Jesse Allen-Dicker, Ph.D.
Provider of world-class care at NewYork-Presbyterian
About Jesse Allen-Dicker, Ph.D.
I provide in-person and virtual psychotherapy and psychiatric assessments to adolescents and adults of all ages. I pride myself on taking a patient-centered approach, utilizing and/or integrating research-backed practices and molding them to the unique needs of each individual patient with whom I work. I strive to understand my patients, so that I can help my patients, and I rely on warmth, respect, and years of clinical training and practice to facilitate this process. In treating individuals, I primarily use approaches from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP; a form of CBT).
Please note that Dr. Allen-Dicker practices at the NewYork-Presbyterian location at 240 East 69th StreetNew York, NY 10065, though he does not practice through the Collaborative Care Center.
Dr. Allen-Dicker is a clinical psychologist skilled in the assessment and treatment of adolescents and adults of all ages. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology at Union College followed by a Master of Arts degree in General/Theoretical Psychology and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at Fairleigh Dickinson University. After completing his doctorate, Dr. Allen-Dicker completed a post-doctoral fellowship in consultation-liaison and medical psychology at Lenox Hill Hospital/Northwell Health where he specialized in the care of individuals with medical illnesses at both the outpatient and inpatient level. As part of his practice, Dr. Allen-Dicker worked extensively with patients on oncological and cardiological matters.
Across his career, Dr. Allen-Dicker has continually provided individual psychotherapy to general psychiatric patients with a variety of presentations, including anxiety, depression, OCD, and challenges related to relationships and life transitions. He maintains a special interest in the treatment of individuals with OCD using Exposure and Response Prevention (EX/RP), a treatment for which he received specialized training at the OCD Center at Zucker Hillside Hospital/Northwell Health.
Overall, Dr. Allen-Dicker is passionate about helping individuals meet goals related to their relationships and mental and physical health. Consistent with this pursuit is his interest in the clinical benefits of exercise and sleep, having completed a dissertation on the role of exercise and sleep in mood functioning. Prior to that, he provided sport psychological services to Division I athletes. Most recently, Dr. Allen-Dicker published a book chapter on sleep in adolescent athletes.
At Weill Cornell, Dr. Allen-Dicker is an Assistant Professor of Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry, serves on the LVAD/Heart Transplant service, and supervises mental health clinicians treating individuals within hospital-affiliated primary care practices. He maintains a faculty practice at Weill Cornell and is available for evaluation, consultation, and individual psychotherapy.
- Patient Experience Honor 2023
- Research Grant 2022
- School of Psychology’s Student Travel Fund Grant 2021
- Daniel C. and Martina Lewis Endowed Scholarship 2020 – 2021
- Daniel C. and Martina Lewis Endowed Scholarship 2019 – 2020
- Graduate Student Fellowship Aug. 2017 – June 2020
- School of Psychology’s Student Travel Fund Grant 2018
- Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society (National History Honor Society) 2013
Ph.D.Fairleigh Dickinson University2022
M.A.Fairleigh Dickinson University2020
Assistant Attending PsychologistNewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Assistant Professor of Psychology in Clinical PsychiatryWeill Cornell Medical College, Cornell University
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