Dr. Jaria Afrin Chowdhury is a licensed Psychiatrist at Alabama Psychiatry and Brookwood Baptist Medical Center. She earned her medical degree (MBBS) with distinction from Dhaka Medical College (the top medical school in Bangladesh). She completed her residency in Adult Psychiatry at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Hospital, from 2014 to 2018. Dr. Chowdhury joined Alabama Psychiatry in 2018. She has been serving as an Attending Psychiatrist at the In-patient unit at the Brookwood Baptist Medical Center. She also provides outpatient services, telemedicine service, and is now accepting patients at the Pelham location. Dr. Chowdhury is highly rated by her patients and has received excellent reviews by her patients (healhgrades.com and vitals.com etc). She has experience and expertise in treating all extensive areas of adult psychiatry, including Depression, Mood and Anxiety disorders, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia and related disorders, Personality disorder, Addiction and related disorders, and Trauma and Stressor related disorders.
“Dr. Chowdhury has been an amazing mental health provider! She is extremely easy to talk to and has made me feel very comfortable expressing my mental health concerns. She has been so helpful with my mental health journey and I’m very happy to call her my psychiatrist!”
“Dr. Chowdhury has been an amazing! She is extremely easy to talk to, very understanding and patient. She has been so helpful with adjusting my medication. She is extremely knowledgeable. ALL the staff I have spoken with have been very friendly, helpful, and patient. They have answered all my questions quick and efficiently. I did not feel rushed during appointment and she listened to my concerns. So thankful I found Dr. Chowdhury !!!”
“Dr. Chowdhury was so easy to talk to and very caring. I was worried about how she would be because this was my first visit and I have had doctors in the past who were very judgmental about things that have happened in my life. She was not judgmental at all and was very compassionate which helped me be able to open up. I really appreciate the way she treated me.”