A member of the Society for Liaison Psychiatry and the American Psychiatric Association, Dr. Reed Moskowitz has specialized in psychiatry and stress related disorders for almost 40 years. He is a graduate of Columbia University. Dr. Reed Moskowitz graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in 1967. Later that year, he was accepted into the prestigious Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and earned his M.D. in 1971. He completed an internship at the Beth Israel Medical Center and finished his residency at Columbia University Medical Center in 1975. Dr. Reed Moskowitz has held positions as an Assistant Psychiatrist and Psychiatric Consultant at the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center (now Columbia University Medical Center) and an Assistant in Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University. Recently, Dr. Reed Moskowitz has held academic appointments at the New York University Medical Center (renamed NYU Langone Medical Center) as a Clinical Assistant Professor and Medical Director of the Stress Disorders Center.

Regarded as an effective communicator, the medical opinions of Dr. Reed Moskowitz have been widely solicited by various media organizations. Nationally, he was the first psychiatrist invited to appear on a CBS NFL half-time show. He also was the guest at live interviews with CBS This Morning, CNN Sonya Live, and CNBC’s Morning Show, appearing with a patient he successfully treated. Furthermore, Dr. Reed Moskowitz was viewed by an estimated 1.3 million people worldwide after being interviewed by David Hulme for a segment on The World Tomorrow. In print, additional interviews with him have appeared in The New York Times, Newsweek, and Cosmopolitan.

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