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Dr. Seth M. Dorsky specializes in the full range of psychiatry assessment and intervention services for children, adolescents, and their families.

Dr. Seth Dorsky is a Harvard trained child and adolescent psychiatrist. He completed his child and adolescent fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital where he held 2 academic appointments: one as a clinical fellow at Harvard Medical School and one as fellow in child and adolescent psychiatry at Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Dorsky received his undergraduate degree from Brown University, attended medical school at the Robert Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont, and completed his adult psychiatry residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. Dr. Dorsky is dual board certified in child and adolescent psychiatry and adult psychiatry.

Dr. Dorsky is fellowship trained in the full spectrum of childhood and adolescent psychiatric conditions and has focused his practice on the treatment of younger children through early adulthood; including treatment of children with complicated associated medical conditions. He specializes in providing diagnostic evaluations and developing comprehensive treatment plans for his patients and their families that focus on symptom resolution through the use of targeted goals, objectives, and measures.

Dr. Dorsky believes that the best course of treatment is early identification and intervention of psychiatric issues. To achieve this, he works closely with therapists, primary care physicians, nutritionists, social workers, and school and community contacts to create an individualized treatment plan for the patient and family. While the child may be the identified patient, Dr. Dorsky’s treatment approach is family focused to maximize benefit to all members of the family.

Dr. Dorsky is happy to return to the New Jersey and New York metropolitan area where he grew up. We welcome you to our practice.

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