Delvena Thomas, MD, MPH trained in medicine and psychiatry at the University of Maryland Medical Systems in Baltimore (MD). She is board-certified in psychiatry and neurology and maintains a private practice in psychotherapy, psychopharmacology, and forensic psychiatry. Dr. Thomas is also a Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army Reserves and a veteran of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom who has completed three tours of duty in Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait to provide mental health care for soldiers needing stress reduction and therapy, family connectedness, and spiritual well-being. In her private practice, Dr. Thomas provides individual, couple, and group therapy to address several issues, including: performance problems experienced by serious amateur and professional athletes, addiction, sexual dysfunction, mood, and anxiety disorders. Dr. Thomas founded the nonprofit organization, The DRT Brain Love Foundation in 2018, with a mission of providing a culturally sensitive and holistic approach to mental and behavioral health for disadvantaged individuals by encompassing awareness, education, prevention, and treatment modalities to improve the quality of life. Dr. Thomas received her undergraduate degree from the Notre Dame of Maryland University. She received her medical degree from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2003 and completed her residency training at the University of Maryland and Sheppard Enoch Pratt Psychiatry Program four years later. During her residency, Dr. Thomas also attained her master's degree in public health.