Ashley Weiss, DO
Dr. Ashley Weiss, DO, MPH is a child and adolescent psychiatrist who has a wide range of clinical and academic interests. She completed her medical education at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Bradenton Florida in 2008 and her psychiatry residency as well as her child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Tulane University in 2013. Dr. Weiss developed and founded the Early Psychosis Intervention Clinic (EPIC-NOLA) in August 2015, which is focused on providing comprehensive care for adolescents and young adults experiencing their first episode of psychosis associated with emergence of severe mental illnesses, mainly the schizophrenia-spectrum disorders. In parallel to the EPIC-NOLA clinic, she also launched CALM-Clear Answers to Louisiana Mental Health in Spring 2016. CALM is a psychosis early detection campaign aimed at increasing community awareness of psychosis, debunking myths surrounding psychosis, and fundraising to enhance activities for those in treatment for first-episode psychosis. Currently, as a part-time forensic psychiatry fellow, she is providing clinical care at Orleans Justice Center and Juvenile Justice Intervention Center, as well as at Eastern Louisiana Mental Health Systems. Additionally, Dr. Weiss is the Director of Medical Student Education in Psychiatry for the Tulane University School of Medicine.