Marsha Chenoweth, MD, FAAP, FAPA
Dr. Marsha Chenoweth is a board-certified pediatrician, adult psychiatrist, and child & adolescent psychiatrist who specializes in the treatment of comorbid psychiatric and medical illnesses affecting children, adolescents and their families. She completed her undergraduate education at the University of Texas at Austin, where she received dual Bachelor of Arts degrees in liberal arts honors and music. She received her MD from the University of Texas Houston Medical School in 2005. She then went on to obtain her post-graduate medical training at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, at the Triple Board Residency Training Program, where she completed her pediatric and adult psychiatry residencies, as well as her child & adolescent psychiatry fellowship.
After graduating in 2010, Dr. Chenoweth worked in an outpatient setting, where she provided psychiatric care to children ages 4 through young adult, as well as their families. Dr. Chenoweth has extensive training in individual and family psychotherapies, and has served as Volunteer Faculty at Brown University, where she provided psychotherapy supervision and psychopharmacology training to psychiatric and pediatric residents, as well as child psychiatry fellows, prior to moving to the state of Washington in 2014.
Dr. Chenoweth comes to Eating Recovery Center with the strong belief that families hold the key to their children’s ability to heal and thrive. She is therefore committed to working side-by-side with families toward the common goal of facilitating change and restoring their children’s good health.