Daniel Fisher is a person who has recovered from schizophrenia. He was hospitalized several times prior to becoming a psychiatrist and is one of the few psychiatrists in the country who openly discusses his recovery from mental illness. He received his AB. from Princeton University, his Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of Wisconsin, and his M.D. from George Washington University. He was a neurochemical researcher at the National Institute of Mental Health and is a board certified psychiatrist who completed his residency at Harvard Medical School. In addition to his position as Co-Director at the National Empowerment Center, Inc., he is a staff psychiatrist at Eastern Middlesex Outpatient Center, Riverside in Wakefield, MA.
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