Clinical Treatments
Assessment and Evaluations
Training and Consultations

Neuropsychological and Clinical Psychotherapeutic Services, PLLC (NeuroPsychCPS) is a diagnostic, treatment, and consultation center for cognitive, behavioral, developmental, educational, and vocational challenges.


Our Services

Clinical Treatments

Offering a wide range of clinical treatment in both individual and group therapy, neurorehabilitation, rehabilitation, vocational and career rehabilitation, mental health, trauma therapy, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, and readjustment and deployment stress therapy for military-related issues.

Assessment and Evaluations

Providing comprehensive psychoeducational; functional behavioral; neurovocational; vocational and career evaluation for adults.

Training and Consultations

Training for companies or schools in need of education or consultation, with regards psychological trauma, behavioral health, sports-related concussion, or traumatic brain injury (TBI), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), crisis intervention, critical incident stress management (CISM), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, anxiety, etc.

Expert Evaluation and
Treatment of Mental Disorders

  • Stress


    Stress can be brief, situational and a positive force motivating performance, but if experienced over an extended period it can become chronic stress, which negatively impacts health and well-being

Adapted from the American psychological Association

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    Trauma is an emotional response to a terrible event like an accident, rape, or natural disaster. Immediately after the event, shock and denial are typical. Longer term reactions include unpredictable emotions, flashbacks, strained relationships, and even physical symptoms like headaches or nausea. While these feelings are normal, some people have difficulty moving on with their lives. Psychologists can help them find constructive ways of managing their emotions.

Adapted from theRecovering emotionally from disaster

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    Everyone experiences sadness at times. But depression is something more. Depression is extreme sadness or despair that lasts more than days. It interferes with the activities of daily life and can cause physical symptoms such as pain, weight loss or gain, sleeping pattern disruptions, or lack of energy. People with depression may also experience an inability to concentrate, feelings of worthlessness or excessive guilt, and recurrent thoughts of death or suicide. Depression is the most common mental disorder. Fortunately, depression is treatable. A combination of therapy and antidepressant medication can help ensure recovery.

Adapted from the Encyclopedia of Psychology

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    Bipolar disorder

    Bipolar disorder is a serious mental illness in which common emotions become intensely and often unpredictably magnified. Individuals with bipolar disorder can quickly swing from extremes of happiness, energy, and clarity to sadness, fatigue, and confusion. These shifts can be so devastating that individuals may consider suicide. All people with bipolar disorder have manic episodes—abnormally elevated or irritable moods that last at least a week and impair functioning. But not all become depressed.

Adapted from the Encyclopedia of Psychology

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    Anxiety is an emotion characterized by feelings of tension, worried thoughts, and physical changes like increased blood pressure. People with anxiety disorders usually have recurring intrusive thoughts or concerns. They may avoid certain situations out of worry. They may also have physical symptoms such as sweating, trembling, dizziness, or a rapid heartbeat. Anxiety is not the same as fear, but they are often used interchangeably. Anxiety is considered a future-oriented, long-acting response broadly focused on a diffuse threat, whereas fear is an appropriate, present-oriented, and short-lived response to a clearly identifiable and specific threat.

Adapted from the Encyclopedia of Psychology

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    Mild Cognitive Impairment

    An estimated 15% to 20% of people over age 65 meet the criteria for mild cognitive impairment—the changes that exist between normal aging and dementia.

Adapted from the American psychological Association

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    Substance Use Disorder

    Substance use disorder encompasses varying degrees of excessive use of a substance, including alcohol; tobacco; opioids; caffeine; cannabis; hallucinogens; inhalants; sedative, hypnotics, or anxiolytics; stimulants (e.g., amphetamine, cocaine); and more. Various mental health conditions, such as depression, may co-occur along with substance use disorder.

Adapted from the American psychological Association

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    Personality refers to individual differences in characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving. The study of personality focuses on two broad areas: One is understanding individual differences in particular personality characteristics, such as sociability or irritability. The other is understanding how the various parts of a person come together as a whole

Adapted from the Encyclopedia of Psychology

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Mental Health Resources to Support First Responders


Workers in helping professions (police officer, firefighter, paramedic, military, and any frontline member’s) often care for people who are in crisis and must deal with the secondary trauma resulting from addressing those situations. Their work can put their own mental health at risk.


Last year I didn’t know what was wrong with me and just that something was. I came to Dr.Doria and couldn’t be happier with my decision. Not only did he identify the issue but, also identified that the dosage of my medicine was incorrect. After hearing about his credentials and researching him I contacted Dr. Doria and immediately heard back and scheduled and appointment. He was there for me from start to finish and constantly made me feel not just like apatient but that he truly cared about me and my wellbeing. He truly listens, and I never felt more at ease then when talking to him. He is truly experienced and knowledgeable in what he does,and his credentials speak for them self. I would highly recommend Dr. Doria to anyone I know and owe my now emotional wellness to him.

Patient Denise

Bronx, New York

Dr. Doria is not only a dear colleague; he is also a mentee and friend. His intellectual ability, ability to communicate, self-reliance and motivation are superior.

Eric G. Schwartz, MD, JD, MPH

Rear Admiral U.S. Public Health Services / Health Human Services
Deputy Surgeon General of the United States

Thank you, Dr. Doria for all that you have given and all you have accomplished. Thank you Dr.Doria, for your compassion and caring about the health and well-being of our Coast Guard.

Jeffrey Salvon-Harman, MD

Captain – U.S. Coast Guard / U.S. Public Health Services
Chief, Operational Medicine, U.S. Coast Guard

I worked with Dr. Doria as part of a military healthcare team for treatment of combat related traumatic brain injury. The team developed many cutting-edge medical resources and tools that improved the quality of life for many Marines and sailors returning from the Middle East. Dr.Doria’s contributions as a neuropsychologist were significant to the program’s success.

Shirley A. Jett, PhD, RN

RN Health Educator, Population Health

Dr. Doria’s determination, dedication, initiative, fervent drive and amiable personality were critical to the outstanding success of the Navy / Marine Corps innovative traumatic brain injury
programs. By ensuring medical personnel’s knowledge of and competency in managing and
treating concussion in the combat theater, Dr. Doria has directly contributed to the health and
safety of U.S. military combat troops engaged and developed to both Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation New Dawn. Dr. Doria’s exceptional accomplishment and impressive
performance to achieve Navy Medicine’s mission.

Matthew L. Nathan, MD

Vice Admiral Medical Corps U.S. Navy
Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
Surgeon General of the Navy

I had the pleasure of working closely with Dr. Doria through much of 2010-2012 and found him to be an exemplary officer and medical professional. His vision and leadership skills were
essential to the establishment of the first-ever comprehensive U.S. Marine Corps Traumatic
Brain Injury program to include a comprehensive TBI training program. He successfully
combined his professional expertise as a neuropsychologist with his unparalleled energy and
leadership skills to provide critical support to the U.S. Marine Corps. I hope I will get the
opportunity to work with Dr. Doria again in the future.

David A. Tarantino, Jr., MD, MPH

Captain – Medical Corps / U.S. Navy
Director for Medical Programs
Headquarters Marine Corps / Health Services

Dr. Doria came in and immediately had a positive impact on our program. Dr. Doria worked tirelessly to update and expand the trainings. Our frontline military personnel now have a betterunderstanding of how to care for service members with concussion due directly to his efforts.

Jack W. Tsao, MD, DPhil

Captain – Medical Corps / U.S. Navy
Director of TBI Programs
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery

Dr. Doria was the driving force behind the design and implementation of four new training courses to support the Navy’s Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Program in assessing brain trauma within the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard. The results of these training programs were highly lauded by not only the Navy’s Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, but, both the Navy and Marine Corps Surgeon Generals’, which resulted in Dr. Doria’s work being presented to the Australian Defense Department and to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Forces in Europe.

Maura Dollymore, MD

Rear Admiral / U.S. Coast Guard / U.S. Public Health Service
U.S. Assistant Surgeon General
U.S. Coast Guard Surgon General
Director of Health, Safety and Work Life

During his humanitarian deployment after the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti in 2010, Dr. Doria was an integral part of a team. His primary responsibility was to provide psychological first aid, trauma assessment, and counseling services to child orphans, earthquake victims, and unaccompanied children. In addition, Dr. Doria also provided excellent counseling support to the children’s staff and other volunteers.

Enrique Ginzburg, MD

Chief Medical Officer
Project Medishare Field Hospital
Port-au-Prince, Haiti

I decided to work with Dr. Doria because of his extensive background and training in
neuropsychology and as a professional counselor. My main problem areas were being organized
and productive and I also had work and family issues at the time.  Dr. Doria kept me on track in
the areas that I needed to work on and provided me with concrete help and ideas. During sessions
he reviewed all life areas that he knew were important to me. He gave me real life help and
advice that was “above and beyond” what you would get in therapy, and this contributed to an
“upward spiral” in my life.  He was a great listener but also good at understanding. Because of
this, I looked forward to our upcoming talks knowing that he’d be there to listen and offer helpful
advice and ideas in the various situations that I was facing.  Working with Dr. Doria was a
positive and productive time in my life. I was going through difficult times at work and in my
life but was able to get through staying positive, functional, and making progress in all areas.

Patient Angela

Bronxville, New York

I was looking for help with the onset of an apprehension to fly during the pandemic. I am a flight
attendant for 22 years and this was very unusual for me to be experiencing these emotions. I
came across Dr. Mike Doria’s credentials and saw that he was a mental health coach for my
company. I noticed that his background in trauma and recovery programs would be helpful to my
problems. My main concern was how to keep flying at my job without this nervousness and
anxiety. I also have a special needs child at home with developmental delays. Dr. Doria and I
worked through some of the areas in my life concerning my daughter’s limitations, my
relationships, and post-divorce co-parenting issues. He helped me to stay positive during these
stressful times. He encouraged me to continue taking care of myself by doing the things I love to
do! In each session he keeps me on target and reviews all my life challenges and how I am going
to find solutions to each issue. I have always looked forward to our sessions because I know that
I have an advocate. It wasn’t long till I started to see improvements in all areas of my life!  Most
importantly, I’m happy to report that flying is getting better, and I am able to continue to do my

Patient Carla

New York, New York

Thank you for all you have done for us. Unfortunately, I had to call you several times for one
reason or another during your off time, and you always answered and ready to support our
employee group. You were there for our employees during some very hard times, and I know
that many employees grew a trusting relationship with you. Thank you.

New York, New York

Director – Operations LGA at Delta Air Lines

These quotes represent a few of the many positive reviews that we have received for clinicians who work with NeuroPsychCPS.We don’t pay anyone to provide their review and they are all made voluntarily. Some people’s experience receiving therapy with NeuroPsychCPS might be different. If you would like to review your therapist, please send your review to.

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    NeuroPsychCPS, PLLC

    173 Huguenot Street, Suite 200 New Rochelle, NY 10801

    (914) 246-4100

    Fax: (888) 301-8044