Dr. Irina Volynsky PHD, Psychologist

Dr. Irina Volynsky PHD


440 West Street Fort Lee New Jersey, 07024


I have over 21 years of experience working in eclectic mode of treatment. It means that I will not try to mold your problems and your personality so that it fits into my treatment approach. I will pick an approach that works for you. In addition to working with adults, I do parent-child consultations (including at-home consultations for toddlers), developmental consultations, and psychological and neuropsychological testing. This is exactly the type of testing your child's educators may request from you, when they feel that something is off in your child's performance, but they cannot get to the root of the problem. Our social workers will provide you with the necessary resources to address various issues, such as housing, medical insurance, and any other benefits you might be eligible for. Our social workers and mental health counselors also offer life coaching, motivational interviewing, and person-centered planning. The last of the three comes in handy when you might be on a crossroad in terms of job and career search.We will try our best to find a mental health professional that is familiar even with the most seemingly unimportant details of your cultural community.

Education and Training

City University of New York/ Kiev State University

Provider Details

Male Russian 27 years of experience

Areas of expertise and specialization

Child and Adult Psychology; Testing; Parental Training


  • The Barmack Award, Best Dissertation City University of NY   

Dr. Irina Volynsky PHD's Practice location

440 West Street -
Fort Lee, New Jersey 07024
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