Dr. Stuller earned her B.A in Psychology from Louisiana State University in 1984. She earned her M.D. from Ross University School of Medicine in 2000 and completed her residency training in Psychiatry at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA where she served as a Chief Resident and was voted by faculty the John R. Benson Award “For Outstanding Teaching Skills during Residency Training”. She completed her Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship in Addiction Psychiatry at University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore MD and is American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology double board certified in Adult and Addiction Psychiatry and recognized as an Expert Witness in Addiction Psychiatry. She was recently recognized as a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and American Society of Addiction Medicine and awarded the peer-selected Regional Top Doctors in Addiction Psychiatry in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2020. She is also recognized as an Expert Network Distinguished Doctor in 2017 as a culmination of previously received awards and recognitions.
Dr. Stuller has experience in treating adults, adolescents, and geriatric populations in all aspects of psychiatry and addiction medicine. In addition to her previous work at the Amen Clinics in Reston, Virginia, and Manhattan, NY. Dr. Stuller is currently the principal owner and CEO of Stuller Resettings, LLC, where she works in private practice. She is a former Attending Physician at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore city treating dual diagnosis patients, and teaching faculty for the medicine residents in the Adult Medicine/Psychiatric out-patient clinic. She shared on call coverage of the in-patient psychiatric unit and emergency room psychiatric crisis services through EHP Behavioral Services. She is a prior six-year volunteer for the State of Maryland Med Chi Physicians Health Committee overseeing case management of impaired physicians and the former Chief of Psychiatry at Baltimore Behavioral Health where she co-directed the Ambulatory Detoxification Unit, Partial and Intensive Outpatient programs. She has additionally worked at the Veterans Hospital in Baltimore MD and Philadelphia, PA with training in the PTSD, pain medicine, methadone, geriatric, inpatient, and outpatient ambulatory clinics, and a co-leader in individual and group psychotherapy. She has also worked in the evening program at the Kolmac Clinic in Columbia, MD with experience in ambulatory outpatient Alcohol and Opioid Detoxification and Maintenance Programs respectively. She has additional training in Eating Disorders through the Renfrew Clinic in Philadelphia, PA., and knowledge in Sleep, Genetic, Mold, Neurotransmitter, and Nutritional Biomarker testing and SPECT neuroimaging.
Dr. Stuller is a member of numerous professional societies including the American Psychiatric Association (APA) - Fellow, The American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry (AAAP), and the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)-Fellow. Dr. Stuller is a recognized national speaker for the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, and the Metabolic Medicine Institute.
Dr. Stuller’s professional interest includes applications of neuro-imaging in psychiatry and addiction medicine. She is an active researcher with the use of Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD) for anti-aging and the treatment of addiction. She National Registry Certified EMT – Paramedic with Meritous Recognition, a PADI Certified Dive Master, Private Pilot, Post Basic Firearms Certified and an avid golfer. She has traveled extensively and loves to cook gumbo and crawfish dishes indigenous to her hometown of Lafayette, Louisiana while cheering on her LSU Tiger National Champions 2020 and New Orleans Saints Super Bowl Champions!