Caryn L. Stoller, MD

Double Board Certified Psychiatrist in General Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in independent practice, experienced in the comprehensive evaluation, psychopharmacologic and therapeutic treatment of children, adolescents and adults with a broad range of difficulties, including mood disorders, obsessive compulsive disorders, attention and behavioral issues, school avoidance, eating disorders, substance abuse and trauma.

Dr. Stoller completed medical school at Rush Medical College, residency in General Psychiatry at Northwestern University and a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at The University of Illinois. She has worked in community mental health, private practice and as the Medical Director at Rosecrance’s recovery homes for adolescents with substance abuse and underlying mental health issues. Dr. Stoller has published and lectured in her field on many topics such as adolescent research and self-image, addiction, trauma and social anxiety. She has over 20 years of experience doing comprehensive evaluations and both psychopharmacological and therapeutic treatment (individual, family and group therapy) for all ages. She is trained in multiple therapeutic modalities including play, talk, supportive and cognitive behavioral therapy. Her collaborative approach with others, including physicians, therapists and schools, allow her to be most effective. Dr. Stoller thrives on helping her patients and their families achieve their goals.