Dr. Henry Paul, MD

Psychiatrist, Author and Educator

About Dr. Paul

May 30th, 2012

HENRY PAUL, M.D. Psychiatrist, Author & Educator

HENRY PAUL, MD, is a licensed, board certified psychiatrist in New York City treating adults, children and adolescents.  He is the founder and medical director of Carnegie Hill Psychiatric Associates in New York City, and he serves as the Executive Director of the Karen Horney Clinic, also located in New York City.  With over 30-years’ experience,  Dr. Paul has practiced adult, child and adolescent psychiatry in a variety of settings including his private practice in Manhattan, as well as in outpatient clinics, psychiatric hospitals, and foster agencies.

Dr. Paul completed his premedical education at Rutgers University receiving a B.A. in Biological Sciences. He attended medical school at SUNY in Brooklyn, NY, where he graduated summa cum laude.  After completing a medical internship at Beth Israel Hospital in NYC, he pursued psychiatric residency training at the New York State Psychiatric Institute, Columbia University. Following his adult training, Dr. Paul completed a child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at St. Luke’s Hospital in NYC, and he received a certificate in psychoanalysis at the American Institute for Psychoanalysis.

Dr. Paul is the past president of the American Institute for Psychoanalysis.  He has been on the faculties of Columbia University and Mt. Sinai Medical Center.  He is the author of When Kids Are Mad Not Bad, Is My Child Okay? and Is My Teenager Okay? His latest book, When Kids Need Meds: Everything a Parent Needs to Know About Psychiatric Drugs and Youngsters published in May 2012.

Dr. Paul sees people of all ages and provides psychiatric evaluations, forensic evaluations, psychotherapy and psychoanalysis as well as prescribing psychiatric medication. He also provides supervision and consultation to other mental health professionals. Dr. Paul appears regularly as a guest on national television and radio shows where he contributes commentary on a host of psychiatric topics.