Kavita Jagarlamudi, M.D.

Emergency Contacts

 

Online Crisis Chat

Crisis Text Line

 
  • Text HOME to 741741
 

CrisisLink

 
  • 703-527-4077
 

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

 
  • 988
  • 800-273-8255
 

Mason Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence Crisis Line

 
  • 703-380-1434
 

The Steve Fund (for students of color)

 
  • Text STEVE to 741741
 

Trans Lifeline (for the trans community)

 
  • 877-565-8860
 

The Trevor Project's TrevorLifeline (for LGBTQ+ students)

 
  • 866-488-7386
 

Veterans Crisis Line (for Veterans)

 
  • 800-273-8255, Press 1
 

Mason Police

 
  • 703-993-2810
 

Assistant Director, Psychiatric Services

Dr. Jagarlamudi is a licensed psychiatrist in the Commonwealth of Virginia and is Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Psychiatry. She is also a member of the American Psychiatric Association. Dr. Jagarlamudi received her B.A. in Psychology from Creighton University and her M.D. from American University of the Caribbean. After medical school, Dr. Jagarlamudi completed her Psychiatry Residency training at Temple University Hospital and served as Chief Resident during her final year of training. Prior to coming to Mason, she completed a fellowship in Student Mental Health at The University of Chicago. Dr. Jagarlamudi has worked in a number of clinical settings including university counseling centers, inpatient hospitals, and psychiatric emergency rooms. She believes treatment can come in a variety of formats including medication, psychotherapy, lifestyle modification, or a combination of all. Dr. Jagarlamudi draws on a variety of psychotherapeutic techniques including interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, and insight-oriented to bring the best of each modality into the therapeutic relationship and to complement the use of medications. Dr. Jagarlamudi also believes that medication management works best in combination with psychotherapy. Her professional and clinical interests include treating mood disorders, anxiety disorders, emotional and identity development concerns, and multicultural issues. Services provided at CAPS include psychiatric assessments, medication management, and crisis intervention.