Kiera Levine, MD
General Adult Psychiatrist, Director
Berkeley

Dr. Kiera Levine provides individual psychoanalytic psychotherapy for adults. Her clinical lens is shaped predominantly by psychoanalytic and attachment theory.  Her management of psychiatric medication is designed to complement and support the process of intensive, talk therapy. She has worked extensively with patients with mood, anxiety, and personality disorders, as well as those struggling with serious medical illnesses, problems related to reproduction and birth/adoption, the loss of loved ones, traumatic life events, questions about their sexuality and major life transitions. Dr. Levine graduated college with distinction in philosophy from Yale University. At Yale Medical School, she received the Miriam Kathleen Dasey Award for strength of character, personal integrity, and academic achievement. She completed her residency in psychiatry at UCSF where she was a chief resident. She is currently a candidate in the psychoanalytic training program at the San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis.