About Dr. Jonathan Terry
Recognized as one of 2015’s Top Psychiatrists by the Consumers’ Research Council of America
2016 recipient of the American Telemedicine Association’s (ATA) President’s Award for Health Delivery, Quality, and Transformation.
Jonathan Terry, DO, ABIHM is a board-certified osteopathic physician and surgeon, a general psychiatrist, a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN), a Diplomate of the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons (NBPAS), and a Diplomate of the American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine (ABIHM). He is involved in the certification process through the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM). Dr. Terry is proud to be a National Health Service Corps Ambassador, and works primarily with underserved and migrant worker populations, high-acuity inpatient psychiatric patients, and in program and policy-building initiatives. Dr. Terry’s clinical interests include primary care consultation, nutrition, osteopathy, integrative medicine, strength-based therapies, and prevention.
Professionally, Dr. Terry completed undergraduate degrees in Missouri in Biology and Spanish, did psychology research at Harvard University, and then went on to medical school at the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM). He completed his residency in General Psychiatry and participated in a specialty fellowship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of New Mexico, where he was involved in rural mental health initiatives and telepsychiatry.
Dr. Terry has served as a staff physician through the Veterans’ Administration (VA), holds admitting and consulting hospital privileges at several sites, and has specialty training in psychotherapy and buprenorphine. He has published in several literary and professional journals, serves as a preceptor and clinical faculty for students in health sciences, and has also spoken and consulted in multiple government, academic, and community settings. Dr. Terry serves as an expert witness in court cases in the field of mental health. Outside of medicine, Dr. Terry enjoys volunteering, travel, outdoor activities, writing, study of language, and spending time with friends and family.
About Kayli Workman
Kayli Workman, MS, is a medical student at the University of Maryland (UMSOM). She is pursuing a career in medicine that incorporates integrative methods to enhance total patient care. She would like to work with an international team of medical and wellness specialists that combine first-rate medical care and quality lifestyle guidance to address the physical, emotional, behavioral, and spiritual needs of patients. She would also like to educate the public about overall well-being and human performance and advocate for more healthful, accessible resources, especially to vulnerable populations. Her clinical interests include Psychiatry, Family Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Addiction and Substance Use, Nutrition, Yoga Therapy, Meditation, Wellness, and Prevention.
Kayli graduated with Honors and summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, French, and Biology at Mount St. Mary’s University (MSMU) in Maryland. There, she conducted neuroinflammation research; tutored in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, French, and Genetics; and taught as a Health Professions Teaching Assistant. In addition to being recognized for academic excellence in Biology, Chemistry, and French, she was honored with the Edward J. Flanagan Award, MSMU’s most prestigious title awarded to the student that the faculty believes best represents the university in scholarship, conduct, and leadership. After her undergraduate career, she completed her Master of Science in Nutrition and Human Performance at Logan University as valedictorian and summa cum laude. Currently, she is a candidate for her Doctor of Medicine (MD) at UMSOM.
Kayli is currently becoming a 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher and Reiki Master with the Center of Integrative Medicine at UMSOM with the goal of using Yoga Therapy and Reiki with patients to not only nurture their strength, flexibility, and energy but to also teach them breathing practices, mindfulness, and meditation. With her growing interest in addiction and substance use, she is also conducting research on injection drug use, associated risks, and HIV risk in Rwanda. She has volunteered as a Staffer for the Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network and as an Emergency Medical Technician for Frederick County in Maryland. She has also worked as a Foreign Language Assistant in Nice, France, a Web Developer in Athens, Greece, a Medical Assistant at an Occupational Health Clinic, and an Administrative Assistant at a private Family Medicine practice. In her spare time, Kayli loves to travel, meditate, practice yoga, hike, learn languages, and experiment with recipes.
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