Adam Brenner M.D is Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Distinguished Teaching Professor, and Vice Chair for Education in Psychiatry. He is a graduate of Emory University, Magna Cum Laude in Philosophy. He attended Harvard Medical School and then completed his psychiatry residency at McLean Hospital. Dr. Brenner’s clinical focus is in treatment of anxiety and depressive disorders with a combination of psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychopharmacology. His scholarly publications are on innovations in psychiatric education. Dr. Brenner is Co-Chair of the Psychotherapy Committee of the American Association of Directors of Psychotherapy Residency Training (AADPRT), and serves on the Executive Council of AADPRT. Among his educational and teaching awards, he was recently elected to the University Of Texas Academy of Health Science Educators. A graduate of the Boston Psychoanalytic Institute, Dr. Brenner is on the faculty of the Dallas Psychoanalytic Center. Dr. Brenner also serves on the board of the Dallas Chapter of Mental Health America, and the Executive Committee of the North Texas Society of Psychiatric Physicians. Dr. Brenner is co-chair of the Dallas County Behavioral Health Leadership Team, a board chartered by the county to further coordination and collaboration among the various public psychiatry providers and stakeholders in the community.