Stephanie Streb, DNP, MHS, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatry and Mental Health for Children, Adolescents, and Adults

Finding a mental health provider who you are comfortable with and trust is crucial to your wellbeing. As an experienced mental health provider, Dr. Stephanie Streb thinks broadly, integrates academic knowledge, and approaches patient care with perspective. After over a decade of experience in public health programming, education, research, and management, Dr. Streb is focusing her strengths and skills one-on-one with patients.

While no one has seen it all, she has seen quite a bit. Prior to earning her doctorate degree, Dr. Streb earned a Master’s degree in public health, worked as hospital-based RN in neurology, and currently serves as an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland. In 2006, she was the recipient of a Fulbright grant and worked on health-related stigma issues in West Africa. While a Peace Corps Volunteer in West Africa, Dr. Streb embraced the saying, “going slowly does not prevent you from arriving.” Adding to those two experiences, she is a parent to two children, currently in elementary school.

Dr. Streb knows the value of time, the correct diagnosis, and importance of education – not just of the condition, but the medications, what to expect, and how to measure success. She believes in taking the time with her patients, educating them on their options, and focusing on their strengths and competencies to create a plan that will work to improve their mental health and achieve their life goals.

Dr. Streb has authored several published studies and lectures at the University of Maryland School of Nursing on psychiatry and mental health issues. She has a special passion for helping tweens and teens and is committed to making a difference with all of her patients.

Dr. Streb practices at CPE Clinic, LLC in Annapolis and Lutherville.  CPE Clinic, LLC is comprised of leading psychiatrists and psychologists who offer expertise, experience, and access in the field of mental health for adults, adolescents, and children.