Edward Zach Schaye M.D.

I have an MD and completed a Residency in Psychiatry. I am Certified in Psychiatry by the  American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and licensed in New York State.  In addition to my three years of psychiatric residency training I have several years of training and supervision in psychodynamic psychotherapy/psychoanalytic treatment, in addition to personal psychoanalysis.

I authored a paper On Medication Patients and Their Treatment.

I have taught courses to Psychiatric Residents and courses to students in Psychotherapy programs. One course on  the Side Effects of Commonly Used  Psychotropic Drugs and the other on Psychosomatic & Physiological Disorders.

The services I provide include individual therapy, medicine consultations, psychopharmacology. I work with adults dealing with anxiety, depression, panic disorders, ADD/ADHD or just generally any disorder causing stress that interferes with ones daily love and work life.

You can view more details about me by perusing my curriculum vitae.

To make an appointment with me for a consultation you may reach me at 212 595 1330.
 

CURRICULUM VITAE


EDUCATION AND TRAINING
A.B., Princeton University, 1961
M.D., New York University School of Medicine, 1965
Rotating Internship, Beth Israel Medical Center, NYC, 1966
Residency in Psychiatry, New York University Medical Center, Bellevue Hospital, 1967, 1970-1972

SPECIALTY  BOARD CERTIFICATION
Certified in Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology,1972

POST GRADUATE TRAINING
Courses in  Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Individual Supervision in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
1975 – 1979   Faculty, Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons  
1979 – 1983  Faculty, N.P.A.P ( Course in Psychopharmacology)             

HOSPITAL AFFILIATIONS Formerly Attending Psychiatrist, Gracie Square Hospital;
Associate Attending, Department of Psychiatry, St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center 

PRIVATE PRACTICE
Psychotherapy & Psychopharmacology, including treatment of Adult ADHD

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
College Mental Health – Diagnosis, Short term psychotherapy, Psychopharmacology
1971-1972 Psychiatrist NYU Student Health Service
1972-1973 Psychiatrist SUNY Student Health Service
1977-1979 Psychiatrist Columbia University Student Health Service

TEACHING
1974-1976 Columbia University, College of Physicians & Sugeons, Preceptorship in  Clinical Psychiatry
1976 -1978   Columbia University , St. Luke’s-Roosevelt & Harlem Hospital,          
"Comprehensive Care & Maintenance Chemotherapy in Psychiatry" to 2nd. & 3rd. year 
Residents, Department of Psychiatry 

Columbia UniversitySt. Luke’sRoosevelt Hospital – Course on

Psychoanalytically Oriented Group Psychotherapy to Psychiatric Residents, other Trainees & Staff Members
                              

Columbia University – St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital  –  Department of  Psychiatry Supervision of Psychiatric Residents, Psychiatric Social Workers, Psychologists.

National Psychological Association For Psychoanalysis
1979                  Course on Side Effects of Commonly Used  Psychotropic Drugs
1981-1983        Course on  Psychosomatic & Physiological Disorders

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS
American Society of Psychoanalytic Physicians (ASPP) New York Chapter —  Member
www.ASPP.net
 

PUBLICATIONS
"On ‘Medication Patients’ and Their Treatment: The Advantages of Groups,"1975  in Groups: A Journal of Group Dynamics and Psychotherapy