Dr Jayme Albin
120 East 56th Street
New York, NY 10022
Jayme Albin, MA, Ph.D
Dr. Albin received her Ph. D in Clinical Psychology with a concentration in Health Psychology from Albert Einstein College of Medicine /Yeshiva University, her Masters in Development Psychology from Columbia University and her BBA in Banking and Finance, Cum Laude with High Honors from Hofstra University.
Currently Dr. Albin practices privately in a Manhattan based institute where she specializes in the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, such as adjustment disorder, phobias, OCD, panic, social anxiety, depression and bi-polar disorder, as well as body and self image problems, attention and concentration deficits and addictive and impulsive behaviors. Dr. Albin practices from a Behavioral Medicine approach with an overall emphasis on improving overall well being, increasing happiness, motivation, performance and health. The goal is to go beyond symptom relief to enhance ones overall lifestyle through active goal setting and an achieved sense of balance in areas of mental, physical and emotional functioning.
Dr. Albin is an expert in Biofeedback and Virtual Reality therapy. She has published and presented internationally her clinical research on the treatment of fear of flying using Biofeedback and Virtual Reality Therapy. She appeared on the Montel Williams Show, as an expert in the area of anxiety and phobias, where she helped a young phobic begin to approach life and conquer her fears.
Her style is supportive, hands-on, interactive, straightforward and motivating. Techniques include cognitive restructuring, thought exposure, response prevention, active role-play, exposure therapy, virtual reality therapy, biofeedback, neurofeedback, relaxation therapy, mindfulness therapy, meditation, and problems solving and enhanced decision strategies.
In addition, Dr. Albins unique background of business and behavior psychology lends credence to her diverse research and consulting interests. Dr. Albin provides executive coach services to individuals and corporate firms in areas of leadership and managerial role development; time management; decision making; motivation, team building and compliance improvement; communication and assertiveness training; conflict resolution, enhancing professional relationships and networking; as well as stress management in the work place.
Years In Practice
Albert Einstein College of Medicine /Yeshiva University, Columbia University,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine /Yeshiva University in 2007 and her Masters in Development Psychology from Columbia University in 2000.
Ph D in Clinical Health Psychology
Masters in Development Psychology