MIKE ZHOU, MD
Psychiatry and Psychotherapy
New York, California, Connecticut
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I am a licensed, board-certified psychiatrist working with patients in New York, California, and Connecticut. I have experience using medications and psychotherapy to help with a range of psychiatric and psychological conditions. I am currently the Medical Director of Hamilton-Madison House, a clinic in New York City specializing in Asian-American and immigrant mental health, and I maintain a private practice in Manhattan.
I completed my medical training at the State University of New York – Downstate College of Medicine and his residency in psychiatry at Mount Sinai Beth Israel, where I served as the chief resident of the longterm psychotherapy program. During my career, I have worked as an attending physician in outpatient departments, acute and emergency care settings, as well as in educational settings supervising and training resident other psychiatrists and therapists. I have pursued ongoing training and supervision in psychodynamic psychotherapy and trauma-informed psychotherapy. I am fluent in English and Mandarin Chinese and have particular expertise in working with children of immigrants, international students, and those struggling with life in times of transition.
I currently provide in-person sessions from my office in Midtown, Manhattan and virtual telehealth sessions for those located in CA, CT, and elsewhere in NY.
I offer a free 10-minute phone consultation
to determine if my services are appropriate for your needs.
Alcohol and drug-related conditions
Culture and Identity
Work and career-related stress
College/graduate school issues
Relationships and romantic issues
Managing difficult emotions –
anger, nervousness, “stuck-ness “