Dr. Rubin is a board certified psychiatrist who has been at Grove for over thirty years. After graduating magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a BA in Chemistry from Clark University, he earned his medical degree at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School and did his psychiatric residency training at Yale University School of Medicine. He currently is on the clinical faculty at Yale where he supervises psychiatric residents and is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. Dr. Rubin is on the attending staff of Yale-New Haven Hospital in New Haven, CT. He also maintains a private practice with offices in Guilford and New Haven, CT.
Dr. Rubin’s work covers the life span as he is also board certified in geriatric psychiatry. He addresses issues from a multi-systems orientation and he has spent his career integrating the various contexts of biological, intrapsychic and interpersonal interactions. He has lectured on topics ranging from psychopharmacology to the role of the therapeutic milieu in residential treatment.
As Medical Director of Grove School, Dr. Rubin oversees the all of the clinical services and the Health Center. He also treats students in individual and family psychotherapy, manages medication for a caseload of students and facilitates group therapy.
In reference to his time at Grove, Dr. Rubin comments, “To help shape the creation of an environment that fosters the development and growth of the adolescents who come to the Grove School is enormously rewarding. To work in an environment that also contributes to the evolution of my own thinking and to my personal and professional growth has been, and continues to be, an extraordinary experience which has shaped and changed my life; it is a privilege.”