He is a psychiatrist in private practice in New York City and Assistant Clinical Professor in Psychiatry at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He is engaged in
scholarly writing and academic research. His primary areas of expertise include assessment and treatment of mood, anxiety, personality, substance use and psychotic disorders.
He provides an individualized treatment that may include different forms of psychotherapy and offers his expertise in pharmacotherapy when needed.
He relies on an evidence-based practices approach and uses his training and knowledge of neurobiology, psychoanalytic/cognitive-behavioral therapy to alleviate the most distressing problems that one encounters. His warm, thoughtful approach and compassionate manner offers individuals a deeper understanding of the internal and external challenges they are facing.
He has multiple areas of specializations including psychotherapy, pharmacological management and other therapeutic modalities.