Dr Mazen Hamoudi obtained his medical doctorate (MD) from the University of Baghdad in 2000. He is an American Board-certified psychiatrist in the USA, having completed his psychiatry training at Maine General Medical Center in a program affiliated with Tufts University.
He is a certified Suboxone provider for patients with opioid dependence and dual diagnoses, with experience working at the Seton opioid outpatient clinic in Maine.
In the United States he worked with torture and war trauma survivors at Utah Health and Human Rights Project as a Mental Health Counselor. He then worked as a Consultant Psychiatrist at Maine General Medical Center, where he provided expert psychiatric care to psychiatric patients and demonstrated an excellent understanding of psychodynamic and biological therapies. He was also the consultant psychiatrist for the medical, surgical and intensive care units at the Maine Medical center.
Dr Mazen has developed deep insight and knowledge about the development and management of PTSD, an unfortunately common condition among refugees. He has also worked to educate his colleagues about sensitivity to cultural differences in people of Arab heritage in American health care. He presented this work at more than 10 conferences in the United States.
Before joining Novomed centers, Dr. Mazen worked for two years as a consultant psychiatrist at the American Center for Psychiatry and Neurology in the UAE and has obtained a special license for the General Civil Aviation Authorities. He was an official speaker and lecturer at multiple conferences in the UAE.