Dr. Clyman earned a master’s and doctorate in clinical psychology (PsyD) from Yeshiva University, and completed clinical rotations in neuro-cognitive assessment, efficacy research (of psychotherapy), and behavioral-relational treatment approaches geared toward individuals, couples and families.
Dr. Jeremy Clyman
While pursuing his doctorate in clinical psychology, Dr. Clyman conducted award-winning and published dissertation research on cognition-based factors of resiliency within the LGBTQ community, weaving together and extending research findings within the fields of positive psychology, cognitive-behavioral treatment for anxiety/depression, and stigma-stress. He completed an APA-accredited clinical internship at the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial VA Hospital in Bedford, MA, including supervised training in individual and group psychotherapy treatment (including cinematherapy and reminiscence groups for older adults), research on the efficacy of varies psychotherapy techniques, and neuro-psychological testing (mental status screens and IQ/personality testing).
Dr. Clyman broadened his clinical skill set with a post-doctoral fellowship in forensic psychology and child custody from the Child and Family Evaluation Service (CAFES) of William James College, providing comprehensive custody evaluations of children and families, and conducting research, assessment, and treatment of high-conflict co-parents.
Prior to joining the field of clinical and forensic psychology, Dr. Clyman obtained a master’s degree in journalism, with a specialty in mental health issues, from Northeastern University.
Established in 2014
After graduation and licensure (#10012), Dr. Clyman worked for a group practice, Kendall Psychological Associates, treating adolescents, undergraduate and graduate students from MIT and Harvard University, and high-functioning young professionals. Within a few years, he transitioned fully to private practice in the Cambridge/Arlington area where he strives to deliver successful treatment plans for his adolescent-through-older adult psychotherapy clientele, and resolving custody evaluations for his Probate & Family Court (GAL) appointments.
Dr. Clyman writes blogs for Psychology Today Magazine on mental health in cinema and television & co-parenting problems.
Over Fifteen Years
Dr. Clyman has accumulated over twelve years of professional experience in the mental health industry, obtaining high-quality training and work experience in residential, inpatient/hospital, and intensive outpatient treatment settings. His clinical work across a wide spectrum of life phases and all levels of therapeutic care informs his personally-tailored approach to treatment. Clinical rotations were conducted at various renowned institutions across the northeast, including NY-Presbyterian Hospital, Jacobi Medical Center, McLean Hospital, and Two Brattle Center.
Dr. Clyman studies and practices myriad contemporary, well-researched treatment protocols for psychological distress.
He studied dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) under Dr. Marsha Lineham and delivered DBT-based treatment to personality-disordered adolescents and adults within intensive outpatient programs. Training included group treatment in interpersonal effectiveness, mindfulness, and distress tolerance, 24/7 skills coaching, and participation in DBT training and supervision groups.
Dr. Clyman studied acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) under Dr. Steven Hayes, and received numerous years of doctoral and post-doctoral training, coursework, and supervised clinical practice in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).
Dr. Clyman received formal and advanced training in related protocols, including prolonged exposure (PE) for trauma and “stages of change” and other motivational interviewing frameworks for substance abuse and addictions, and interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) for grief in older adults under Dr. Greg Hinrichsen.
Dr. Clyman has published research articles in peer-reviewed journals within the field of clinical psychology and family law. And he has served on committees for Division 46 of the American Psychology Association (APA), and as a member for numerous other national and local professional organizations.
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