Reyering, Sally, MD

Distinguished Fellow
American Psychiatric Association

Assistant Clinical Professor
Department of Psychiatry
Tufts University School of Medicine


Dr. Reyering is a psychiatrist with over 25 years’ experience in community psychiatry. She currently serves as co-Principal Investigator with Dr. Eden Evins on the PCORI-funded Integrated Smoking Cessation for Individuals with Serious Mental Illness, which will bring evidence based treatment for smoking cessation established by Dr. Evins into a large publicly funded community mental health system.

Dr. Reyering most recently served as the Medical Director of Mental Health Services at Bay Cove Human Services, one of the tow community service providers in which the PCORI project is based. As Medical Director, Dr. Reyering functioned as a key member of the leadership team and as the primary clinical and risk consultant for 1050 Department of Mental Health (DMH) clients served by the Bay Cove Community Based Flexible Support (CBFS) teams. Dr. Reyering was also the Medical Director of the Gill Clinic at Bay Cove which provides psychopharmacology treatment for over 300 CBFS clients and where she supervised Tufts psychiatry residents as an assistant professor of Tufts Medical School.

Prior to coming to Bay Cove, Dr. Reyering worked in the state medical director’s office in Massachusetts (MA) DMH where she chaired health and wellness initiatives for the department in the areas of smoking cessation, nutrition, and exercise and became a local leader and national speaker on health and wellness issues. She served on numerous MA statewide initiatives, committees and boards in DMH, the Department of Public Health, and the MA Executive Office of Health and Human Services to roll-out Medicare Part D for DMH and work on topics of mental health research, safe psychopharmacology practices, nutrition, cardiovascular health, diabetes, substance abuse, medical error reduction, and other projects.