Dr. Stumpo is experienced working with adults in both outpatient and inpatient settings. Dr. Stumpo has held many administrative roles and has been on advisory committees in the past. He has a passion for understanding a patient, not just from a medication treatment standpoint, but also from a psychodynamic holistic point of view.
Dr. Stumpo has been board-certified in Psychiatry for more than 30 years. He believes in using medications when indicated as well as therapy modalities. He was trained in psychoanalysis and uses psychodynamic modalities, when indicated, and supportive psychotherapy in order to best serve a patient’s needs. He is heavily focused on treating psychiatric disorders and mental health issues with the goal of helping individuals maintain and improve their overall health and for them to gain insight into their issues to maintain their future wellbeing.
Dr. Stumpo received his Osteopathic Medical Degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, which taught him to integrate mind, body, and spirit when working with a patient to design their treatment. After a Medical/Surgical internship, he began his psychiatry training with the National Institute of Mental Health at St. Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, D.C., and completed his psychiatry residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia. His training consisted of extensive inpatient and outpatient work as well as training in psychoanalysis, psychodynamic psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy, and the principles of group and family dynamics.
Upon completing his residency, Dr. Stumpo has worked in various treatment settings. This included the United States Public Health Service, the U.S. Coast Guard, private and public inpatient hospital settings as well as partial hospitals, intensive outpatient settings, residential treatment, and direct outpatient clinics and private practice. Additionally, he has worked as Medical Director in various settings and teaching programs.
Education and Certifications
B.A., University of Pennsylvania
M.S., Fordham University in Behavioral biology.
D.O., Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Why are you passionate about providing mental healthcare?
I treat an array of psychiatric disorders. I finds it extremely rewarding to watch patients resume their normal lives as symptoms begin to improve. I also have specific interest and extensive experience in working with patients with severe mental health issues.