About

Education & Training
Dr. Joseph received her bachelor’s degree in biology and chemistry, cum laude, from Duke University, her medical degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, and her business degree from Columbia Business School. She completed her adult psychiatry residency at Columbia University, New York Presbyterian Hospital and the New York State Psychiatric Institute. She completed her Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship at the Child Study Center at NYU Langone Medical Hospital and Bellevue Hospital.

Academic Appointments:
Dr. Joseph is a clinical assistant professor of Child and Adolescent psychiatry at NYU Langone Medical Center/NYU Child Study Center. Dr. Joseph teaches medical media related topics to undergraduates at NYU and to fellows in child and adolescent psychiatry.

Cultural Competency:
Dr. Joseph  obtained a 4 year grant from the APA to develop expertise in the area of cultural competency in psychiatry and utilized this knowledge to educate physicians globally about this topic.

Interesting Facts:
Dr. Joseph was inspired to become a psychiatrist after volunteering with HIV infected orphans in South Africa during which she participated in trauma-focused group therapies.

Office Ambiance:
Relaxing and welcoming space, with a separate area that has toys, books and a computer.

Practice Coordinator:

Rahul Chhetri studied Environmental Sciences at CUNY Brooklyn College. He is HIPAA certified and has various health care certifications, including IATA & GCP. His interests include working with special needs children and Mental Health Research. Rahul is bilingual and speaks both English and Nepali fluently.

 

 

 

 

 

Press Articles:

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