Thomas (Lee) Reynolds, M.D.

Board Certified Child, Adolescent, Adult and Addictions Psychiatrist

Dr. Reynolds received his medical degree from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine in 1990. He completed his internship at Brockton Hospital and his residency and fellowship at Cambridge Hospital, both in Massachusetts. Dr. Reynolds is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in adult psychiatry, child and adolescent psychiatry, and addiction psychiatry. He has received numerous awards for excellence in care, achievement, and research.

Dr. Reynolds is married and a father of three. He has a strong spiritual view of life and respects all faith perspectives.

Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology in:

• Addiction Psychiatry (1998, 2009)
• Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (1997, 2009)
• Adult Psychiatry (1995, 2009)

• Fellowship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry through Harvard Medical School at The Cambridge Hospital (1996)

• Residency in Adult Psychiatry through Harvard Medical School at The Cambridge Hospital (1994)

• Transitional Internship through Boston University at the Brockton Hospital (1991)

• M.D. with Distinction in Computer Medicine from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine (1990)

• Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Religious Studies from The College of Wooster (1983)

• Fellowship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry through Harvard Medical School at The Cambridge Hospital (1996)

• Residency in Adult Psychiatry through Harvard Medical School at The Cambridge Hospital (1994)

• Transitional Internship through Boston University at the Brockton Hospital (1991)

• M.D. with Distinction in Computer Medicine from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine (1990)

• Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Religious Studies from The College of Wooster (1983)

• Group practice with North Canton Medical Foundation in North Canton, OH. After getting to know area and healthcare system, joined North Canton Medical Foundation. Perform psychiatric outpatient diagnostic evaluations, medication management, and psychotherapy for children and adolescents. (2005–present)
• Private practice of 4KidHelp, Inc. in North Canton, OH. When first moved to area, opened private outpatient child and adolescent psychiatry practice. (2004–2005)
• Medical Director at Brighton Allston Mental Health Association in Brighton, MA. Provided psychiatric care and administrative oversight of five psychiatrists and a clinical nurse specialist at The Walker Home and School and the Italian Home for Children. Developed outpatient child psychiatric service for a working class suburb of Boston. (2003–2004)
• Medical Director at Children’s Charter Clinic in Waltham, MA . Clinical consultant and supervisor of psychiatric care for clinic specializing in treating abused children and battered women. (2003–2004)
• Medical Director of Special Care Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA. As Harvard faculty member, directed the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health’s hospital unit for the most severely mentally ill young children in the state. (2002–2003)
• Psychiatric Consultant for Family Stabilization Team at Roxbury Multiservice Center in Roxbury, MA. Consultant for team helping to prevent rehospitalization in one of the poorest neighborhoods of Boston. (2001–2003)
• Medical Director at Italian Home for Children in Jamaica Plain, MA. Chief clinician for 21-bed diagnostic unit for children as well as psychiatrist for 60 children in residential and group homes. (1998–2003)
Addiction Psychiatrist at North Charles Institute. Responsible for medical care of large polysubstance outpatient program and Methadone maintenance program. (2007-2009)
• Medical Director at Fuller Intensive Residential Treatment Program in Boston, MA. Medical Director for Massachusetts’ Department of Mental Health’s locked unit for emotionally disturbed urban teenagers. (1996–2000)
• Co-Director of Academic Advisory Program at Cambridge Rindge & Latin School in Cambridge, MA. Co-directed Harvard-affiliated program which enrolled all 2,000 Cambridge public school adolescents in 200 academic and social support groups. Advisory panel included former Surgeon General Dr. Julius Richmond, who founded Headstart. (1995–1998)

• Psychiatrist Member, Stark County Board of Mental Health, 2003-2004.
• Psychiatric consultant to over ten schools, including two nursery schools
• Half-time funding for one year to study violence prevention in young children through storytelling
• Chief psychiatrist for two years in Methadone and outpatient polysubstance abuse clinic, North Charles Institue for the Addictions
• Psychiatrist for two years in one of the first HIV clinics in Boston
• Three years specialty training in groups which led to running several group therapies for children and adolescents
• Research assistant while in medical school on the immunogenetics of arthritis, which led to ten scientific publications
• Artistic Director for the HomeStrung puppeteers, a four-person puppet troupe which used over 100 puppets of various styles