STEPHANIE NEWMAN, Ph.D.
Psychologist. Psychoanalyst. Author. Speaker.
I wear several professional hats: as a psychologist/therapist in private practice, a nonfiction author, a novelist, and a public speaker. The connecting thread of all my work is my desire to help people overcome their challenges and lead more fulfilling lives.
I’m a board certified psychoanalyst in New York City and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at Columbia University.
- For more than 25 years I’ve treated adults and adolescents struggling with anxiety, depression, school and workplace concerns and consulted with families on issues relating to parenting and divorce. I received my Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Columbia University and my post-doctoral certificate in psychoanalysis from PANY (formerly NYU Institute).
I write articles for publications like Psychology Today, and books such as MAD MEN ON THE COUCH (St. Martin’s Press).
- It analyzed the subconscious motivations of Don Draper and other Mad Men characters. It was named one of the top ten performing arts books of the year by Publishers Weekly and became an Amazon bestseller in the psychology and entertainment categories. My articles and posts have drawn over a million responses on social media.
Introducing my novel, BARBARIANS AT THE PTA.
It uses fictional characters to offer a fresh take on the timely topics of bullying and technology overuse among both teenagers and adults. Think Desperate Housewives meets Mean Girls.
I do talks and panel discussions at a wide variety of conferences and other events.
- Events include workshops at schools, camps, and professional societies. My most frequent topics relate to parenting, bullying, and navigating social media.
Barbarians at the PTA