Dr. Ronit Yael Levy PSY.D., Psychologist
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Dr. Ronit Yael Levy PSY.D.

Psychologist | Cognitive & Behavioral

4 Terry Drive Suite 11 Newtown PA, 18940


Dr. Levy is a clinical psychologist and founder of Bucks County Anxiety Center in Newtown, PA. She believes that people should feel in control of their lives. Dr. Levy specializes in cutting-edge, research-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for Anxiety Disorders, chronic worry, anxiety due to chronic illness, and anxiety due to life events (e.g., births, deaths, loss, career transitions, relationships). Dr. Levy combines over 15 years of experience in CBT with training in neurotrauma, chronic illness, decision making, personality structure, and relationships to help her patient achieve and maintain the life they want. People come to Dr. Levy when they realize that they can no longer hide their struggles or deal with them on their own. They are at a tipping point and are ready to invest in working with an expert who will help them gain the tools they need to gain strength, happiness, success, and health. She has worked with physicians, attorneys, authors, artists, entrepreneurs, scientists, and Fortune 500 executives on overcoming the fears, emotional reactions, and behaviors that were ruining their careers, relationships, and health.

Education and Training

Albert Einstein Medical School Psy.D. 2004

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Areas of expertise and specialization

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Professional Memberships

  • American Psychological Association  


  • NYU Langone Medical Center  

Dr. Ronit Yael Levy PSY.D.'s Practice location

Bucks County Anxiety Center

4 Terry Drive Suite 11 -
Newtown, PA 18940
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Get to know Licensed Clinical Psychologist Dr. Ronit Levy, who serves patients in Newtown, Pennsylvania.

A licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Levy is the CEO & Managing Director of Bucks County Anxiety Center in Newtown, Pennsylvania. 

Successful, high achieving teens and adults seek out Dr. Levy when the shame, distress, and fear they experience every day are ruining their relationships, careers, and health. She believes that people have the power to feel in control of their lives, even in challenging situations. She combines Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) with the latest research in neurotrauma, chronic illness, thinking, personality, and relationships to help her patients stop obsessing, reduce fears, change negative beliefs, make better decisions, and end toxic relationships. Patients stop feeling desperate, scared and trapped and instead, they feel confident, strong, and secure. As a result, their relationships, friendships, health, finances, and work/school performance improve.

What makes Dr. Levy unique is that she has lived with many of the issues that she counsels her patients on. Her patients find that her personal experience, combined with her strong professional expertise, is responsible for her outstanding success rate.

Back in the early days of her academic career, Dr. Levy graduated with her medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 2004. She trained at renowned centers of excellence, completing her doctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship at NYU Langone Medical Center. She also trained with Dr. Steven Phillipson, a leader in the treatment of OCD, and continues to train in the latest research-based treatments and collaborates with top anxiety and medical treatment centers in Philadelphia.

Having worked in the mental health field for 20 years, she has worked in hospitals and private practice and has also consulted to executives, leadership teams, and business owners. In addition to seeing patients and overseeing the practice, she works with a wide variety of businesses on motivation, change, and fear and their impact on financial and leadership success.

Trained in research-based methods for treating anxiety and OCD, Dr. Levy has presented to and worked with counseling and crisis teams of Bucks County school districts. She has worked with private and public high schools as well as with elite universities to secure accommodations and education plans for high achieving students struggling with anxiety, OCD, ADHD, and depression. She is also the author of How to Educate Your Kid During a Crisis: Practical Tips and Guidance to Educate Them and Stay Sane.

In order to stay up to date in her field, she remains an active member of the American Psychological Association.

Clinical psychology is a broad branch of psychology that focuses on diagnosing and treating mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders. Some of the more common disorders that might be treated include mood disorders like depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder, in addition to trauma influenced problems such as personality disorders and behavioral difficulties like eating disorders. Licensed clinical psychologists meet with patients to identify problems – emotional, mental, and behavioral – occurring within their lives. Through observation, interviews, and psychological tests, they aim to diagnose any existing disorders or difficulties for their patients. 

In 2018 and 2019, Dr. Levy was named one of the Best Psychologists in Pennsylvania by Top Doctor. To receive this honor, she was nominated and chosen by patients and other top specialists across the United States because of her experience and expertise in the field of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety and OCD.

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