psychiatrist practicing in Guilford, Connecticut. With a special interest in women’s mental health, she is one of the only psychiatrists in Connecticut offering psychotherapy, medication management, and expert consultation for women with depression, anxiety, premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (including OCD), birth trauma, and menopausal mood and anxiety disorders. She also specializes in treating psychiatric sequelae of medical conditions, including infertility and cancer. She also specializes in treating young adults, college and graduate students, medical professionals, and members of the LGBTQ+ community.
Dr. Furey graduated cum laude from Boston University in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in Biology with a Specialization in Neuroscience. She attended medical school at Boston University School of Medicine, where she was the recipient of several awards including the Henry J. Bakst Award in Community Medicine for Geriatrics and the David R. Iverson Award for Excellence in Psychiatry. She was also inducted into the prestigious Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS), which recognizes medical “students who are exemplars of compassionate patient care and who serve as role models, mentors, and leaders in medicine. GHHS members are peer nominated and are the ones that others say they want taking care of their own family.” (excerpt from www.gold-foundation.org)
Although initially deciding between pursuing a career in neurology or obstetrics and gynecology (OBGYN), Dr. Furey was drawn to the field of psychiatry because of its unparalleled clinical opportunities combining neuroscience, direct patient care, and the art of psychotherapy. These early interests in neurology and OBGYN influence her clinical practice as a reproductive psychiatrist. She pursued a four-year adult psychiatry residency at Yale University graduating in 2018. While at Yale, she was elected by her peers to serve as co-president of Yale’s Psychiatry Residency Association where she acted as a liaison between residents and faculty members. During residency, she learned the art of psychopharmacology and sought out additional training in psychotherapy (particularly psychodynamic psychotherapy), emergency psychiatry, and women’s mental health. She also participated in various teaching activities and published several journal articles. As a fourth year resident, she served dually as Chief Resident at the Connecticut Veterans Affairs Hospital’s Psychiatric Emergency Room and Outpatient PTSD Clinic.
Before transitioning into private practice, Dr. Furey worked at Yale University’s Mental Health and Counseling department providing psychotherapy and medication management to undergraduate and graduate students; at the Connecticut Veterans Affairs Hospital’s West Haven psychiatric emergency room and New London community-based outpatient clinic; and in collaboration with Yale New Haven Hospital treating medical and surgical residents.
Jennifer McMahon, M.D. – Hub Team Reproductive Psychiatrist
Dr. McMahon is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine, where she is currently on the psychiatric consultation liaison service at Yale New Haven Hospital in addition to providing outpatient psychiatric consultations for Yale Maternal Fetal Medicine. She graduated from Boston University with a B.S. in Health Science and attended medical school at University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. She completed psychiatry residency at Harvard Longwood Psychiatry Residency Training Program where she served as the chief resident on the psychiatric consultation liaison service at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. In addition, she completed a fellowship in consultation-liaison psychiatry at Boston University Medical Center. Her interests include reproductive psychiatry and resident and fellow education.
Sofia Noori, M.D. – Hub Team Reproductive Psychiatrist
Dr. Sofia Noori is a Clinical Instructor at the Yale Department of Psychiatry and a board-certified adult psychiatrist. Dr. Noori’s clinical focus lies in trauma, PTSD and women’s mental health. She is the founder and lead psychiatrist of Nema Health, a Connecticut-based practice focused on treating patients with PTSD using evidence-based treatments. Dr. Noori also practices at Cornell Scott Hill Health Center, a federally qualified health center. She speaks both English and Spanish.
Dr. Noori is an MD graduate of the PRIME program at UCSF School of Medicine, a dual-degree program that trains emerging physician-leaders to transform care for underserved populations. Dr. Noori received her MPH in health policy and management at UC Berkeley. She completed adult psychiatry residency at the Yale Department of Psychiatry.