My approach to psychiatry is simple. I look at your life thoroughly; from your DNA up through your relationships. Problems in any of the layers of life can cause mental health issues. Once the areas of concern are identified, I will construct a treatment plan to address it. My approach comes from years of working through challenging patient cases as a provider, and personally being on the receiving end of overlooked issues in my own care. I cannot promise to have all of the answers, but I can promise to help you gain insights into the areas of concern in your mental health.

I make judicious use of medications according to the APA guidelines and also consider endocrine and nutritional factors impacting your mental health.

My talk therapy approach is eclectic, with insights on: managing the stress of school, work or money; wealth issues; working in finance; race issues; or being a business owner.

Reach out to me and I will let you know if I can help you. Either way, I will try to point you in the right direction.

Stay hopeful, surround yourself with good people, and do the things you love in life. Eat a big breakfast, drink plenty of water, exercise, and get some sleep.


"When it comes to living your life to the fullest, and being truly happy, there are many factors to consider and balance. Everything from your food, exercise, environment, people, schedule, and budget impact your state of mind, in addition to the medicines you take. Rushing in and getting pills does not always solve the problem. At the same time avoiding medications, and spending years in talk therapy alone, also does not always solve the problem. By reviewing the multiple facets of your life, it becomes possible to find a path that gets around the barriers to living your fullest way. Throughout my career, I have had the honor to get to know my patients and help them achieve their personal goals through mental health. And, I measure my success not simply by my ability to alleviate their symptoms, but instead by my ability to improve the quality of their lives. I hope I will have the opportunity to do the same with you."


Dr. Jacques Jospitre, Jr. is a Board Certified Psychiatrist whose practice is geared to people with high stress lifestyles who feel they could be performing better at work or school. He holds a medical degree from the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine and a masters degree in Business Administration from the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College. He received additional training in buprenorphine detoxification for opioid addiction. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and is a member of the American Psychiatric Association. He also has advanced training in Functional Medicine.



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