Highly effective psychotherapy combined with medication management as needed

Maor Katz, M.D

Balanced compassionate care
Maor Katz, M.D

Dr. Maor Katz Licensed by the California State Medical Board to practice Medicine and Psychiatry in the state of California. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. 

Dr. Katz is Director and founder of the Feeling Good Institute, a treatment and training center in advanced cognitive and behavioral therapy (CBT). He is an Adjunct Clinical Faculty Member in the Department of Psychiatry at The Stanford Medical Center Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. He serves as an instructor for Stanford's Psychiatry Residency Program. He supervises residents, local practitioners and graduate students, both individually and in weekly seminars at Stanford.

Maor has many scientific publications in the fields of anxiety and resilience and has won several national prizes for neuroscience research and teaching excellence. Some of these include the American College of Psychoanalysists Lauglin Fellowship, The American Academy of Directors of Residency Programs Fellowship, the American Psychiatric Association Resident Research Award and the Gulevich Outstanding Psychiatry Resident Award at The Stanford University Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. 

Dr. Katz completed his medical specialty training in Psychiatry at Stanford Hospital's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. He received his medical training at the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical School in Jerusalem. He graduated from the Hebrew University with dual degrees in Medical Sciences and Amirim Interdisciplinary program for Outstanding Students. Maor now focuses on practicing, teaching, and supervising psychotherapy and medication consultation.