Diane A. Klein

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Diane A. Klein, M.D.

Associate Professor; Director, Eating Disorders Program
Department of Psychiatry (Behav Health FGP)

Clinical Addresses

ONE PARK AVENUE
8TH FLOOR, OFFICE 131
NEW YORK, NY 10016
Hours: Mon. 9 - 5; Tue. 9 - 5; Wed. 9 - 5; Thu. 9 - 5; Fri. 9 - 5
Handicap Access: yes
Phone: 212-263-7419

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Medical Specialties

Psychiatry

Medical Expertise

Anorexia, Binge Eating, Depression, Bulimia, Excessive Exercise, Eating Disorders, Affective & Anxiety Disorders

Dr. Diane Klein received her undergraduate degree in Psychology from Harvard University, summa cum laude, and her medical degree from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where she also completed residency training in Psychiatry. Following a clinical research fellowship at Columbia University's Eating Disorders Research Center, Dr. Klein remained a faculty member until 2012. Over the course of her career she has received many prestigious grants and awards and given numerous invited talks. Dr. Klein's studies have focused largely on behavioral aspects of eating disorders, including problematic physical activity in people with anorexia nervosa. Her clinical work in the past 12 years spans the range of symptoms that people with eating, weight and shape concerns experience.

The Eating Disorders Program, led by Dr. Klein, offers specialized outpatient consultations and treatment to individuals with eating concerns including anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, "picky eating," and excessive exercise. Evaluations are comprehensive and include assessments of medical, nutritional, and psychological status. Dr. Klein works closely with other treating clinicians to develop a highly individualized plan of care for each patient. Patients may receive ongoing care at this site including medication management and psychotherapy, which may involve Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) as well as more dynamically-oriented methods. Dr. Klein's approach takes into consideration the tremendous difficulty that individuals with eating concerns may experience trying to reduce symptom use, and the ambivalence often experienced toward recovery.

Dr. Klein also has extensive experience treating people without eating disorders who suffer from anxiety and mood symptoms, attention deficit symptoms, reproductive health issues, and relationship difficulties. Patients, family members and providers are welcome to call to inquire about setting up an appointment.

Insurance

Cigna PPO, NY MEDICAID OPT-OUT (OPRA), UHC TOP TIER

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Board Certification

2003 — Ab Psychiatry & Neurology - Psychiatry

Education

1994-1998 — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Medical Education
1998-2002 — Johns Hopkins Hospital (Psychiatry), Internship
1998-2002 — Johns Hopkins Hospital (Psychiatry), Residency Training

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Assessment of fat taste in individuals with and without anorexia nervosa
Schebendach, Janet E; Klein, Diane A; Mayer, Laurel E S; Devlin, Michael J; Attia, Evelyn; Walsh, B Timothy
2014 Mar;47(2):215-218, International journal of eating disorders
— id: 1028762, year: 2014, vol: 47, page: 215, stat: Journal Article,

Android TWEETY - A wireless activity monitoring and biofeedback system
Zhang, Ting; Klein, DA; Walsh, T; Lu, Jiang; Sazonov, ES
MeMeA 2013 : IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications : May 4-5, 2013, Gatineau, Quebec, Canada, Universite du Quebec en Outaouais (UQO) : proceedings ,
— id: 1195972, year: 2014, vol: , page: ?, stat: Chapter,

Adipose tissue distribution after weight restoration and weight maintenance in women with anorexia nervosa
Mayer, Laurel E S; Klein, Diane A; Black, Elizabeth; Attia, Evelyn; Shen, Wei; Mao, Xiangling; Shungu, Dikoma C; Punyanita, Mark; Gallagher, Dympna; Wang, Jack; Heymsfield, Steven B; Hirsch, Joy; Ginsberg, Henry N; Walsh, B Timothy
2009 Nov;90(5):1132-1137, American journal of clinical nutrition
— id: 162778, year: 2009, vol: 90, page: 1132, stat: Journal Article,

Relative reinforcing value of exercise in inpatients with anorexia nervosa: model development and pilot data
Schebendach, Janet E; Klein, Diane A; Foltin, Richard W; Devlin, Michael J; Walsh, B Timothy
2007 Jul;40(5):446-453, International journal of eating disorders
— id: 162783, year: 2007, vol: 40, page: 446, stat: Journal Article,

Artificial sweetener use among individuals with eating disorders
Klein, Diane A; Boudreau, Gillian S; Devlin, Michael J; Walsh, B Timothy
2006 May;39(4):341-345, International journal of eating disorders
— id: 162785, year: 2006, vol: 39, page: 341, stat: Journal Article,

Translational approaches to understanding anorexia nervosa
Klein, Diane A; Walsh, B Timothy
2005 ;37 Suppl:S10-4; discussion S20, International journal of eating disorders
— id: 162787, year: 2005, vol: 37 Suppl, page: S10, stat: Journal Article,

Exercise "addiction" in anorexia nervosa: model development and pilot data
Klein, Diane A; Bennett, Andrew S; Schebendach, Janet; Foltin, Richard W; Devlin, Michael J; Walsh, B Timothy
2004 Jul;9(7):531-537, CNS spectrums
— id: 162789, year: 2004, vol: 9, page: 531, stat: Journal Article,

Eating disorders: clinical features and pathophysiology
Klein, Diane Alix; Walsh, B Timothy
2004 Apr;81(2):359-374, Physiology & behavior
— id: 185682, year: 2004, vol: 81, page: 359, stat: Journal Article,

Eating disorders
Klein, D A; Walsh, B T
2003 Aug;15(3):205-216, International review of psychiatry (Abingdon, UK)
— id: 174335, year: 2003, vol: 15, page: 205, stat: Journal Article,