Delvena R. Thomas
Delvena R. Thomas is a mother, an American soldier, a scientist, and a physician who advocates tirelessly for healthy living to strengthen individuals, families, communities, and workplaces around the world. She is an ardent champion for sound mental health and an expert in the development of evidence-based prevention, as well as treatment strategies that foster it.
Dr. Thomas is experienced in working with patients suffering from trauma, depression, anxiety, ADHD, relationship issues, addiction, and sexual dysfunction. In her private practice, she provides individual, couple, and group therapy to address several issues, including: performance problems experienced by serious amateur and professional athletes, addiction, sexual dysfunction, mood and anxiety disorders.
She was trained in medicine and psychiatry at the University of Maryland Medical Systems in Baltimore (MD). She is a board-certified psychiatrist who maintains a private practice in psychotherapy, psychopharmacology, and forensic psychiatry. Dr. Thomas also serves as a voluntary Clinical Assistant Professor at Florida International University’s Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine, as well as a consulting psychiatrist at Cleveland Clinic–Florida.