About Dr. V.
Dr. Harry Voulgarakis, Ph.D., BCBA-D, is a Licensed Psychologist and Behavior Analyst who specializes in clinical and forensic psychology and neuropsychology, with a focus on neurodevelopmental disorders, health psychology, LGBTQ+ issues, and cognitive-behavioral therapies. His primary expertise is in psychological and neuropsychological assessment and regularly evaluates patients for concerns related to autism, ADHD, learning disorders, as well as infants through young adults with complex genetic, medical, and behavioral profiles.
Dr. Voulgarakis combines his diverse pre-and post-doctoral training experiences to take an integrative approach to assessment and treatment. After completing his clinical internship at the Seaver Autism Center for Research, Dr. Voulgarakis was awarded a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology with concentrations in Health Psychology, Neuropsychology and Parent-Infant Mental Health. He completed post-doctoral training in psychological assessment and research and well as continued his training in evidenced-based therapies including CBT and ACT. Dr. Voulgarakis went on to study forensic psychology post-doctorly and consulted on cases, often when a family member involved is impacted by a complex neurodevelopmental challenge.
In addition to private practice, Dr. Voulgarakis is an active researcher and teacher. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Child Study at St. Joseph’s University, New York, and an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University. He has authored and co-authored over 25 scientific and peer reviewed papers, regularly serves as are viewer on Children’s Health Care and Child Care in Practice, and his work has appeared in other outlets such as Autism Spectrum New. He has also presented his research both nationally and internationally.