Title: Child Psychiatrist
Company: Fairview Health Services
Location: Wayzata, Minnesota, United States
Katherine Daly, Child Psychiatrist at Fairview Health Services, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in family bonding and interactions.
Currently providing superior care as a child psychiatrist with Fairview Health Services in Wayzata, Dr. Daly obtained a Medical Doctor in 1992 from the University of Minnesota Medical School and followed with an internship in 1993 with Loyola Medicine MacNeal Hospital. She then completed residencies in pediatrics in 1996 and psychiatry in 1998 and subsequently a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry in 2000 with the University of Minnesota Medical School.
Dr. Daly holds certifications in pediatrics from American Board of Pediatrics; psychiatry from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology; in child and adolescent psychiatry from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology; and is licensed to practice medicine in the state of Minnesota.
To remain aware of changes and advancements in her field, Dr. Daly maintains affiliations with the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, the American Medical Association and the American Psychiatric Association. In 2000, she co-authored “Seizure Disorder is in the Differential Diagnosis of Panic Disorder.”
Dr. Daly attributes her success to doing a lot of hard work. With every career experience she has had, she learned and kept a lesson from each of them. She was initially inspired to enter her profession because of her love for helping people. When she was a gynecologist and obstetrician at Loyola, she discovered that she was really interested in maternal fetal bonding. Dr. Daly also found that psychiatry allowed her to investigate that more than she was able to do in pediatrics, and so she decided to go into that discipline.
In the coming years, Dr. Daly would like to pursue child-parent interaction. She also hopes to be able to work with family bonding and family interactions, because she thinks that’s really important. Lastly, she would love to continue to look towards how the pharmacological interventions can assist with family interactions and bonding.
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