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Are you worried about how you look? Do appearance concerns cause you distress or interfere with your day-to-day life?

 

Do you have other unwanted obsessions, thoughts, or worries?

 

Katharine Phillips, M.D., is internationally renowned for her clinical expertise and pioneering medical research on body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) and body image concerns.

 

She also has expertise in olfactory reference syndrome (worries about body odor), obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety disorders, and other psychiatric conditions.

 

Dr. Phillips strives to provide exceptional, responsive, compassionate care. She will help you obsess and worry less, get more control over unwanted behaviors, and feel less anxious and depressed.

 

Please scroll down this page to find information about Dr. Phillips, a map and her office address, her patient portal (which will enable you to contact her), testimonials, honors and affiliations, and videos.

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Meet the Practitioner

Katharine Phillips MD PC

Katharine Phillips MD PC


Katharine Phillips, M.D., is internationally recognized for her expertise in body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) and related disorders, such as olfactory reference syndrome (ORS) and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). For the past 25 years, Dr. Phillips has been providing expert evaluation and treatment for people with these conditions.

134 East 93rd Street,
Suite 201B
New York, NY 10128 US

PHONE: (929) 453-2073 Fax: (289) 861-7105

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Testimonials

"I am a 26 year old woman who has struggled with BBD for many years. I thought I was absolutely crazy until I happened to pick this book up about 6 years ago and found that other people are just like me. It has forever changed me since then. It has given me a name for my actions and piece of mind knowing that I am not alone. I have found strength in this book and can now happily say that I am recovering and functioning again in society as a "normal" person..."
Maegan A - Review of Dr. Phillips' book "The Broken Mirror: Understanding and Treating Body Dysmorphic Disorder"
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"This is an excellent book for anyone suffering from body image disorder or a family member. It is clear, readable and provides great insight. Recommend for anyone seeking more information on this topic."
Pacific Mom - Review of Dr. Phillips' book "Understanding Body Dysmorphic Disorder: An Essential Guide"
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"Many BDD sufferers encounter ignorance and misunderstanding about their condition from families and even mental health professionals. This book was a life saver, as it was refreshing to hear someone understand the condition. As a BDD sufferer, it may be hard to verbalize just how painful the condition is. A lot of us are worried that we will be mistaken as vain, silly or narcissistic. This isn't true. For anyone who wants to understand BDD, get this book."
By NightWishFan - Review of Dr. Phillips' book "Understanding Body Dysmorphic Disorder: An Essential Guide"
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"We brought our son for an evaluation by Dr. Phillips this past May. We received excellent care from her and her staff."
Lee Ann and Family from Florida
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"I read about Dr. Phillips in the Boston Globe and went to see her. I was self-conscious, and I didn't want to look in the mirror or meet new people."
Doug from Massachusetts
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"Before I saw Dr. Phillips on TV, I didn't want to leave my house at all. My isolation and depression were so severe that I was suicidal. Slowly, after beginning treatment with her, I began to see some light."
Heather from Massachusetts
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International Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Foundation
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