Dr. Andreas Sidiropoulos
Ann Arbor, MI
Term Expires: September 30, 2025
Dr. Andreas Sidiropoulos is a Board Certified Psychiatrist, specializing in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Addiction Psychiatry. He received his MD degree from the University of Münster Medical School in Münster, Germany, and also has his PhD in medical psychology. After completing his residency and a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at the University of Michigan Health System, he began his work as a psychiatrist in private practice.
Dr. Sidiropoulos is also currently a Clinical Associate Professor at Michigan State University, an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor at The University of Michigan, the Medical Director at Guiding Harbor, a non-profit organization that provides child caring and child placement services for abused and neglected children, and the attending psychiatrist at Girlstown Foundation, a Guiding Harbor program that offers therapeutic residential care for girls ranging from12 to 17 years of age referred for emotional and/or behavioral problems that impact their ability to live in the community.
Dr. Sidiropoulos also works as an Adult, Child, Addiction Psychiatrist and Telepsychiatrist at Muskegon Community Mental Health, where he is also the Director of Medical Student Education. He acts as a faculty mentor for AMOpportunities, which connects international medical trainees and schools with U.S. clinical experiences. Dr. Sidiropoulos has served as an expert witness in multiple court cases, and works as a psychiatrist and addictionist with the State Bar of Michigan’s Lawyers and Judges Assistance Program and the State of Michigan’s Health Professional Recovery Program. He also frequently provides presentations and lectures all across the country at hospitals, mental health facilities, and clinics on the topics of major depression, schizophrenia, psychosis, bipolar disorder, addiction, ADHD, opioid dependence, and pharmacogenomics.
Dr. Sidiropoulos was appointed by the Michigan Supreme Court to serve as a non-lawyer member of the Attorney Discipline Board for a three-year term, ending September 30, 2025.