Chicago, IL - Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Matthew Brown as Chief Medical Officer. Dr. Brown brings more than 10 years of experience to Trilogy, as a physician, psychiatrist and thought leader in the area of mental health technology. He is double board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, holds an MBA in healthcare leadership, and prides giving back to the community via public education and his work with nonprofit organizations.
In his private practice, Dr. Brown takes a whole-person approach to mental wellbeing placing an emphasis on lifestyle, supplements and technology to promote true healing and minimize the use of pharmaceuticals. The philosophy complements Trilogy's own belief that individuals are capable of making decisions in their own best interests when provided with accurate knowledge, a variety of recovery options and support. Furthermore, Dr. Brown's previous experience with clients in early childhood through adulthood positions him as a great resource among Trilogy's leadership and in the development of Impact, the organization's newest program, serving youth and adolescents throughout Chicago.
"I am thrilled to be joining the team at Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare," says Dr. Brown. "I look forward to working as a team to improve communication and collaborative care between all of our departments, not just the medical team, to most effectively utilize the unique resources available at Trilogy. I believe that together we can provide the support our clients need to identify their own inner-strengths and move forward on a path towards wellness."
John Mayes, President and CEO of Trilogy said, “We waited a long time for the right candidate to come along and we were very careful to select someone who shares our vision of fully integrated health care. We firmly believe we have found an ideal fit with Matt.”
Dr. Brown is an accomplished author and presenter having been published in peer reviewed journals and book chapters. He has presented at conferences worldwide on the topics of trauma, attachment, and the role of psychedelic substances as medicine. Dr. Brown also maintains a high level of engagement with the community by devoting part of his time to public education, working with Students for a Sensible Drug Policy, and as Co-Founder of the Meetup Group Psychedelics and the Future of Psychiatry.