Rocco Iannucci, M.D. is an addiction psychiatrist specializing in treatment of adults with serious substance use disorders and those with co-occurring conditions such as anxiety, depression, trauma, and bipolar disorder.  After graduating from Yale Medical School in 2002, he completed psychiatric residency at Massachusetts General and McLean Hospitals. He served as chief resident in addiction psychiatry and assistant director of residency training at McLean Hospital before completing subspecialty training in the treatment of substance use disorders at Harvard Medical School.  His clinical work has largely focused on the care of people with severe or treatment-refractory conditions in intensive treatment settings.  He is currently director of the McLean Fernside treatment program, a faculty member at Harvard Medical School, and oversees the McLean Fernside training program in addiction psychology.

Rocco and Alisa, his wife of 15 years, are blessed with two children ages 9 and 6.  They moved to Sterling from the Berkshires in 2012, attend St. Richard’s Church, and love the family-friendly environment they have found here.  They enjoy music, reading, and travel.