Winifred Wolfe, MD

Staff Psychiatrist

"Get out of your mind and into your life." - Steven Hayes

Medication Management
Years of Experience
New York
  • Rosemont College, BA
  • Drexel University, MD
  • University of Virginia, Residency
  • Thomas Jefferson University, Fellowship

Dr. Wolfe's dedication to medicine began when she applied for a combined BA/MD accelerated program. She earned her medical degree at Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia and received the Women's Health Education Leadership Award recipient. She completed her adult psychiatry residency at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville, followed by a fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, where she served as Outpatient Clinic Chief.

Since the internship year, teaching, mentorship, and academic research have been integral to Dr. Wolfe's career. In medical school she became trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, spearheading a pilot study that led to a publication in the 2016 Pediatric Pulmonology Journal. This dedication to scholarship also resulted in a poster award at the 2019 Psychiatric Society of Virginia conference, and publication in the 2022 spring edition of the Academy of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Journal.

Dr. Wolfe has experience treating a wide variety of patients, focusing on medication management while integrating different psychotherapy modalities in conjunction with a dedicated psychotherapist. She has additional expertise in treating young adult graduate and undergraduate students. Finally, as a varsity college tennis athlete and AAU Junior Olympic gold medalist herself, Dr. Wolfe has an interest in sports psychiatry, as she also cared for college-level athletes during her fellowship.

Dr. Wolfe is a board-certified adult and child and adolescent psychiatrist who primarily focuses on medication management, using evidence-based practices. She provides compassionate care across the lifespan, integrating psychotherapeutic modalities such as ACT, CBT, supportive therapy, and psychodynamic therapy. Her areas of interest include childhood disruptive behaviors, mood, anxiety, depression, and trauma with additional expertise in student mental health.

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