Gregory K. Binus, MD

Emeritus Clinical Assistant Professor, Psychiatry

(781) 687-2363


My academic interests have centered around teaching and supervision of psychodynamic psychotherapy and a form of time limited psychotherapy using a model developed by Dr. James Mann. As Chief of Staff and former Mental Health Service Line Manager at the Bedford VA I have a wealth of experience and a deep interest in administrative psychiatry and teach this in an elective up to twelve months in length . The elective includes hands on experience on the part of the resident and personal mentoring and didactics on administration provided by me.

Dr. Binus received his psychiatric training at Boston University School of Medicine, Division of Psychiatry and has over 30 years of resident and medical student teaching experience on the faculty of Boston University. He serves on the Division of Psychiatry Residency Training Committee, and provides an interview course for the PGY 1 and 2 residents at ENRMVH. He also leads a didactic session for 3rd year medical students on Personality Disorders during their clinical clerkship at that site. At the Medical School he teaches a 14 week course to the PGY 3 residents on the technique of Psychodynamically Based Time Limited Psychotherapy.


  • Boston University School of Medicine, MD
  • Brandeis University, BA


  • Published on 1/1/2003

    Sharon E, Krebs C, Turner W, Desai N, Binus G, Penk W, Gastfriend DR. Predictive validity of the ASAM Patient Placement Criteria for hospital utilization. J Addict Dis. 2003; 22 Suppl 1:79-93. PMID: 15991591.

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  • Published on 10/1/2000

    Federman EJ, Drebing CE, Boisvert C, Penk W, Binus G, Rosenheck R. Relationship between climate and psychiatric inpatient length of stay in Veterans Health Administration hospitals. Am J Psychiatry. 2000 Oct; 157(10):1669-73. PMID: 11007722.

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  • Published on 12/1/1997

    Lanza ML, Binus GK, McMillan FJ. Quality plan for a product line. J Nurs Care Qual. 1997 Dec; 12(2):27-32. PMID: 9397637.

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