Meredith Margolis, Ph.D.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist who has been privileged to work with individuals, couples, and families for over thirty years. I view my relationships with others from a psychodynamic perspective, which places utmost emphasis on current events but recognizes the importance of the past in shaping one’s perception and behavior. As a therapist, I am particularly interested in working with individuals who are experiencing grief and loss. I am also interested in helping people cope with major life events including divorce and remarriage, career changes, retirement, and illness. At this point in my professional life, however, I spend the majority of my time helping to identify the reasons that individuals have difficulty reaching their potential. These reasons often include attention deficits, learning differences, and/or emotional distress. I have found that more clearly identifying these issues can lead to exciting, and even transformational, pathways to a more satisfying life.
In addition to psychoeducational and neuropsychological testing and therapy, I spent many years as an Assistant Professor of psychology at Cedar Crest College. I am the former president of a national organization (NTSAD), and have written extensively on topics including parenting and relationship issues.