Sol W. Ginsburg, M.D.
SOL W. GINSBURG is a prominent New York psychiatrist, and the author of numerous articles in the field of social psychiatry. At present Dr. Ginsburg is associate psychiatrist at the Vanderbilt Clinic of Columbia University, and for many years he held the same position at Mount Sinai Hospital. He is consultant in psychiatry at the Conservation of Human Resources Project of Columbia University and a special consultant at the Center for Human Relations Studies of New York University; has lectured at the New York School of Social Work and at the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons; and is also associate professor of clinical psychiatry at the Long Island College of Medicine.
In addition to his private practice, his hospital connections, his teaching, his work as a consultant in social psychiatry and numerous other professional activities, Dr. Ginsburg has been, since 1945, Medical Director of the Committee on the Study of Ambulatory Care of Psychiatric Patients of the New York City Committee on Mental Hygiene. He is a member of the editorial board of the American Orthopsychiatric Journal, and a co-author of two books edited by Eli Ginzberg, The Unemployed ( Harpers, 1952) and Occupational Choice: An Approach to a General Theory ( Columbia University Press, 1951).