Frederick Stoddard, MD/PhD
Dr. Frederick Stoddard specializes in treatment resistant depression, mindfulness based treatments for anxiety/PTSD, and addiction. He utilizes a combination of intensive psychotherapy and focused medication management when appropriate. In more difficult to manage cases, Dr. Stoddard is experienced in using aggressive medication management with TCAs, MAOIs, and S-Ketamine. Therapy is a critical component of his management combining elements of psychoanalysis and CBT techniques.
Dr. Stoddard is a graduate of Cooper Medical School Department of Psychiatry. He received his MD from Temple University in 2002 and PhD from Drexel University in 2013. He received his BS from the University of California at San Diego where he studies, Biology, Cognitive Science, and Psychology. He began working in the Mental Health in 1991.
Dr. Stoddard is the Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at Psychiatric Associates of Pennsylvania with over 7 years of business experience and 3 years of administrative experience. He is responsible for organizing and creating practice guidelines and company policy. In addition he is the acting Management Accountant responsible for company finances.
Dr. Stoddard has over 10 years of grant and medical writing experience with an extensive number of peer reviewed articles and presentations. Over the last 4 years, he has been involved in forensic report writing and medico-legal research.