Samuel Glazer

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Samuel Glazer, M.D.

Clinical Assistant Professor;
Department of Psychiatry

Clinical Addresses

3 East 85th Street
New York, NY 10028
Hours: Mon. 7 - 6; Tue. 7 - 3; Wed. 7 - 6; Thu. 7 - 6; Fri. 7 - 1
Phone: 212-734-9859
Fax: 212-734-9499

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Medical Specialties

Psychiatry

Medical Expertise

Diagnostic Evaluations, Depression, General Psychiatry, ADD/ADHD, Substance Abuse, Psychotherapy, Psychopharmacology, Affective & Anxiety Disorders, Addiction

Clinical Responsibilities

Dr. Glazer is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at NYU Langone Medical Center, and is Medical Director of Fifth Avenue Psychiatry. He maintains a private practice in General and Addiction Psychiatry where he specializes in both psychotherapy and medication management for Anxiety, Depression, Adult Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD & ADHD), Alcoholism and Drug Addiction. As a Psychiatrist, Dr. Glazer is trained as both a psychopharmacologist and psychotherapist. Dr. Glazer's practice is tailored to the individual, with a strong emphasis on psychotherapy. Medications are prescribed only after careful assessment to augment therapy and treat active symptoms. Dr. Glazer is a nationally recognized expert in the treatment of addiction in professionals. He has presented his work at the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry, New York Presbyterian Hospital and for the Medical Society of the State of New York. Dr. Glazer is Board Certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Psychiatry, and is recognized as a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association.

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Board Certification

1999 — Ab Psychiatry & Neurology - Psychiatry
2000 — Ab Psychiatry & Neurology (Addiction Psychiatry)

Education

1993 — Cornell University Medical College, Medical Education
1994-1998 — NYU Medical Center (Psychiatry), Residency Training
1998-2000 — NYU Medical Center (Substance Abuse Psychiatry), Clinical Fellowships

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Research Interests

Office Based Treatment of Substance Use Disorders, including Alcohol, Cocaine, Opiates, and Marijuana.

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All data from NYU Health Sciences Library Faculty Bibliography — -

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The role of therapeutic alliance in network therapy: a family and peer support-based treatment for cocaine abuse
Glazer, Samuel S; Galanter, Marc; Megwinoff, Olga; Dermatis, Helen; Keller, Daniel S
2003 Jun;24(2):93-100, Substance abuse
— id: 36759, year: 2003, vol: 24, page: 93, stat: Journal Article,