Dr. Greenwald provides psychological services to children, adolescents, and adults, including individual, marital, family, and group psychotherapy. He specializes in overcoming the effects of growing up in dysfunctional families, managing post-traumatic stress reactions, reducing anxiety/panic, and improving family/marital and other interpersonal relationships. With children and adolescents, he specializes in behavioral management training (i.e., parenting, discipline, and behavior modification in the classroom), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and family counseling for parent-teen conflict. He has a subspecialty in psychological testing for Learning Disabilities, ADHD, disruptive behavior disorders, and PTSD, as well as evaluating parent-child interaction difficulties. He consults to schools on topics of IEP programming, behavioral management, and educational placement. He also maintains an interest in consulting with patients, providers, employers, and attorneys regarding needed workplace accommodations under the American's with Disabilities Act (ADA) for individuals impacted by learning, psychological, and psychiatric disabilities, and has provided forensic expert evaluation and testimony in ADA cases. Dr. Greenwald has presented and published professional articles on post traumatic stress disorder, childhood sexual abuse, and the impact of sibling sexual experiences. He is also the Director and CEO of The Counseling Center's offices, and provides consultation to other psychologists, psychiatrists, and medical operations managers around business and operations management of behavioral health practices.
Dr. Greenwald received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Vermont. He obtained clinical training at Vermont State Hospital, West Central Community Mental Health Services in Lebanon, New Hampshire, and completed a clinical fellowship in the Department of Psychiatry at Dartmouth Medical School. He is licensed to practice psychology in New Hampshire, and is a member of the New Hampshire Psychological Association. Dr. Greenwald has served on the faculty in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School for research investigating Post-traumatic Stress Disorder among Vietnam veterans, as well as conducting his own research on the long term effects of childhood sexual abuse. He has been practicing in Nashua, NH since 1987, when he worked for Matthew Thornton Health Plan and Hitchcock Clinic. He founded the Counseling Center of Nashua in 1990, and has developed the practice to be the largest and most comprehensive private outpatient multi-disciplinary behavioral health practice in New Hampshire.