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Neil S. Grossman

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7 Debbie Court, Dix Hills, New York 11746, United States
7 Debbie Court Dix Hills New York 11746 US
631 271-4211631 271-4211
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Neil S. Grossman, Ph.D.

Dr. Grossman is a clinical and forensic psychologist specializing in children and families. He has a special interest in families recovering from divorce. Dr. Grossman is President-Elect of the Forensic Division, NYSPA. He currently chairs the SCPA, Psychology and Law Committee and chaired the Family Forensic Task Force of the Division of Family Psychology. He co-chaired the Family Forensic Special Interest Group of the Division of Family Psychology and the Parenting Coordination Association of New York. Dr. Grossman has been appointed to a collaboration project of APA and ABA. He was president of the Academy of Family Psychology and the Council of Specialties in Professional Psychology, and was a Vice President of the Division of Family Psychology and a Board Member of the American Board of Family Psychology, APBB, and Fellow of the American Psychological Association.

In Collaborative Practice, Dr. Grossman is trained as a coach (family specialist) and a child specialist. He has also trained as a divorce mediator and a parenting coordinator.

 

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Areas of Practice:

  • Divorce
  • Family Business Disputes (Civil Collaborative)
  • Post-Divorce Disputes
  • Separation
  • Mediation
  • Blended Families
  • Child/Adolescent
  • Couples
  • Gay/Lesbian Families
  • Parenting
  • Special Needs Children

Professional Organizations

  • APA, AFCC, NYSPA, NCPA, SCPA

Professional Licenses

  • Licensed Psychologist
  • School Psychologist

Education

  • B.S. C.W. Post College
  • M.S.Ed. City College
  • Ph.D. Psychology, Baylor University
  • Post-Doctoral Degree in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Adelphi University
  • Certificate in Family Therapy, Ackerman Institute, Three Year Program

Languages

  • English
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