Andrew Levin, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor
Dr. Levin is Board Certified in Psychiatry with Added Qualifications in Forensic Psychiatry. A graduate of the NYS Psychiatric Institute residency training program and NIMH research fellowship with the Anxiety Clinic, Dr. Levin has special expertise in the treatment and evaluation of trauma, depression, and anxiety utilizing cognitive/behavioral and psychopharmacologic modalities. He is currently the Medical Director of Westchester Jewish Community Services, serves as a forensic consultant, and maintains a private practice in Hartsdale, NY. Publications and presentations have included work on trauma, dissociative identity disorder, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, and forensic evaluation of trauma.
Education and Training
- University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
- Internship: Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
- Residency: New York State Psychiatric Institute
- Fellowship: New York State Psychiatric Institute
- Forensic Psychiatry
Anxiety, dissociative disorders, and secondary trauma.
Levin AP Albert L, Besser A Smith D Zelenski A Rosenkranz S & Neria Y: Secondary traumatic stress in attorneys and their administrative support staff working with trauma-exposed clients. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 2011;199: 946-955
Levin AP Gold LH & Onorato AA: POWs v. torturers: Forensic evaluation of military personnel. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 2009;37: 316-328
Levin AP & Greisberg S: Vicarious trauma in attorneys. Pace Law Review 2003;24: 245-252
Levin AP Saoud JB Strauman T Gorman JM Fyer AJ Crawford R & Liebowitz MR: Responses of"generalized" and "discrete" social phobics during public speaking. Journal of Anxiety Disorders 1993;7: 207-221
Levin AP & Hyler SJ : DSM-III personality diagnosis in bulimia. Comprehensive Psychiatry 1986;27: 47-53