William Guy, MD

William Guy, MD – Plymouth

Adult Psychiatry, Rehabilitation Psychiatry


Dr. William Guy is the lead psychiatrist of Perspectives Counseling Centers, Heron Ridge Associates, and Oakland Psychological Clinic.  He is also the director of transcranial magnetic stimulation services at these locations.  .   Dr. Guy earned his PhD in Experimental Pathology from Wayne State University with doctoral minors in Clinical Biochemistry and Pharmacology.   He taught as a genetics professor at Eastern Michigan University from 1989 to 2002.   His medical degree is from the University of Michigan.  Following medical school, he did several years of training in Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine at William Beaumont Hospital before switching into Psychiatry.  He completed Psychiatry residency training at Wayne State University where he also did fellowship training in functional neuroimaging.

He is concurrently employed as the Medical Director at Dearborn Pastoral Counseling Center, Dearborn, MI, and on the psychiatric staff at Perspectives of Troy Counseling Centers, Troy, MI; Easter Seals, Southfield, MI; and Botsford Hospital, Farmington Hills, MI.

• D. Medicine, University of Michigan
• Residency Training, Wayne State University Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine
• Residency Training, William Beaumont Hospital Diagnostic Radiology & Nuclear Medicine
• D. Psychiatry, Wayne State University; Psychiatry

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