Alan Manevitz, M.D. is a Psychiatrist in New York City, where he maintains a private practice. Dr. Manevitz is a clinical associate professor at Payne Whitney-Weill Cornell Medical Center, an attending psychiatrist at New York Presbyterian and Lenox Hill Hospitals, and teaches at the Weill-Cornell Medical School.

Dr. Manevitz is recognized for his clinical skills and excellence in Marital, Family and Sex Therapy, complex issues involving medication (Advanced Psychopharmacology), and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD). He is also nationally and internationally recognized for his clinical skills in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). He has lectured on the clinical treatment of Fibromyalgia and Pain at the grand rounds and national meetings.

Dr. Manevitz has developed a reputation for consultation of difficult to diagnose patients and review of treatment resistant patients where he utilizes his knowledge of classic treatments and his experience as an early adapter to new medication and medical devices to quarterback innovative biopsychosocial integrated clinical strategies of treatment.

We invite you to explore our website and learn more about our practice. We also hope that the information provided will create a sense of security, hope and trust, and pave the way for meeting Dr. Alan Manevitz.

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Work Place Violence

Technological advances (allowing employees and employers to be involved 24/7), economic issues (leading to less relative increases in salary) coupled with higher expectations of employers (for greater efficiency and productivity) have increased uncertainty, stress and anxiety in the workplace.  These and other factors contribute to a recent survey that demonstrated that one in every five …

Interview with WCBS-TV New York: New Study Links Antidepressants and Autism

According to Dr. Manevitz, it is critical to caution currently pregnant women who are on antidepressants who read about this study to not panic and suddenly discontinue their medication.  They could go through withdrawal symptoms that could be a higher risk than continuing on their medicine.  They should consult their obstetrician and psychiatrist before deciding …