Dr. Robert Meyers has an extensive resume with a wide variety of professional education, training and experience. Some highlights include:

- Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.)
- Founder and Director of NYPW and Private Psychology Practice

- Juris Doctor (J.D.)


- Adjunct Associate Professor, St. Johns University (2006-2017)

- Creator and Director of Club Erudition

- Creator and Director of The Meyers Bar Review Program

- Creator and Director of NY Psychological Wellness, PC

- more than 30 years of teaching experience with children of all ages and grades including one year teaching special education on the high school level.

- Three decades of teaching graduate and undergraduate level courses

- more than 30 years coaching sports teams

- Founding Clinical Psychology Coordinator, Children's Unit, Holliswood Hospital

- Founding Member, Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine

PUBLICATIONS

- Meyers, RS (2019, in revisions). Voluntary and Involuntary Psychiatric Hospitalization. In, Litigators’ Handbook for Forensic Medicine, Psychiatry, and Psychology. Ed.  Lorandos, D. Publisher: Thomson Reuters

- Meyers, RS (2019, in revisions). Dr. Rob’s Casebook of Forensic Psychology. Publisher: Cognella, Inc.

- Meyers, RS (2019, in process). Conducting Psychological Assessments in U.S. Immigration Cases. Publisher: Springer US, Inc.

- Meyers, RS (2018). Treating the Chronic Pain Triad: Psychological Treatment that Works. Advances in Cognitive Therapy. IACP Vol 18, Issue 2 / ACT Vol 19, Issue 2

- Meyers, RS (2015). Clinical Perspectives on Treating Patients with Comorbid Insomnia and Pain. Journal of Rational-Emotive Cognitive-Behavior Therapy. Volume 33, Issue 3, P 258-283. DOI 10.1007/s10942-015-0214-y

- Meyers, R.S. (2008). Attention and Academic Performance. (Doctoral dissertation, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, 2008) Dissertation Abstracts International, tba 

- Meyers, R.S. (2008, May 15) Attention and Academic Performance.  Poster presented at the annual Albert Einstein College of Medicine, FGS and Institute for Public Health Sciences at Yeshiva University Research Day, Bronx, NY.