David Yourman, Ph.D. NYS Licensed Psychologist
Psychotherapy and Neurofeedback in Brooklyn and Manhattan
Clinical and Consulting Psychologist in Private Practice 2001 to Present:
Private Practice of Psychology including individual psychotherapy, couples psychotherapy, and neurofeedback/brainwave biofeedback.
Adjunct Associate Professor:
Teachers College Columbia University: 2001 to Present
Associate Adjunct Professor Long Island University: 2010 to Present
Zengar Institute Master Trainer in Neurofeedback:
2003 to Present
Jacobi Medical Center: 1999-2001
North Central Bronx Hospital: 1997-1998
St. Lukes/Roosevelt Hospital: 1996-1997
Center for Psychological Services, Teachers College Columbia University: 1993-1996
Mt. Vernon Community Mental Health Center: 1992-1993
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology Teachers College Columbia University 2000
M.Phil. Clinical Psychology Teachers College Columbia University 2000
B.A. History/Music Oberlin College 1981
Publications and Presentations:
Yourman, D. B., (in press). Melville, shame and the evil eye (book review). Bulletin of the Silvan S. Tomkins Institute.
Yourman, D. B., (2003). Trainee disclosure in psychotherapy supervision: The impact of shame. Journal of Clinical Psychology/In Session, 59(5), 601-609.
Yourman, D. B., (2001, March). An Introduction to EEG Neurofeedback. Presentation to the psychology staff at Jacobi Medical Center, Bronx, NY.
Yourman, D. B., (2001, January). Affect theory and clinical practice. Grand Rounds presentation for the Department of Behavioral Medicine at Jacobi Medical Center, Bronx, NY.
Hill, M. A., Cook, D., Lewis, L. R., Shmurak, S. H., & Yourman, D. B. (2000). The Silvan S. Tomkins institute presents: The advanced study group. Philadelphia, PA: The Silvan S. Tomkins institute.
Yourman, D. B., Farber, B. A. (2000, October). Internalized shame, supervisory alliance, and trainee perceptions of nondisclosure in psychotherapy supervision. Paper presented as part of a panel discussion at the Mid-Atlantic Society for Psychotherapy Research conference at Lehigh University, PA.
Yourman, D. B., Farber, B. A. (1996). Nondisclosure and distortion in psychotherapy supervision. Psychotherapy, 33(4), 567-575.
Yourman, D. B., Farber, B. A. (1996, June). Trainees’ disclosure to supervisors: what is and is not concealed. Paper presented as part of a panel discussion at the 27th annual meeting of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, Amelia Island, FL.