Stephen Grcevich, MD
President and Founder, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Stephen Grcevich, MD is an accomplished physician who has balanced an active clinical practice in child and adolescent psychiatry with teaching, research, and community service.
Dr. Grcevich is a 1986 graduate of the combined BS/MD program at Northeast Ohio Medical University. He completed his residency in general psychiatry at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation and fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at University Hospitals Case Medical Center.
Dr. Grcevich has extensive research experience evaluating medications prescribed to children and teens for ADHD, anxiety, and depression. He has been a presenter at 35 national and international medical conferences and is a past recipient of the Exemplary Psychiatrist Award from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). He maintains current faculty appointments at two medical schools (Case Western Reserve and Northeast Ohio Medical University) and has served in numerous volunteer capacities for the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Dr. Grcevich’s current role with the practice involves providing psychiatric assessment of children and teens with complex emotional and behavioral conditions for the purpose of developing comprehensive treatment plans, overseeing the thoughtful and conservative use of prescription medication when indicated and on occasion, conducting school or home visits.
Dr. Grcevich serves as a regular contributor to Brian and Jannelle Mornings, a popular morning drive time radio show on WCRF-FM in Cleveland and five other stations across Northern Ohio and Northwest Pennsylvania.
In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Grcevich serves as President of Key Ministry, a non-profit organization that helps to connect churches with families of children with disabilities. He is a frequent speaker at major ministry conferences on topics pertaining to mental health, spiritual development and leadership. His first book, Mental Health and the Church presents an inclusion model for churches seeking to welcome children, adults and families impacted by mental illness, and was published by Harper Collins in February, 2018.
Dr. Grcevich and his wife (Denise) have been married for 31 years and have two children. Their older daughter (Leah) is currently in her second year of medical school in Alabama. Their younger daughter (Mira) is a junior at Belmont University in Nashville and plans to pursue a career in sports psychology.
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