Dr. Daniels's Biography

Dr. Daniels is a psychiatrist with a strong interest in treating emotional symptoms related to women's reproductive events across the lifespan, and mental health disorders in adults with various chronic or complex medical conditions. Dr. Daniels has extensive experience treating patients with mood and anxiety disorders, and helping patients make needed lifestyle changes.

Dr. Daniels graduated with honors from Northwestern University and received her medical degree from The University of Illinois at Chicago. She completed her training at Mt. Sinai Medical Center, NYU Langone Medical Center, and Bellevue Hospital. Dr. Daniels is board-certified in both Psychiatry and Psychosomatic Medicine, the field of psychiatry that deals with the interface between physical and emotional symptoms. Dr. Daniels is on the faculty of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt Sinai, and the New York Medical College. She is active in teaching, clinical work, and research.

In addition to providing psychiatric evaluation, medication management, and psychotherapy to adult patients, Dr. Daniels offers home visits for postpartum mothers.

Dr. Daniels's Full Circle Blog Articles

The Trauma of Being Alive

Catherine Daniels
August 29, 2013

Balint Zsako[/caption] By MARK EPSTEIN The New York Times Published: August 3, 2013 Talking with my 88-year-old mother, four and a half years after my father died from a brain tumor, I was surprised to hear her questioning herself. “You’d think I would be over it by now,” she said, speaking of the pain of losing my father, her husband of almost 60 years. “It’s been more than four years, and I’m still upset.” I’m not sure if I became …