Dr. Catherine Masterson is a clinical psychologist in private practice on Long Island in New York.
She is a psychologist at the
Bronx Psychiatric Center and Associate Director of its APA approved Clinical Psychology Internship.
She is an Assistant Clinical Professor of
Psychiatry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine. She writes
articles, conducts presentations for professional audiences and welcomes
Dr. Masterson is a leader in professional associations.
She has served as Secretary of the New York State Psychological Association (NYSPA)
and President of its Clinical Division. For additional
information about her extensive professional activities, please read Dr.
Her distinguished academic background includes graduating
Summa Cum Laude and being class
valedictorian on full scholarship at Long Island University. She went on to earn a doctorate and
postdoctoral diploma from the prestigious Gordon F. Derner Institute of Advanced
Psychological Studies at Adelphi University. She also
earned a certificate in Family Therapy from the Long Island
Institute of Psychanalysis, Family Therapy Training Program.
Dr. Masterson brings energy, passion, and
commitment to public service.
She is the recipient of numerous awards,
including for disaster service following 9/11,
AA Flight 587 Crash, and the TWA
Flight 800 Crash. Don't miss the photo of her volunteering at a
Red Cross Shelter after 9/11 (on the "Public Service" page).
She received an Award
of Appreciation for outstanding service, dedication and commitment to
the Clinical Division of NYSPA.
she is a nature and wildlife photographer,
who ventures far from her
Brooklyn, New York roots, traveling to Africa, and volunteering and
fundraising for wildlife conservation projects.
So passionate is she
about Africa, that it inspires her decor and the earth colors on this
web site and in her private practice office. Be sure
to see "In Africa" and a sample of her photography in
"Wildlife Photography" (clickable links to these pages in menu at left) and return as more of her
photos are added.
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