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Spreading Knowledge, Decreasing Stigma


COVID-19 NOTICE: Dr. Seide is still accepting patients through the secure and HIPAA compliant telemedicine platform Doxy-me. Learn more about Doxyme here



New York City-based Margaret Seide MD completed her residency at John Hopkins University and is board-certified in psychiatry and neurology. In addition to operating her own private psychiatry practice in New York City, she is part of NYU’s department of psychiatry faculty. Seide is part of the 2% of Black psychiatrists in the United States, Seide and is an unexpected success story on all counts. For over 10 years, Seide has dedicated her career to destigmatizing mental health in the mainstream realm. She specializes in topics like anxiety, depression, self-esteem, trauma, bipolar disorder and more. To date, she has been featured in top tier publications like Healthline, NBC, New York Post, Insider. Dr. Seide prides herself on being, being patient-centered and truly taking the time to listen to what her patients needs.

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Dr. Seide came on service shortly after my arrival. She spends the time to listen thoughtfully and provide incredibly insightful advice. She is truly compassionate; you can tell she cares about her patients. She devotes her time well beyond what anyone would expect. I would highly recommend her.


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