Dr. Goldberg specialized in the treatment of individuals who had been told that they have treatment-resistant depression. Many of these individuals had hard to treat forms of bipolar depression, while others have been diagnosed with major depression.

He was founder of PsyCom.net, and a psychiatrist and clinical psychopharmacologist in private practice in New York City. He served on the staff of the National Institute of Mental Health and the Departments of Psychiatry of the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, and Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons. He subsequently devoted his time to evaluating and providing advanced innovative treatment for individuals whose depression or bipolar disorder had not not responded to standard drug treatments.

Individuals with treatment-resistant mood disorders including bipolar depression, major depression, rapidly cycling bipolar disorder and/or severe mixed states, were of special interest to Dr. Goldberg.


Tributes

tribute1The Passing of a Great Man
Many considered Dr. Goldberg—I always called him “Dr. Ivan”—to be a psychiatrist-psychopharmacologist who was in a class by himself: world class.
February 14, 2014


tribute2In Memory of Ivan Goldberg, MD
He will be missed.
December 2013