Stephen Taylor, MD, MPH
, is a licensed, practicing, quadruple-board certified general, Child / Adolescent and Addiction Psychiatrist
with 20 years of practice experience. A graduate of Harvard College and Harvard School of Public Health, Dr. Taylor received his medical degree from the Howard University College of Medicine, and completed a "Triple Board" residency in Pediatrics, General Psychiatry and Child/Adolescent Psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Bronx Municipal Hospital Center in The Bronx, New York.
Dr. Taylor has treated numerous children, adolescents, and adults for a variety of psychiatric and substance use disorders, including Alcoholism and Drug Addiction
. He has also served as a Clinical Instructor of Psychiatry at the New York University School of Medicine and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Huntsville campus of the University of Alabama School of Medicine.
Speaker / educator
- Dr. Taylor is a busy and sought-after lecturer and educator who has spoken on a great variety of mental health-related topics in numerous venues. His audiences have included physicians; psychologists; nurses and nurse practitioners; pharmacists; teachers and other education professionals; churches and community groups; parents’ groups and parent-teacher associations; and students and youth groups.
Dr. Taylor has also been a frequently interviewed mental health expert on local television news programs, including “Let’s Talk Health”
on WAFF-TV Channel 48 (NBC affiliate), “Medline”
on WAAY-TV Channel 31 (ABC affiliate), and WHNT-TV, Channel 19 (CBS affiliate), in Huntsville, Alabama. He has also been a regular discussant of mental health topics on the “4:30”
show on WVTM, NBC-13, the local NBC affiliate in Birmingham, Alabama.
Selected Lecture Topics
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- “Major Depression in Adolescents”
- “Pharmacological Treatment of Childhood Psychiatric Disorders”
- “Children in the Classroom: Distinguishing Behavioral Problems from Brain Disorders”
- “Preventing Teen Substance Abuse: A Parent’s Guide”
- “Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: A New Look at an Old Problem”
- “Suicide in Adolescents”