Psychiatrist & Advocate.
Based in New York, Ludmila Aramian, MD is a board certified psychiatrist. A healthy lifestyle advocate, Dr. Aramian focuses on the relationship between mental and physical health. She believes healthy eating strongly benefits one’s mental well-being.
“Mental health needs a great deal of attention. It’s the final taboo and it needs to be faced and dealt with.”
— Adam Ant
Dr. Aramian received her Doctorate of Medicine degree from the American University of Antigua, where she graduated Cum Laude. She graduated from Adelphi University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. Ludmila. Aramian, MD completed her psychiatry residency at the Richmond University Medical Center where she served as chief resident for two consecutive years. She recently completed her specialty training in Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry at Stony Brook University Medical Center.
She has experience working in primary care mental health, palliative care services, hospital integrated medicine, transplant evaluations, psycho-oncology, pain management, and neurological conditions.
Currently, Ludmila Aramian, MD serves as an emergency psychiatrist in Stony Brook University Medical Center. She also works as a consultant in Northport Veteran’s Hospital where she works largely with the veteran population to break down communication barriers and aid them in receiving the mental health care they need. The role has allowed her to see how far behind mental health treatment is in the United States, especially when it comes to the veteran population. While awareness is being brought to the mental issues that affect veterans, includingpost-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and increased suicide rates, the stigma is still there. Through her work, Dr. Aramian hopes to encourage all those suffering with a mental health condition to seek necessary treatment.
Additionally, Dr. Aramian is working diligently to bring awareness to cyberbullying, which has been linked to poor mental health in both children and adults. As Dr. Aramian hopes to see an end to cyberbullying, she aims to provide the tools necessary for victims to fully recover from their experiences.
Outside of her work, Ludmila enjoys traveling with her husband and experiencing new places. She is especially intrigued by other cultures and is excited by every opportunity to learn more about other backgrounds and traditions.
Dr. Aramian is fluent in English and Russian, and conversational in Armenian and Spanish.
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