Dr. Gangi is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been working with individuals facing separation and loss for the past 15 years. He earned his PhD in clinical psychology from the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research and has taught classes there and lectured at various private organizations and city agencies on psychiatric crisis management, suicide assessment and intervention, and the effects of psychological trauma. In addition to his private practice, Dr. Gangi
spent 10 years as a psychiatric crisis psychologist for the City of New York and,
in that time, worked with friends, family, and coworkers of the TWA flight 800 and Air France Concorde crashes as well as with the loved ones of those killed on September 11th.
In addition to his private practice, he is currently a supervising psychologist
for the City University of New York and a Wolstein Fellow at the New York
University Postdoctoral program in psychotherapy.
Robert Gangi, PhD
280 Park Ave South (at 22nd St), Suite 12H
New York, NY 10010
Feel free to email with questions about Dr. Gangi's services and availability. Questions about the details of specific cases and concerns tend to be more complex and are likely best addressed beginning with a phone call to the above number.
280 Park Avenue South, Suite 12H New York, NY