• The University of Toledo Health Science Campus, BA
• Medical College Of Ohio At Toledo, MD
• Medical College Of Ohio At Toledo, Internship and Residency
Dr. Carder has been practicing for over 20 years in general adult psychiatry. She is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and has a certification in Elder Law. She has advanced training in psychopharmacology which she earned with distinction.
Dr. Carder's practice focuses on medication management. Typically, she offers this in conjunction with supportive therapy in 30-minute follow-up visits. However, occasionally Dr. Carder may believe that additional therapy is also needed and ask that you bring a therapist into your care team to provide the best outcome.
She received her medical degree from the University of Toledo, College of Medicine and Life Sciences where she was given the outstanding medical student award by the Department of Head and Neck Surgery. She completed her internship with the Department of Family medicine and completed her residency with the Department of Psychiatry both at the University of Toledo, College of Medicine and Life Sciences.
Throughout her career, she has been the Medical Director of two Community Mental Health Centers and is also the Corporate Medical Director for a company providing neuropsychiatric and general psychiatric care to patients residing in nursing facilities. She received her certification in Elder Law through the Mitchell Hamline School of Law. She has also been a preceptor for numerous universities and has trained advanced practice providers in psychiatry.
In addition to general adult and geriatric psychiatry, Dr. Carder’s areas of interest include complex psychiatric and medical conditions, neuropsychiatric issues, and treatment-resistant cases. She enjoys using her medical expertise to solve difficult cases. She has an interest in exploring combined traditional psychiatric practice with complementary and holistic approaches to treatment and believes in keeping her patients healthy rather than only addressing illness.