Jada Turco-Khosla, MD

Staff Psychiatrist

"Have enough courage to trust love one more time and always one more time." - Maya Angelou

Specialty
Medication Management
Geriatric
LGBTQ+
Years of Experience
15
Locations
New York
Education
  • The University of Vermont, BA and MD
  • New York University School of Medicine - NYU Langone Medical Center, Residency
Languages
English

Dr. Jada Turco Khosla, MD is a Psychiatrist certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and a member of the American Psychiatric Association. She completed her residency training at the NYU School of Medicine and medical training at University of Vermont, School of Medicine. She has additional training in Reproductive Psychiatry, Mind Body Medicine, and Integrative approaches to medical care. She is dual board certified in Integrative and Holistic Medicine. She has published on the topic of treating depression in pregnancy in the Contemporary ObGyn medical journal.

Dr. Turco Khosla has extensive history in management of psychiatric illness across the spectrum, from acute crisis intervention to preventative measures. She has expertise in psychiatric diagnosis and evaluation, comprehensive management of mood disorders and psychopharmacology. Her current interests are in outpatient management and treatment of psychiatric illness with a focus on Women’s Health and Reproductive Psychiatry, advocate and ally of LGBTQ community and care, and Integrative General Psychiatry.

As part of the #SameHere alliance, Dr. Turco Khosla is committed to normalizing and reducing the stigma associated with mental illness and improving access to services. Her focus is on the individual, recognizing that each person has their own unique set of experiences, needs, and goals of treatment. Her unique approach incorporates her knowledge of general medicine and psychiatry with her expertise in psychopharmacology, nutritional neuroscience, interpersonal neurobiology, metaphysics, Eastern religion and philosophy, meditation and mindfulness, and mind-body medicine.

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