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Dr. A. Andrew Morovati, D.O. — Diplomate of the American Board of Neurology

About Our Neurologists

Dr. Morovati is a board certified neurologist who has been practicing in Southern California for more than 15 years. He completed his neurology residency at USC Keck School of Medicine, where he served as chief resident and was awarded the Victoroff award for compassionate care of patients in Neurology. He then completed a fellowship in neuromuscular disorders at USC neuromuscular center, where he gained expertise in evaluating and treating patients with neuromuscular disorders. In the past several years, he also worked at a dedicated headache center, where he gained the knowledge and expertise to treat patients with complex headache disorders, including administration of Botox for migraine headaches.

A Personal Statement from Dr. Morovati

"I am a board certified neurologist who has been in practice for more than 15 years. I am dedicated to providing a superior level of care to my patients through compassion, education, and the application of technological advances. My experience over many years of clinical practice has provided me with the skills to manage a vast array of neurological disorders, but my subspecialty training in neuromuscular disorders and practice in a dedicated headache center allow me to deliver specialized care to these groups of patients. I am highly skilled in performing EMG/NCS, interpreting EEGs, and performing skin biopsies for evaluation of peripheral neuropathies. I am also skilled in evaluating and treating patients with complex headaches disorders, including administration of BOTOX and cranial nerve blocks.

Curriculum Vitae

Board Certified by American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Fellowship: USC Neuromuscular Center

Residency: Keck USC Medical Center

 Internship: Banner University Medical Center; Phoenix, Arizona

Medical Degree: Western University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific; Pomona, California

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Dr. Ronald Andiman

Dr. Ronald Andiman

Dr. Ronald Andiman's Curriculum Vitae

Dr. Daniel Fenton

Curriculum Vitae

University of California Santa Cruz with Dean’s Award of Excellence in Psychology/Neuropsychology focus

Doctorate degree from California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP)

Research Focus: Neurocognitive and psychological impact of stress and anxiety in parents of children with special needs, and implementation of a unique stress reduction treatment.

Clinical Practice: Neuropsychological treatment in academic institutions, community mental health clinics, and assessment centers

Neuropsychology Residency: Iowa City VA Medical Center

Research Focus: The behavioral impact of mild traumatic brain injury on veterans, as well as the immediate and long term neurocognitive impact of COVID-19

Clinical Practice: Neuropsychological treatment in VA Medical Center

Neuropsychology fellowship: Cedars Sinai Medical Center

Research Focus: Memory dysfunction in individuals with Parkinson’s disease

Clinical Practice: Neuropsychological treatment in academic medical centers

Clinical appointment at Cedars Sinai Medical Center/California Rehabilitation Institute

Clinical appointment at Beverly Hills Neurology

Currently licensed in CA and NV

Dr. Daniel Fenton

Dr. Daniel Fenton

Shireen Oberman, LCSW

Shireen Oberman

Shireen Oberman, LCSW

Shireen Oberman is a licensed clinical social worker in West Los Angeles with over 20 years of clinical experience working in medical, university and non-profit settings. She received her MSW from the University of Southern California and has been doing advanced doctoral level training in Psychoanalysis through the Los Angeles Institute and Society for Psychoanalytic Studies, since 2013. She has completed additional post-graduate trainings in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Brief Intensive Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. Shireen’s areas of clinical specialty include grief and loss, trauma, phase of life issues and Maternal Mental Health. She currently maintains a private practice working with clients from diverse professional and personal backgrounds, focusing on a variety of issues.

Whether short-term or long-term, Shireen’s work is always client focused. She draws significantly upon her trainings in CBT, DBT, and Psychoanalysis to help clients both achieve their therapeutic goals and develop usable skills which they can continue practicing outside the therapy session. Shireen’s clinical style is warm and interactive, while maintaining the necessary space for reflection.

In addition to her private practice, Shireen is an adjunct faculty member at Antioch University, where she teaches courses on traumatic grief and bereavement. She has created and delivered multiple presentations and trainings, ranging from cultural sensitivity, to improving interpersonal boundaries, to addressing grief and loss in the workplace. Organizations where she has presented include, UCLA Rape Treatment Center, UCLA Stuart House, Jewish Family Services of Los Angeles, OUR HOUSE Grief Support Center, UCLA and USC Medical Schools.