Dorothy Grice, MD
Professor and Director, OCD and Related Disorders Program
Narrative of Services:
Dr. Grice utilizes comprehensive approaches to diagnosing, understanding and treating OCD, Tourette disorder and related disorders. In addition to leading the Mount Sinai OCD program, in her clinical practice she evaluates and treats children, teens and adults affected by OCD. Dr. Grice is also committed to training psychiatry residents and fellows to become future experts in the field; as such, she supervises and teaches trainees who rotate in the OCD program. Dr. Grice has a longstanding research interest in genetic and environmental risk factors for OCD and leads several international collaborative studies and lab-based molecular and neurobiological studies of OCD.
Dr. Grice provides comprehensive diagnostic evaluations to children, teens, and adults to assess OCD, OCD related disorders, tic disorders, and other childhood-onset psychiatric/neuropsychiatric disorders. She also provides pharmacologic treatments and ERP, as well as psychoeducation, parent guidance, and individual therapy.
Facilities accessible by clients of all mobility levels: Yes
Dr. Grice is Director of the OCD and Related Disorders Clinical and Research Program and Associate Director of the Tics and Tourette’s Program at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She completed clinical and research fellowships in child psychiatry at the Yale Child Study Center and adult psychiatry training at the Medical University of South Carolina. Before joining Sinai she directed the Tic, Tourette and Related Disorder Clinic at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital at Columbia University/New York State Psychiatric Institute. In addition to her psychiatric and pharmacological expertise, Dr. Grice is trained to provide specialized therapies for OCD, including ERP.