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Springfield (973)_ 467-9409
Randolph (973)_ 366-9444
Hackettstown(908)_ 979-1144
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Our Psychologists

Dr. Marshall Mintz has specialized in clinical, health and sport psychology for more than two decades. His training in the area of health psychology includes two post doctorates. One was completed in psychosomatic disorders and family therapy (Philadelphia Children's Hospital) and a second in sex and marital therapy (UMDNJ).  Dr. Mintz' training in sport psychology has lead to his becoming a sport psychology consultant to the U.S. Olympic Team and certified by the Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP). Dr. Mintz consults with scholastic, collegiate and professional athletes and teams. He is a national speaker, presenting on a wide range of challenges and issues that confront athletes and coaches in their quests for peak performance. A licensed psychologist in New Jersey and South Carolina, he is also a contributing faculty member and clinical supervisor at Rutgers University’s Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP). For more information about Dr. Mintz click the following link

Dr. Kenneth Schneider clinical interests include behavioral treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, developmental disabilities and chronic illness. In addition, he conducts psycho-educational and psychological evaluations. He is Professor Emeritus of Rutgers University, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP), where he held a faculty position since 1976 and Chair of Department of Applied Psychology. He continues to teach and supervise at GSAPP and is Director of Learning Disability/ADHD evaluation program of the Psychology Clinic of GSAPP. Dr. Schneider has been licensed by the New Jersey State Board of Psychology Examiners since 1979.

Dr. Robert Morrow clinical interests include adult survivors of child abuse (sexual, physical, and emotional), dissociative disorders, trauma, psychosomatic disorders and addictions. Dr. Morrow specializes in working with adults of all ages, adolescents and couples. He is a clinical supervisor at Rutgers University’s Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) and also for the Thomas J. McShane Center for Psychological Services at Pace University in New York, NY. Dr. Morrow is also on the faculty of the Center of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis of New Jersey. He was licensed by the NJ State Board of Psychological Examiners in 1986.

Dr. Dennis Shaning areas of clinical interests include treatment of anxiety disorders, phobias, depression, OCD, and ADHD. He specializes in family therapy, couples therapy, and medical hypnosis. Dr. Shaning is the consulting psychologist to the Randolph, NJ Police Department, and his work in forensic psychology has established him as a court-approved expert witness for custody evaluations. He received his doctoral degree in psychology from Fordham University. A licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist, Dr. Shaning has held adjunct faculty positions at Seton Hall and Rutgers Universities.


Dr. Roberta Fallig areas of clinical specialties include relational issues, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, trauma, abuse, women’s issues and stress management. Dr. Fallig is trained to work with children, adolescents and adults. She is a member of the professional attending staff at Hackettstown Regional Medical Center and provides clinical supervision to masters and doctoral level therapists. She has been an adjunct Professor at Universities in New Jersey and in New York. She’s also a guest lecturer for many community sponsored talks in Warren, Morris, and Union Counties as well as an invited guest expert for local media shows. Dr. Fallig is licensed in both New Jersey and New York.