Evan Stoler is a psychiatric physician assistant who graduated from South University in Savannah, Georgia with his Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies in 2020. Since then, Evan has completed a one-year mental health residency at the Houston VA in conjunction with Baylor University and additionally worked for an outpatient psychiatric clinic in Georgia.
With his residency and clinical experience, Evan is skilled in diagnosing, educating, and safely treating the range of mental health issues including but not limited to: depression, anxiety, panic attacks, ADHD, addiction, bipolar disorder, binge-eating disorder, psychosis, PTSD, insomnia and making the proper referrals when indicated. Evan enjoys learning about his patients on a more personal level and utilizing a multi-faceted treatment approach when necessary to help people achieve their goals. A healthy mind is a healthy body. Evan is eager to work with primarily adults (18+) in Rhode Island, welcoming veterans and people who identify as LGBTQIA+.
In his free time, Evan enjoys playing pickleball, cooking, and making artwork.