Bethany J Tucker MD

Diplomate American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Board Certified January 2005 to present

Employment Experience
        Psychiatrist, Alsana - March 2018 - present
        Psychiatrist, British Virgin Islands March 2009 to present   
        Psychiatrist, The Canyon at Peace Park, Malibu, CA., June 2004 to 2012
        Psychiatrist, Seasons Treatment Center, Malibu, CA. Jan 2009 t0 2010
        Psychiatrist Clinical, and Medical Director, at A New Journey                  
        EatingDisorders Center, Santa Monica, CA, March 2007 to December 2007. 
        Psychiatrist, Moonview Sanctuary, Santa Monica, CA., March 2005 to present
        Psychiatrist, New Seasons Recovery, Pt. Hueneme, CA, June 2006 to October 2006
        Psychiatrist, Cliffside Malibu, Malibu CA, August 2005 to June 2006
        Psychiatrist, Eating Disorders Center of California, June 2003 to June 2006
        Psychiatrist, Malibu Coast Treatment, Malibu, CA, May 2004 to June 2005
        Psychiatrist, Bridges to Recovery, Pacific Palisades CA., June 2003 to November 2004
        Psychiatrist, Malibu Ranch, Malibu CA., September 2003 to March 2004
        Psychiatrist, Milestones Center, Malibu CA., October 2003 to June 2004
        Psychiatrist Charge Resident, University of Southern California Medical Center
        Emergency Room, July 2001 to June 2003
        Psychiatrist, Pacific Clinic, Pasadena, CA 2002 to 2003

       California Physician License – 2000 to Present
       Washington Physician License-2000 to Present    
       Drug Enforcement Administration License  -  2001 to Present
       Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certified March 2001
       LPS Certification July 2000

        English         Spanish

Residency Training
       University of Southern California General Psychiatry Program July 2000 to June 2003

       Providence Family Medicine Program University of Washington June 1999 to June 2000

Medical Education
       University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, W.A., graduated
       June 1999, Doctor of Medicine

Undergraduate Education
       Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, CA, 09/1991-05/1995,
       B.S. Psychobiology, Magna Cum Laude

       Phi Beta Kappa and Graduate Study Award, 1995
       Honors in Psychology, 1995   
       Office of Black Student Affairs Certificate of Honor for outstanding academic
       achievement, 1995
       Associate Member of Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, 1995
       John Stouffer Scholarship for academic merit, 1994
       National Honor Society in Psychology Psi Chi, 1994      
       Astra Zeneca Fellowship 2000 to 2002
       National Medical Research Forum Student National Medical Association,    
       Distinguished Honors New Orleans, LA, March 1997
       Western Student Medical Research Forum Excellence in Research Carmel, CA,
       February 1997
       Academy of Family Physicians Grant, June 1996
       President Student National Medical Association, 1996-1997

Volunteer Experience
       Family Medicine and Psychiatrist, Project Africa, Ghana June 2003
       Internal Medicine rotation in China, Chengdu April 1999
       Family Medicine rotation in Mexico, Durango June and July 1998

Lecture Experience
        Palliative and Post-Operative Pain Management, Jamaica, June 2006
        CME Faculty Rx for Insomnia in Palliative Care and Chronic Pain Management      
        May 2005
        ZBVI Radio British Virgin Islands Jan. 2005
        Feeling Good: Medications and Other Options for Sierra Tucson Recovery Center
        Los Angeles, CA., Dec. 2004
        Youth Violence Prevention Symposium June 2004     
        Bridges to Recovery, Los Angeles, CA., Aug 2003

Professional Associations
       American Telemedicine Association June 2007 to present
       American Psychiatric Association member 2000 to present
       Committee of Black Psychiatrists 2002 to 2003
       Southern California Psychiatric Association 2000 to 2004
       National Medical Association 2003 to 2004
       Black Psychiatrists of Southern California 2003 to 2004
       Member of the Academy of Family Physicians 1995 to 2000

Research Experience 
       Family Medicine Department Research Collaborator. “Prenatal Health Care
       Utilization and Birth Weight Distribution Among Low Income women
       In a Seattle, WA, Urban Clinic”. June 1996 to August 1998.   
       Joint Science Department/Microbiology Research Collaborator. “The Effects
       Of Garlic on the Frequency and Severity of Colds in College Students”, September 1994 to
       May 1995

       Traveling especially international travel
       Intramural sports including: volleyball, tennis, soccer, swimming, scuba diving, and sailing