Haresh Tharwani, MD
Dr. Tharwani has 20-years of clinical experience and expertise in Psychopharmacology, Psychotherapy and education of depression, bipolar disorder, Panic disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Social anxiety disorder, ADHD and Personality Disorders.
He received general psychiatry training at West Virginia University-Charleston division (’96-’99), W.V. and served as a chief Resident in his fourth year. He was awarded “Best Resident of the Year” twice in those 4-years. He continued his education and training at Harvard Medical School-Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, M.A. (’99-’00). Dr. Tharwani joined Duke University in Durham, N.C as a Psycho-pharmacology Research fellow (’00-’01). He is a board certified in General Psychiatry and Consultation/Liaison Psychiatry (Psychological and Psychiatric diagnoses in medically ill). He is also Duke University certified in Psychopharmacology.
Dr. Tharwani was senior faculty at Duke University for 19-years (’01-2018). He served as senior Associate Professor and Medical Director of 3-different programs for 15-years. He launched consult-Liaison psychiatry service in 3-different hospitals during these 15 years in addition to several clinical and educational programs. He taught undergraduate, Medical/PA students, residents and fellows since joined duke. He has been nominated and won several awards and “Best Teacher of the year ‘05” by American Psychiatric Association. Currently, Dr. Tharwani is senior Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Campbell University and Chief Medical officer and Co-founder of Integrative Psychiatric and Psychological Solutions, PLLC in Durham, N.C. Dr. Tharwani enjoys listening to music, watching movies, going hiking, and relaxing at the beach; these are the activities that rejuvenate my mind and body.