Frederick Stocker, M.D.
Director of Child & Adolescent Ambulatory Services
Dr. Stocker provides comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of children and adolescents in the outpatient service and through telepsychiatry. He is responsible for the administrative and clinical oversight of the child and adolescent outpatient service, and is the Director of the Bingham Clinic Firesetter program. Dr. Stocker received his undergraduate degree from Transylvania University and obtained his medical degree at the University of Kentucky. He completed a pediatric residency and child psychiatry fellowship at the University of Arizona and general psychiatry residency from the University of Louisville. Dr. Stocker received his board certification in pediatrics in 1987, psychiatry in 1992 and child and adolescent psychiatry in 1992. In addition to his clinical service, he supervises psychiatry residents, medical students and child fellows during their child rotation on the outpatient service. Dr. Stocker is also active in the education of the psychology interns and post doctoral fellow. He lectures on topics related to childhood disorders such as obsessive compulsive disorder, autism, reactive attachment disorder, ADHD and post traumatic stress disorder.