Kimberly Mangla, MD
Areas of Expertise / Conditions Treated
- Instructor in Psychiatry at CUMC
Kimberly Mangla, MD completed fellowship training in Women's Mental Health at Columbia University. She specializes in treating women across the reproductive lifespan with mood symptoms associated with pregnancy, postpartum, menstruation, and menopause. Dr Mangla's post graduate medical training began in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Lenox Hill Hospital. She then completed training in Adult Psychiatry at Mount Sinai Hospital. As a result of her broad training, she is able to deliver psychiatric care with increased sensitivity and understanding of obstetric practice. Throughout training, Dr Mangla has contributed to the field in various ways. She has publications in psychosomatic medicine and resilience. She presented at the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine as well as Postpartum Support International conferences. She continues to pursue additional training in parent infant psychotherapy.
Dr Mangla evaluates and treats patients at Columbia Doctors Midtown. She sees patients in consultation as well as ongoing psychotherapy and medication management. She specializes in preconception consultations, perinatal consultation and treatment, fetal loss, infertility, Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, and menopause. She provides psychotherapy tailored to the individual patient's needs. She also coordinates treatment with Obstetrics and Gynecology providers.
- NewYork-Presbyterian / Columbia University Irving Medical Center
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- Columbia University Employee Plan
Credentials & Experience
Education & Training
- MD, Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine
- Internship: Lenox Hill Hospital
- Residency: Lenox Hill Hospital
- Residency: 2016 Mount Sinai Medical Center
Mangla, K., Hoffman, M. C., Trumpff, C., O'Grady, S., & Monk, C. (2019). Maternal self-harm deaths: an unrecognized and preventable outcome. American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Schreiber K. The Coexistence of Resilience and Trauma-Related Psychopathology. American Journal of Psychiatry 2015 (http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/pb/assets/raw/journals/residents-journal...)
Rudolph JL, Schreiber KA, Culley DJ, McGlinchey RE, Crosby G, Levitsky S., Mercantonia ER. Measurement of postoperative cognitive dysfunction after cardiac surgery: a systematic review. The Acta Anaesthesiol Scand. 2010; 54(6): 663-677.
Rudolph JL, Schreiber KA, Harrington M. Postoperative Delirium: Overview and Opportunities to Optimize Outcomes. Journal of Clinical Outcomes Management. 2008; 15(10): 502-511.