Dr. Hersevoort has extensive education and training in both the biological and psychological aspects of mental health. He holds undergraduate degrees in both biochemistry and clinical psychology from University of California Davis and California State University Sacramento.
He also holds a Master's in Public Health in International Health and Development from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in
Dr. Hersevoort has work experience in virtually all environments of mental health services including outpatient, inpatient, crisis, and emergency psychiatry. He is currently working at UCSF Fresno as the Director of Integrated Psychiatry. In the past 6 years, these have included consultation or teaching relationships with the inpatient services at Alta Bates, in
He has additional experience working with specialty populations including eating disorders, geriatric psychiatry, dual diagnosis, and ADHD. He has worked as a consultant to, and evaluator for, several law practices in
In September of 2013, Dr. Hersevoort became the Director of Integrated Mental Health at the Ambulatory Care Center at UCSF-Fresno. Here he works to develop and deliver psychiatric care in a primary care setting as well as educate residents in this innovative care model. In 2014 Dr. Hersevoort additionally joined the Sleep Medicine faculty at UCSF-Fresno in order to teach the behavioral aspects of insomnia care. Since joining UCSF-Fresno, Dr. Hersevoort has been a local, regional, and international speaker on psychiatry as it interfaces with overall medical care.