Samara Lipsky, Ph.D.
Dr. Samara Lipsky is a postdoctoral resident who recently completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Rutgers University School of Health Professions in head trauma in athletes and intimate partner violence. Dr. Lipsky completed her post and pre-doctoral training at different hospitals in NYC. She conducted her postdoctoral clinical training assessing children and adolescents with developmental, intellectual, and medical disabilities, specifically ASD. While at Columbia University Medical Center she conducted neuropsychological and psychological assessments on children with cancer and blood disorders. Dr. Lipsky received a range of awards including being inducted into the Edward Alexander Bouchet Graduate Honor Society at Yale University, being the recipient of the President’s Scholarship at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, and receiving the Meritorious Student Abstract Award at the Society of Behavioral Medicine’s Annual Conference. She has presented at multiple conferences, co-authored book chapters, and published in journals on public health issues. In addition, she co-founded a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping fund and raise awareness for medically oriented organizations. Dr. Lipsky is Adjunct Faculty and Dissertation Chair at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She believes in a holistic model of health and is completing her health and wellness coach training through Emory University; is certified in Reiki levels I and II, and is a former NCAA tennis player.