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About Stuart Psychiatry

Molly E. Ryan, DO, MPH

Born and raised in Ohio, Dr. Molly Ryan graduated from undergraduate studies at Oberlin College with a degree in Art History before moving to Florida to complete medical school at Nova Southeastern University- College of Osteopathic Medicine. During this time she also completed her Masters in Public Health. She then completed her Psychiatric Residency at University of Miami-Jackson Memorial Hospital, serving as Chief Resident during her fourth year. Dr. Ryan served on the APA Assembly as a Member in Training Representative. She was honored to receive the Humanitarian Award two years in a row during residency as well as the award for Excellence in Teaching. Dr. Ryan has published numerous academic articles in peer reviewed journals, given presentations at academic conferences and has a book chapter in A Concise Guide to Understanding Suicide: Epidemiology, Pathophysiology and Prevention. She is the founder of the South Florida Women in Psychiatry group and a current member of the American Psychiatric Association and the Florida Psychiatric Association.  Dr. Ryan is a Board Certified General Psychiatrist with extensive experience treating Depression, Anxiety Disorders, Bipolar Disorders, Psychosis, Addiction, Eating Disorders, Crisis Intervention, Forensic psychiatry and Personality Disorders.  She moved to Stuart, FL in 2015 and is enjoying the cozy beachside town.

Kristin Sinopoli, MSN, APRN, FNP-C

Kristin Sinopoli has dedicated her life to helping others with their medical and mental health and brings a wealth of experience to Stuart Psychiatry. Kristin is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.  She began her career as firefighter/EMT for the first 12 years post-high school.  She then went to school in north-central Florida at the College of Central Florida where she earned her Associates in Arts, as well as Associates in Science in Nursing. Kristin continued to complete her undergraduate degree at the University of Central Florida where she graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing with honors. While attending school full time, Kristin also worked full time in various specialty areas in the hospital setting, including Operating Room, Emergency Room, Endoscopy, Cardiovascular Operating Room, same-day surgery, and more. Kristin went on to obtain her Master’s in Science degree at South University in Savannah, Georgia, where she graduated with honors from the Family Nurse Practitioner Program. As she earned her graduate degree she worked as a nursing instructor at The College of Central Florida. Kristin was honored with maintaining the dean’s list throughout her college career and is an active member of Sigma Theta Tau Honors Society. Kristin has worked in the pediatric mental health field as the director of psychiatric services for the past years with Tykes & Teens, Inc. and recently Kristin has transitioned and joined the team here at Stuart Psychiatry to offer pediatric medication management services!

Kristin and her husband Mike enjoy being outdoors fishing, hiking, playing ball, and Jeeping on the weekends with their two rescued pups, Cora, and Whisper! Kristin and Mike have two adult children, their son serving in the United States Coast Guard, as well they have two beautiful young grandsons. Kristin has many passions, including cooking, holistic health, art, communityhealth, and most of all spending time with her pups and family.

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Chelsea Mohammed, LCSW

Having gone to Florida State University for undergrad and furthering myself to receive an MSW from Barry University, I feel competent and privileged to serve others in need. My primary goal as a clinician is to facilitate an interactive short-term therapeutic experience that will help clients find the insight and tools they need to support a continued healing process beyond our time and work together.  I provide a safe and supportive space for my clients, so they feel comfortable discussing their feelings with me. I take a collaborative approach to counseling and offer my clients warmth, empathy, understanding and acceptance, all in a non-judgmental therapeutic environment. Using multiple approaches I place great emphasis on the therapeutic relationship along with supporting my clients identify and achieve their goals and empowering them to reach their full potential.

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