Alexandra Canetti, MD
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at CUMC
Alexandra Canetti, MD, is a board-certified Child and Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist with an interest in community psychiatry and family issues. She was born and raised in Puerto Rico.Dr. Canetti graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Science in Pre Medicine from the University of Puerto Rico. She completed her medical degree at Universidad Central del Caribe in Puerto Rico, and her residency in Adult Psychiatry at Cabrini Medical Center. She graduated from her Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship at St. Vincents Medical Center, where she was the chief fellow.
She joined the training faculty at the Columbia HIV Training Project and AIDS Education Training Center of NY/NJ and has interest in culturally competent family based care to children and youth with medical illnesses. She currently serves as the Program Medical Director at the Special Needs Clinic, where she treats the mental health needs of individuals and families affected by medical illness.
Dr. Canetti participates in the Columbia Doctors Faculty Practice with an office in CUCARD Westchester, Tarrytown, NY.
155 White Plains Road
Tarrytown, NY 10591
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CUMC/NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital
New York, NY 10032
11/2015 - Present - Teaching and Supervision in the Division of Pediatric Psychiatry.
Clinical Supervision of second year Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellows.
Supervision of Child and Adolescent Fellows on call to the emergency room and consultation liaison service.
Supervision and teaching to First year Columbia University Medical School students rotating in outpatient Pediatric Psychiatry rotation in the Special Needs Clinic NYPH-CUMC.
In-service presentations within the Special Needs Clinic on cases with a focus on medical complexity and psychiatric disorders.
2/2013 - 3/2014 - Supervisor in the Division of Psychiatry, supervising third year Adult Psychiatry residents in their outpatient clinical rotation.
2/2010 - 5/2012 - Training Faculty at the Columbia HIV Mental Health Training Project (Research Foundation for mental Hygiene) and the AIDS.