Tricia Eshleman Latimer, MD (she/her)

Medication Management

Treats individuals ages 18 and up

Specialties: mood disorders, bipolar disorder, depression, postpartum depression, premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), ADHD, schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), eating disorders

As a psychiatric resident physician, I’m passionate about helping individuals overcome their mental health challenges using a multi-faceted approach. Whether your challenges are with mood, anxiety, or attention, I want to offer you a holistic approach integrating thoughtful and evidence-based medication and lifestyle recommendations to help you on your personal healing journey. Recognizing the mind and body are not separate from each other but intimately intertwined.

By listening to your story, your experiences, and your unique medical background, I want you to feel empowered to share in the decision-making process regarding medications. During our first appointment together, we will focus on your background and your goals for your mental health as well as discuss if labs or further tests are needed. We will also discuss if/what medications are needed and prescribe them for you if we agree that is the route you’d like to go.  We may also discuss lifestyle changes that might help you with your unique challenges.

I attended Bluffton University, a small liberal arts university, for my undergraduate training, where I obtained a Bachelor’s of Arts in chemistry. Following this, I went to medical school at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and ended up staying to do the adult psychiatry portion of my residency training.

While in my adult training, I learned the nuances of diagnosing mental health conditions as well as learning about other medical conditions that can contribute to or worsen one's mental health. I also learned how to thoughtfully use psychotropic medications and how to use multiple modalities of psychotherapy. I have also learned lifestyle changes that can improve one's mental health such as exercise and nutritional therapy.

I will be a board-eligible psychiatrist in July 2024. Currently, I'm also working to get credentialed in child and adolescent psychiatry at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center to continue to enhance my own knowledge of prenatal development and child/adolescent development.


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