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Dr. Amanda Itzkoff, Assistant Professor at Mount Sinai Hospital, dedicated her Private Practice in Manhattan to the practice of pharmacology and psychotherapy. Dr. Itzkoff is a specialist in both psychotherapy and psychopharmacology, or the administration of psychiatric drugs. She sees patients for psychiatric illnesses including but not limited to: depression, anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders, adult ADHD, bipolar conditions, and relationship issues. For clients facing addiction problems, she can prescribe the opioid buprenorphine. Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Dr. Amanda Itzkoff is known for treating all her patients with compassion and warmth. Dr. Amanda Itzkoff was born and raised in New York City. She briefly traveled to Ithaca to complete her undergraduate studies at Cornell University. Ultimately, she would return to NYC proper where she attended medical school at New York University, and went on to complete a residency and fellowship in psychiatry at Mount Sinai Medical Center, also in her native New York. Today Dr. Amanda Itzkoff holds an appointment to the faculty of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine as an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry. Since Dr. Amanda Itzkoff opened her private practice in New York City, Dr. Itzkoff has maintained a healthy relationship with the lay press, and enjoys being part of responsible discourse in an effort to promote health education and mental health education in the community. The New York Observer quoted Dr. Itzkoff’s comments on the marketing of medications to the general public. She addressed citizens’ anxiety about elevators in the New York Post following a highly publicized accident. In addition, The Huffington Post quoted Dr. Itzkoff on strategies for maintaining a healthy outlook post-holiday (and post- resolution)! You've seen her post to the NYT Well Blog and have found her letters inside the pages of the NYT magazine.