Thompson Ritchie, M.S.
Mr. Ritchie is a Post-Doctoral therapist who trained in the Clinical Psychology Psy.D program at Long Island University. He received a M.A. in Developmental Psychology from Columbia University and a M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Long Island University. He will earn his Psy.D in early 2018, after completing his dissertation on the barriers to treating sleep disturbances in adults. Mr. Ritchie completed his clinical internship at Green Chimneys, a Residential Treatment Center and Therapeutic Day School in Brewster, New York that emphasizes human-animal interaction and therapy for children diagnosed with Anxiety, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Mood Disorders, and other conditions. Mr. Ritchie has worked with children, adolescents, and families in Wilderness Therapy, outpatient hospitals, and school settings, and has worked with adults in outpatient clinics and long-term inpatient facilities. He specializes in using a family-oriented approach to both Cognitive Behavioral and Psychodynamic treatments, and has experience treating patients struggling with emotional, behavioral, and cognitive symptoms.