Dr. Jane Algus - Board Certified Psychiatrist
Dr. Jane Algus – Psychiatrist midtown west, Manhattan.
I’m a board certified female psychiatrist based in midtown west, Manhattan. I specialize in helping clients improve their mental health, navigate their life challenges, overcome emotional issues, and manage career transitions and goals. Accordingly, as a medically trained psychiatrist, I utilize an approach to patient care that is compassionate, individualized, and embraces the latest thinking, tools and techniques. In addition, I also ensure they know the full range of available treatments.
Personalized psychiatry in midtown west, Manhattan.
I’m a board certified female therapist based in midtown west, Manhattan. I specialize in helping clients improve their mental health, navigate their life challenges, overcome emotional issues, manage career transitions or goals.
Accordingly, as a medically trained psychiatrist, I utilize an approach to patient care, that is compassionate, individualized, and embraces the latest thinking, tools and techniques. In addition, I also ensure they know the full range of available treatments.
A caring, nonjudgmental, welcoming environment.
Listed in the Castle Connolly
America’s Top Doctors 2019 review.
Rated in New York Magazine’s
2019 Best Doctors list.
I believe that sensitive, personal interaction and insight, encourages my patients to talk openly, and explore their most profound feelings. As a result, we peel back the layers of past experiences to help uncover the origins of their emotional state.
My practice is grounded in evidence-based science, solid skills, broad knowledge and deep experience.
Also, by developing authentic, accepting and safe relationships I enable my patients to change, thrive and become the best version of themselves.
“I’m a female therapist living and working in the fast-paced, highly competitive environment of Manhattan. Consequently, I understand how to help my clients better manage their work-based stressors or escape the trap of anxiety. In particular, I help them build an appreciation that their past is connected to their current issues. In doing so I can help them craft behaviors that result in better, more consciously controlled futures. Finally, it’s about listening and guiding my clients to an emotional state where they can live happier lives.”
I have been in private practice since 2000. I currently see patients in my midtown Manhattan office. I’m on the faculty of New York University Medical Center where I am Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. In addition, I teach and supervise residents in psychotherapy and psychiatry at Lenox Hill Hospital.
In 1990, I graduated from the residency program in Psychiatry at NYU Medical Center. Furthermore, I later completed a two-year fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in Consultation/Liaison Psychiatry. At this time, I was was chief fellow and also received a grant from the American Cancer Society.
In 2005, I completed my psychoanalytic training at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute and Society, where she is presently on faculty. In addition, I am also on the faculty of the Institute for Psychoanalytic Education, which is affiliated with NYU Medical Center.
- Jane Algus, MD is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
- She holds Certificates and Appointments with the following organizations
- Fellowship in Psychosomatic Medicine at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center 1994-1996
- Medical Society of the State of New York Membership
- American Psychoanalytic Association Membership
- Membership with the American Psychiatric Association
- Member and Faculty of the New York Psychoanalytic Society and institute
- Faculty at New York University Medical Center, Department of Psychiatry.
- Completion of The Eating Disorders, Compulsions and Addictions Education Program at the William Alanson White Institute. 2008-2009
- Completed the Internal Coach Intensive as part of the Columbia Coaching Certificate Program