David Steinman MD, PC

Psychiatry and Professional Consultation

Dr. Steinman is a board certified psychiatrist and a consultant in matters relating to physician impairment who has been in private practice since 1992. Dr. Steinman's practice is focused on psychotherapy with adults and adolescents and combination treatment with medication and psychotherapy. He has extensive experience with depression and anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, adjustment reactions, eating disorders, attention deficit disorder (ADD), adolescent issues, and impairment in professionals.


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About

Dr. David Steinman is a Board Certified Psychiatrist who has been in private practice since 1992.  He graduated from The Medical College of Pennsylvania, completed an internship in Pediatrics at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children-Temple University Hospital, and served his Residency in Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center.  

Dr. Steinman has received post-graduate training at the Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Institute.

Dr. Steinman's practice is focused on psychotherapy with adults and adolescents.  He also offers combination treatment with medication and psychotherapy.  In addition, he performs medication consultation and follow up for a variety of disorders.  He has extensive experience with depression and anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, adjustment reactions, eating disorders, attention deficit disorder (ADD), adolescent issues, and impairment in professionals.  

Dr. Steinman's approach generally involves meeting with new patients for one or more consultation sessions, followed by working closely in collaboration with each patient to develop an individualized treatment plan involving psychotherapy and medication.  For individuals who need treatments that he does not personally offer, he has an extensive connection to the local community and can be helpful in putting together a comprehensive team of professionals to treat a variety of diagnoses.


Education and Training

MD, Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1984-1988

Internship in Pediatrics
    St. Christopher's Hospital for Children/Temple University Hospital, 1988-1989
Residency in Psychiatry
    Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 1989-1992
Psychoanalytic Training
    Philadelphia Psychoanalytic Institute, 1999
Distinguished Fellow
    American Psychiatric Association, 2011