Gurjot Marwah, M.D. is a board certified psychiatrist who has maintained a successful private practice in Tempe, Arizona since 2001. She has been an Arizona resident since 1996. She finished her residency in Psychiatry from Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix and is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Prior to living in Arizona, she has resided in Chicago, San Francisco and New York. She graduated from Government Medical College in Amritsar, India with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS).
She is skilled and experienced in the diagnosis and treatment of diverse mental illnesses, such as depression,schizophrenia, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD and OCD. She works with her patients to help them make lifestyle changes to manage their symptoms. If further treatment is needed, she will then determine whether medication may be needed or helpful to them. She coordinates her patients care closely with their primary care physicians and is dedicated to her work in providing the best care possible to help her patients reach their life goals both mentally and physically.
Dr. Marwah serves on the Emeritus Executive Board of New Pathways for Youth, a local non-profit organization that helps troubled inner city youth connect with mentors to help transform their lives, excel in school and significantly improve relationships with family members. She volunteers her time to provide guidance to the program, to build self esteem and leadership skills in the at risk youth as well as increase their school attendance.
Dr. Gurjot Marwah is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Arizona School of Medicine, Phoenix Arizona. She teaches psychiatry to medical students.
Dr. Marwah is the past President of Arizona Psychiatric Society, the state society of Arizona psychiatrists. She coordinates the different events and programs as well as actively participates in the legislative decisions for the society. She is also a member of the American Psychiatric Association, Arizona Sikh Medical Association and American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin.
She is passionate about raising mental health awareness throughout Arizona, specifially amongst college students at Arizona State University where she has closely collaborated with the Counseling Center since 1997.
Dr. Marwah has been elected to serve as one of two Arizona Representatives to the American Psychiatric Association Assembly and participates in the APA governing and practice guideline decisions along with advocating for mental health.