3 East 65th Street, Suite 1AB
New York, NY 10065
26 Court Street, Suite 2203
Brooklyn, NY 11242
Dr. Lisa Goldfarb is a Board-Certified Psychiatrist in both Psychiatry and Addiction Psychiatry. A graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Dr. Lisa Goldfarb is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the New York University School of Medicine and a lecturer at the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research.
Dr. Goldfarb completed her residency at the New York State Psychiatric Institute at Columbia University in 1993, and her Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship at New York University Medical Center in 1995. In 2000, Dr. Goldfarb completed her training in Psychoanalysis from the Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research.
Dr. Goldfarb serves in the Department of Graduate Medical Education at New York University Medical Center. She is responsible for the evaluating the house staff who require a psychiatric consultation and assisting the NYU psychiatry residency program directors in managing behavioral health issues that arise in the training programs.
For the past 20 years, Dr. Goldfarb has also been a course director for the NYU psychiatry residency program in both the addiction and psychodynamic psychotherapy curriculums. In 1994, she organized and since then has taught in the course, Neurobiology of Addiction to second-year residents, and teaches classes in the psychodynamic curriculum, most recently Introduction to Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Technique. Previously, Dr. Goldfarb taught Object Relations and Introduction to Models of the Mind.
Dr. Goldfarb treats patients in Manhattan (3 East 65th Street) and Brooklyn Heights (26 Court Street). She specializes in diagnostic evaluations, addiction psychiatry, (including substance abuse, chemical dependency and behavioral addictions, among others), psychotherapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, affective and anxiety disorders, mood disorders, attention deficit disorder, stress and women’s mental health issues.