Dr. Martins Ennitis


Dr. Martins Ennitis

Resident in narcology

Practicing in the specialty of narcology, it is important to go into the causes of addiction, paying attention to their treatment. Such a model of therapy is not always so self-evident. Stigmatization of mental illness, including addiction, is a major barrier to free client communication not only with physicians but also with friends and family. Due to prejudice and insecurity, a large part of the population avoids receiving medical help in the field of mental health. Therefore, there is an emphasis on trust, understanding and openness in the treatment process, as well as evidence-based therapies.


Riga Stradins University. Residency in the specialty of narcology in 2017 - present

Riga Stradins University, Faculty of Medicine, doctor's degree. Second level professional higher education diploma, 2017

Professional experience

Riga Psychiatry and Narcology Center, resident doctor, 2017 - present

Experience working with patients with acute psychotic, mood and neurotic spectrum disorders in a psychiatric hospital. Experience in inpatient and outpatient departments of narcology

SPKC “Advice phone for smoking cessation issues”, consultant. 2019 – 2020

Employee of the Emergency Medical Service, since 2016. Practicing doctor-trainee, 2017 – 2018

Practiced in patient care at the Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Unit of Cardiac Surgery, Children's Clinical University Hospital, 2012 - 2016.

Membership in associations

Member of the Latvian Narcological Association

Section of young psychiatrists at the Latvian Psychiatric Association

Language skills

Latvian, Russian, English and German (conversational level)

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