“With rare exceptions, all of your most important achievements on this planet will come from working with others—or, in a word, partnership.” - Paul Farmer
Dr. Colter Boita is a board-eligible adult general psychiatrist. His primary focus is on medication management, however, he often incorporates mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, and supportive therapy into his 30-minute follow-up visits.
Dr. Colter Boita is originally from Colorado. He joined the Army at age 19, where he served 4 years to the rank of sergeant, having spent 1 year in Southern Baghdad, Iraq in a combat infantry regiment. After the military he completed his undergraduate degree at Fort Lewis College in Cellular and Molecular Biology with a minor in philosophy.
While obtaining his undergraduate degree, Dr. Boita started a nonprofit organization in East Africa, which focused on targeting micro finance loans for low-income HIV positive patients. The organization received a scholarship and recognition from Clinton's Global Initiatives University.
Dr. Boita graduated medical school at Edward Via College for Osteopathic Medicine in Virginia and completed his residency in psychiatry at Maimonides Medical Center.