Hugh Humphery, MD, is a child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist and a holistic practitioner who believes in each individual's ability to improve themselves. His work is characterized by compassion, collaboration, and hope. Dr. Humphery uses a whole body approach to optimizing clients’ mental health, and draws upon a variety of tools to help his clients move forward in their lives.
Dr. Humphery offers integrative psychiatric care for children, adolescents, and adults at South Florida Integrative Medicine. He is experienced in treating a wide range of diagnoses including: attention difficulties, poor memory, depression, mania, anxiety, substance use, disordered eating, and personality disorders.
Upon graduating from Drexel University School of Medicine, Dr. Humphery completed his general psychiatry residency and child/adolescent subspecialty fellowship training at Duke University. He also has specialized training in alternative therapies including functional medicine, acupuncture, mindfulness, neurofeedback, and nutrition.
Dr. Humphery worked with Florida International University’s (FIU) Center for Children and Families from 2010-2018, conducting research in ADHD, mood disorders, and substance use disorders. He was the Center’s Medical Director from 2014-2018. Additionally, he served as Medical Director for Family Recovery Specialists, a substance abuse center in Miami, from 2012-2016. Presently, Dr. Humphery maintains his affiliation with FIU as a Voluntary Research Faculty member and periodically teaches medical and psychology students.
Dr. Humphery is bilingual and provides services in English and Spanish.
We believe in a whole-person approach to providing mental health care, and will work with you to develop a personalized wellness plan.