Robert Feeley M.D., M.A.

Dr. Robert Feeley from Calabasas Behavioral Health

In the treatment of addiction, he utilizes pharmacological approaches (including suboxone) as well as non-pharmacological approaches including auricular acupuncture, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and 12-step facilitation.

An Individualized Solution

“I aim to view a condition through multiple lenses before choosing the best, most individualized solution. It is a great privilege to walk alongside clients, to hear their stories, and to establish a close alliance and trust during vulnerable periods in life. I am excited by this work and being of service to my clients is immensely important to me. “

Science Meets Spirituality

“I am interested in the intersection of psychiatry and spirituality. I am a meditation instructor and have found that meditation is an invaluable asset in maintaining presence, careful listening, and compassion. I am on the physician advisory board, as well as an instructor for, Advanced Physician Wellness – an organization which teaches meditation to physicians to prevent burnout, enhance resiliency, promote well-being, and better manage stress.”

Licensure and Certification
Education and Training
Professional Experience
Leadership and Activities
Publications and Presentations

Mood Disorders, including Major Depression and Bipolar Disorder

Anxiety Disorders, including Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Addiction Disorders

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Suboxone Treatment

Licensure and Certification

2017    BrainsWay Deep TMS Certification

2017    Medical License and DEA, State of CA

2016    Board Certified Adult Psychiatry

2016    Medical License and DEA, State of CT

2016    Buprenorphine and Naloxone (Suboxone) X-license

Education and Training

Graduate of Amherst College & Boston University School of Medicine

Yale Psychiatry Residency
Chief Resident

Yale Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship

Yale New Haven Hospital, Yale School of Medicine & West Haven Veterans (VA) Hospital
Psychiatric Resident and Addiction Fellow, 2012-2017

Massachusetts General Hospital Clinical Research Center (CRC)

Psychiatric Neuroimaging Research Program, Martinos Center

Massachusetts General Hospital
Research Coordinator and Clinical Analyst, Pediatric Psychopharmacology, 2004-2006

Professional Experience

Calabasas Behavioral Health
Calabasas, CA
Attending Psychiatrist

Yale New Haven Hospital, Yale School of Medicine &West Haven Veterans (VA) Hospital
Psychiatric Resident and Addiction Fellow

Massachusetts General Hospital Clinical Research Center (CRC)

Psychiatric Neuroimaging Research Program, Martinos Center

Massachusetts General Hospital
Research Coordinator and Clinical Analyst, Pediatric Psychopharmacology

Leadership and Activities

Advanced Physician Wellness, Physician Advisory Board
An organization which offers an evidence-based wellness program providing physicians and healthcare organizations tools to manage chronic stress, enhance resiliency, and promote well-being

Back to the Source Podcast: The Yoga of Recovery

Yale Psychiatry Wellness Initiative (YPWI)
Implemented the first residency program wellness initiative

Art of Living Happiness Program Instructor (2009-present)
 An evidence-based breathing and meditation program to help individuals reduce stress; taught at Harvard, MIT, Babson, Yale School of Medicine

Publications and Presentations


Feeley RJ, Arnaout B, Yoon G. Effective switch from clozapine to aripiprazole in treatment-resistant schizophrenia and comorbid alcohol use disorder. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology. 2017; 37(6):729-730.

Feeley RJ, Moore DA, Wilkins K, Fuehrlein B. Medical student attitudes towards addiction: the implementation of a novel addiction curriculum in the psychiatric emergency room. Academic Psychiatry. 2018; 42(2): 304-308.

Feeley RJ, Ross DA. The creation and implementation of a wellness initiative in a large adult psychiatry residency program. Academic Psychiatry. 2016; 40(1): 100-104.

Biederman J, Petty C, Faraone SV, Henin A, Hirshfeld-Becker D, Pollack MH, de Figueiredo S, Feeley R, Rosenbaum JF.Effects of parental anxiety disorders in children at high risk for panic disorder: a controlled study. J Affect Disord. 2006;94(1-3):191-7.

Traish AM, Feeley RJ, Guay AT. Testosterone Therapy in Women with Gynecological and Sexual Disorders: A Triump of Clinical Endocrinology from 1938 to 2008. J Sex Med. 2009; 6(2):334-51.

Traish AM, Guay AT, Feeley R, Saad F. The Dark Side of Testosterone Deficiency: I. Metabolic Syndrome & Erectile Dysfunction. J Androl. 2009;30(1):10-22.

Traish AM, Feeley RJ, Guay AT. The Dark Side of Testosterone Deficiency: III. Cardiovascular Disease. J Androl. 2009; 30(5):477-94.

Feeley RJ, Saad F, Guay A, Traish AM. Testosterone in Men’s Health: A new role for an old hormone. J Men’s Health. 2009;6(3):169-176.

Feeley RJ, Traish AM. Obesity and Erectile Dysfunction: Is androgen deficiency the common link? Transworld Scientific Journal. 2009; 27;9:676-84.

Traish AM, Feeley RJ, Guay A. Mechanisms of Obesity & Related Pathologies: Androgen Deficiency and Endothelial Dysfunction may be the link between Erectile Dysfunction and Obesity. FEBS. 2009;276(20):5755- 67.