Dr. Michael Colin is a New York state licensed psychiatrist, double board certified in adult and addiction psychiatry. He graduated from Boston University with Honors with a dual degree in Psychology and Biology and completed his post-baccalaureate medical sciences degree at Columbia University. He earned a medical degree from the New York State/Sackler Medical School, and completed his residency in adult psychiatry, as well as a fellowship in addiction psychiatry at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital in Manhattan. In addition to psychiatric training, Dr. Colin has additional training in psychotherapy through the Psychoanalytic fellowship program at the New York Psychoanalytic Institute.
Dr. Colin continues to work with a wide range of patients. In addition to London Terrace Psychiatry, he works in a community-based clinic in Manhattan. He also maintains a relationship with the Mount Sinai Health system as an attending psychiatrist and training supervisor in their psychiatric emergency rooms.
Dr. Brian Buggie is a board-certified, licensed New York City psychiatrist. He graduated from the University of New Mexico summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in biological anthropology and then earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. He completed his psychiatry residency at St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital, a member of the Mount Sinai Health System.
Dr. Buggie is also the founder of a couple innovative psychiatric programs, House Call Psychiatrists and KETAMIND. House Call Psychiatrists is a network of board certified and licensed psychiatrists in Manhattan with extensive experience making psychiatric home visits. KETAMIND is a clinic offering a new non-invasive ketamine nasal spray for treatment-resistant depression, OCD and PTSD.
In addition to his private practice, he is an attending physician in several psychiatric emergency rooms with admitting privileges to Roosevelt Hospital and St. Luke's Hospital. He works closely with local Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams which are home-based psychiatric outreach programs as well as a homeless shelter in Harlem.