Medical Professionals

Dr. Susan Daly, MD

Dr. Susan Daly graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine, followed by Yale University School of medicine for her degree in Psychiatry, where she completed her fellowship. She is board certified in Psychiatry and Neurology.

Dr. Daly has received extra training in child and adolescent psychiatry at the Intitute of Living, as well as training in Geriatric Psychiatry at Brown University.

Dr. Daly takes the time to really understand her patients. Though she provides extensive psychiatric and medication evaluations, she really enjoys taking time to listen to her patients and their goals, family life, and hobbies. Dr. Daly sees her patients as a whole person, and does not believe in stigmatizing labels. Rather, she believes in the ability of the human brain and body to reach a level of steady healing and coping through proper medical care and psychotherapy.

Dr. Daly takes pride in remaining up to date with her continuing education, continually taking courses in psychopharmacology, genetics, and epigenetic advances in psychiatry and neurology.

Dr. Daly is warm, easy to talk to, and truly understands the human condition and the effect stress and trauma can have on the body.

She has 4 adult children she is very proud of, hobbies she enjoys, including photography and reading historical fiction, in addition to spending time with husband kayaking and visiting science museums.


Sarah Ollayos, RDN

Sarah is a registered dietitian- nutritionist who graduated from the University of Connecticut with a degree in nutritional science. After graduation, she went on to attend a 52-week intensive internship at Yale New Haven Hospital where she developed a profound understanding of how nutrition and dietary choices impact overall wellbeing. During this intensive internship, Sarah applied age and culturally appropriate medical nutrition therapy in a variety of hospital services including transplant, oncology, pediatrics, and medical intensive care units. Sarah provided service coverage in YNHH’s pediatric ICU, SICU, and general medicine services. She received the award for Outstanding Dietetic Intern of the year from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics in April 2018 and continues to apply what she learned from this important experience into how she treats patients every day.

Sarah has experience working with adults, adolescents and teenagers in both the inpatient and outpatient setting. She truly believes that the health of an individual is largely dependent on dietary choices and she has seen first-hand how nutrition can be used as preventative medicine.

Sarah specializes in clinical nutrition and uses medical nutrition therapy to treat chronic illnesses such as diabetes, Crohn’s disease, and IBS. Working in acute care has provided her with the opportunity to help people during their most difficult moments. Sarah sees each person as an individual, and is sensitive to dietary limitations, concerns, and the way nutrition can influence mental and physical health. Sarah operates using the HAES model (health at every size) and believes health is achieved through education and balance.


Jennifer Landolt, APRN

Jennifer Landolt, APRN, is a prescribing psychiatric nurse practitioner who graduated from New York University. She spent the first 11 yrs of her psychiatric practitioner career working at Bellevue Hospital in NYC. During her time in NYC, Jennifer established and created a depression care team for adults, which focused on psychiatric and addiction patient support, allowing a collaborative environment where psychiatric clinicians and primary care physicians could work together to assess and treat patients in a multi-cultural, collaborative, patient centered environment.

Jennifer continues to enjoy working in a collaborative environment, seeing the patient as a whole person and consulting with other treating providers to ensure thorough care. She enjoys working with patients across the life span, including young adults, adults, and the geriatric population. In addition to her work in private practice, Jennifer provides assessments and medication evaluations for the geratric population within various nursing home settings. She brings a vast amount of experience with her, including the work she has completed within various environments - inpatient hospitals, outpatient offices, group homes, nursing homes and in home care.

Accustomed to treating many unique cases, Jennifer takes a great interest in her patients, and sees every client as an opportunity to help someone. She assesses clients based on their biology, psychology, and social influences. Jennifer enjoys taking time to listen to a patient's story, history, and current physical health, with the goal of working with the patient to gain relief from symptoms. Jennifer aims to provide psychoeducation to clients so they may learn about their symptoms and ways they can actively reduce distress and create coping skills, in order to live a healthy, well-rounded life.



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