Dr. Tracey Marks is a seasoned psychiatrist and influential mental health advocate with over 25 years of clinical experience. Throughout her extensive career, she has treated thousands of patients, showcasing a diverse expertise that extends well beyond her notable work with ADHD. With unwavering commitment, Dr. Marks has pursued continuous training and education, consistently evolving her understanding of mental health and its intricate connections.
Dr. Marks received her medical degree from the University of Florida and subsequently completed her psychiatry residency at the New York Presbyterian Hospital, Cornell Campus. Armed with dual board certification in general psychiatry and forensic psychiatry, she has cultivated a respected reputation in mood disorders, excelling in the intricate interplay between mental health and sleep.
Authoring influential books such as Master Your Sleep, Bipolar Basics and Why Am I So Anxious?, Dr. Marks has solidified her position as a thought leader in the mental health landscape. With empathetic insights, she empowers readers to understand and navigate complex conditions while emphasizing the importance of self-care and mental well-being.
Dr. Marks’ impact extends to her YouTube channel, where her engaging videos provide over a million subscribers with expert knowledge distilled into accessible content. By bridging the gap between clinical insights and public understanding, she dispels stigmas surrounding mental health and fosters proactive steps toward wellness.
With an enduring commitment to her field and a global audience, Dr. Tracey Marks remains an invaluable resource in both her local community of Atlanta, Georgia, and the broader mental health sphere.
Financial: Tracey Marks maintains a private practice and receives royalties as a published author. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Tracey Marks is a member of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law and the American Psychiatric Association.