Dr. Curtis is a double board-certified psychiatrist. She is dedicated to helping patients with complex medical and psychiatric problems. She offers the same compassion and evidence-based practice to her clients that she would want for a close friend or family member. Her clinical style is collaborative and practical.
Dr. Curtis completed General Psychiatry residency and Addiction Psychiatry fellowship at University of Wisconsin where she was a Chief Resident and earned an award for Clinical Excellence. She completed medical school at University of Pittsburgh in 2005 and was elected by her classmates to the Gold Humanism Honor Society. She is a volunteer faculty member at UW and has served as a lecturer and supervisor for psychiatry residents and medical students.
Dr. Curtis is passionate about learning and has done additional training and study in ketamine assisted psychotherapy, family constellation therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, psychopharmacology, integrative medicine, and trauma informed care. She has unique experience in helping individuals recovering from medical trauma and is passionate about patients’ rights and safety. She has a broad range of interests including history and humanities which enrich her clinical work.
Dr. Curtis also works as a community psychiatrist for the Rock County CCS program serving individuals with severe and complex mental illness. In that role she also provides teaching and supervision for therapists and social workers and serves on their Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Policy Committee.