Susie Wiet, MD

Susie Wiet, MD

Dr. Wiet established a small private practice in 2011 and has recently chosen to allocate her time for expansion and program development offering expertise in the overlap of psychiatry with trauma and addiction. In May 2014, Dr. Wiet founded and chairs the Trauma-Resiliency Collaborative (TRC), which is an independent forum of multi-disciplinary professionals dedicated to improving the identification of and services for those affected by violence, trauma and abuse, while advocating to build resiliency within our community and State. This parlays well with Dr. Wiet’s interest in blending mental health and primary care services through primary care integration. She has recently assumed a psychiatric consulting role with the Department of Health, Utah Clinics.

Maximizing enjoyment in life is important to Dr. Wiet. She enjoys the outdoors, creative process, reading, learning, cooking, and much more. Most importantly, she enjoys spending time with her family.

Dr. Wiet graduated from Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago, IL. She completed her residency in Adult Psychiatry then fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Utah (UofU) School of Medicine. She holds American Medical Board certifications in Adult Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine. She has established, developed and revived programs as the Medical Director for Utah’s first Assertive Community Treatment team (ACT, an intensive multi-disciplinary team to treat persons afflicted with severe mental illnesses) at Volunteers of America of Utah; Director of Psychiatry for Odyssey House of Utah (intensive long-term treatment for people with severe addictions and/or dual diagnosis); Medical Director for Summit County-Valley Mental Health, and Medical Director of Youth Partial-Hospitalization and Outpatient Programs at the UofU. Dr. Wiet remains an Adjunct Faculty member of the UofU, Department of Psychiatry and is the immediate past course director for Adolescent Addiction, a role she served for 12 years. She is a past-president of the Utah Chapter of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and invigorated participation, membership and activities.