Dr. Weymouth graduated from Tower Hill School and won the merit-based Jefferson Scholarship to the University of Virginia. There she accelerated her studies to finish undergraduate and medical school in seven years. Next she received her residency training at the Harvard-Longwood program.

Dr. Weymouth was the Chief Resident in the outpatient department at the Brigham & Women’s Hospital. The Association of Women Psychiatrists recognized her with the Wyeth fellowship in 2005.  She was also honored to be an Assistant Editor to the prestigious Harvard Review of Psychiatry from 2003-2005.

While treating pregnant and postpartum patients in Boston, she recognized that many did not want medications. That is when Dr. Weymouth began to focus more on talk therapy, improving wellness, and natural remedies. After Boston, she was an Attending at NYU’s Bellevue Hospital where she was part of a burgeoning Mind-Body Clinic for the underprivileged patients of Manhattan. There she integrated traditional psychiatry and medicine with evidenced-based alternative treatments such as the relaxation response and mindfulness.

Dr. Weymouth is Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She holds an unrestricted license to practice medicine in Delaware and Pennsylvania. During the pandemic she volunteered for Physician Support Line https://www.physiciansupportline.com/ and the Delaware Medical Reserve Corps and is a current member of both the American Medical Association and the American Psychiatric Association.