"My philosophy is patient-centered and organizationally focused. I can help you and your organization to meet your executive goals, foster your creativity to grow from your struggles, and ultimately to innovate and find solutions which allow both you and your organization to prosper."Dr. Robert Feinstein is a Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, in Long Island, NY. He is an expert in 6 forms of psychotherapy and an evidence-based psychopharmacologist. He recently moved his psychiatric private practice to Stamford Ct and opened his consulting businesses with mental health companies and educational organizations Dr. Feinstein went to NYU for medical school, Albert Einstein in Bronx NY for psychiatric residency, and Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research where he became a psychoanalyst.He works as a psychiatric consultant with tele-mental health companies and as a psychiatric educator with community mental health and integrated care organizations. Dr. Feinstein has special expertise in suicide and violence prevention, health, and wellness, He is a talented t teacher, supervisor, mentor, consultant, and researcher with many peer-review publications. Affiliations:American Board of Psychiatry and NeurologyColumbia Center for Psychoanalytic Training & ResearchVice-Chair and Senior Associate Dean of Education at Colorado School of MedicineVice /Associate Chair of Psychiatry and Education at CU-SOM and Dell Medical SchoolDirector of Psychiatric Residency Training at New York Medical CollegeProfessor of Clinical Psychiatry, teaching and supervising the Donald and Barbara Zucker School of Medicine President's Teacher Scholars U of Denver ColoradoAmerican Psychiatric Association - Colorado: Life Time Achievement AwardDr. Feinstein is in private psychiatric practice in Stamford, Connecticut combining psychotherapy and psychopharmacology with organizational consulting. He practices and is licensed in Connecticut, New York, Colorado, and Texas.