Milena Goldshmidt, MD

Staff Psychiatrist

"Man is a creature that can get accostumed to anything, and I think that is the best definition of him." - Fyodor Dostoevsky

Specialty
Medication Management
Years of Experience
5
Locations
New York, NY
Pennsylvania
Florida
Education

• Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara, MD

• School Of Medicine (St. John's, Antigua and Barbuda), MD

• Stony Brook University - School of Medicine, Residency

• University of Maryland, Residency

• Dartmouth Medical School - Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, Fellowship

Languages
English
Russian

Dr. Milena Goldshmidt is a new addition to the Talkiatry network which allows her the luxury of working from home after the new addition to her family. She is double boarded in Adult Psychiatry and Sleep Medicine. She has been practicing for 10 years.

Dr. Goldshmidt's focus is on medication management as well as supportive and emotionally focused therapy. She gives ample time in new patient appointments and has 30 minute follow sessions. She also is a believer in additional therapy is needed and/or additional medical and procedural therapies if needed to provide the best care and outcomes to her patients.

Dr. Goldshmidt is a graduate of the American University of Antigua. She started her psychiatric career with residency at the University of Maryland Medical Center/Sheppard Pratt. She then moved up to New England to attend a Sleep Medicine at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. She has since worked on an inpatient psychiartric unit in Lake Champlain NY. This was followed by an outpatient in both psychiatry and sleep medicine at St. Lukes University Health Network in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania.

In addition to general psychiatry, Dr. Goldshmidt is board certified in Sleep Medicine. She also completed training in Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation at Duke University. She did her undergraduate studies at Hunter College in New York City. She has vast experience with the whole spectrum of psychiatric disorders, she concentrates on anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and all sleep disorders.

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