Cynthia B. Stevens, MD is a psychiatrist and graduate psychoanalyst certified in psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and in psychoanalysis by the Board of Professional Standards of the American Psychoanalytic Association. She is a cum laude graduate of Georgetown University School of Medicine. She completed her medical internship and first year of residency training at The Georgetown University Medical Center and her final two years of residency training at The George Washington University Medical Center, where she was named the Chief Resident for Outpatient Services during her final year of training. Dr. Stevens holds an appointment as a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at The George Washington University Medical in Washington, DC, where she also supervises and teaches in addition to her clinical work.
Dr. Stevens brings many years of experience as a psychotherapist, consultant, and teacher to her practice. Since 1989 she has been in clinical practice, providing direct patient care as well as resident, medical student, and peer teaching and supervision. Her areas of clinical expertise and interest are personality development, life change issues and stressors, and identity development as well as in anxiety and depressive disorders. She has been nationally recognized for her outstanding contributions to medical student and resident education and has been awarded the Golden Apple Award for Outstanding Contributions to Residency Teaching and Education four times.
Dr. Stevens has a long standing love of the outdoors. She has hiked and climbed in the Wind River Mountains and in many of the major mountain ranges of the world. She is a member of the Wilderness Medical Society, The American Psychoanalytic Association, the American Psychiatric Association and the Wyoming Medical Society. Dr. Stevens was inducted into the Academy of Wildernss Medicine as a Fellow in 2011.