Brian Moore, MD, MPH

Board-Certified Psychiatrist located in Chapel Hill, NC

About Dr. Moore

Brian Moore, MD, MPH, is a Board-certified general psychiatrist at Carolina Wellness Psychiatry, PLLC, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He specializes in treating a wide range of age groups, from college students to older adults, with a focus on mood disorders, anxiety disorders, relationship struggles, and helping patients work through difficult life transitions.

Dr. Moore is a long-time resident of Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He completed medical school and general psychiatry residency at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill. During his medical training, he also earned a Master of Public Health degree. He continues to receive advanced training through the Psychoanalytic Center of the Carolinas, also in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. 

Dr. Moore bases his treatment philosophy on partnering with his patients and considering both biological and psychological facets of experience. He aims to provide treatment that promotes self-discovery and insight, explores barriers to wellness, and uses psychotherapy with or without medication to achieve each patient’s treatment goals.

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Brian Moore, MD, MPH, is a Board-certified general psychiatrist at Carolina Wellness Psychiatry, PLLC, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He specializes in treating a wide range of age groups, from college students to older adults, with a focus on mood disorders, anxiety disorders, relationship struggles, and helping patients work through difficult life transitions.

Dr. Moore is a long-time resident of Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He completed medical school and general psychiatry residency at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine in Chapel Hill. During his medical training, he also earned a Master of Public Health degree. He continues to receive advanced training through the Psychoanalytic Center of the Carolinas, also in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. 

Dr. Moore bases his treatment philosophy on partnering with his patients and considering both biological and psychological facets of experience. He aims to provide treatment that promotes self-discovery and insight, explores barriers to wellness, and uses psychotherapy with or without medication to achieve each patient’s treatment goals.


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