Dr. Robert McMullen
A Psychiatrist and Psychopharmacologist with more than three decades of experience in his field, Dr. Robert McMullen currently operates a private practice in New York City, providing diagnosis and treatment services for patients throughout the area. Commanding a lengthy and impressive academic and professional resume, Dr. Robert McMullen began to lay the foundations for his career as an undergraduate at Washington and Lee University. Following receipt of his Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Washington and Lee and subsequent work as a high school teacher, Dr. Robert McMullen refocused his professional objectives and entered into a two-year premedical program through American University and Howard University. During this period, he divided his time between his studies and a full-time job as a Security Guard at Burns Security, maintaining a 4.0 GPA throughout. In 1972, Dr. Robert McMullen secured admission to Georgetown University School of Medicine, where he studied all facets of medicine for the next four years, with a particular emphasis on topics in psychiatry. Dr. Robert McMullen completed coursework and attended lectures by such notable psychiatrists as Murray Bowen and Harold Searles while at Georgetown, further enriching his formative understanding of the practice. Earning his M.D. and graduating with honors in Psychiatry from Georgetown in 1976, Dr. Robert McMullen next began a yearlong internship at Overlook Hospital in New Jersey, followed by a residency in psychiatry at the New York State Psychiatric Institute and the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center. At the successful completion of his residency, Dr. Robert McMullen launched a private practice in psychiatry, psychotherapy, and psychopharmacology, performing additional duties as a member of the attending staff at Roosevelt Hospital and a teacher at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. In the years that followed, Dr. Robert McMullen fulfilled other duties on the attending staff at St. Clare’s Hospital, Phelps Memorial Hospital Center, and Northern Westchester Hospital, along with various academic responsibilities at Columbia University. Additionally, he served as a Clinical Consultant in the Facial Pain Clinic at the College of Dental Medicine, as well as an Instructor of Clinical Psychiatry and an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. Today, Dr. Robert McMullen devotes the bulk of his private practice to diagnosing various psychiatric conditions and helping patients manage them through pharmaceutical, nutritional, and electromagnetic means, including transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). Dr. Robert McMullen lives and works in the greater New York metropolitan area.