Meet Dr. Teeters
Eric Teeters, Psy.D. is a graduate of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Washington D.C. He is a Baltimore native and has graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park, as well as Johns Hopkins University. In addition to his training in psychology, Dr. Teeters previously worked for nearly a decade with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Dr. Teeters trained clinically at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and at multiple traditional mental health practices in the D.C. region. He completed his pre-doctoral internship at the Central Virginia Veterans Affairs Healthcare System (formerly the Hunter Holmes McGuire VAMC) in Richmond, Virginia.
Dr. Teeters has a patient-centered approach and utilizes a biopsychosocial lens and believes that every patient is unique and has different experiences and circumstances affecting them. Dr. Teeters regularly integrates principles of CBT, ACT, and mindfulness. He has a special interest in health and medical psychology, including health/illness anxiety and coping with and adjusting to chronic illnesses. Dr. Teeters also has extensive experience working with individuals with PTSD and those who identify as LGBTQ+. He is sex positive and transgender affirming.
Dr. Teeters is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Maryland (#06583), Virginia (#0810007570), Washington, DC (#PSY200001257), and Michigan (#6301018971). He is also able to see patients in PSYPACT states.
COMMITMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENT
While Dr. Teeters has changed careers, protecting the environment and mitigating climate change continues to be very important to him. As such, he plants one tree for EVERY therapy session. Not only will you be working on a better you, but you will be working to leave a better world for generations to come!!!
Dr. Teeters is also a member of the Society of Behavioral Medicine’s Presidential Working Group on Human Behavior and Climate Change Mitigation, and conducts research on this area of interest.
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