GLENN A. BROTTMAN, MD
Psychiatrist and Substance Abuse Specialist
Glenn A. Brottman, M.D. is a licensed physician specializing in psychiatry and substance abuse treatment. He was among the first office-based practitioners in the New York metropolitan area to offer transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) for treatment-resistant depression. Dr. Brottman oversees the delivery of all psychiatric services and provides direct patient care and guidance including psychiatric evaluation, psychiatric medication management, individual psychotherapy, outpatient medical detoxification, and medication to control cravings and prevent relapse.
Dr. Brottman received his undergraduate degree in biology from Union College in upstate New York and his M.D. from Chicago Medical School. After completing an internship in general surgery at New York Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn, he was accepted and completed a psychiatric residency at St Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital, an affiliate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Brottman has been an attending psychiatrist at St Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan and a clinical Instructor in psychiatry at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons.
GLENN A. BROTTMAN, MD
Dr. Brottman personally provides private individualized treatment for substance abuse and a variety of behavioral and psychiatric conditions, onsite at his discreet midtown Manhattan offices. He has created a unique personalized setting where executives, professionals, and other high-profile clients can be assured of complete privacy and confidentiality. All medical and psychiatric services are provided by Dr. Brottman as well as all substance abuse psychotherapy services.
Given Dr. Brottman's unique background and experience in general surgery and emergency room care, combined with his understanding of what is most effective to treat substance abuse today, has helped him to become an industry expert in pharmacology. He is routinely asked to speak, most recently he was a faculty presenter at the American Psychiatric Association in Toronto, lecturing on new substances of abuse, cutting edge methods of using, latest trends in rehabilitation, and insight into cultural shifts in society and the medical community.