- Joel Richman, Ph.D.
Joel Richman, Ph.D., has been practicing psychology for over twenty-five years. He specializes in the use of cognitive and behavioral techniques, including biofeedback, in the treatment of a variety of psychological and psychophysiological disorders. These include the anxiety disorders such as panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, generalized anxiety disorder and phobias, as well as depression, chronic pain, headache, and personality disorders.
Dr. Richman works both with individuals and with couples who are experiencing problems in their relationships. In addition, he performs psychological and forensic evaluations to assess cognitive and emotional functioning. Dr. Richman is the Administrative Director for PHC. (Syracuse/Eastwood)
- Ronald Fish, Ph.D.
Ronald C. Fish, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist with extensive experience in a wide variety of treatment modalities and populations. He has worked extensively on the treatment of couples, and has published articles on marital therapy and sex therapy in professional journals. He has received the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy’s highest earned designation, Approved Supervisor.
Dr. Fish is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine State University of New Work’s Upstate Medical University. He was awarded the American Psychological Association’s Certificate of Proficiency in the treatment of alcohol and substance use disorders.
Dr. Fish has developed behavioral medicine programs employing a psycho-educational approach for fibromyalgia and diabetes. In addition, he has published papers on hypnosis and given talks on stress management, fibromyalgia, depression, and marital enhancement. Dr. Fish is the Clinical Director for PHC. (Syracuse/Eastwood)