• Dr. Jayme Albin Therapist CV

      Cognitive Behavior Therapy New York

       

      Cognitive Behavior Therapy New York
      Dr. Jayme Albin, Ph. D the  Cognitive Behavior Therapy Psychologist of  New York is an expert in combining mind-body evidenced based therapy treatments to deliver the most effective and efficient treatments for anxiety, stress, trauma, depression and mental performance.  Email us today to learn more about how our programs can help you.  

      Watch this video on Cognitive behavior therapy to learn more about how CBT is right for you.

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    • Cognitive Behavior Therapy New York City

      Jayme Albin, MA. Ph. D
      120 East 56th Street Suite 740
      New York NY 10022                                                                                                                                             info@cbt-newyork.com                                                                                                                                     www.cbt-newyork.com                                                                                                             www.SculptNYC.com
      212-631-1133

      EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

      New York State Licensed Psychologist, # 018663
      Yeshiva University, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Bronx, NY
      Ph.D. in Clinical Health Psychology, 2008
      CBT based Curriculum

      EMDR Certified 2009

      Gottman Relationship Therapy Level 1 Certified,  2014

      Kundalini Yoga Training 2010-2011 873 Broadway, New York

      Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, NY
      M.A, Developmental Psychology, Dept of Human Development, G.P.A: 4.0
      Concentration in Developmental Psychopathology, 2000

      Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY
      B.B.A. cum laude, Banking and Finance, 1994, High Honors

      CLINICAL & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

      Cognitive Behavioral Therapy of New York,  Director, Clinical Psychologist, Private Practice, New York, New York 2003 to present-Manhattan based private practice -Provides CBT services to adults and children

      Specialize in the treatment of a variety of anxiety disorders (phobias, OCD, GAD, Social anxiety, tics), depression, ADHD, body and weight issues, relationships problems, anger management, somatic complaints

      Diagnose and evaluate mental, behavior and emotional disorders
      Develop and deliver treatment protocols focusing on a CBT paradigm but including other forms of therapy when appropriate including Biofeedback, Yoga therapy, EMDR, Virtual Reality Therapy, Neurofeedback and Behavior Medicine
      Communicate with and counsel family members as appropriate.
      Conduct clinical research on CBT techniques
      Train and provide supervision to post doctoral candidates
      Provide psychological consultations to other mental health professionals within hospitals, clinics, and other community based agencies with regard to clients and patient care.
      Assess clients’ needs, abilities and behavior using a variety of methods including psychometric tests, interviews and direct observation of behavior.
      Group workshops
      Give national talks including national television and film productions, advertising panels
      Write and publish a Cognitive behavior Therapy blog www.asktheCBT.com

      Managing Partner Sculpt NYC, New York
      2008 to present
      Sculpt NYC is a CBT focused program that directly targets weight and body image issues
      Design and Deliver individual and group health behavior modification programs.
      Provide didactic services to individuals or groups about chronic illness including disease process, accompanying behavior change and emotional responses.
      Provide Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Life Coaching services through a multidisciplinary approach to health and wellness.
      Consult with fitness instructors, nutritionists and other medical/health professionals to coordinate treatment services.
      Consult with for profit and profit organizations about the psychology of human behavior related to disease, health, diet and exercise
      Pre surgery screens

      BEHAVIORAL ASSOCIATES 2003 –2014

      2003 to 2008 extern training, 2008- 2009 Internship; 2009-2010 post –doctoral training
      2005-2007 Assistant Director
      Behavior associates is a premier CBT group practice located on the UES of NYC which has been treating clients since the 1980s. They focus on state of the art advancements in technology such as biofeedback and Virtual reality therapy that have made behavior therapy more practical, accessible and effective

      Conduct assessment and deliver treatment protocols to individuals and group
      Train/supervise post docs
      Conduct grand rounds and provide clinical supervision to other licensed professionals.
      Conduct research on Fear of flying using CBT incorporating Virtual Reality Therapy and biofeedback in a randomized clinical control study

      MOUNT SINAI SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

      Impulsive and Compulsive Disorder Clinic
      Extern, July 2003-June 2004
      Performed SCID and other clinical assessment with BDD, OCD and other impulsive disorders
      Provide individual and group CBT for Body Dysmorphia and Impulsive Disorders (e.g. gambling)
      Supervisor: Eric Hollander, MD.; Andrea Allen, Ph. D

      THE NEW YORK HOSPITAL – CORNELL MEDICAL CENTER

      Weill Cornell Payne Whitney, Adolescent Anxiety and Traumatic Stress Program
      Extern, July 2001-June 2002
      Provide social and psychological treatment to adolescent and young adult females who are exhibiting symptoms of anxiety, fearfulness, anger, irritability, interpersonal difficulties, emotional isolation and detachment and depression as the result of a trauma.
      Treatment modalities included Step wise CBT developed for PTSD to groups and individual treatments;
      Social skills training and interpersonal difficulties, cognitive therapy for PTSD, emotional management skills training and progressive exposure
      Supervisor: Marylene Cloitre, Ph.D

      COLUMBIA PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL CENTER, N.Y. PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL,

      Child/Adolescent Depression & Anxiety Clinic, Pediatric Psychiatry, Babies & Children’s Hospital
      Extern, Spring 2001
      Co-leader of group behavior therapy intervention focusing on the emotional, social and behavioral issues of adolescent girl with diagnosis such as Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, ADHD, PTSD and Psychosis;
      Intervention is based primarily on CBT, skills training and problem solving therapy.
      Responsibilities included leading group meetings, assisting in the planning and organization of materials presented in the group
      Supervisor: Alice Greenfield, CSW.

      HACKENSACK MEDICAL CENTER, Hackensack, NJ

      Pediatric Pain Service and Tomorrow’s Children’s Institute, Department of Pediatric Oncology
      Extern, January 2001-June 2001
      Assisted in the psychological treatment and assessment of a currently medically ill population and the survivorship.
      Patients include children, adolescents and adults who have or have a history of cancer, blood disorders or chronic pain.
      Conducted formal psychological testing, clinical assessments and cognitive and behavioral interventions.
      Supervisor: Paola Conte, Ph.D. , Gary Walco, PhD

      COLUMBIA PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL CENTER, N.Y. PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL

      Disruptive Behavior Disorders Clinic, Pediatric Psychiatry, Babies and Children’s Hospital
      Extern, Fall 2000
      Co-leader of behavior therapy group intervention dealing with emotional, social and behavioral problems of children ages 6 ~ 11 with diagnoses such as ADHD, Adjustment Disorder (primary or secondary to a medical diagnosis such as HIV), & Conduct Disorder
      Responsibilities included leading group meetings, assisting in the planning and organization of materials presented in group.
      Supervisor: Deborah Halperin, Ph.D.

      COLUMBIA PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL CENTER, N.Y. PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL

      Tobacco Cessation Clinic, Department of Behavioral Medicine
      Extern, October 2000- June 2001
      Conducted diagnostic and intake interviews for adults who are tobacco dependent in addition to other pathologies (MDD, psychosis)
      Provided individual cognitive-behavioral therapy on a weekly basis.
      Co-authored article on CBT for smoking cessation in a medical/dental setting
      Supervisor: Daniel Seidman, Ph.D.

      THE NEW YORK HOSPITAL – CORNELL MEDICAL CENTER

      Paine Whitney Clinic, and Westchester Division, Dept. of Psychiatry, White Plains, NY
      Extern, March 2000- August 2000
      Children’s Attitudes Reaction and Emotions Toward Suicide Study (CARES) Longitudinal study to assess the development of children, adolescents and their familial loss to a suicide; Conducted intake and diagnostic interviews; Administered assessments.
      Supervisor: Cynthia Pfeffer, M.D.

      Child Bereavement Program Co-leader of group intervention for children, adolescents and families who have suffered a significant loss to an illness, accident or suicide; Assisted in the facilitating, planning and organization of materials presented in group treatment; Conducted intake and diagnostic interviews, Administered assessments; Designed and wrote a patient satisfaction measure which was incorporated into the study protocol for the purpose of assessing patient’s level of satisfaction and perception of efficacy of the intervention.
      Supervisor: Cynthia Pfeffer, M.D.

      Children of Families with Mood Disorders: Conducted intake and diagnostic interviews; administered assessments. Supervisor: Cynthia Pfeffer, M.D.

      VISITING NURSE CENTER OF NY, New York, NY

      2002-2003; 2004-2006
      Field Researcher/ Psychologist
      Conducted structured and clinical interviews on medical follow up and epidemiological research studies. (face-to-face and phone interviews). Maintain databases and records including dates for follow up interviews.
      Supervisor: Aubrey Spriggs

      THE CENTER FOR PREVENTIVE PSYCHIATRY, White Plains, NY

      Cornerstone Therapeutic Nursery, Volunteer, September 1998 to May 1999
      Assisted in the recreational counseling and supervision of 10 behaviorally and emotionally disturbed preschool age children; Assisted in individual special education workshops, 3 mornings per week, 15 hr. a week. Supervisor: T, Lopez, Ph.D. and R, Stewart, MS.

      BOOKS, JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

      Albin, J and Bailey, E (2014). “The Official Idiot’s Guide to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy”, Penguin House.

      Albin, J Globabal  Foundations at the United Nations on Cognitive behavioral therapy and Parkinson’s Disease. http://www.globalfoundationdd.org/documentos/parkinson_marc-jourdan_words.pdf

      Albin, J (2009). Treating fear of flying using biofeedback and virtual reality
      Germany: VDM Verlag Press.
      Albin,J & Reiner (2006), R. H.. Biofeedback and Virtual Reality for Fear of Flying. CyberTherapy, December 2006 http://www.liebertonline.com/doi/abs/10.1089/cpb.2006.9.653
      Albin, J. Biofeedback and Virtual Reality for Fear of Flying Invited Presenter the World Conference on Fear of Flying. VALK, Montreal, Canada June 2007
      http://www.icao.int/icao/en/atb/meetings/2007/ff07/ProgrammeFinal.pdf
      Seidman, D, Barrows, Lopez, M Albin, J. Serving underserved and hard-core smokers in a dental school setting. Journal of Dental Education. 2002 Apr; 66(4): 507-13. www.jdentaled.org/cgi/reprint/66/4/507.pdf
      A Retrospective Investigation For Associations Between Body Dysmorphic Disorder And Medical Illness, Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Non-Published
      Non-Published.Assessing Somatization Differences between Body Dysmorphic Disorder Patients and Obsessive Compulsive Disordered Patients, Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
      Review Paper: ADD/ADHD Combined Treatments of Psycho-stimulants and Behavioral Interventions, Masters Thesis, Teachers College, Columbia University

      INTERVIEWS & PUBLIC APPEARANCES

      NY Post “Slashings and Faulty Cranes are  Making New Yorkers more anxious than ever”, Feb 2016

      The United Nations Global  Foundations for Democracy and Development: World Health Organization Symposium on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in third world nations. Summer 2015

      The Montel Williams Show (Television appearance), New York, NY. “Undercover New York”; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7W7TsX2q98

      Bill Cunningham Show (Dec 2013) (Television appearance) New York, NY “Dealing with troubled families who are ready to break”)
      Dr. Oz Show (Feb 2014) (Television appearance) “Thyroid Health”

      J Magee, Elaine MPH, RD (Sept, 2009) Smarter choices for Halloween candy, cookies, and other goodies.Web MD Expert Column http://www.webmd.com/food-recipes/features/halloween_candy_lower-calorie-treats-make-holiday-less-scary Potkewitz, H (Sept. 2009).
      As Grown kids fall into the parent trap. Crain’s New York Business – http://www.crainsnewyork.com/assets/pdf/CN66609815.PDF

      Cohen, M. (Sept 2005) Worried Sick: Talking to a therapist helped me learn to deal with my anxiety. Youth Community. Retrieved www.youthcomm.org/NYC%20Features/SeptOct2005/NYC-2005-09-07.htm
      Levine, Amy (2010). The 7 deadly fashion, style, and grooming choices that could be the last mistakes you ever make: Questionable dress harming your health. [Online exclusive]. Details Magazine Online, Retrieved Feb 2010 http://www.details.com/style-advice/rules-of-style/201002/deadly-fashion-style-grooming-mistakes
      Weinstein, R.L (2009) Dr. Scare. SOBE Fit Magazine, Retrieved Aug 2009
      http://www.sobefitmagazine.com/Current/a/3/HEALTH/114/DR._%28S%29CARE.aspx

      Sherman, Jake (2009). For some, online group therapy is a cause for concern.
      JSCMS. Retrieved Apr 28, 2009,
      http://jscms.jrn.columbia.edu/cns/2009-04-28/sherman-meetup/fullText

      TEACHING EXPERIENCE & WORKSHOPS

      Success Identity Program Sprin 2016 NYC                                                                   Stop Reactions and Negative Thinking with CBT Spring 2013 held at CBT and Associates
      Spring 2012 Workshop leader at Open Center, New York Workshop on Stress and CBT in your daily life
      Fall 2010, New York, New York. Live Laugh Love Workshop
      Albin, J (Fall 2009). Group Cognitive Behavior Therapy, CUNY Graduate Center Masters in Counseling Program.
      Summer 2009, New York, New York. Understanding CBT: A life model for Success
      Fall 2009, New York, New York. What is Social Anxiety and how does CBT treat it effectively?
      Winter 2009, New York, New York. Breathing & Biofeedback
      Summer 2010, New York, New York. Biofeedback & Virtual Reality for Fear of Flying
      Siegelman, L & Albin, J. (Fall 2008). The Difficult Patient (CE Course). Henry Spenadel Continuing Education Program, New York County Dental Society. Dental Quarterly
      Albin, J. (June 2008) Diabetes and Depression, Using CBT to understand the behavior hurdles. (Powerpoint presentation). Johnson and Johnson, New York City.
      August 2007, Weight Management Professional Panel Speaker, Red Scout Marketing, New York City.
      Teaching Assistant at Yeshiva University, Fall 2000 – June 2002, Experimental Psychology Class responsible for leading study lectures, substitute lectures for absent professors in department and ran weekly SPSS lab training.
      http://www.linkedin.com/profile?viewProfile=&key=15871581&trk=tab_pro#recommendations
      Business Communications Instructor, Drake Business School, White Plains, NY 1995-1997.

    • Dr. Jayme Albin Therapist CV

      Cognitive Behavior Therapy New York

       

      Cognitive Behavior Therapy New York
      Dr. Jayme Albin, Ph. D the  Cognitive Behavior Therapy Psychologist of  New York is an expert in combining mind-body evidenced based therapy treatments to deliver the most effective and efficient treatments for anxiety, stress, trauma, depression and mental performance.  Email us today to learn more about how our programs can help you.  

      Watch this video on Cognitive behavior therapy to learn more about how CBT is right for you.

      Most important to know is that Cognitive Behavior therapy is time limited and focuses on symptoms relief, treats under lying problems and helps provide new skills/

       

       

       

       

    • Cognitive Behavioral therapy new york
      Dr. Albin speaking at the UN on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy