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About Sound Body & Mind Psychiatric Services

​​​​Sound Body & Mind Psychiatric Services

About Eva Theodosiadis, MD, FAPA

At Sound Body & Mind Psychiatric Services, we recognize that both emotional and physical factors contribute to the development of psychiatric symptoms. Genetics, environment and specific stressors or traumatic events can also play an important role. Finally, an individual's character, personality, temperament, and resilence all contribute to the clinical picture, and can shape the types of symptoms we see and the prognosis. No two individuals are exactly alike and therefore, no two individuals experience psychiatric symptoms in the exact same way. This is why we create a unique treatment plan to target your specific experience.

At Sound Body & Mind Psychiatric Services, you can choose from evidence-based treatment modalities tailored to meet your individual needs. A Board Certified Psychiatrist will help you choose from treatments such as CBT, brief-psychodynamic therapies, or DBT, either as the primary modality or in combination with evidence-based pharmacologic treatment.

We specialize in the treatment of couples and families and in the pharmacological treatment of childhood mood and anxiety disorders, trauma, and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Other services such as play therapy, Trauma-focused CBT, and School Consultation and Classroom Observation are available upon request. Clients of all ages welcome.

To schedule an appointment, please call: +1.571-282-8254. 

Dr. Theodosiadis is a New York City native who relocated to Northern Virginia in 2013.  She completed her undergraduate training cum laude from the State University of New York at Binghamton, attaining a Bachelor of Science in Psychobiology, with a double major in Classics: Ancient Greek and Latin.  

After attaining her Doctor of Medicine, Magna Cum Laude, she went on to complete her residency in psychiatry at State University of New York at Syracuse/Upstate Medical University.  Dr Theodosiadis then completed her child & adolescent psychiatry fellowship at Hofstra North Shore LIJ School of Medicine (formerly Albert Einstein at LIJ School of Medicine).  She then went on to graduate from her second fellowship, the Georgetown University Hospital Fellowship in Psychiatry and the Law.  She served as Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist and Deputy Medical Director of First Home Care, a Core Service Agency for under-served children in downtown Washington DC.  Dr. Theodosiadis is Director & CEO of Sound Body & Mind Psychiatric Services, a private practice in McLean, Virginia, that serves adults, children & adolescents and families.  

Dr. Theodosiadis is board certified in psychiatry, child & adolescent psychiatry and forensic psychiatry.  She offers psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and dialectical behavioral therapy in addition to pharmacological treatment.  

Dr. Theodosiadis is passionate about medical education, mentoring, and psychotherapeutic training of psychiatric residents and fellows. She maintains an affiliation with The George Washington School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry as clinical instructor in DBT and in select topics in child & adolescent psychiatry.  Her upcoming endeavors will include topics in translational/molecular psychiatry and psychiatric pharmacogenomics.

She has achieved several awards throughout her career, including the Residents’ Teaching Award, and the GME Award for Excellence in Teamwork.  In addition, she has been voted for Vitals TOP 10 DOCTORS, and has earned the Compassionate Doctor Award and the Patients’ Choice Award.

In her personal time, she enjoys spending time with her Cavalier King Charles Spaniels as well as training them to become therapy dogs.  Her two CKC spaniels, Stormy and Chowder, are working hard to earn that title now!

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