Dr. James D. Sterling is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. Dr. Sterling joined the hospital in 1982, serving initially as a Clinical Instructor, after spending five years as a Clinical Instructor at Metropolitan Hospital’s Department of Psychiatry.
Dr. James D. Sterling holds a Doctor of Philosophy in the field of psychology from the University of Chicago and Masters Degrees from both the University of Chicago and the Columbia University Business School. After serving internships at the Chicago-Read Mental Health Center, Dr. James D. Sterling obtained his Illinois state psychologist’s license in 1976. A New Yorker by birth, Dr. James D. Sterling made his way back to his home state in 1977, when he obtained his license to practice clinical psychology in the state of New York. During this time, Dr. James D. Sterling also served on the board of directors for the Greater New York area’s Alcoholism Council, where he served on committees for referral and treatment standards and training.
Dr. James D. Sterling has had his full-time practice since 1976, specializing in individual, group, and marital therapy. His practice, the New York Center for Psychotherapy, helps the client improve their personal relationships by developing their communication skills. The practice takes several different approaches to helping couples and individuals, whether through group sessions or personalized one-on-one counseling. Located on Park Avenue in New York City, Dr. James D. Sterling’s practice tailors each session toward the individual client’s needs. A former member of the American Psychological Association for more than twenty years, Dr.
James D. Sterling has also been a member of the American Group Psychotherapy Association.He has trained in a variety of disciplines, including child psychology and mental health. Dr. James D. Sterling trained in-group psychotherapy in both San Francisco and Chicago and in 1971, Dr. Sterling worked at the Instituto Nacional de Neurolog?a in Mexico City, Mexico.
His education has not been limited to the field of psychology. Dr. James A. Sterling has studied business and social welfare, as well as language studies, with education in French, German, Spanish, and Italian. Dr. James A. Sterling’s studies took him to Lyceum Apinum in Switzerland and Yale University, which he attended for two years before obtaining his bachelor of arts from the University of California in Berkeley in 1965.
Dr. James D. Sterling lives in New York City with his wife of 28 years. They have one daughter, Tasha. In his spare time, Dr. James D. Sterling is a lector at the Church of St. Thomas More, where he served as vice president of the parish council from 1999-2000. Dr. Sterling also has been a patron of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Dr. James D. Sterling has been providing counseling services to the residents of New York since 1976. Located on Park Avenue, the New York Center for Psychotherapy specializes in marital and family counseling in a client-focused environment. Dr. James D. Sterling is a licensed clinical psychologist who also serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Mount Sinai Medical School.
After obtaining his Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare from Berkeley’s University of California, Dr. James D. Sterling went on to obtain a Master of Science with an emphasis on business from Columbia University and a Master of Arts with an emphasis on psychology from the University of Chicago. In 1976, Dr. James D. Sterling earned his Doctor of Philosophy in psychology from Illinois’ University of Chicago.
Today, Dr. James D. Sterling resides in his hometown of New York City with his wife. They have one daughter.
Dr. James D. Sterling is not only a respected licensed psychologist, he also teaches others. Dr. Sterling’s career as a clinical instructor began in 1977, at Metropolitan Hospital’s psychiatry department. In 2000, Dr. James D. Sterling joined the Mount Sinai School of Medicine’s teaching staff as Assistant Clinical Professor, where he still serves today.
In addition, Dr. James D. Sterling has a full-time private practice, the New York Center for
Psychotherapy, which specializes in individual, group, and marital and family therapy. Dr. James D. Sterling has also been a member of the American Psychological Association, the American Group Psychotherapy Association, the New York Society of Clinical Psychologists, and is a former board member of the Alcoholism Council of Greater New York.
Dr. James D. Sterling is a member of New York’s St. Thomas More Catholic Church, where he served as Parish Council vice president in 1999. He lives in New York with his wife of 28 years, Carolina Sterling.