Linda Chuang, M.D.
General Adult Psychiatrist Specializing in Reproductive Psychiatry and Women's Mental Health
Dr. Linda Chuang received her undergraduate degree from Columbia University and her medical degree from Cornell University Medical College in New York City. She completed her internal medicine and psychiatry residency at the New York University Medical Center where she was Chief Resident. She is both a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. She is also board certified in the subspecialty of Psychosomatic Medicine. As a result of her training, she approaches patients from a holistic and comprehensive perspective that includes consideration of both biological and environmental contributions to patient's symptoms.
Dr. Chuang has significant experience in general adult psychiatry and psychotherapy with expertise in women's mental health and in treating emotional stress in those with medical conditions. She provides consultations and evaluations in addition to treatment through individualized psychotherapy, psychopharmacology, or a combination of both. She is specialized in the treatment of women at all stages of the reproductive cycle experiencing mood and anxiety symptoms, including premenstrual dysphoria (PMDD), pregnancy and postpartum symptomatology, as well as menopause-related illness. She aims to provide the highest level of evidence based care while helping patients achieve a greater satisfaction in their lives.
Dr. Chuang is affiliated with NYU Medical Center where she has served as a faculty member teaching residents and medical students at the NYU School of Medicine.
Conditions that Dr. Chuang treats include but are not limited to the following:
- Anxiety and Panic Disorder
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Mood Disorders
- Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)
- Postpartum Depression (PPD)
- Pregnancy and use of psychiatric medications
- Postpartum Depression in Men
- Issues related to Infertility or Fertility treatment
- Menopause transition
- Medical and Health Concerns
- Stress Management
- Balancing family and career
- Relationship problems
If you would like to contact Dr. Chuang, you can call her directly at 201-222-8819 or call the main office at 201-222-8808.