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Weill Cornell Medicine psychiatrists provide outstanding behavioral healthcare at two separate sites in the New York City area. At Payne Whitney, located on Manhattan's East Side, and at the Westchester Division in White Plains, children, adolescents, and adults receive the most current therapeutic and pharmacologic care available to treat mood, anxiety, attention deficit, personality, and other disorders. At either facility, patients can receive psychiatric evaluations by a qualified mental health therapist or psychiatric doctor.

Our psychiatrists provide the full range of services that includes individual and couple therapy, family services, and treatment of eating disorders and schizophrenia. We have extensive services available in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Specialists, including mental health counselors and psychiatric doctors, offer a range of treatment and support programs for children, adolescents and adults. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with a nationally ranked psychiatrist connected to one of the top hospital systems in New York City and the U.S.


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What Our Patients Are Saying


After feeling hopeless in finding a reproductive psychiatrist, I stumbled upon Dr. Hermann and I’m so glad I did. She was clear and concise in next steps and she made my husband and I feel comfortable. I’m looking forward to working with her!

Sep 02, 2020
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Talking about Nabil Kotbi, M.D.

There is no better psychiatrist out there. Incredibly intelligent and empathetic.

Jul 25, 2019
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I was in the midst of a painful divorce and Dr. Brody was incredibly insightful and helped me put things in context. He is a wonderful doctor and I would recommend him to anyone, whether you are going through a crises or not.

Feb 15, 2019
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