Elizabeth Faust, MD

Staff Psychiatrist

"Our wounds are often the openings in to the best and most beautiful part of us" - David Richo

Specialty
Medication Management
Years of Experience
15
Locations
Washington
Texas
New York
Illinois
Education
  • Texas A&M University, MD
  • Naval Hospital, Internship
  • University of Wisconsin, Residency
  • University of Colorado, Fellowship
Languages
English
Spanish

Dr. Elizabeth Faust is board-certified in Psychiatry with a fellowship in Integrative Psychiatry. She started in Family Medicine while in the Navy, where she also was a Flight Surgeon. She has practiced medicine since 1999, focusing on Psychiatry since 2007.

Dr. Faust practices with an integrative approach to see what medical factors contribute to symptoms, unhealthy thought or relationship patterns, and lifestyle factors that maintain dysfunction. Unexamined, medications will only work briefly. While medications are part of treatment to acutely improve symptoms, she also brings in lifestyle changes, nutrition, spirituality, and social connection as resources to recover function and maintain wellness.

1995-1999 MD from Texas A&M University US Navy 1999-2004; Family Medicine Internship, Aerospace Medicine training/Flight Surgeon; 2004-2007 the Psychiatry Residency University of Wisconsin. Dr. Faust worked at Iowa City VA, out of residency, treating fellow veterans and training residents at the University of Iowa. She then worked for Group Health in Washington, followed by independent work in telepsychiatry long before the pandemic. Most recently, she worked for Virginia Mason Franciscan to establish a Collaborative Care model of practice to provide expert consultation and support for primary care physicians to continue to care for their patient's mental health within the primary care setting.

While Dr. Faust treats all major psychiatric disorders, she has developed a focus and expertise in treating PTSD and ADHD and associated disorders like Binge Eating, GAD, Social Anxiety, and "treatment-resistant" depressions that are often misdiagnosed. She enjoys working with patients who are ready to make a change that leads them to their better selves.

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