My name is Xinlin Chen 陈 昕 琳 (she/her/hers). I am a board-certified psychiatrist and psychotherapist who helps adults struggling with systemic oppression, internalized oppression, identity, relationships, low mood, or anxiety. I am a medical doctor and completed my training at NYU School of Medicine. I completed my psychiatry residency training at NYU, before completing my fellowship in Public Psychiatry at Columbia University. I’m currently a Clinical Instructor at NYU Department of Psychiatry. I have experience training and working in a wide variety of settings that provide mental health services, including the NYU Faculty Group Practice, NYU Gender and Sexuality Service, Bellevue Family Therapy Program, Gouverneur Asian Bi-Cultural Program, and specialized programs that provide mental health care to domestic violence and sex trafficking survivors. I have taught and supervised psychiatry residents in training at NYU and Gouverneur Clinic. I’m able to see people who speak English or Mandarin.
Currently accepting new clients in person in Downtown Brooklyn.
Anxiety, Cultural Issues, Depression, Existential Crisis / Transition, LGBTQIA-Related Stress