Welcome To The Office Of
David Salvage, MD, FAPM
David Salvage, MD, FAPM, practices psychiatry, and psychotherapy in Brooklyn and Financial District in lower Manhattan, New York, where he combines humanism and warmth with careful clinical understanding, with the overriding goal that each patient benefits from a complete recovery. He ensures that his clients understand both the nature of their illness and the wide array of treatment options that are available, including psychopharmacology. In this capacity, he often works with therapists from other disciplines as part of a team approach to integrated care.
After receiving his medical degree at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City with distinguished honors in psychiatry, internal medicine, and the history of psychiatry, Dr. Salvage went on to complete his residency training at New York University’s Bellevue Hospital. Montefiore Medical Center in New York City then awarded Dr. Salvage with a clinical teaching fellowship.
About Dr. Salvage
Dr. Salvage is board-certified with the American Academy of Psychiatry and has been certified by the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry between 1997-2007. He continues to participate in a wide variety of training addressed towards cutting edge treatment of addiction. Also, he holds the following certifications, memberships, and affiliations:
- Fellow, Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine
- Board Certified, EMDR Level III training
- Member, International Psychoanalytic Association
- Board Certified, Psychoanalysis by the Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research
- Board Certified, Buprenorphine Treatment and Administration
- Member, New York University Bellevue Psychiatric Society
- Board Certified, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA)
- Board Certified, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
- Board Certified, National Board of Medical Examiners
- Board Certified, American Board of Addiction Psychiatry (1997-2007)
We are located in and serve all surrounding areas. Our certified doctors and licensed psychiatrists see children, teenagers, and adults of all ages. We offer a full range of services for conditions including depression, anxiety, attention deficit disorders, behavior problems, psychosis, and eating disorders.
Our goal is to help you overcome any and all personal struggles, so you can feel like the best version of yourself possible.
What Our Patients Say
I work in the addictions field and Dr. Salvage is my go-to referral source for my clients in need of a psychiatrist. He is warm, personable, ethical and extremely knowledgeable in the field of addiction psychiatry. He truly cares for his clients and has their best interest at heart.
whoever wrote the review about his office being dirty.... its a psychiatric services office, he's not doing neurosurgery in there. I thought it was cozy. He even gave me a straight up blunt no BS assessment which i appreciate.
Dr. Salvage is outstanding in every way. He is very organized stays on top of renewing medications, responding to querries, etc. He seems to have deep, broad knowledge not only about the mind, but also the body, and makes helpful connections and suggestions about a full range of treatments and treatment options. He is also one of the most erudite people I have ever met and uses music, art, etc. to make analogies. He is great fun to talk to and a sweet, caring, professional and helpful doctor and person. He is efficient and gets a lot done in 45 minutes.
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