Dr. Filipovic-Jewell is a New York City, Midtown-based psychiatrist working with adult individuals experiencing wide range of
psychiatric problems utilizing psychotherapy alone, or in combination with the medication management when necessary.
Dr. Filipovic-Jewell is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Mount Sinai, where she teaches students, residents, and fellows.
As dually certified in both General Psychiatry and Psychosomatic Medicine, she has a special expertise in treating patients with complicated medical issues, regimens, medication side effects, treating women in perinatal period, substance abuse, and eating disorders, among other issues patients may have.
Dr. Filipovic-Jewell participates in numerous psychiatric associations, and has published articles in various psychiatric journals.
Recent citation of Dr. Zorica Filipovic-Jewell in the media:
I am strongly committed to the well-being of my patients. My goal is to enable them to move on and maintain an optimum quality of life.
To provide the best care and results for my patients, along with the evidence-based and cutting-edge treatment, I tailor my services to recognize patients as individuals and respond to their needs, preferences, and values.
I believe in a collaborative relationship with my patients based on a mutual respect and trust.
HIGHLY QUALIFIED PSYCHIATRIST
CONVENIENT LOCATION AND COMFORTABLE SETTING
I attended Medical School at the University of Belgrade, completed my residency training in General Psychiatry at Maimonides Medical Center, where I was also appointed as Chief Resident.
Thereafter, I continued my training at Mount Sinai School of Medicine's Fellowship Program in Psychosomatic Medicine. I work there as an Attending Psychiatrist, treating patients with both medical and psychiatric disorders.
In my practice, I utilize highly effective CBT therapy. I have received training in CBT from the Beck Institute, right from the source.
I am trained in psychoanalysis by NYU's Institute for Psychoanalytic Education.
I am board certified in both General Psychiatry and Psychosomatic Medicine.
I am conveniently located in Midtown Manhattan, between Times Square and Grand Central, and easily accessible by public transportation. The building is wheelchair accessible.
My office is both comfortable and modern.
I employ research based, cutting-edge treatment with patients having complicated medical issues, regimens, medication side effects, treating women in perinatal period, substance abuse, eating disorder, among other issues patients may have.
At Mount Sinai, I conduct research and teach medical students, residents and fellows on various topics in psychiatry. I draw upon this experience to offer outstanding, evidence based treatment to my patients.