Practice Statement

Dr. Cohen’s practice offers comprehensive treatment for mood and anxiety disorders. In addition to psychopharmacology and psychotherapy, Dr. Cohen’s office offers Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), a medication-free alternative treatment for depression and other disorders; Ketamine, a cutting-edge psycho-pharmacological approach to depression; and pharmaco-genetic testing to help guide the approach to medication. 

Addiction Treatment

Dr. Cohen has ample experience working with addictions, both substance and behavioral, using pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy tailored to address individual patient needs. Dr. Cohen has treated substance abuse in the hospital, emergency room, military, and in outpatient settings (private office).

In addition, Dr. Cohen is certified to provide the latest treatments using Suboxone (buprenorphine) to treat opioid dependency.

Suboxone was approved for clinical use in 2002 and works to prevent and reduce withdrawal symptoms in order to eliminate opioid abuse in patients. When taken as prescribed and with the aid of therapy, Suboxone is a safe and effective manner to treat opioid addiction.

MEET OUR DOCTORS

Dr. Ziv E. Cohen is a Weill Cornell-affiliated and board certified psychiatrist with extensive experience treating mood disorders, trauma, PTSD, and a variety of other disorders.  His experience lies with individuals across the lifecycle, including adolescents and adults. Dr. Cohen is also Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University, and on the medical staff of New York Presbyterian Hospital, both in New York City.

Dr. Noam Schneck  is a New York state licensed clinical psychologist and an assistant professor of psychology at Columbia University in the Department of Psychiatry. Dr. Schneck provides psychological treatments utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy, insight oriented therapy and mindfulness approaches within the context of a warm and caring relationship.  His research work investigates the processes by which unwanted and painful thoughts come to mind and influence behavior and life functioning.  He has a wide array of experience treating children, pre-adolescents, teenagers and adults.

Sarah Delaney is a Yale trained psychiatric nurse practitioner. In New York State, psychiatric nurse practitioners are fully licensed psychopharmacologists. She is a skilled practitioner and is on staff at the Columbia University outpatient psychiatric department. In her private practice, she treats a variety of conditions with the most current and comprehensive regimens. Ms. Delaney received her undergraduate and master’s degrees at Yale University. Ms. Delaney works with children, adolescents, and adults to address a wide range of social, emotional, and behavioral issues.