Daniel Greben

Integrative Psychotherapy & approaches to therapeutic impasses

Dr. Daniel Greben has particular interest and expertise in integrated treatment approaches which draw upon the broad range of therapeutic modalities utilized in modern psychiatric practice. This integrative approach is inclusive of psychotherapeutic treatments and those combining psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy. His clinical work emphasizes the application of psychotherapeutic treatments to a wide range of clinical problems, with particular experience with bipolar disorder and eating disorders. He is an experienced supervisor of psychodynamic and integrative individual psychotherapies as well as interpersonal group therapy.

Dr. Greben is presently the Associate Head of the Psychotherapy Program in the Department of Psychiatry, with special responsibilities for the Psychotherapy Training Program at all levels. His primary clinical-administrative appointment is as Deputy Clinical Director and Head of Ambulatory Services in the General Psychiatry Program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health; he is also a staff psychiatrist at Mount Sinai Hospital. Dr. Greben received the Continuing Mental Health Education Award in 2000. He is an Assistant Professor of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto.