Education & Training

Dr. Stephanie Newman received a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University and a post-doctoral Certificate in Psychoanalysis from the Institute for Psychoanalytic Education (formerly NYU Medical Center Psychoanalytic Institute). She has been Board Certified in Psychoanalysis for over a decade.

Faculty Appointment: Columbia University

Visiting Scholar/Clinical Supervisor in Doctoral Program at Columbia University Teachers College

Professional Memberships and Societies

Fellow of the American Board of Psychoanalysis

American Psychoanalytic Association

Psychoanalytic Association of New York

Psi Chi, National Honors Society in Psychology

Clinical, Supervisory, and Teaching Experience

Dr. Stephanie Newman has worked with individuals in intensive psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. Upon completing analytic training and joining the faculty of the Institute for Psychoanalytic Education (IPE), formerly known as NYU Institute, Dr. Newman began supervising Residents in Psychiatry at Bellevue Hospital and teaching post-doctoral level courses, including classes on Psychopathology, Freud's Structural Theory, Termination, and Clinical Case Writing. Dr. Newman is a Clinical Supervisor for the Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology/ Visiting Professor at Columbia University Teachers College. She has led therapy groups for children whose parents are separated or divorced.

Before working in private practice, Dr. Newman held different positions at several hospital and partial hospital programs in New York City. For example, she served as a therapist and intake coordinator at Gracie Square's Program for Managing Eating Disorders, a day hospital for adults and adolescents with eating and psychiatric disorders, where she conducted therapy with individuals and their families in both one on one and group settings. Before working at Gracie Square, Dr. Newman completed a fellowship at the facility formerly known as Smithers, a day treatment hospital for adults struggling with substance abuse and psychiatric disorders. While there she consulted with individuals and their families and provided therapy in one on one and group settings. She has also worked with adults and adolescents in inpatient settings, has done hundreds of consultations and assessments, and has performed numerous diagnostic interviews, assessing adults and adolescents with various psychological profiles as part of a comprehensive Family Health Study conducted at the New York State Psychiatric Institute.