Jay Crosby is a clinical psychologist located in New York, NY. He is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor at NYU School of Medicine and a Psychologist at Bellevue Hospital where he is developing a psychotherapy program for psychotic disorders. In addition to his clinical, teaching and supervisory responsibilities, Dr. Crosby also maintains a private practice in Midtown Manhattan where he works with a wide range of adults and adolescents.
Dr. Crosby obtained his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Adelphi University, and received postdoctoral training in the treatment of psychotic and personality disorders at Weill Cornell `Medical College. He has helped to conduct research into interventions for adolescents at risk for psychosis, and maintains clinical and research interests in first break psychosis, the phenomenology of schizophrenia, and the interface of technology, culture and psychological life. In addition to his training and background in Clinical Psychology, he holds an M.A. in Religious Studies from the University of Chicago, and has presented papers at professional conferences both nationally and abroad.