My name is Mike Zhou, and I am a licensed, board-certified psychiatrist.
My style is holistic, empowering, and collaborative. I offer personalized treatment that is sensitive to individual preferences, cultural backgrounds, and life histories. I offer medicine when they may be helpful and when they are in line with your preferences. My style in therapy focuses on relationships, past experiences, and in general helping you understand yourself better and to live with more freedom, joy, and resilience. Above all, I believe that a safe, calming environment and a trusting relationship with your provider are the most important factors in your care and I strive to provide that in our every interaction.
Outside of private practice, I am the Medical Director of Hamilton-Madison House, a clinic specializing in Asian-American and immigrant mental health. Additionally, I work as an Attending Psychiatrist within the Mount Sinai Health System where I supervise and train resident psychiatrists. Prior to these positions, I completed my psychiatry residency training in New York City at Mount Sinai Beth Israel, where I was the chief resident of long term psychotherapy during my final year. Prior to residency, I completed my medical degree at the State University of New York – Downstate College of Medicine and my undergraduate degree at New York University. I am fluent in English and Mandarin Chinese. I have expertise in working with international students, children of immigrants, and those struggling with life in a new environment.
I look forward to hearing your story.