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Professional Statement

  • Dr. Bruce Rubenstein, a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, received his medical degree at the New York University School of Medicine and then went on to complete his internship at Cornell Medical Center and his residency at New York University where he also served as Chief Resident. Following his training, he served as Director of Outpatient Psychiatric Services at New York University Medical Center. Through 2012 Dr. Rubenstein was an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at New York University where he taught medical students, residents and fellow psychiatrists. From 1997-2002, Dr. Rubenstein developed, clinically tested and implemented a population-based medication compliance program in several European countries in collaboration with the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands.
  • Since 1994 Dr. Rubenstein has maintained a private practice that integrates psychotherapy and psychopharmacology, providing evaluation, diagnosis and treatment for a wide range of both psychiatric and psychological difficulties including but not limited to mood and anxiety problems, adult attention deficit disorders, adjustment difficulties with life situations, coping with medical issues, marital/family/social/workplace issues, and recovery from abuse and sociopathic encounters. More detailed information about Dr. Rubenstein and his practice can be found at brucerubensteinmd.com.


  • Medical School - New York University
  • Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Bachelor’s)
  • NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital / Weill Cornell Medical Center, Internship in Psychiatry
  • New York University Medical Center, Residency in Psychiatry

Board Certifications

  • American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Awards and Publications

  • New York University Medical Center 1993-1994, Chief Resident
  • MD Degree conferred with honors in Medical Humanities - 1990
  • Alex Rosen Award for excellence in Medicine and the Humanities - 1990
  • Herman Wortis Neuropsychiatric Award - 1990
  • "The Patient with Cardiovascular Disease" and "The HIV Infected Patient" in Wyszynski, Antoinette and Bernard, Manual of Psychiatric Care for the Medically Ill-III: Washington DC, American Psychiatric Publishing, 2014

Language Spoken

  • English
  • French
  • Hebrew
  • Spanish