Dr. Segal is a New York licensed psychologist working part-time with NYC CBTp. She has a specific interest in working with individuals experiencing psychosis and mood symptoms. She received her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Hartford and completed her clinical internship at Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital in New Jersey. Her postdoctoral training was in correctional psychology at Rikers Island where she was the Clinical Supervisor of a unit specializing in diagnostic clarification. She maintains a private practice in Manhattan treating individuals with executive functioning deficits, mood instability, and interpersonal difficulties. She also provides cognitive remediation treatment and psychological assessments.
- Private Practice, Manhattan, NY
- Wellpath, Westchester, NY
- NYC Health + Hospitals/Correctional Health Services, Queens, NY
- Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital, Morristown, NJ
- Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center, Manhattan, NY
- Lieber Recovery Clinic, Manhattan, NY
- Mount Sinai, Manhattan, NY
- Grossi, L. M., Green, D., Schneider, M., Belfi, B., & Segal, Shanah (2018). Personality, psychiatric, and cognitive predictors of length of time for competency to stand trial restoration. The International Journal of Forensic Mental Health, 17(2), 167-180.
- Gu, W., Reddy, H., Green, D., Belfi, B., & Einzig, Shanah (2017). Inconsistent responding in a criminal forensic setting: An evaluation of the VRIN-r and TRIN-r scales of the MMPI-2-RF. Journal of Personality Assessment. 99(3). 286-296.
- Grossi, L. M., Green, D., Einzig, Shanah, & Belfi, B. (2017). Evaluation of the response bias scale and improbable failure scale in assessing feigned cognitive impairment. Psychological Assessment, 29(5), 531-541.
- Young, S., Jacobson, R., Einzig, Shanah, Gray, K., & Gudjonsson, G. H. (2016). Can we recognise malingerers? The association between malingering, personality traits and clinical impression among complainants in civil compensation cases. Personality and Individual Differences, 98, 235-238.
- Einzig, Shanah, Green, D., Belfi, B., Cheng, A. W., & Kunz, M. (2016, June) Racial differences in Jacksoned defendants. Paper accepted for the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services. New York, NY.
- Einzig, Shanah, Green, D., Belfi, B., & Kunz, M. (2016, March). Predicting nonrestorability of incompetent to stand trial defendants” Granting Jackson relief. Paper accepted for the Annual Conference of the American Psychology – Law Society. Atlanta, GA.
- Einzig, Shanah, Green, D., Belfi, B., Reddy, H. B., Foellmi, M., & Klaver, J. (2013, March). The utility of the response bias scale within a forensic psychiatric population. Paper accepted for the Annual Conference of the American Psychology – Law Society. Portland, OR.
- Reddy, H. B., Green, D., Belfi, B., Roth, C. F., & Einzig, Shanah (2013, March). Inconsistent responding in a criminal forensic setting: An evaluation of the VRIN-r and TRIN-r scale of the MMPI-2-RF. Paper accepted for the Annual Conference of the American Psychology – Law Society. Portland, OR.
- Einzig, Shanah & Falkenbach, D. (2010, July) Difference in gender prevalence rates in psychopathy: Do the constructs of overt and covert aggression provide answers? Poster presented at the International Society for Research on Aggression. Storrs, CT.
- Einzig, Shanah, Choi, J., Saperstein, A., & Medalia, A. (2010, June) The relationship between autonomous self-regulation and cognitive remediation outcome in schizophrenia. Poster presented at the Cognitive Remediation in Psychiatry Conference. New York, NY.
- Early, D., Cahall, J., Einzig, Shanah, Turner-Corn, Z., Fineran, G., Fava, J., Kopelovich, S., Byars, K., Stimmel, M., Foellmi, M., Colombino, N., Ward, K., Galietta, M., Ivanoff, A., & Rosenfeld, B. (2009, November) Project Sharp. Poster presented at the International Society for the Improvement and Teaching of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. New York, NY.