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Description automatically generatedEugene Newman Ph.D, ABPdN,


Psychoeducational and

Neuropsychological Evaluations

Diplomate, American Board of

Pediatric Neuropsychology 

Diplomate, American Board of

School Neuropsychology 

19 West 34th Street  Penthouse

New York, NY 10001


(212)  564-3277 (phone)

(212)  564-3378 (fax)  





Dr. Eugene Newman has a private practice specializing in the assessment of children and adolescents.  He provides Psychoeducational and Neuropsychological evaluations of infants through adulthood. Dr. Newman has particular expertise with diagnose and treatment plans for learning disability, lead poisoning, traumatic brain injury, attention deficit problems, autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, memory concerns as well as clarification of many other psychological and psychiatric disorders. The purpose of our evaluations is not only to identify the specific difficulty of my clients but why the client is having the problem, so that a research-based treatment program can implemented to address the issue.


Dr. Newman earned his MS and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Fordham University in 1976.  Dr. Newman received post-doctoral training in Neuropsychology from Fielding University in 2007.  Dr. Newman became Board Certified in School Neuropsychology in 2009 (ABSNP) and Board Certified in Pediatric Neuropsychology in 2014 (ABPdN).  Dr. Newman is a licensed bilingual (English, Spanish) psychologist and school psychologist in New York State. He has vast experience in conducting forensic evaluations with particular expertise in cases related to learning disability, lead poisoning and traumatic brain injury. A great deal of his practice relates to evaluation of cases where the plaintiff requests a “Fair Hearing with the Department of Education (in New York City).

Dr. Newman is a member of the National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN), American Psychological Association (APA), New York State Psychological Association (NYSPA) and The New York State Association of Neuropsychology (NYSAN).