Mary Murphy, PhD

Mary Murphy, PhD, a licensed clinical psychologist, specializes in counseling, executive function and academic coaching, psychological testing, psychotherapy, and biofeedback. Her counseling practice focuses on helping children and adolescents affected by mood disorders, neurological conditions, and substance use. Dr. Murphy’s unique training and clinical experience allows her to look at patients through multiple relevant lenses to evaluate the impact that emotional symptoms, learning/cognitive issues, medical conditions and/or substance use may have on their ability to reach their true potential in school.

Dr. Murphy completed advanced fellowship training at the Yale School of Medicine. She currently is an assistant professor at Western Connecticut State University and in private practice in Newtown, CT. She continues to work with elementary and high school students during COVID-19 school closure through tele-therapy.

Mary Murphy, PhD

Mary Murphy, PhD, a licensed clinical psychologist, specializes in counseling, executive function and academic coaching, psychological testing, psychotherapy, and biofeedback. Her counseling practice focuses on helping children and adolescents affected by mood disorders, neurological conditions, and substance use. Dr. Murphy’s unique training and clinical experience allows her to look at patients through multiple relevant lenses to evaluate the impact that emotional symptoms, learning/cognitive issues, medical conditions and/or substance use may have on their ability to reach their true potential in school.

Dr. Murphy completed advanced fellowship training at the Yale School of Medicine. She currently is an assistant professor at Western Connecticut State University and in private practice in Newtown, CT. She continues to work with elementary and high school students during COVID-19 school closure through tele-therapy.

Mary Murphy, PhD

Mary Murphy, PhD, a licensed clinical psychologist, specializes in counseling, executive function and academic coaching, psychological testing, psychotherapy, and biofeedback. Her counseling practice focuses on helping children and adolescents affected by mood disorders, neurological conditions, and substance use. Dr. Murphy’s unique training and clinical experience allows her to look at patients through multiple relevant lenses to evaluate the impact that emotional symptoms, learning/cognitive issues, medical conditions and/or substance use may have on their ability to reach their true potential in school.

Dr. Murphy completed advanced fellowship training at the Yale School of Medicine. She currently is an assistant professor at Western Connecticut State University and in private practice in Newtown, CT. She continues to work with elementary and high school students during COVID-19 school closure through tele-therapy.