Dr. Marlin is a board-eligible psychiatrist with expertise in psychopharmacology and psychotherapy. He sees patients who face challenges with various aspects of mental functioning, including depression, anxiety disorders, OCD, PTSD and bipolar disorder. His approach to treatment takes into account relational, professional, and spiritual well-being. He also uses neurointerventional approaches such as transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to assist in the treatment of refractory illness.
Dr. Marlin holds a PhD in Neuroscience and Physiology from New York University, and remains active in basic and translational laboratory research focused on synaptic plasticity in the brain. He has published in leading academic journals including The Journal of Neuroscience and Neuron. He hopes to understand how the brain adapts to an ever-shifting environment, and why this breaks down and causes people to get “stuck.”
Education & Training
- Received psychiatric training at New York University School of Medicine, where he was chief resident
- Proficient in CBT, DBT, supportive and psychodynamic psychotherapies
- Recipient of Honorable Mention from the National Institute of Mental Health Outstanding Resident Award Program
- Attended medical school also at New York University School of Medicine, as a fellow of the Medical Scientist Training Program