Clinical Physiologist at Irit Felsen
About Irit Felsen
An experienced psychologist, Dr. Irit Felsen owns and operates a clinical practice located in Mountain Lakes, New Jersey, and serves as adjunct professor with the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology at Yeshiva University in New York.
In additon to her professional involvement with veterans of wars and survivors of trauma, Dr. Felsen is personally involved in several organizations in and around her local community, volunteering some hours at Lester Senior Housing Community. She is also committed to support the Paralyzed Veterans of America and the Foundation for American Veterans. In addition to her responsibilities at her practice, Dr. Irit Felsen delivers talks and lectures to mental health professionals as well as at functions and events around the world. She has contributed research articles to peer-reviewed publications such as the American Journal of Psychiatry and the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, and is the author of a chapter in the "International Handbook of Intergenerational Legacies of Trauma".
For the convenience of her clientele, Dr. Felsen maintains an informative website devoted to her psychology practice. For more, including further biographical information as well as a complete listing of services, upcoming events and a blog, please visit www.iritfelsen.com.
Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology Clinical Psychology Program
Irit Felsen, PhD, a graduate of Hamburg University, operates a private clinical psychology practice in Mountain Lakes, New Jersey. Outside of treating her patients, Dr. Irit Felsen brings her extensive professional experience to her role as an adjunct professor of psychology at the Yeshiva University Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology.
The Yeshiva University Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology provides individuals with a number of degree opportunities. In the American Psychological Association (APA)-accredited clinical psychology program, students are provided with the doctoral training necessary to succeed in both the conceptual and empirical aspects of the field. They are exposed to foundational psychology, applied theories, real world experiences, and field training. Following the fourth year of coursework, students begin a full-time internship that serves as an effective transition into the professional world of psychology. After completing the five-year, 114-credit clinical psychology program, graduates will be prepared to practice as professional psychologists in a wide range of potential settings.