Cory Savoie, MD
Dr. Savoie treats clients with a variety of mental health needs (depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder), although has a specific interest in treating clients with ADHD. Due to being trained across age groups, Dr. Savoie is in a unique position to treat ADHD throughout a person's lifespan and to meet the challenges that arise as a person grows and matures. Dr. Savoie is dedicated to treating the client with a multifaceted approach, not only using medications, but also strongly believing in behavioral management and therapy.
Dr. Savoie obtained her undergraduate degree from Dartmouth College in 1999. After a year in Washington state volunteering with foster children, she moved to Nashville the first time and completed medical school at Vanderbilt University in 2004. Dr. Savoie then completed her Adult General Psychiatry Residency through the programs at Massachusetts General Hospital and McLean Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts and then returned to Nashville to complete her Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at Vanderbilt Medical Center. She served as Chief Resident in her final year of fellowship.
Since completing her training, Dr. Savoie has worked in a variety of settings, mainly working with the Student Mental Health Center at Johns Hopkins University as well as having her own private practice in Arlington, VA. Dr. Savoie moved back to Nashville two years ago and had been working at Vanderbilt Medical Center in both their Adolescent Partial Hospital Program as well as developing an outpatient clinic specializing in Adult ADHD. Dr. Savoie is now excited to return to private practice and once again work directly with clients and families.
Licenses, Certifications, and Memberships:
Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry