1010 Cass St Ste C3
Monterey, California 93940
Phone: (831) 205-1425
Fax: (831) 372-5452
San Jose, CA:
841 Blossom Hill Rd Ste 209
San Jose, California 95123
Phone: (408) 532-5582
Fax: (408) 226-3635
Dr. Duke Fisher took his Undergraduate Training at Indiana University and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from that institution. He completed his Medical Training at Indiana University School of Medicine. He took his Psychiatric Training at UCLA School of Medicine and contributed articles to several publications including textbooks, regarding the complications, and treatment of hallucinogenic drug use. Dr. Fisher also conducted a research inpatient unit for the United States Navy for Substance Abuse.
Dr. Fisher was the Director of inpatient treatment, focusing on the treatment of posttraumatic stress issues at an inpatient setting in Southern California and also is a member of the Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society and Institute. He is also a member of the American Psychoanalytic Association.
Dr. Fisher is currently in practice in Monterey and San Jose, California and focuses on the treatment of depression, bipolar illness, and attention deficit disorder issues in both adults and children. He has also testified before the United States Senate on the problems of substance abuse. Dr. Fisher currently is involved in primarily medication management in both his San Jose and Monterey offices. He works with various outpatient therapists in this regard.
Charter Behavioral Hospital, San jose, California 1995- Present
Oakcreek Hospital, San jose, California 1992-1994
Private Practice- Psychiatry & Psychoanalysis
Child, Adolescent and Adult 1970-Present
Staff Psychiatrist- Naval Hospital
Oakland, California 1968-1970
Neuropsychiatric Institute 1965-1968
Residence in Psychiatry
UCLA School of Medicine
Internship- Saint Mary's Hospital
San Francisco, California 1964-1965
M.D.- Indiana University School of Medicine
Indianapolis, Indiana 1960-1964
A.B.- Indiana University
Bloomington, Indiana 1957-1961
- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology 1970
- Testimony on the LSD problem to the U.S. Sub-Committee on Narcotics (The Senate judiciary Committee to Investigate Delinquency). Chairman, Sen. Thomas Dodd (Washington, D.C., May 10 and August 2, 1966, San Francisco, California).
- Advisor to Educators Conference, State of California, Department of justice, Atty. Gen. Thomas J. Lynch presiding, May 10 and August 2, 1966, San Francisco, California.
- Presentation to Northern California Educators Conference on Drug Abuse, Department of justice, Atty. Gen. Thomas J. Lynch presiding October 25, 1966, San Francisco, California.
- Consultant to California State Senate judiciary Committee on the Problem of Drug Abuse in California, October 27, 1967.
- Former Director of Post-Traumatic Stress Unit 1981-1986
- COURTESY- Del Amo Hospital, Torrance, California 1976-Present
- "LSD: Research and joyride", (with J. Thomas Ungerleider, M.D., co-author), The Nation Magazine, May 16, 1966 pp 574-576
- "The dangers of LSD", (with J. Thomas Ungerleider, M.D., co-author), ].A.M.A., 197:389-392. August, 1968
- Abstract of article in Science News, September 8, 1966
- Summary of article in American Medical Association and Associated Press National News Release, September 8, 1966
- Abstract of article in Medical Digest
- Abstract of article in Psychosomatics
- Review of article in Digest of Neurology and Psychiatry 34:362. October, 1966
- "Frequency of Hallucinogenic Drug Use and It's Implications", October 1967, Vol. 16 No.1, in The journal of the American College Health Association
- "The Problems of LSD and Emotional Disorder", (with J. Thomas Ungerleider, M.D., co-author),
- California Medicine, 106:210-211, March 1967
- Chapter of Book- "The Problems and Potential of LSD", C.C. Thomas, publisher, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
- "LSD Today", (with J. Thomas Ungerleider, M.D., co-author), Medical Digest, 13:33-42:67
- "The Bad Trip- The Etiology of the Adverse LSD Reaction", (with J. Thomas Ungerleider, M.D., Marielle Fuller and Alex Caldwell, PhD.) American journal of Psychiatry.
- Summary article (this paper was presented at the American Psychiatric Association National Convention in Detroit, Mich., May, 1967), in Psychiatric Progress, 2:2 & 6:19 (June 7, #65)
- Summary article in Medical Tribune & Medical News, 6:24:1967 (June 7, #65)
- Compilation of material for Chapter 5 of"LSD" in Drug Abuse- A Source Book and Guide for Teachers, [with). Thomas Ungerleider, M.D., co-author), California Office of State Printing, Sacramento, California 1967 Chapter on LSD Effects in "1967 CAMPER Conference Proceedings", [with). Thomas Ungerleider, M.D.), published by California Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation Executive Board
- Chapter on LSD Effects in Masserman's Current Psychiatric Therapies, Vol. 7, 1967, N.Y., Grune and Stratton, publisher
- "Discussion on LSD and Statistics on the Users of Other Dangerous Drugs, Narcotics and Alcohol in the United States", Part IV in College Conference on LSD and Other Drugs, California Attorney General Office, October 25, 1966
- "LSD and Marijuana Use on College Campuses", The Narcotic Rehabilitation Act of 1968- Hearings before the 89th Congress (U.S. Senate Sub-Committee of the judiciary). january- july 1966, United States Government Printing Service, Washington, D.C., pp. 353-375
- Chapter on LSD in "1967 Pacific Coast Health Association Proceedings" published by Pacific Coast Health Association
- "Hallucinogenic Drugs and Their Psychiatric Implications", The New Physician, May, 1978, Vol. 17, No.5 pp. 105-111
- "Medical Management of Drug Dependency", J.A.M.A.
- "Marijuana and Sex"- journal of the lllinois State Medical Society
- "LSD for Science and Kicks", Mind Drugs- Today and Tomorrow, ed. By Mrs. Margaret Hyde, McGraw- Hill
- "The Bad Trip- A Statistical Survey of Adverse Reactions to LSD in Los Angeles County from july 1, 1966 to january 1, 1968, [with). Thomas Ungerleider, M.D., Stephen Goldsmith, M.D., and Marielle Fuller, PhD.