Nina Sreshta, MD

Psychiatrist and Psychotherapist
Cambridge MA
I offer only virtual appointments at this time. I see patients for primarily psychotherapy. My style is eclectic and based on the client’s needs, borrowing from acceptance and commitment therapy, mindfulness based cognitive therapy, and psychodynamic therapy. I prescribe psychiatric medication when needed. I see medication as a tool; one of many, in the pathway to healing. I offer psychedelic integration and pre-ritual counseling that is nonjudgmental, curious and compassionate.
Dr. Sreshta is a board-certified psychiatrist working in a Massachusetts-based private practice where she sees patients mainly for psychotherapy, including for psychedelic integration and pre- and post-ritual counseling. She also prescribes medication if needed. Dr. Sreshta has been a passionate advocate for considering the social and environmental determinants of mental health. She has completed many pro-bono psychological evaluations for asylum seekers and has published and presented at national meetings on the need for more involvement of psychiatrists in this area. She spent a year from 2018-2019 in rural Rwanda working with Partners In Health (PIH) in collaboration with the Harvard Medical School Department of Global Health and Social Medicine as a global mental health delivery fellow. In Rwanda she worked clinically and programmatically in growing the mental health services in a rural and remote district in northern Rwanda. She completed a consultation-liaison psychiatry fellowship at Cambridge Health Alliance, Harvard Medical School in 2020, where she specialized in the psychiatric care of hospitalized patients. During this year she worked in an OB/GYN clinic at Cambridge Health Alliance were she treated peripartum women with mental illness and helped facilitate a mother’s mental health group. She has also helped facilitate groups for physicians and mental health professionals experiencing burnout, and stress. Bonus: She loves being in nature, spending time with friends and family, doing yoga, cooking vegetarian meals, and practicing psychotherapy.
Psychotherapy Medication management Individual virtual visits