Owen Scott Muir, M.D.
Owen Scott Muir, MD is a dual board-certified child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist, and co-author of Springer's Adolescent Suicide and Self-Injury: Mentalizing Theory and Treatment. He has held academic appointments at Hofstra-Northwell, NYU and Baylor, and is the Chief Medical Officer for iRxReminder, which is the recent recipient of an SBIR Grant from the NIMH for their work in AI identification of tardive dyskinesia. He is also the Senior VP for strategy at Acacia Clinics and an advisor to Brainify.ai. He is the co-author of numerous papers on both transcranial magnetic stimulation and mentalization-based treatment. He maintains a popular blog called the Frontier Psychiatrists.
Carlene MacMillan, M.D.
Carlene MacMillan, M.D., is a Harvard-trained board-certified adult, adolescent and child psychiatrist and the Chief Medical Officer at Osmind, a platform that enables clinicians to deliver breakthrough mental health treatments. She is on the Board of the Directors of the Clinical TMS Society and is the Co-Chair of the CTMSS Insurance Committee. She is the Co-Chair of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Consumer Issues Committee. Dr.MacMillan is also on on the board of the Ketamine Taskforce for Access to Safe Care and Insurance Coverage. She participates in real world evidence and post-marketing studies of transcranial magnetic stimulation and esketamine. She is extensively trained in Mentalization Based Treatment and applies it in individual, group therapy, family and team/systems settings.
Nausika Prifti, D.O.
Dr. Nausika Prifti is a board-certified adult psychiatrist. She qualified as a medical doctor at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her adult psychiatry residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center. She currently holds medical licenses in New York and Pennsylvania. She has had a faculty appointment at SUNY Downstate, where she was the recipient of the 2021-2022 Distinguished Faculty Award in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the education and training of psychiatry residents. She is also very proud of having been involved in clinical and leadership roles within the Veterans’ Affairs in Brooklyn, where she developed her interests in trauma treatment and suicide prevention.