Gregory Gentile, Psy.D.

Dr. Gentile is a clinical psychologist who emphasizes meaningful interpersonal connections. He integrates cognitive behavioral skills with relational approaches to provide clients with a space for growth, acceptance, and exploration.

CONTACT
Gregory Gentile, Psy.D.
Postdoctoral Psychologist
P: (212) 337-3565 Ext. 8
AVAILABILITY
Monday 10AM – 6PM
Tuesday 10:30AM – 11:30AM / 1PM – 7PM
Wednesday 10AM – 6PM
Thursday 10AM – 6PM
CLIENT FOCUS
Children (6-12)
Teens (13-18)
Adults
Client Types (Individual, Family)
“I believe that the foundation for any supportive relationship is authenticity. I am committed to establishing sincere connections with my clients to create a safe space for them to feel heard, accepted, and understood as they navigate life’s challenges and work toward accomplishing their goals.”
G. Gentile
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SPECIALIZATION
  • Anxiety, mood disorders, and stress management
  • Relational issues
  • Trauma, loss, and grief
  • ADHD & anger management
  • Life transitions & identity formation
EDUCATION
Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in School-Clinical Child Psychology
Pace University – New York, NY
Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed.) in School Psychology
Pace University – New York, NY
Master of Arts (M.A.) in Psychology
The New School for Social Research – New York, NY
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology
Ramapo College of New Jersey – Mahwah, NJ
Recent Clinical Experience
Pre-Doctoral Clinical Psychology Intern
Mount Sinai Morningside – New York, NY
Clinical Psychology Extern
Kings County Hospital – Brooklyn, NY
Clinical Psychology Trainee
McShane Center for Psychological Services – New York, NY
School Psychology Trainee
Willow Road Elementary School – Franklin Square, NY
Workshops & Presentations
Correlates of Pathological Hoarding Behavior in Older Adults
Written in collaboration with Roane, D., Wilson, G., Landers, A., Hayashi, F., & Todman, M. (2015, October). Poster presented at the Annual Convention of the Institute on Psychiatric Services: Mental Health Services Conference, New York, NY
The Effects of Play & Name Information on the Learning of Unfamiliar Objects
Written in collaboration with Ishak, S. (2013, March). Poster presented at the 84th annual meeting Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY
Name or Play: Which One Helps Children Solve Fitting Problems?
Written in collaboration with Trover, R. & Ishak, S. (2012, April). Poster presented at the annual Psychology Student Research Symposium Ramapo College of New Jersey, Mahwah, NJ
Tactile Information Helps Children Solve Fitting Problems
Written in collaboration with Trover, R. & Ishak, S. (2011, October). Poster presented at the annual Coalition of Public Liberal Arts Colleges Northeast Regional conference Keene State College, Keene, NH

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