Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry
Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst
SABINA PRETER, MD, PhD
Dr. Preter has been nominated Top Doctor in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, featured in New York Magazine continuously since 2015. In addition, Dr. Preter received the Castle Connolly 2019 Exceptional Women in Medicine Award which is featured in the September 30, 2019 edition of New York Magazine.
Dr. Preter also received the Castle Connolly 2020 Exceptional Women in Medicine Award which will be featured in the December 2020 edition of New York Magazine.
dr. preter delivers paper
Sabina Preter, MD spoke on Treatment for Anxiety in Youth (CAPP) on May 9, 2019 at a UN-NGO conference on Children and Mental Health.
new book announcement
Child and Adolescent Anxiety Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (CAPP): A Manual
Authors: Sabina Preter MD, PhD, Theodore Shapiro MD, Barbara Milrod MD
This is a new, manualized 24-session psychodynamic psychotherapy for youth with anxiety disorders.
The book describes how clinicians identify the meanings of anxiety symptoms, help reduce anxiety symptoms, enhance skill of reflection, diminish use of avoidance.
Clinicians from diverse therapy backgrounds will find it useful.
Dr. Preter is a child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist. She offers individual assessments, second opinions, and treatment in her NYC Upper East Side office.
Dr. Preter consults and treats a wide range of psychiatric conditions, as well as psychological-emotional difficulties that interfere with children's and adult's relationships, their happiness, functioning and success at home, in school and in individuals' professional lives.
Trained in the European Medical Tradition, followed by psychiatric and psychoanalytic education in New York City, Dr. Preter is experienced in working with international patients and families and offers consultation and treatment in English, French, and German.
Dr. Preter values an individualized approach and commences with a comprehensive consultation, which is followed by recommendations regarding psychotherapeutic approaches, and if indicated, medication.