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Meet Dr. Katherine Feingold

Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist


My Story

Katherine Feingold, MD attended the University of Pennsylvania as an

undergraduate and began her premedical studies there. Between college and

medical school, Dr. Feingold worked as a teacher for children with learning

disabilities and with children who had high-functioning autism. This sparked

her interest in child and adolescent psychiatry. After attending UMDNJ-

Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Jersey, Dr. Feingold

completed a residency in Adult Psychiatry at Beth Israel Medical Center in

Manhattan. There she honed her skills in psychopharmacology for adults

experiencing symptoms of anxiety, panic, obsessive-compulsive disorder,

depression, bipolar disorder, and symptoms associated with psychosis.

After achieving board certification in Adult Psychiatry, Dr. Feingold went to

New York University to complete a fellowship in Child and Adolescent

Psychiatry. While seeing patients at Bellevue Hospital and The NYU Child

Study Center, Dr. Feingold gained expertise in evaluating and treating children

and adolescents with ADHD, obsessive-compulsive disorder, depression, bipolar

disorder, high-functioning autism, anxiety, PANS, Tourette’s, and other tic

disorders, and eating disorders. Dr. Feingold is also board certified in Child and

Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Feingold welcomes working with those from different

backgrounds and identity areas including LGBTQIA+ and people of all races and

religions. Dr. Feingold has practiced psychiatry at the Bartky Healthcare Center

since 2005.

Dr. Feingold chooses to approach each patient as an individual whose

personal life circumstances affect their mental health and well-being. She

prides herself in forming a comfortable and connected rapport with each

family member. After a thorough evaluation, Dr. Feingold works

collaboratively with other healthcare providers, to provide cutting-edge

psychopharmacology sensitively and cautiously.

Dr. Feingold was recognized by Contact We Care, an award-winning,

volunteer-staffed crisis hotline serving New Jersey, as their 2009 honoree, for

her service to the community. She also is a member of the American

Academy of Child and Adolescent psychiatry and has lectured about a variety

of topics to local support groups for those affected by mental health issues.

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