Anna Bay received her undergraduate degree in psychology at Washington University in St. Louis, and received her master's degree in social work at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis. Anna has 5 years of experience working in community mental health in St. Louis. Anna now works as a coordinator in the OBGYN CARE clinic, where she provides therapeutic support and case management services to patients. In her time at PBHS, Anna hopes to help bridge access to mental health care for those with co-occurring diagnoses to help improve the well-being of community members and families.
Psychiatrist, Director of Residency Rotation
Bridget Galati is a clinical psychiatrist for the Perinatal Behavioral Health Service. She is an instructor in the Department of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. As a clinical psychiatrist for the Clinic for Acceptance Recovery and Empowerment (CARE) she treats postpartum women with substance use disorders and their cooccurring psychiatric illnesses. Her clinical interests include substance use disorders, perinatal psychiatry, and adult psychiatric illnesses. Her research has been published in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Peer Recovery Coach
Kristin (Kri) is a Certified Peer Specialist who currently works on the HBCD Study and at Barnes CARE Clinic. She has her MAADC II (Missouri Associate Alcohol Drug Counselor II) and MARS (Medication Assisted Recovery Specialist) credentials and just received her CADC (Certified Alcohol and drug counselor) credential. She has worked with CARE for a few years with a former position at Gateway Foundation in the EPICC Program where she outreached clients suffering from opiate overdoses or severe withdrawal symptoms and needed hospital attention. She is very fond of participants in the CARE program needing Recovery Coach services because she remembers being in the same shoes. It's extremely important to her that she works to give them a better experience than she had. Kri is a single mom of three and has a granddaughter who is her pride and joy! Her family has two pit bulls and a cat that thinks she is the boss! She is honored to be a part of such meaningful work in the WUNDER Lab and CARE Clinic!
Michael Wenzinger is a psychiatrist for the Perinatal Behavioral Health Service and provides psychiatric and substance abuse treatment services to women during the post-partum period. He is an instructor in the Department of Psychiatry at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. In addition to this, he also functions as the Associate Director of Inpatient Psychiatric Services at Saint Louis Children's Hospital. His clinical areas of expertise include substance use disorders, child & adolescent psychiatry, and general adult psychiatry (mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic illnesses). He is published in Current Psychiatry Reports and Pharmacogenomics.
Staff Therapist, CARE Team Lead
Amaly Yossef is a licensed master social worker in Missouri; she received her clinical social work degree through Saint Louis University with a specialization in individual and family therapy. Amaly is a PBHS coordinator in the OBGYN clinic where she works passionately in the CARE program. She implements evidence based practices and provides case management for women experiencing an opioid use disorder in their pregnancy and postpartum period.