Anthony Nedelman, MA
Anthony Nedelman is completing his PhD in Clinical Psychology and is currently supervised by Dr. John Glovan. He is interested in providing therapy and conducting assessments/testing for children, adolescents, and adults. He has extensive training in both psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral treatments and integrates a relational perspective into his clinical work.
Anthony has provided treatment and psychological assessments/testing in outpatient clinics and medical settings in a variety of contexts. For example, he has provided individual cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamically-oriented psychotherapy and conducted psychodiagnostic/psychoeducational assessments and testing to adolescents and adults on an outpatient basis. In addition, he has provided individual and group-based performance-enhancement treatment to college athletes through his university’s Sports Psychology Program, as well as long-term psychotherapy and neuropsychological evaluations with children, adolescents, and young adults with cancer or blood disorders through the Children’s Cancer Institute.
Anthony earned his Bachelor’s Degree from Pennsylvania State University in Psychology, his Master’s Degree from Teacher’s College, Columbia University in Clinical Psychology, and he is currently earning his PhD in Clinical Psychology at Fairleigh Dickinson University.
"One of my favorite quotes is
"All of our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them."
by Walt Disney. In essence this implies that we all can achieve great things when we put in the effort. However, because ‘courage’ to face change is not something that always comes naturally to all of us, I encourage the development of a strong therapeutic relationship with everyone I work with as a means of emboldening my patients to take the necessary steps toward improving their lives."