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.
Sonia has over 10 years of experience in the nursing field, having received her initial training at Duke University Medical Center. During this time she made several trips overseas to assist in delivering medical care to underserved populations. She earned her graduate degree from Frontier Nursing University as an APRN in Family Practice. She continued to further her education by becoming a certified Psych-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner after becoming aware of the growing need in local and global communities.
Sonia relocated from North Carolina to Jupiter, FL in 2015 and is enjoying being closer to her family and friends.