Kimberly G Klipstein, MD
- ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR | Psychiatry
Board Certified in both General Adult Psychiatry and Psychiatry of the Medically Ill, Dr. Klipstein has been working clinically in the field of Medical Psychiatry for the last 8 years. She is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and the Director of the Consultation Psychiatry Service at the Mount Sinai Hospital. She is also the Director of the Psychosomatic Medicine Fellowship at the Mount Sinai Medical School. After receiving her MD from Cornell Medical College, she completed her residency at New York Hospital Cornell and the University of California, San Francisco.
Dr. Klipstein runs the psychiatric consultation liaison service for the general hospital and does specialty work with liver and kidney transplant patients in the Recanati Miller Transplant Center. In addition to her clinical role, she is currently conducting research on postpartum depression. Her areas of interest include: pregnancy and postpartum, oncology, organ transplant, psychopharmacology, chronic medical and neurologic illness and forensic issues.
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- Adjustment Disorder
- Bipolar Disorder
- Conversion Disorder
- Delirium Tremens
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Munchausen Syndrome
- Panic Disorder
- Postconcussion Syndrome
- Postpartum Depression
- Somatization Disorder
- Traumatic Brain Injury
MD, New York Hospital Cornell University Med Ctr
Residency, Psychiatry, Payne Whitney Clinic
Residency, Psychiatry, Langley Porter Psychiatric Inst.
Strain JJ, Klipstein KG, Quraishi S, Et Al . CBT for Medically Unexplained Symptoms. In: Strain J, editor. Textbook of Psychosomatic Medicine (2006). American Psychiatric Press, Inc;.
Strain JJ, Klipstein KG. Treatments of Psychiatric Disorders 4th edition. In: Gabbard G, editor. Adjustment Disorders (2005). American Psychiatric Press, Inc;.
Klipstein K, Goldberg J. Screening for bipolar disorder in women with polycystic ovary syndrome: A pilot study. Journal of Affective Disorders; 91(2-3): 205-209.