Amanda Stacey, PA-C
Psychiatric Physician Assistant
Adults (up to 40), Adults (41-64)
Anxiety and Trauma Disorders, Mood Disorders
Adult Psychiatry, Medication Management
Psychodynamic, Psychopharmacological Treatment
Anxiety, Autism/Asperger's Syndrome, Coping Skills, Depression, Spirituality, Stress, Women's Issues
Prior to working as a physician assistant, Amanda worked as a behavior therapist serving children on the autism spectrum. She also worked on empathy and social cognition research in the Stanford University Social Neuroscience Lab with Professor Jamil Zaki.
Education & Experience
Amanda graduated with honors from Stanford University in 2018 with a B.A. degree in Psychology and was a Chappell Lougee Scholar. She received an M.S. degree in Physician Assistant Studies from the Stanford University School of Medicine in 2023.
A Little Bit About Me
"I enjoy spending time with my husband and son, playing the piano, and exercising. I am a competitive calisthenics athlete and have broken two Guinness World Records for women's pull ups."
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