Dr. Sacks is an Adult Psychiatrist who is interested in the biological, philosophical and emotional links between the mind, body, and brain.  As a therapist, she believes that the best treatment comes from feeling understood.  She uses medications as one tool in this collaboration to integrate with exercise, nutrition, sleep and behavioral wellness.  In addition to her work in Adult Psychiatry as it relates to general anxiety and depression for men and women, she specializes in Reproductive Psychiatry/Women’s Mental Health.

Dr. Sacks has won national awards for her clinical and academic work and published numerous articles and book chapters.  She earned her Medical Degree at Mount Sinai School of Medicine by way of Amherst College through the Humanities and Medicine Program, her Psychiatric Residency at New York Presbyterian-Cornell, has specialty Fellowship training in Women’s Mental Health from New York Presbyterian-Columbia, postgraduate therapy studies from the Columbia University Psychoanalytic Fellowship, and Board Certification from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.