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Aeva Gaymon-Doomes, M.D.

Child, Adolescent, Women’s & Reproductive Psychiatry located in Bethesda, MD and offering Telehealth appointments in Maryland, Virginia, DC, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan and Texas


About Aeva Gaymon-Doomes, MD

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Aeva Gaymon-Doomes, MD, is a Double Board-Certified physician specializing in the psychiatric care of children, adolescents and women at WCWCW in Bethesda, Maryland. She works with individuals throughout Montgomery County, Washington D.C. and the Greater Washington area in person and via telehealth and is now accepting patients via telehealth in the multiple states including: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan and Texas.


Dr. Doomes treats children, adolescents, and adults with mood, anxiety, and behavioral disorders. Culturally attuned and down to earth, she has a unique approach to mental health that is integrative, holistic, and family-centered. She puts patients of all ages at ease with her empathetic, caring demeanor and quickly develops rapport with young patients.


​​Her work with children and parents includes addressing difficult behavior and academic challenges, offering parent coaching and support that considers the needs of the entire family.


She works extensively with women, navigating the challenges of careers and relationships, helping them become insightful about troublesome patterns, develop a resilient sense of self, and learn new psychological skills.


After graduating from Howard University College of Medicine in Washington, D.C, she completed both a residency program in adult psychiatry and a fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at the University of Maryland and the world-renowned Sheppard Pratt Hospital (Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital) located in Towson, Maryland.


Dr. Gaymon-Doomes is on the clinical faculty at the George Washington School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. and the Howard University Hospital Department of Psychiatry previously known as Freedmen's Hospital.