Daniel Inouye, MD
Daniel Inouye, MD (“Dr. Dan”) specializes in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders. His subspecialty is the treatment of mental health conditions during pregnancy.
Dr. Dan is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Dr. Dan completed adult psychiatry residency at UCLA. At UCLA, he worked at the Women’s Life Clinic, the outpatient perinatal psychiatric clinic. He also trained at the perinatal intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization programs.
Dr. Dan attended Harvard Medical School, where he was a Tylenol Future Care Scholar. He did his clinical rotations at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Dr. Dan majored majored in Biophysics at Brigham Young University, where he was a Hinckley Scholar. He graduated Magna Cum Laude.
Dr. Dan is a United States Presidential Scholar.
Dr. Dan is certified by Karen Kleiman’s Postpartum Stress Center. He has completed Postpartum Support International’s general perinatal and psychopharmacology-specific trainings. His therapy education includes courses in cognitive behavioral therapy from the Beck Institute and interpersonal psychotherapy from the Interpersonal Psychotherapy Institute.
Dr. Dan is a member of the National Task Force on Women’s Reproductive Mental Health. He is also a member of the Marcé Society, an international mental health community dedicated to the prenatal and postpartum mental health of mothers, fathers, and their babies.
Jean Stanford, PA
Jean Stanford, PA is a board-certified physician assistant. For the past six years, she has specialized in the treatment of mental health conditions. Prior to devoting herself exclusively to this field, she worked for eights years in family practice, nephrology, and endocrinology and two years in pain management. Prior to becoming a physician assistant, she worked as a registered respiratory therapist on adult and neonatal ICUs and neonatal life flight teams.