Mark Johnson, Ph.D.
Dr. Mark Johnson is a licensed psychologist specializing in psycho-educational, psychological, cognitive remediation, and psychotherapy. He earned his doctorate from New York University’s Steinhardt School of Education, Culture and Human Development and has 35 years of experience conducting evaluations in the fields of rehabilitation and neuropsychology, as well as experience working with clients struggling with a wide range of issues including depression, and anxiety. Dr. Johnson was a pre-doctoral fellow at the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine at NYU/Langone Medical Center and completed post-doctoral training in neuropsychology at NYU’s Brain Injury Day Treatment Program. Dr. Johnson was employed for 19 years at NYU Langone Rusk Institute and for eight years was a clinical team leader at the Brain Injury Day Treatment Program.
Currently, Dr. Johnson specializes in the treatment of adults with a variety of developmental and learning (ASD, PDD, LD), medical (acute and chronic medical conditions), neuropsychological (brain injury, concussion, stroke, dementia), and psychiatric conditions. Dr. Johnson provides cognitive remediation to individuals with learning problems, ADHD and various cognitive deficits. He also provides psychotherapy to individuals and couples using a combination of insight-oriented and cognitive-behavioral, evidence-based therapies. He is an Assistant Professor of Applied Psychology in the Department of Applied Psychology at New York University and teaches graduate-level courses in clinical assessment, development, neuropsychology, and addictions.