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David Hellerstein, M.D.

djhell@aol.com
Beth Israel Medical Center
1st Ave & 16th Street
New York, NY 10003
United States

Doctor and Writer

David Hellerstein MD is Chief, Outpatient 
Psychiatry Division, 
Beth Israel Medical Center, New York, 
and Associate Professor of Psychiatry,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine. 
His research interests include: 
treatment of chronic depression (dysthymia);
treatment of comorbid schizophrenia 
and substance abuse; and research
on combined psychotherapy 
and psychopharmacology treatments.
 
He is a writer whose works 
have been published in: Esquire, Harper's,
North American Review, Fiction, 
7 Days, Hippocrates, Ms.,
New York Times Magazine, 
Yankee, and other magazines. 
 
 
His published books include:

BATTLES OF LIFE AND DEATH
(essays about medical training
and psychiatric residency)
--NOW AVAILABLE AT:
AMAZON.COM --Hardcover and Paperback
BACKINPRINT.COM --Hardcover, Autographed
BACKINPRINT.COM --Paperback, Autographed
 
LOVING TOUCHES
(novel)
--NOW AVAILABLE AT:
AMAZON.COM 
BACKINPRINT.COM --Autographed Copies
 
A FAMILY OF DOCTORS
(memoir about the 5 
generations of doctors in a family)
available at: Amazon.com : Online bookstore
CHECK OUT BACKINPRINT.COM --Organized by Authors Guild to keep great books available to readers everywhere... Literary representation: His literary agent is Sobel Weber Associates, 146 East 19th Street, New York, NY 10003 212-420-8585


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