Alican Dalkilic, MD
Alican Dalkilic, MD
We are pleased that Dr. Alican Dalkilic has brought his practice of psychiatry to The Temenos Center for several hours each week. We believe that Dr. Dalkilic’s extensive professional experience and training as well as his kind and thoughtful manner are an excellent complement to the services we offer at The Temenos Center.
Dr. Dalkilic has been a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology since 2000 and has been practicing psychiatry in New Jersey and the Greater Philadelphia area. He has specialized in the treatment of eating, anxiety, and depressive disorders, ADHD, and psychopharmacology. He has been a site psychiatrist at The Renfrew Center sites in Radnor, PA, and Mt. Laurel, NJ, and is now accepting patients at The Temenos Center.
Dr. Dalkilic graduated from Yale University School of Medicine Psychiatry Residency Training Program in 1999 and is a graduate of Marmara University School of Medicine, Istanbul. He started Master of Public Health (MPH) training at Yale University School of Public Health and obtained his MPH degree from George Washington University in 2002. He was selected and participated in the 2008 Future Leaders in Psychiatry Program organized by Emory University while he was working at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. Dr. Dalkilic has presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Psychiatric Association and been an invited speaker at international psychopharmacology conferences. He has published in peer reviewed journals and taught and trained residents and medical students besides conducting clinical trials. He has treated hundreds of individuals with psychiatric conditions and consulted on complex and treatment resistant cases.
Dr. Dalkilic also publishes useful information for readers at www.drdal.com. He has the clinical knowledge and skills, expertise and experience to assess and address psychiatric conditions and develop and implement comprehensive treatment plans for emotional and behavioral problems to help patients and their families. He aims to provide the highest possible quality health care available for each client and believes a physician should constantly strive to improve the physical, mental, social, and spiritual health of his clients.