Todd Zorick, M.D. completed residency in psychiatry, as well as a sub-specialty fellowship in addiction psychiatry at University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and earned his Ph.D. in Neurosciences from the University of California, San Diego. Dr. Zorick has the rare distinction of being double-board certified—Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine–in treatment of dual diagnosis individuals. He is a member of the American Psychiatry Association and the 2005 winner of the National Institute of Mental Health’s Outstanding Psychiatry Resident Award. Dr. Zorick was granted the Veterans Association Biomedical Laboratory Research and Development Career Development Award at the Veteran’s Administration Medical Center, Los Angeles for his project “Citalopram Effects on Craving and Striatal Dopamine Availability in Alcohol Dependence.” In addition to being Sober College’s Psychiatrist, Dr. Zorick is currently the Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA and an esteemed published author of neuroscience and addiction papers.
For nearly a decade, Dr. Zorick has worked in residential treatment helping young adults struggling with addiction and co-occurring disorders. His expertise in dual-diagnosis treatment, addiction psychiatry, and neuroscience makes him a vital part of Sober College’s Clinical Treatment Program.