Roseville - Community Psychiatry


1420 Rocky Ridge Drive
Suite 230
Roseville, CA 95661

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(916) 783-9697

(916) 783-9721


Eugene Fealk, D.O.

Eugene Fealk, D.O. received his training in psychiatry at the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute. In addition to his training in psychotherapy, he brin … Read More

gs to his practice over twenty years of experience in psychopharmacology and the treatment of mood disorders. A long-standing member of the Roseville community, Dr. Fealk has also served as the medical director of several mental health programs in the Sacramento Valley. He has extensive experience in treating psychiatric illness complicated by chemical dependency and has served as the director of both hospital and outpatient chemical dependency programs. Dr. Fealk is trained in mindfully based cognitive therapy. He has been practicing this form of therapy for the past eight years. Dr. Fealk has been trained under Jon Kabat-Zinn and provides an eight-week program teaching the fundamentals of mindfully based stress reduction.

Lorerky Ramirez Moya, M.D.

Dr. Ramirez Moya is a board eligible child and adolescent psychiatrist. While pregnant with her son, she completed a child and adolescent psychiatry f … Read More

ellowship in 2011 at the University of Mexico. She focused on learning developmental disabilities and autism at the Center of Developmental Disabilities, UNM. Two years later, her son was diagnosed with autism and a rare genetic disease. Since then, she has been working and advocating for the developmental disability community. As a mother, she understands the struggles of dealing with insurance, schools and community services for a child with a developmental disability. As a doctor, she understands the difficulties in managing medications for patients who are facing such issues and who could have very unique responses to psychopharmacology. She understands the importance to work as a team with other healthcare professionals such as; occupational therapists, speech pathologists, physical therapists, case managers, neurologists, and school staff. Dr. Ramirez-Moya is from Costa Rica and is bilingual. She is also committed to taking care of Hispanic and bilingual children who struggle with mental illness and cultural adaptation.

Jon Porter, D.O.

Jon Porter, D.O. is a board eligible adult psychiatrist. He received his Bachelors of Psychobiology from UC Davis and completed his medical degree at … Read More

Western University in Pomona. He has experience with psychiatric emergencies working in an acute inpatient hospital at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in San Bernardino County where he completed his residency as the Chief Resident. He has experience working in underserved areas in multiple settings including hospitals, prisons, mental health clinics, and crisis walk-in centers. Dr. Porter enjoys providing medication management that is tailored to meet the needs of patients from all walks of life. His goal is to create a therapeutic relationship by treating each patient with respect and compassion. He enjoys teaching residents and medical students and is currently a clinical assistant professor at Western University and Touro University in Vallejo. In his spare time, Dr. Porter enjoys being outdoors with his family.

Amita Upadhyay, M.D.

Amita Upadhyay, M.D. is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She is board certified in Adult, Child and Adolescent Psych … Read More

iatry. Dr. Upadhyay obtained her medical degree from  Kasturba Medical College in India.  Upon graduation from medical school, she moved to the United States to pursue further education. She attended the School of Public Health at the Ohio State University School of Medicine and Public Health. She graduated with a Master’s in Public Health majoring in the fields of Epidemiology and Biostatistics. She completed various research projects at the Ohio Department of Health and Columbus Children’s Hospital. Having moved from India and given her background in public health, she is familiar with various cultures and remains very interested in issues pertaining to minorities, women and prevention. Given her interest in prevention and early intervention of mental illness,  Dr. Upadhyay went on to pursue a residency in Adult Psychiatry at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Washington DC where she was their chief resident. During her residency training, Dr. Upadhyay worked on several research projects at the National Institute of Mental Health in Bethesda, Maryland. After graduating from the residency program, she completed her fellowship training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Millard Fillmore Hospital, State University of New York at Buffalo. Prior to working as an outpatient psychiatrist at Community Psychiatry, Dr. Upadhyay worked as an inpatient Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at a residential treatment facility in Western New York. She is an active member of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.

Dr. Upadhyay utilizes a biopsychosocial framework during the assessment and treatment of her patients. Being a parent of two children, she understands the process a family may go through when they bring their child to see a child psychiatrist. She enjoys working with both children and adolescents. She realizes the importance of focusing on her patient as a whole. While implementing a treatment team approach, she likes to collaborate with primary care physicians, psychotherapists, and schools and is comprehensive in her approach. She has expertise in the evaluation and treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, and ADHD. Even though the majority of her role revolves around psychiatric medication management, she tends to be conservative in her approach. Dr. Upadhyay is a very compassionate and caring physician who seeks to establish a therapeutic relationship with her patients.

In her spare time, Dr. Upadhyay enjoys reading, walking, watching cooking shows and spending time with her family. Having being mentored during her career, she realizes the importance of mentorship. She likes to coach and volunteer at her children’s schools. She believes that humans are resilient by nature and finds meditation to be a very helpful tool.

Benjamin Yu, M.D.

Benjamin Yu, M.D. completed his training in Adult, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of California, Irvine. An author of over 30 medic … Read More

al publications, Dr. Yu believes in the innovative yet practical integration of medication management and therapy. Dr. Yu has had extensive experience in treating mood, developmental, psychotic, anxiety, and attention disorders. He also continues to educate other physicians in the treatment of psychiatric illnesses and is a dedicated advocate for his patients. He has practiced with our group since 2004 and has enjoyed living in Northern California, raising his family, traveling, and cycling.

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