Michelle Thorpe, MD, is a medical doctor specializing in psychiatry. She graduated from Ross University School of Medicine, where she completed her medical degree. She also graduated from Montclair State University, where she completed her Bachelor of Arts Degree and Master’s Degree in clinical child psychology. Dr. Thorpe graduated from a four-year psychiatry residency program at Bergen Regional Medical Center in 2012. Afterward, she completed a two-year Fellowship Program in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Bronx Lebanon Hospital, where she held the title of Chief Fellow in her final year.
Dr. Thorpe is double Board Certified in General Psychiatry and Child/Adolescent Psychiatry. She has identified and treated patients with various disorders, including ADHD, depression, psychosis, mood, anxiety, personality, and eating disorders, for many years.
Currently, Dr. Thorpe is a practicing psychiatrist at Bergen New Bridge Medical Center, where she evaluates and treats patients of all ages. She has in-depth experience in treating children, adolescents and adults in various settings, including outpatient clinics, inpatient psychiatric units, the emergency room, intensive outpatient programs, group homes and partial hospitalization programs.