Curriculum Vitae

Caroline A. Blackman, M.D.

(646) 620-8620

carolineblackmanmd@gmail.com

 

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

  • Caroline Blackman MD, PLLC                                                                                            New York, NY

    • Private psychotherapy and psychopharmacology practice

  • Mt. Sinai/Beth Israel Medical Center - Head of Medical Student and Resident Education in the Psychiatric Emergency Room

    • Responsible for the evaluation and education of medical students and residents

  • Mt. Sinai/Beth Israel Medical Center - Psychotherapy and Medication Management Supervisor

    • Supervised 3rd and 4th year Psychiatric Residents with their psychotherapy and psychopharmacology caseloads

  • Mt. Sinai/Beth Israel Medical Center - Psychiatric Emergency Room Attending Psychiatrist

    • Responsible for the evaluation and treatment of patients in crisis

    • Led an interdisciplinary treatment team established to manage acute psychiatric emergencies

  • Albert Einstein College of Medicine - Clinical Instructor

    • Responsible for the teaching of medical students from The Albert Einstein College of Medicine rotating through Psychiatry

  • The Realization Center, Inc. – Staff Psychiatrist

    • Performed psychiatric evaluations and recommended psychopharmacological treatment of addiction patients

  • The Rockefeller University Pfaff Lab of Neurobiology and Behavior - Research Assistant

    • Principal Investigator of a research project on the effects of steroid hormones on mood and cognition

 

AWARDS & HONORS:

Post Graduate 

  • Named one of Super Doctors®- Rising Stars of New York in Psychiatry in 2013, 2014 and 2017

  • Named one of New York Super Doctors® in 2020 and 2021 

  • Awarded The Feminist Press-Top 40 Under 40 as one of 40 women under the age of 40 who have made a significant achievement in their field and who embody the spirit of feminism     

  • Inducted into the Leo M. Davidoff Society of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine for outstanding achievement in the teaching of medical students

Medical School             

  • Prize in Pediatrics (most outstanding performance in Pediatric Rotation)

  • Top 10% of class

Undergraduate

  • Joanne Mary Sullivan Prize in Psychology for excellence/promise in the field of Psychology

  • Graduated Cum Laude, Dean’s List

EDUCATION:

  • M.D., Memorial University of Newfoundland Faculty of Medicine                             Newfoundland, Canada

  • B.A., Clinical Psychology, Tufts University                                                                        Medford, MA

  • Horace Mann School                                                                                                             New York, NY

 

Postdoctoral Training

  • Candidate, NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy & Psychoanalysis,

NYU Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

  • Certificate: The Eating Disorders, Compulsions & Addictions Program,

The William Alanson White Institute

  • Chief Resident in Psychiatry, Mt Sinai/Beth Israel Medical Center

  • Resident in Psychiatry, Mt. Sinai/Beth Israel Medical Center                       

                                    

Licenses and Certifications

  • New York State Medical License Number: 252120

  • American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology: Certification # 62768 (9/9/11)

  • DEA registered and Buprenorphine trained

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE AND PRESENTATIONS:

  • Keynote Speaker – Wake Forest University Symposium on Disordered Attachment and Disordered Behavior.         Topic: Integration of Medication and Psychotherapy for Patients with Disordered Attachment and Addiction

  • Seeing Through Seasonal Affective DisorderMt. Sinai/Beth Israel Wellness Program

  • Depression Later in Life - United Nations’ Women’s Guild lecture

  • Could it be Depression? - Mt Sinai/Beth Israel Hospital Wellness Program Lecture for lay audience

    • Lecture on symptoms, signs and treatment of Clinical Depression to a lay audience

  • Grand Rounds in the Department of Psychiatry at Mt. Sinai/Beth Israel Medical Center - Teaching Residents CBT

    • Presented research findings in study to determine if adhering to manual based model of Cognitive Therapy predicts competence in delivery of treatment

  • Multiple Perspectives on Overcoming Challenges to CBT Training for Residents - Co-Presented at the Annual National Conference of the American Association of Directors of Psychiatry Residency Training Programs 

  • Assessment of the Suicidal Patient - Lecture to first year psychiatric residents at Mt. Sinai/Beth Israel Medical Center

    • Provided overview of demographic factors associated with suicide as well as the emergency interview and assessment of the suicidal patient

  • Psychopharmacologic Treatment of Insomnia - Lecture to second year psychiatric residents at Mt. Sinai/Beth Israel Medical Center 

  • Introduction to Psychopharmacology - Created for the beginning psychologist to become familiar with basic psychopharmacology and medication management of severely mentally ill patients

  • Introduction to Inpatient Psychiatry 

    • Series of weekly lectures for psychiatry interns on inpatient documentation, psychopharmacology and legal issues pertaining to the care of hospitalized mentally ill patients

 

PAST AND PRESENT MEMBERSHIPS AND COMMITTEES:

  • Member American Psychiatric Association

  • Member of the Medical Board, Mt. Sinai/Beth Israel Medical Center

  • Member of The Education Committee, Mt. Sinai/Beth Israel Medical Center Department of Psychiatry

  • Member of Board, Music for Autism

  • Head and Member of Development Committee, Music for Autism

  • Member Save Venice

  • Host Committee for LOOT, Museum of Art and Design (MAD)

  • Member of Spring Gala Auction Committee, Diller- Quaile School of Music