Dr. Sarah O’Neil is an Adult and Child Psychiatrist in Massachusetts, USA, where she has a private practice (http://www.sarahoneilmd.com).
She attended medical school at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Then, at the Massachusetts General Hospital and McLean Hospital psychiatric training programs, she completed an internship in internal medicine, residency in Adult Psychiatry and Fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
During her training, Dr. O’Neil, along with several co-residents, sought extensive mentorship and learned about the delivery of psychiatric care to patients with eating disorders.
Dr. O’Neil has a private practice in Newton, Massachusetts, USA. While much of her practice consists of people who are referred specifically for an evaluation and treatment recommendations for their known eating disorder, a significant minority of her practice includes people who present with an unrelated chief complaint, and an eating disorder or significantly disordered eating is uncovered through compassionate inquiry about one’s relationship with food, weight and their body as well as how they define health.
Dr. O’Neil is an Instructor of Psychiatry, Part-Time, at Harvard Medical School and an Associate Psychiatrist at McLean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts, USA. She enjoys teaching psychiatry residents in the various Boston area psychiatry residencies about how and why to screen every patient for an eating disorder and how to connect the patient to the necessary care, as soon as possible to maximize the chance of full recovery.
Articles by Dr. O’Neil on this website
Why it is important for all of us to screen for Eating disorders
How to screen for eating disorders
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