Stephanie Park



I am a Clinical Psychologist at Rockville Internal Medicine Group (RIMG), a multispecialty medical practice in Potomac, MD.  We offer CBT-I on-site - no need to refer people out to another office.

Attending to your behavioral and mental health needs is an integral part of your overall well-being. I strive to provide a supportive and empathic environment and to work collaboratively with you, whether you are thinking about making a behavior change, coping with a chronic illness, or looking for tools and strategies to manage depression and anxiety.



Address:  1201 Seven Locks Road, Suite 111
Rockville, MD 20854
Phone:  301.762.5020



VA Capitol Health Care Network (VISN 5) Mental Illness Research, Education, and Clinical Center


VA Maryland Health Care System/University of Maryland School of Medicine Psychology Internship Consortium (2014)
Baltimore, MD

Graduate School

Ph.D., University of Maryland (2014)
College Park, MD

Undergraduate School

B.A., Johns Hopkins University (2008)
Baltimore, MD

Professional Associations

Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
Society of Behavioral Medicine
American Psychological Association (APA), Division 38, Society for Health Psychology
Society for Research in Psychopathology
Maryland Psychological Association


“Predictors of patient communication in VA psychiatric medication encounters” Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal(In press).
Hack, S. M., Medoff, D., Brown, C. H., Fang, L. J., Dixon, L. B., Klingaman, E., Park, S. G., Kreyenbuhl, J. A.

“Predictors of employment burnout among VA peer support specialists” Psychiatric Services (In press).
Park, S. G., Chang, B., Mueller, L., Resnick, S. G., & Eisen, S. V.

“The interactive effects of negative symptoms and social role functioning on suicide ideation in individuals with schizophrenia” Schizophrenia Research 170(2-3), 271-277. (2016).
Jahn, D. R., Bennett, M. E., Park, S. G., Gur, R. E., Horan, W. P., Kring, A. M., & Blanchard, J. J

“Access to and use of the internet by veterans with serious mental illness” Community Mental Health Journal52(2), 136-141. (2016).
Record, E. J., Medoff, D. R., Dixon, L. B., Klingaman, E. A., Park, S. G., Hack, S., Brown, C.H., Fang, L. J., & Kreyenbuhl, J.

“Consumer satisfaction with psychiatric services: The role of shared decision-making and the therapeutic relationship” Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal 38(3), 242-248. (2015).
Klingaman, E. A., Medoff, D. R., Park, S. G., Brown, C. H., Fang, L., Dixon, L. B., Hack, S., Tapscott, S., Walsh, M. B., & Kreyenbuhl, J. A.

“Factors associated with shared decision-making preferences among veterans with serious mental illness” Psychiatric Services 65(12), 1409-1413. (2014).
Park, S.G., Derman, M., Dixon, L. B., Brown, C. H., Klingaman, E. A., Fang, L.J., Medoff, D.R., & Kreyenbuhl, J.

“Internalized stigma in schizophrenia: Relations with dysfunctional attitudes, symptoms, and quality of life” Psychiatry Research 205(1), 43-47. doi:10.1016/j.psychres.2012.08.040. (2013).
Park, S. G., Bennett, M. E., Couture, S. M., & Blanchard, J. J.

“Screening for negative symptoms: Preliminary results from the self-report version of the Clinical Assessment Interview for Negative Symptoms” Schizophrenia Research 135(1), 139-143.
doi:10.1016/j.schres.2011.12.007. (2012).
Park, S. G., Llerena, K., McCarthy, J. M., Couture, S. M., Bennett, M. E., & Blanchard, J. J.

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