Esteban Toledo-Carrion, MD

Board-Certified Psychiatrist in Columbia, MD

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Dr. Esteban Toledo-Carrion is a bilingual, board certified adult and addiction psychiatrist with training in psychodynamic psychotherapy.
He was born and raised in Ecuador and completed his medical training in his home country, where his interest and commitment to helping diverse populations began.

He complemented his medical studies with a research fellowship through the International Research Initiative and the P.A.I.N. group at Boston Children's Hospital, studying and authoring the impact of traumatic brain injury in children.

Dr. Toledo-Carrion finished his psychiatric degree at the Institute of Living in CT, emphasizing his training with a psychodynamic focus. He then joined the addiction psychiatry fellowship at Boston University, co-creating pioneering projects to help people suffering from substance use disorders. He also deepened his psychotherapy skills at the Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute.

In his career Dr. Toledo-Carrion has had national and international experience across many psychiatric settings (inpatient, partial hospital programs, emergency department, collaborative primary care, criminal justice system, outpatient and consulting).

He has worked in multiple private and public systems in the US, was formerly the medical director of the Addiction Psychiatry Treatment Program at Boston Medical Center and the group practice Northeast Wellness in MA.

He is passionate about cross-cultural issues and teaching, having been a site supervisor, lecturer, and individual therapy supervisor to PA students, nurse practitioners, medical students, residents and fellows.

Dr. Toledo-Carrion strives to build a collaborative partnership with his patients, making sure that intrapsychic dynamics are taken into account, which improves the success of all therapeutic interventions