GERALD S. STEIN, M.D.
FORENSIC & CLINICAL PSYCHIATRY
CLINICAL & FORENSIC PSYCHIATRY
645 CR 235
Rebecca Stein, my wife and office manager can help you if I am not available.  244-5060.
Gerald S. Stein, M.D.
Multiple Board Certifications
645 County Road 235
Eureka Springs, Arkansas 72632
[National] Professional of the Year 2008 in Psychiatry.
2008 Herbert S. Gaskill, M.D. Award, for DVD: HUMAN/NATURE: The Role of the
Natural World in Emotional Development and Well-Being. This is not an annual
award and is only given when there is special merit.]
Hoedemacher Award for best clinical paper in U.S., 1984.
Phi Beta Kappa.
Best Doctors in America [from 2005].
AMERICA'S TOP PSYCHIATRISTS [from 2006].
Georgia, Arkansas, Colorado, Alaska, and Missouri.
Current Academic Appointments:
Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, 2010 - present.
Associate Clinical Professor, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. For years I was in charge of selecting the teachers and curriculum, planning the entire multi-year therapy technique training sequence, 1986 - present.
Past Academic Appointments and Medical Positions:
Director of Training, Emergency Psychiatric Services, Mount Zion Hospital/Westside Community Mental Health Center, San Francisco, California, 7/1974 - 3/1980.
Consultant to Clinical Staff, Pikes Peak Mental Health Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 4/1980 - 6/1981.
Assistant Clinical Professor, University of California Medical Center, San Francisco. 1976 - 1980.
Child Care Worker, Eisenberg Unit Residential Care for Adolescents, Jewish Children's Bureau, 1967 - 1968 half time.
Board Certifications [All achieved on first attempt]:
1. As a Psychiatrist, by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, Inc in 1980, lifetime certification.
2. As a Psychoanalyst, by the Board of Professional Standards of The American Psychoanalytic Association, 1986-present, lifetime certification.
3. As a Training & Supervising Psychoanalyst by the Board of Professional Standards of The American Psychoanalytic Association, 1992-present,
lifetime certification. One of a very small number nationally.
4. American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, Inc. in 1980, with Added Credentials in Forensic Psychiatry, 1989, renewable in ten years. So when this is renewed, it will again be my fourth Board Certification.
No patient I have been treating, or who was being treated by a Psychiatry Resident or Fellow I was supervising, has ever killed themselves or hurt anyone else.
No patient I treated has ever even talked about suing me for malpractice.
I have never been censured or rejected by any medical organization.
I have not been trained in child/adolescent psychiatry. I did work one-half time during my senior year at an exceptionally good adolescent residential facility, so I have more experience than most adult trained psychiatrists. I also was the Consultant for several years for an excellent home visiting service in which many adolescents were seen. So I will treat patients twelve years old and older.
University of Colorado, Boulder [9/1961 - 8/1964]. Acceptance into highly selective, prestigious program at Northwestern University Medical School for matriculation after three years of college.
Bachelor of Medical Sciences Degree from Northwestern University [9/1964 - 6/1965], degree in 1965. Evanston, Illinois.
Northwestern University Medical School, M.D., [9/1964 - 6/1968], degree in 1968, Chicago, Illinois. Did neurobiological research and gained considerable experience working in Adolescent Residential Treatment Center half time while attending senior year of medical school.
Herrick Memorial Hospital, Berkeley, California, six months of psychiatry/neurology and six months of medicine [7/1968 - 6/1969].
First year of residency: University of Colorado Health Sciences Center,
Aurora [Denver], Colorado [7/1969 - 6/1970].
Second and third years at Mount Zion Hospital & Medical Center [cited as one of the two best psychodynamically oriented residencies in the country at that time, along with Harvard's program], 7/1970 - 6/1972.
After completion of residency training, I was selected to supervise residents as a staff psychiatrist, then became Director of Training, Emergency Psychiatry Services for Mount Zion Medical Center [medical school affiliated]/Westside Mental Health Center, San Francisco, CA [6/1972 - 4/1980].
Psychoanalytic-Advanced Psychotherapy training:
Nine years of half time training, eventually becoming the only Training & Supervising Psychoanalyst in the Arkansas-Oklahoma area and in the Rocky Mountain Region, outside Denver-Boulder [9/1976 - 6/1986].
[Adult psychiatrists have usually had three years of psychiatric residency. Counting the equivalent of one year of extra-curricular clinical work in medical school, six months of neurology-psychiatry in my internship, three years of residency and nine years of half time clinical Fellowship, I have had thirteen and one-half years of clinical psychiatry training, three to four times the norm.]. I also had the honor and the experience of directed two major psychotherapy training programs at medical school in Denver
and in San Francisco.
Forensic Psychiatry Training: 18 months part-time work with President Elect, American Academy of Psychiatry & the Law.
St. Vincent Hospital Geriatric Psychiatry Ward, Hot Springs, AR.
Anchor Hospital, Southern Crescent Health Systems, Atlanta, GA.
Spanish Peaks Behavioral Health Center, Pueblo, CO.
Center for Individual and Family Development, Gassville, AR.
Lakeview Neuro Rehabilitation Center in Effingham, VT.
Families, Inc., Jonesboro, AR.
Dorothea Dix Psychiatric Center, Bangor, ME, two locums at different times.
Springwoods Behavioral Health, Fayetteville, AR.
Cedar Springs Behavioral Health, CO Springs, CO, two locums at different times.
Letters of Recommendation:
Michelle Gardner, MD
Dr. James Lewis III, NCSP
Colorado Board of Medical Examiners, Denver, Colorado [about 1999 - present].
Colorado Physicians' Health Program, Denver, Colorado [about 2000 - present].
Numerous medical corporations and organizations in North America.
Private Practice Committee, Colorado Psychiatric Society, Denver, CO.
Psychoanalytic Study Committee, Denver Institute for Psychoanalysis,
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Denver.
I have chaired and directed a number of organizations in the past, from Pikes Peak Science Fairs to being the medical school's first liaison with the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.
I have supervised and treated individuals using telephone for decades, as I have one of the few Board Certifications in the U.S. to supervise psychoanalyses.
Out-patient psychotherapy, from brief therapy and crisis intervention to long term insight-oriented psychotherapy.
Evaluation and treatment of suicidal ideation.
Role of Nature [the out of doors] in emotional development and well-being.
Creativity and its inhibition by psychopathology.
I have taught these subjects to psychiatric residents for three decades:
In-depth psychiatric evaluations and recommendations for treatment.
Brief Psychotherapy, I have taken part in international conferences on short-term psychotherapy
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder treatment.
DVD: HUMAN/NATURE, book and fifteen articles, plus one in press.
Arkansas Association of Free Clinics, Eureka Springs, AR, 2010.
Grand Rounds, Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado Health
Sciences Center, Aurora [Denver], October, 2008.
Life Fellows Meeting main speaker, American Psychiatric Association, 2003.
Major presentation: American Academy of Psychoanalysis.
American Psychoanalytic Association: multiple presentations.
International Jungian Conference, 2005.
Numerous Legal Defense and Trial Lawyers organizations, in the 1990s.
11/2009-present. Private practice of clinical and forensic psychiatry in Eureka Springs. I have had offices in Springdale and Rogers, AR.
2006-2009 private practice in the Aspen-Glenwood Springs, Colorado area. Relocated to Arkansas because my wife and I have both given up skiing and found the heavy snowstorms to be less fun to shovel than they were to ski and the very high cost of living to be a burden.
1980-2006 private practice in Colorado Springs with weekly teaching at the medical school in nearby Denver after completing my Fellowship in 1986. Relocated because my only daughter went to college in Boston, so I could finally move to the Aspen area where I had spent 90 days each year at my vacation home there.
1972-1980 private practice in San Francisco, headed emergency psychiatry training program with 60 residents and other post-graduate trainees each year. Began Fellowship training. Relocated because hospital announced that it could no longer afford to fund this program.
Wife, Rebecca Louise Stein, has a background in Finance and Marketing, continues to pursue her Architectural Design. She grows and sells 450 varieties of tall, bearded irises at Rebecca's Country Cottage Iris Gardens and serves as my Office Manager. She will be starting her new business, Rebecca's Custom Residential Designs, in April 2015.
Daughter, Danielle Alexis Stein, graduated Tufts University. Magna Cum Laude. Distinguished Graduate, London School of Economics with Masters' Degree in Global Politics. Did assignments from LSE doing research in Kathmandu, Nepal. Currently employed managing program reviewing grants from British government in the Democratic Republic of the Congo for private London firm.
Son, Ron Lee, R.N. He is currently working at a nursing home, and is pursuing his BSN.
Collecting and writing about antique bamboo fly rods and reels, fly fishing, and nature/wildlife photography.