David Morin, MD, MBA

Dr. David Morin is board certified in internal medicine and psychiatry. He is currently specializing in psychopharmacology and is interested in treating patients with depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, and mood disorders. His approach is individualized and collaborative, tailored to each individual patient’s needs.

David graduated from Boston University and Tufts University School of Medicine. After completing training in internal medicine in Boston at the Faulkner Hospital Tufts Internal Medicine residency program he started a career as a primary care physician. He was the Director of Medical Services at several Department of Mental Health facilities including Westboro State Hospital and the Worcester Recovery Center. He completed residency training in psychiatry and a research fellowship in psychopharmacology at UMass Medical School in Worcester, MA where he was an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry for many years. As a researcher at the Center for Psychopharmacologic Research and Treatment he was involved in testing novel approaches to treating mood disorders, teaching residents and medical students as well as serving as the Director of the ECT service at UMass. Dr. Morin also received an MBA from Clark University Graduate School of Management in Worcester.

Currently, in addition to his practice at CNS, he is an attending psychiatrist at the Central Western Mass VA Clinic in Worcester and is on the Affiliate staff at UMass Memorial Medical Center and Clinton Hospital’s Geriatric Medical Psychiatry Unit. He also provides consultation in psychiatry at Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital in Westboro.

David lives in the Central Mass area and enjoys cycling, tennis, and skiing whenever he has the opportunity.

Our Philosophy

“Many challenges, both physical and emotional, can limit a person’s ability to truly live life to the fullest. My goal is to work with every patient individually to identify  the problems and barriers they face in their lives and to come up with personalized solutions that will help them reach their full potential.  Working together, within a compassionate and creative framework, we can stay focused on finding a way forward.”

David Morin, MD, MBA