Meet Our Team
We Are Here for You
Our team is dedicated to giving you the very best care. Whether we are providing BrainsWay dTMS™ in Pasadena or reproductive psychiatry, we go the extra mile to partner with you. Meet our doctors, residents, and other staff members.
What You Can Expect
- Individualized Care
- Careful Evaluations
- Patient Empowerment
- Integrated Care
Dr. Sepah received her Doctor of Medicine degree in 2006 and now runs her own interventional psychiatry clinic, which focuses on deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (dTMS), esketamine, MAT, reproductive psychiatry, neuropsychiatric disorders (TBI, dementia), and early diagnosis schizophrenia.
Dary Sepah has a master’s degree and helps keep Pasadena Neuropsychiatry running smoothly.
Licensed Family Therapist
Justine Kaluzny, LMFT, received her Bachelor of Science degree from San Diego State University in child development and her master of arts degree in marriage and family therapy with a specialization in co-occurring disorders from the Phillips Graduate Institute.
Neda earned her master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences from Rosalind Franklin University, and she enjoys volunteering.
Patient Liaison Specialist
Kristi Rosenblum has a master’s degree and provides exceptional service to varying patient populations at Pasadena Neuropsychiatry and TMS Center.
Medical Lead/dTMS Technician
Thezia attended UCLA, where she studied psychology and biology. As a technician, she excels at making patients comfortable.
Joselyn is originally from TN, having moved to LA as a traveling healthcare worker during the peak of the pandemic. She is also a licensed phlebotomist and pursuing her LVN degree currently.
Our PIH Residents
Dr. Kenneth Yun
Dr. Jessica Yano-Patel
Dr. Sepah is adjunct faculty at the Western School of Medicine and PIH Health Downey’s Family Medicine Residency Department. In an effort to bridge primary care and psychiatry, third-year family medicine residents from PIH complete a four-week clerkship onsite at PNC. They are licensed physicians in their final year of training. The premise of having residents on site is to improve care on the micro and macro level as patients will have more physician interaction, greater attention to multiple facets of care, and ultimately this generation of physicians will enter the field with a greater understanding of what patients’ full presentations are, a perspective that includes the whole patient.