The office is easy to find, on Route 206, with on site parking, and is handicapped accessible.
Main Office: 1000 Herrontown Road, Princeton, NJ 08540
Phone: (609) 683-0707
Fax: (609) 683-8322
Ages Treated: Adult, Adolescent, Geriatric
Treatment Areas & Special Interests
The smooth functioning of the office is maintained by our office personnel. Elisa is the Office Manager and works full time. She has been with the office since August, 1997. Julie is also part of the office staff team, and works part time.
Together they handle the scheduling, patient and insurance forms and billing, letters, reports, reception, management of patient records, and the many other responsibilities necessary to keep the office running well.
In addition to being responsible and efficient, their courteous and warm personalities help make the office a friendly and comfortable place.
Dr. Resnick has presented many lectures and workshops to
both public and professional audiences, as well as appearing on television,
radio and in newspapers. He continues trying to improve public awareness
through education on issues of mental health.
He is also an Assistant Clinical Professor at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
Dr. Resnick has created and maintains the Mind and Body Info Page, a website of varied mental health topics.
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Private Outpatient Psychiatry Practice: Princeton, September 1986 - present.
Board of Directors, New Jersey Group Psychotherapy Society, September, 2001 - present
Consulting Psychiatrist: Community Options, providing psychiatric management for clients with developmental disabilities, September 1997 - Present.
Chief Medical Consultant: Interchange Behavioral Health, September 1995 - 1998.
Photo therapy Coordinator : Carrier Foundation, Belle Mead, N.J. 1988 - September 1993. Developed and ran the light therapy program for Seasonal Affective Disorder.
Staff Psychiatrist : Carrier Foundation, Belle Mead, N.J. July 1986 - September, 1993. Worked with Anxiety Disorders Program and Mood Disorders Program. Also ran Eating Disorders Program for a period.
Psychopharmacology Instructor : N. J. State Screening Center Certification. January 1991 - 1992. Taught pharmacology (medication) for the training program for New Jersey's Screening (Crisis) Centers.
Covering Psychiatrist : Gracie Square Hospital, New York City. September 1984 - December 1986.
Psychiatric Staff : Columbia University Student Mental Health Service, New York City. July 1985 - January 1986.
House Psychiatrist: Baptist Medical Center, Brooklyn, N.Y. August 1984 - February 1985. Psychiatric coverage for inpatient units, admissions, and emergency room.
House Physician: White Plains Hospital, White Plains, N.Y. July 1982 - June 1983.
House Physician: Jewish Memorial Hospital, New York City.
July 1982 - June 1983.
Psychiatry Residency - St. Luke's Hospital : July 1983 - June 1986
Medical Internship - Medical College of Pennsylvania : July 1981 - June 1982
M.D. Degree - New York Medical College : July 1977 - June 1981
B.A. Degree - Princeton University : September 1973 - June 1977
(Psychology Major, graduated Cum Laude)
HOSPITAL AND UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENTS
Medical Staff - The Medical Center at Princeton, March 1994 - present
Medical Staff - Charter Hospital, Summit, N.J., April, 1994 - 2001
Assistant Clinical Professor - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New
November 1986 - present
Visiting Clinical Fellow - Columbia University Medical School, New York
July 1983 - July 1986
RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS
"Seasonal Mood Changes and Treatment with Light",
Carrier Foundation Letter #147 - November 1989
"Stress: Signals and Solutions" Chapter 2,
Carrier Center for Learning - Copyright 1988
"Stress Management: A Necessary and Useful Tool"
Carrier Foundation Letter #138 - November 1988
"Effects of the Anorectic Drug, Phenylpropanolamine, on Blood Glucose
Pharmacology 17; 155-162 (1978)
"Circadian Rhythms and Variations in Brain 5-Hydroxytryptamine"
(Princeton University). 1976 unpublished
Laboratory Research with blood enzyme level assays - Vanderbilt Medical Center, 1978 unpublished
Multiple newspaper articles and radio and TV appearances
American Psychiatric Association
American Group Psychotherapy Association
New Jersey Psychiatric Association
Society for Light and Biological Rhythms
Obsessive Compulsive Foundation, Professional Member
Elected to Sigma Chi, National Research Honor Society
CREDENTIALS & LICENSES
Diplomate of The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Certified Group Psychotherapist (by the American Group Psychotherapy Association)
Recognized by the Obsessive Compulsive Foundation as an Referral Physician
New Jersey Medical License
Pennsylvania Medical License
INTERESTS & SKILLS
Extensive public speaking experience with lectures given for public and professional audiences.
Television and radio appearances, and multiple newspaper interviews and articles written on a wide variety of Psychiatric topics.
Photography, Video making, computers, tennis, jogging, biking
Video script writing, production, and editing.
Dr. Resnick has created and maintains the Princeton Psychiatric Page, a website of varied mental health topics.
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From Princeton, Trenton, & South:
From the intersection of 206 and Nassau Street, Take 206 North 3.2 miles (past wooded area, past STS Garage & white Nassau Oil buildings on the left), make next right onto Herrontown Road. *see "from Herrontown Road"
From Route 27:
From Route 1:
From Herrontown Road: