Dr. Cohen’s practice offers comprehensive treatment for mood and anxiety disorders. In addition to psychopharmacology and psychotherapy, Dr. Cohen’s office
At Principium Psychiatry, we have assembled a unique clinical team with expertise in emergency psychiatry, psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, fitness for duty, substance use, and other issues highly relevant to companies with large, dynamic staff who can benefit from an Employee Assistance Program. Principium Psychiatry is available to serve as a full service EAP program to New York businesses who seek a superior mental health EAP staffed with highly qualified clinicians.
Dr. Ziv Cohen, medical director at Principium Psychiatry, has extensive experience in organizational psychiatry, having served as an emergency room psychiatrist, college psychiatrist, military psychiatrist, and an EAP psychiatrist at a major NYC corporation. Dr. Cohen is a board certified forensic psychiatrist. He brings his knowledge, training, and experience in this area to leading a clinical team of Columbia and Cornell affiliated clinicians who can perform EAP services including:
-handling telephone calls from company staff seeking direction on a newly arisen mental health situation with an employee
-scheduling an urgent evaluation for an employee, to assess the employee’s needs and fitness for duty
-provide short or longterm treatment to the employee in order to speed up return to duty
-make recommendations about whether an employee is permanently disabled
Principium Psychiatry is conveniently located in Columbus Circle, accessible to all major public transportation in New York City and to area small businesses and corporations.
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.