Tamara Shulman, Ph.D, FAACP

Dr. Shulman is board certified (ABPP) as a clinical psychologist, licensed in New York and New Jersey, providing psychotherapy to adult, adolescent and child clients in a warm, supportive setting. She works with a multimodal approach tailored to the needs of her clients that combines cognitive behavioral (CBT) and psychodynamic psychotherapeutic techniques. Specialized training in both techniques allows her to individualize effective treatment with each person.

Dr. Shulman’s practice focuses on helping her clients who are experiencing: anxiety, depression, stress, relationship issues, work and school issues, post traumatic stress, serious or chronic illness, ADD/ADHD/learning issues, parenting issues and family issues and work/life balance issues.

Dr. Shulman is a fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology and a member of the Mental Health Advisory Board of St. Mary’s Hospital, where she serves on the Hospital’s Allied Scientific Staff. As a member of the Professional Advisory Board of BreastCancer.org, she provides webinars and other materials to women dealing with a diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. Prior to joining St. Mary’s, Dr. Shulman was the Chief of Children’s Services at Elizabeth General Medical Center’s Department of Psychiatry, Community Mental Health Center.

She supervises doctoral candidates and medical students, and has been on doctoral thesis committees at New York University, City College of New York (CCNY) of the City University of New York, Pace University and C.W. Post College.

Publications include articles on life transitions, parenting, and coping with serious illness. She has also presented programs at St. Mary’s Hospital, corporate employee assistance seminars, foundations, and numerous schools, and has appeared on CNN, local cable television, and in webcasts.