Dr. Stutman is a licensed psychologist with over 40 years ofexperience. She specializes in clinical neuropsychology, forensic evaluations, cognitive remediation, evaluations for immigration and other legal problems, and psychotherapy for adolescents and adults. Many years of training and experience as a psychoanalyst, hypnotherapist, and cognitive remediation therapist inform her neuropsychological examinations. Thus, she is an astute diagnostician, who understands puzzling symptoms and provides sensible plans for their remediation. She also does disability assessments for New York State Worker's Compensation and forensic testimony.
After earning her MA in psychology from Yeshiva University and PhD in psychology from the New School University, Dr. Stutman's postdoctoral training has qualified her for Certificates in psychoanalytic psychotherapy from the Advanced Institute for Analytic Psychotherapy and the Psychoanalytic Center for Communicative Education. She has also completed the program in Clinical Neuropsychology at Fielding University.
Dr. Stutman is not just a member of professional organizations. She has been elected to leadership positions and received awards for them. For instance, the Independent Practice Division of the New York State Psychological Association (NYSPA) has elected her to be its President four times, she is Founder of NYSPA's Forensic Division and Neuropsychology Division, she serves NYSPA on several statewide committees, and NYSPA has recognized her leadership by conferring a Distinguished Service Award.
In addition to writing articles in several professional publications and serving since 1989-2000 as a Contributing Editor of the International Journal of Communicative Psychoanalysis, Dr. Stutman has extensive teaching and supervisory experience, from undergraduate through postgraduate levels. She has been an Assistant Professor at Bronx Community College of the City University of New York from 1990-2010.
Additional details are in her curriculum vitae.