Patricia Marino, Ph.D.

Psychology
Patricia Marino

Patricia Marino's, PhD area of clinical expertise includes adult and geriatric mood disorders, such as depression and anxiety, with a special interest in geriatric psychology and health psychology. In addition, Dr. Marino has extensive experience in treating individuals with medical conditions, including HIV/AIDS, cancer, Parkinson's disease, sickle cell anemia and chronic pain. Research interests include the role of social support and social networks in mental health outcomes.

Dr. Patricia Marino earned her undergraduate degree from Binghamton University, State University of New York, a master's degree in Psychological Measurement and Evaluation from New York University, and completed the doctorate program in Clinical Psychology with a Health Emphasis at Yeshiva University's Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. Additionally, she received further training in the Department of Psychiatry at Long Island Jewish Medical Center - The Zucker Hillside Hospital, and post-doctoral training in the Department of Geriatric Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College.

Dr. Marino has a psychotherapy practice in the Cornell Physicians Organization. She is available for diagnostic evaluation, consultation, and psychotherapy, and has been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Problem Solving Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.

Dr. Marino is a NY State licensed psychologist who is available for diagnostic evaluation, consultation, and individual psychotherapy.

Office Hours:
  Weekdays, 9am-5pm 
  Some evening hours are also available.

To schedule appointments:
  Call (914) 997-8691 [or] 
  Email at pam2029@med.cornell.edu 

Insurances

Insurance Plans Accepted

The following represents most of the managed care plans accepted by this physician. If your insurance carrier does not appear here please feel free to contact this physician or this physician's practice as they may have individual contracts not included on this site.

  • Aetna - Weill Cornell [POS]
  • Medicare [Medicare]
  • Medicare
  • Rockefeller University - CoreSource

Publications

Young RC, Schulberg H, Gildengers A, Sajatovic M, Mulsant B, Gyulai L, Beyer J, Marangell L, Kunik M, Ten Have T, Bruce M, Gur R, Marino P, Evans J, Reynolds C, Alexopoulos G. (2010). Conceptual and methodological issues in designing a randomized, controlled treatment trial for geriatric bipolar disorder: GERI-BD. Bipolar Disorders, 12 (1), 56-67.
 

Marino P, Sirey JA, Raue PJ, Alexopoulos, GS. (2008). Impact of social support and self-efficacy on functioning in depressed older adults with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. International Journal of COPD, 3 (4), 713-718.
 

Rosen J, Mulsant BH, Marino P, Young RC, Fox D. (2008). Web-based tutorial and interrater reliability testing for the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale. Psychiatry Research, 161, 126-130.
 

Marino P, Simoni J, Silverstein L. (2007).  Peer Support to Promote Medication Adherence among People Living with HIV/AIDS: The Benefits to Peers.  Social Work in Health Care, 45 (1), 67-80.
 

Wiernik PH, Wang SQ, Hu X, Marino P, Paietta E.  (2000).  Age of onset evidence for anticipation in familial non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.  British Journal of Haematology, 108, 72-79.
 

Wiernik PH, Xiaoping H, Ratech H, Fineberg S, Marino P, Schleider MA, Etkind P, Walewski JA. (2000). Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in Women with Breast Cancer.  The Cancer Journal, 6, 336-342.
 

Desphande H, Hu X, Marino P, Jan N, Wiernik PH.  (1998).  Anticipation in familial plasma cell dyscrasias.  British Journal of Haematology, 103, 696-703.
Makower D, Marino P, Frank M, Wiernik PH:  (1998).  Familial hairy cell Leukemia.  Leukemia and Lymphoma, 29, 193-197.
 

Novik Y, Marino P, Makower DF, Wiernik PH:  (1998).  Familial erythroleukemia:  a distinct clinical and genetic type of Familial Leukemia.  Leukemia and Lymphoma, 30, 395 - 401.

 

BOOK CHAPTER:
 

Zweig RA, Marino P & Hinrichsen GA. Insight-Oriented, Interpersonal, and Integrative Psychotherapy. In Psychiatry in Long-Term Care, Second Edition. Editors Reichman & Katz. Oxford University Press; 2009.

PRESENTATION:
 

Beyer JL, Marino P, Kunik M, Sajatovic M, Gyulai L,  Mulsant B,  Gildengers A, Young R. (2009, March).  Social Support in Late Life Mania: A GERI-BD Report. 2009 Annual Meeting American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry, Hawaii.
 

Marino, P., Newell, K., Sirey, JA., Papademetriou, E., & Bruce ML. (2008, March). Depression and Psychosocial Factors Effecting the Thoughts and Beliefs about Medicare Part D.  2008 Annual Meeting American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry, Orlando, FL.

 

INVITED SPEAKER:
 

Marino, P. (October, 2009). Arthritis and Depression. Arthritis Connections Seminar Series. Arthritis Foundation, New York Chapter.
 

Marino, P. (October, 2009). Coping with Life’s Changes. Kubasek Trinity Manor Senior Residence, Yonkers, New York.
 

Marino, P. (March, 2009). Growing Old Gracefully is Easier Said than Done: Tips for Managing Stress. New York Presbyterian Hospital, White Plains, New York.
 

Marino, P. (March, 2009). Late Life Depression. Learning in Retirement at Iona College (LIRIC), New Rochelle, New York.
 

Marino, P. (January, 2009). Beating the Holiday Blues. Doyle Senior Center, New Rochelle, New York.
 

Marino, P. (October, 2008). Managing Stress Through Relaxation, Mediation and Acceptance. Learning in Retirement at Iona College (LIRIC), New Rochelle, New York.
 

Marino, P. (April, 2008). Mental Health Perspectives for the Caregiver. Clergy Conference: Ministering to the Caregiver.  Westchester Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing. Mount Vernon, New York.
 

Marino, P. (November, 2007). Delivering Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) to an Older Adult Population. Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yeshiva University. Bronx, New York.
 

Marino, P. (November, 2007). Fine Tune Your Signal:  Challenging Negative Thinking and Making social Connections. Learning in Retirement at Iona College (LIRIC), New Rochelle, New York.
 

Marino, P. (April, 2007). Overview of Geriatric Depression: Recognizing the Signs and Overcoming the Barriers. Presented at the Health Promotion and Culturally Appropriate Clinical Care. The Consortium of New York Geriatric Education Centers, NYU College of Nursing, New York, New York.

 

Honors and Awards

Clinical Translational Science Center Community Engagement program at Weill Cornell Medical College (UL1-RR024996). 

 

Pilot study, “Adaptive Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for Community Dwelling Depressed Older Adults”, Awarded March, 2009.

 

NIH Loan Repayment Program, Awarded 2008.