Diana Samuel, MD
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Credentials & Experience
- Women's Mental Health
- Anxiety Disorders
- General Psychiatry
- Stress Management
- ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
- Anxiety Disorder
- Global Health
- Cultural/Transcultural Issues
- Adjustment Disorder
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Bipolar Disorder
- Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
- Social Anxiety Disorder
- Mental Health
- Mood Disorders
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Panic Disorder
Education & Training
- MD, Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
- Internship: St Vincents Medical Center
- Residency: Mount Sinai Medical Center
- Fellowship: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center
Honors & Awards
2005: Magna Cum Laude, Virginia Commonwealth University
2001-2005: Charles E. Brauer, Jr. Scholarship, Virginia Commonwealth University
About Diana Samuel
Dr. Samuel completed her residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center and then pursued dual fellowships in Emergency Psychiatry and Public Psychiatry at Columbia College of Physicians & Surgeons. Following her fellowships, Dr. Samuel went on to take on the administrative role of Associate Director of CPEP (Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program) at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Roosevelt then transitioned to Associate Director of CPEP at Columbia University Medical Center’s CPEP until December 2017.
Dr. Samuel has extensive experience in evaluating and treating a wide variety of both acute and non-acute psychiatric symptoms and illnesses with several years of experience at renowned hospitals in NYC as well as having a growing private practice here at Columbia Doctors.
At Columbia Doctors Midtown, Dr. Samuel works with each of her patient’s to create an individualized treatment plan best suited for their needs. Dr. Samuel’s goal is to help her patients improve their overall mental health while developing a healthy therapeutic alliance which often includes collaborating care with various providers, family and friends depending on the patient’s needs.
- Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at CUMC
- Associate Director of CPEP (Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program) at Columbia University Medical Center (2015-2017)
- 02/2014 - Present: American Association of Community Psychiatrists
- 03/2012 - Present: Indo-American Psychiatric Association
- 07/2009 - Present: American Psychiatric Association, Fellow
- NewYork-Presbyterian/Hudson Valley Hospital
- NewYork-Presbyterian/Lawrence Hospital
For billing questions, please call (212) 305-2600.
- Medicare Managed Care
Capital District Physician Health Plan
- Capital District Physician Health Plan
CHP Student Health
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Contact & Locations
- Campbell, K, Samuel, D, Dragatsi D. Treating Patient Well-Being in a Psychiatric Emergency Room. Psychiatric Services. October 2018: 69 (10).
- Samuel D, Schuetz-Mueller J, Katz CL. Disaster and Global Psychiatry. W. Goodman, A. Simon & A. New, Mount Sinai Expert Guides: Psychiatry, Wiley and Sons, New Jersey. December 2016.
- Samuel D, Angarita B, Igboeli B, Woldu H. Four International Residents' Perspectives on Working Overseas as Part of Residency Training: Liberia, Myanmar, and Saint Vincent/Grenadines. Annals of Global Health. New York, NY. March-April 2014:80(2).
- Samuel D, Sher L. Suicidal Behavior in Indian adolescents. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 2013;25(3).
- Aloysi A, Samuel D, Katz CL, Schuetz-Mueller J, Carter J and Presley R. Mothers in Distress: Cases from the Maternal-Child Mental Health Consultation Service, Liberia, West Africa, poster accepted for conference, "Women and Children's Health in Africa: Clinical and Social Perspectives," Ohio University, March 29-30, 2013.