Dominick John Riccio, PhD, is a leading clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst currently serving patients at his private practice in New York City, New York. He works with all human emotional conditions including depression, psychosis and family and marital issues without the use of psychotropic medications. After earning his PhD in Psychology at Fordham University in 1974, Dr. Riccio completed his postgraduate training at Weill Cornell Medical Center. Additionally, in order to stay up to date on all medical advancements in his field, he maintains a professional membership with the New York Academy of Sciences and the Society Modern Psychoanalysis (former president). He is also a Former Member of the American Psychological Association, Former Executive Director of International Society for Ecological Psychology and Psychiatry, and Board of Director of International Society for Ecological Psychology and Psychiatry.
- Psychiatry and Psychology, Weill Cornell Medical Center
Professional Society Memberships
- New York Academy of Sciences, Former president of Society Modern Psychoanalysis, Former Member of the American Psychological Association, Former Executive Director of International Society for Ecological Psychology and Psychiatry, Board of Director of International Society for Ecological Psychology and Psychiatry
What do you attribute your success to?
- Being human with the people he works with.
Hobbies / Sports
- Stamp, Coin & Psychoanalysis Documentary Collector, Judge for Stamp Shows
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