Joyce Nguyen
Mental Health Professional
Washington, District of Columbia
6 years of experience
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About me

I am a Brown and Georgetown-trained psychiatrist with a special interest in treating mood and anxiety disorders in adults. As a physician, I believe that treating the whole person and promoting wellness can increase the joy in one's life. I have expertise in treating women’s mental health throughout the reproductive life cycle using medications, psychotherapy, and lifestyle modifications. By giving evidence-based recommendations informed by research, I help women make the best decisions for themselves and their families. Similarly, I enjoy working with young adults as they navigate the many life transitions that come with adulthood.

Certification and training

Medical Doctor (2017)

Credentials
MD
Specialties
Anxiety and Depression Building Healthy Communication Evidence-Based Care Evidence-Based Therapy Grief and Loss Life Transitions Mental Health Mood Disorders Perinatal and Infant Loss Perinatal Anxiety and Depression Perinatal Mood Disorders Postpartum Depression Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Preconception Pregnancy Complications Pregnancy Loss Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum Therapy Psychiatry Psychodynamic Approaches Psychotherapy Reproductive Mental Health Strengths-Based Therapy Stress Management Telehealth
Languages

English

Service introduction

My medical expertise is informed by the diverse settings in which I have practiced psychiatry. This includes women’s mental health programs, intensive outpatient programs, emergency departments, inpatient psychiatric units, academic specialty medical centers, and college counseling centers. I see adults - ages 18 to 65 - of all genders. Having completed psychiatry residency in Washington, DC, I have worked with adults from all walks of life. In particular, the reproductive period is a time that is characterized by hormonal flux and significant social role change. I am experienced in treating women with symptoms, stressors, or concerns while navigating the changes across a woman’s reproductive cycle.