Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, MD

Kenneth Paul Rosenberg, MD, is currently a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Public Health at Weill Cornell Medical College/New York Presbyterian Hospital. Ken Rosenberg has produced many educational related films and videotapes over his career. Some of his works include: “Through Madness: The Subjective Experience of Psychosis,” WNET (1992), “Why Am I Gay?: Stories of Coming Out in America,” HBO (1993), “Back From Madness,” HBO (1996), “Drinking Apart: Families Under the Influence,” HBO (2000), “Cancer: Evolution to Revolution,” HBO, (2000), and “Bedlam”, independent short film about psychiatry (2009). From 1994-2009, Ken Rosenberg has been a consulting editor for the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy. He has also written many articles on health related topics, two of which are “Sexual Dysfunctions Among Psychiatric Patients” (2001) and “Studies of Sexual Dysfunction Among Severely Ill Psychiatric Patients” (2001).