Roy H. Lubit MD, Ph.D.
165 West End Ave. Suite 3K
New York, NY 10023
BA, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
Academics: double major in history and chemistry.
MD, New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY.
POSTDOCTORAL TRAINING IN PSYCHIATRY
Psychiatry Residency, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, CT.
Child Psychiatry Residency, The Children's Hospital, Boston, MA.
Advanced Psychotherapy Fellowship, Adams House, Boston, MA.
Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship, St. Vincent’s Hospital, New York, NY.
Ph.D. in Political Science, GSAS, Harvard University, Cambridge.
Dissertation explored impact of organizational learning on international conflict.
Diplomate, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 1984.
Diplomate, American Board of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 2003.
Diplomate, American Board of Forensic Psychiatry, 2003.
New York State Medical License 205720-1.
National Board of Medical Examiners, 1980.
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Special expertise in evaluating emotional trauma, civil rights (section 1983 actions), child custody evaluations,
brain injury, psychological/psychiatric malpractice and critiquing forensic evaluations
• Psychiatry and Neurology
• Child Psychiatry
• Forensic Psychiatry
Declared an Expert in Psychiatry and/or child psychiatry in:
Bronx Supreme Court
• Bronx Family Court
Brooklyn Supreme Court
• Brooklyn Family Court
Manhattan Supreme Court
• Manhattan Family Court
Queens Supreme Court
• Queens Family Court
Suffolk County Supreme Court
• Richmond County Supreme Court
Norfolk County Superior Court in Massachusetts
• Westchester County Court
• Butler County Virginia Court Manhattan Criminal Court
• Federal court, NY Eastern District
• Consultant to Children and Law Committee of Association of the Bar of the City of NY
Ethics in Psychiatry in Sadock B. and Sadock V. (eds.) Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry. 9th edition. Phil:
Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. (in press.)
Ethics in Psychiatry (with Eth S. and Ladds B.) in Sadock B. and Sadock V. (eds.) Comprehensive Textbook of
Psychiatry. 8th edition. Phil: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. (2004)
• Forensic Psychiatric/Psychological Assessments (in preparation).
• Forensic Evaluation of Trauma Syndromes by Lubit R, Hartwell N, van Gorp WG, Eth S. in Child and
Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America. 2002 Oct; 11(4):823-57.
• Juvenile Delinquency, (with Billick) in Rosner (ed.) Principles and Practice of Forensic Psychiatry (2003).
• Child Custody Evaluations in K. Cheng and K. Myers (ed.) Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: The Essentials.
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (2005).
• Diagnosis and Treatment of Trauma on Children in K. Cheng and K. Myers (ed.) Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry: The Essentials. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (2005).
• Lectures on Ethics to Child Psychiatry Fellows at Einstein School of Medicine Winter 2009
• Assessing Forensic Evaluations Rose Seminar, Minneapolis September 11, 2008
• “Family Courts and Child Custody: A System Needing Change: Zigler Center at Yale April 11, 2008
“Child Abuse Evaluations” Symposium sponsored by Children and Family Law Committee of the Bar
Association of the City of NY, January 23, 2008
• “Doing Forensic Evaluations” Joint Conference of the British Arab Psychiatric Association and American Arab
Psychiatric Associations in Bahrain April 16, 2006.
• Evaluation of Psychiatric Trauma: International Congress on Law and Psychiatry, 7/7/05, Paris
• Evaluation of Sexual Abuse Allegations: International Congress on Law and Psychiatry, 7/7/05, Paris
• Problems in Child Custody Evaluations Dateline NBC April 15, 2005
• "Evaluating Child Custody Evaluations: Contested Allegations of Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Superior
Parenting Skills” Women’s Bar Association of State of New York; June 8, 2004; Brooklyn, NY.
• “Doing Child Custody Evaluations” Bronx 18B Lawyers Retreat; Nov 2003; Mystic, CT.
• “Parental Alienation Syndrome” Bronx 18B Lawyers Retreat; Nov 2003; Mystic, CT.
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1984-present Private practice (child, adult and forensic psychiatry).
Clinical Faculty NYU School of Medicine, Dept of Child Psychiatry and Mt Sinai
School of Medicine
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, Dept of Child
National Child Traumatic Stress Network, funded by SAMHSA and Assistant
Professor of Psychiatry, Saint Vincents Hospital, NY Medical College, Dept of Child
• Consortium for Effective Trauma Treatment, funded by NY Times Foundation
Forensic Psychiatry Fellow, Saint Vincents Hospital, New York Medical College
ADD and Behavioral Disorders Clinic: Child and Adult Psychiatry.
Sabbatical from psychiatry to work as a management consultant for
Psychiatrist, Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services.
On-call work for On-Site Psychiatric Services at various hospitals including Metro-
West Medical Center and Faulkner Hospital.
Vinfen Corporation-Child and adult psychiatry at Fall River State Hospital and
Psychiatrist, on-call and locum tenens ward coverage Charles River Hospital,
Solomon Carter Fuller and Corrigan Mental Health:.
Different summers I went wherever there was the greatest need. During the academic
year I returned to my research and teaching.
Psychiatrist for Scoville and Schwager which placed me at various state hospitals they
staffed including Danvers State, Northhampton State, Cape and the Islands, Solomon
Carter Fuller. I served as Acting Medical Director at Danver’s State and at Cape and
the Islands. As noted above, I went wherever there was the greatest need, and during
the academic year I returned to research and teaching.
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Psychotropic medications and crime: The seasoning of the Prozac defense. With Michael Welner
and Jada Stewart (in press) In Mozayani, A & Raymon, L. (Eds.) Handbook of Drug Interactions: A
Clinical and Forensic Guide. Humana Press: New York, NY.
Ethics in Psychiatry in Sadock B. and Sadock V. (eds.) Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry. 9th
edition. Phil: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins 2009.
Assessing and Treating Traumatized Children in Hosen, Responding to Traumatized Children.
Cognitive Therapy of Children with PTSD, IBID
Child Custody Evaluations in K. Cheng and K. Myers (ed.) Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: The
Essentials. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (2005).
Diagnosis and Treatment of Trauma on Children in K. Cheng and K. Myers (ed.) Child and
Adolescent Psychiatry: The Essentials. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (2005).
Using Emotional Intelligence To Deal With Difficult People and Organizations in Osland S. et al
(eds) The Organizational Behavior Reader (7th ed) Saddle River: Prentiss Hall.
Children, Disasters, and the September 11th World Trade Center Attack (with Eth S.) in Norwood A
and Ursano B (eds.) Trauma and Disaster Response and Management. Wash DC: APA Annual
Review of Psychiatry, Volume 22, 2003.
Forensic Evaluation of Trauma Syndromes by Lubit R, Hartwell N, van Gorp WG, Eth S. in Child
and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America. 2002 Oct; 11(4):823-57.
Ethics in Psychiatry (with Eth S. and Ladds B.) in Sadock B. and Sadock V. (eds.) Comprehensive
Textbook of Psychiatry. 8th edition. Phil: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. (2004)
Office Politics (with Gordon R) in Kahn J. (ed.) Mental Health and Productivity in the Workplace.
Adolescent Moral Development (with Billick S.) in Rosner R. (ed.) Textbook of Adolescent
Juvenile Delinquency, (with Billick S.) in Rosner S. (ed.) Principles and Practice of Forensic
Child Custody Evaluations in Forensic Psychiatric/Psychological Assessments (in prep.)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in Children in eMedicine World Medical Library, 2010.
Acute Treatment of Disaster Survivors in eMedicine World Medical Library, 2010.
Post Concussive Syndrome. eMedicine World Medical Library, 2010.
Borderline Personality Disorder. eMedicine World Medical Library, 2010.
Sleep Disorders. eMedicine World Medical Library, 2009
Child Abuse and Neglect: Reactive Attachment Disorder. eMedicine World Medical Library, 2009.
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Review of Anxiety Disorders in eMedicine's Depression & Anxiety Feature Series, July 2006.
Impact of Trauma on Children (with Rovine D, DeFrancisci Land Eth S.) Journal of Psychiatric
Practice v9 #2 128-138 (March 2003).
Helping Disaster Survivors. E-Medicine World Medical Library, 2001.
PTSD in Children. E-Medicine World Medical Library, 2001.
Preserving Children’s Protection While Enhancing Justice for Parents in Abuse and Neglect
Evaluations by Lubit R., Billick S. & Pizarro R. APPL Journal V 30 No 2 (July 2002) pp287-290.
The Long Term Organizational Effects of Narcissistic Managers and Executives. Academy of
Management Executive, Spring 2002.
Tacit Knowledge and Knowledge Management: The Keys to Competitive Advantage. Organizational
Dynamics, winter 2001.
The Crimean Imbroglio. East European Review, August 1995.
The Effects of Drugs on Decision-Making (with Bruce Russett). Journal of Conflict Resolution,
Forensic Psychiatric/Psychological Assessments with Len Goodstein Ph.D. (in preparation).
Coping with Toxic Managers and Subordinates: Using Emotional Intelligence to Survive and Prosper
Developing Emotional Intelligence (in preparation)
“Using Emotional Intelligence to Deal with Difficult Client Personnel (and Colleagues)”Consulting
to Management in press June 2004 v15 #2
“The tyranny of toxic managers: An emotional intelligence approach to dealing with difficult
personalities” Ivey Business Journal, spring 2004
“Curbing the Tide of Islamic Radicalism in Europe” White Paper requested by CIA 1/1/04.
Psychiatrist's Role in Involuntary Hospitalization. Commentary 2. Available at: http://
Book Review (with Billick S.) of Handbook of Neurodevelopmental and Genetic Disorders in
Children, edited by Sam Goldstein Ph.D. and Cecil Reynolds Ph.D. (New York: The Guildford
Press, 1999) for The Journal of Psychiatry & Law.
Book Review (with Eth S.) of Children’s Interests/Mother’s Rights: The Shaping of America’s Child
Care Policy, by Michel S (New Haven: Yale University: 1999) for Psychiatry .
Book Review of The Big Five by Alexander Saveliev. MeiMO (Journal of the Institute for
International Economics and International Relations), winter 1996.
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Book Review of Hidden Illness in the White House by Kenneth Crispell and Carlos Gomez. Politics
and the Life Sciences, February 1991.
Seven Easy Peaces (with Catherine Perlmutter). Children Magazine, Rodale Press, September 1988.
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Assessing Forensic Evaluations, CME talk to Nassau County Bar Association December 15, 2010
Interview on Parental Alienation by Sarah Wallace of ABC Television November 30, 2010
Canadian Broadcasting Company, interviewed on television concerning Chilean Mining Disaster:
August 24, 2010
Canadian Broadcasting Company, interviewed by 8 of their radio stations concerning Chilean Mining
Disaster: August 24, 2010
Quoted in The McChrystal Effect: Mouthing Off To Your Boss Can Get You Fired: on
ABCnews.com June 24, 2010 http://abcnews.go.com/Business/MindMoodResourceCenter/mouthing-
Interviewed by Dow Jones concerning authoritarian managers. April 7, 2010
Lectures on Ethics to Child Psychiatry Fellows at Einstein School of Medicine Winter 2010
Lectures on Psychiatry for Navy Physicians (ADHD, PTSD, Forensic Psychiatry, Ethics in
Psychiatry, Clinical Assessment of Children, Severe Personality Disorders), Columbia, Missouri
October 11 and 12, 2009.
Use of Narratives and Storytelling in Treating PTSD, Trauma Psychiatry & Psychology, International
Center For Psychosocial Trauma, Columbia, Missouri September 30, 2009
Lectures on Ethics to Child Psychiatry Fellows at Einstein School of Medicine Winter 2009
Impact of the Lehman Crisis on People, Fox Business News, September 15, 2008
Assessing Forensic Evaluations Rose Seminar, Minneapolis September 11, 2008
Developing Emotional Intelligence Rose Seminar Minneapolis September 11, 2008
“Assessing and Dealing With Corporate Threats” at ATAP North East Chapter, June 23, 2008.
“Family Courts and Child Custody: A System Needing Change: Zigler Center at Yale April 11, 2008
“Sex Abuse Evaluations” Symposium sponsored by Children and Family Law Committee of the Bar
Association of the City of NY, January 23, 2008
“Experiencing the Trauma of 9/11 and Understanding the Recovery” University of Missouri-
Columbia International Center for Psychosocial Trauma” St Louis June 29, 2006.
“Doing Forensic Evaluations” Joint Conference of the British Arab Psychiatric Association and
American Arab Psychiatric Associations in Bahrain April 16, 2006.
“Evaluation and Treatment of PTSD in Children” Joint Conference of the British Arab Psychiatric
Association and American Arab Psychiatric Associations in Bahrain April 16, 2006.
“Evaluation and Treatment of PTSD in Children” The First Annual Medical Conference of the
International Iraqi Medical Association; Dubai, UAE April 12, 2006.
“Doing Forensic Evaluations” The First Annual Medical Conference of the International Iraqi
Medical Association; Dubai, UAE April 12, 2006.
“Assessing and Treating Emotional Trauma” at International Academy of Law and Mental Health;
Paris July 2005.
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“Assessing Sexual Abuse Allegations” at International Academy of Law and Mental Health; Paris
“New Thoughts on Leadership Development” at Society of Human Resource Management annual
national meeting; San Diego June 20, 2005
“Dealing w. Toxic Managers” at NJ OD Network; Sharing Day; May 9, 2005
Problems in the Child Custody System on Dateline NBC April 15, 2005
“Group Dynamics and Decision Disasters” at annual meeting of In2In Thinking Network: Los
Angeles, April 9, 2005
“Assessment of Dangerousness” Hudson River Psychiatric Hospital February 2, 2005
“Improving the Quality of Evaluations for Sexual Abuse” Queens ACS lawyers; January 10, 2005.
“Improving the Quality of Child Custody Decisions ” The Second National Battered Mother's
Custody Conference; Albany; January 8, 2005.
"Evaluating Forensic Child Custody Evaluations” to Women’s Bar Association of the State of New
York; June 8, 2003; Brooklyn, NY.
“Assessing Dangerousness” Grand Rounds at Hudson River Psychiatric Center 4/7/04.
“Radical Islam in Europe: Ideological, Psychological and Political Foundations and Potential
Responses” invited presentation to Workshop on Radical Islam in Europe sponsored by CIA
Office of Russian and European Analysis; McLean, VA Dec 12, 2003.
“Rethinking the Role of Psychology in Understanding Terrorism” invited presentation to Psychology
of Terrorism Workshop sponsored by CIA Counterterrorism Center, Office of Terrorism
Analysis; McLean, VA Nov 21, 2003.
“Assessment and Treatment of Traumatized Children” Grand Rounds MSSM Pediatrics Nov 20,
“Phenomenology, Psychopathology and Treatment of Emotional Trauma” Grand Rounds Walter
Reed Army Hospital, Nov 19, 2003
“Assessment and Treatment of Traumatized Children” Grand Rounds Pediatrics Elmhurst Hospital
Nov 17, 2003
With John Kastan "Organization of Disaster Mental Health Services in Post 9/11 New York City"
Annual Meeting of APHA, San Francisco, November 15-19, 2003
“Doing Child Custody Evaluations” Bronx 18B Lawyers Retreat; Nov 2003.
“Parental Alienation Syndrome” Bronx 18B Lawyers Retreat; Nov 2003.
“Wide Ranging Impact of Emotional Trauma on Children”; William Allanson White Psychoanalytic
Institute Sept 25, 2003
“Violence in the Workplace” UPN 9, 7/25/03.
“Terrorism” Chair of Panel, International Society of Political Psychology; Boston July 8, 2003.
“Mind of the Modern Day Terrorist” Paper Panel on Understanding Terrorism at the International
Society of Political Psychology; Boston July 8, 2003.
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“Limiting the Trauma of Terrorism” Paper Panel on Political Violence and Trauma at the
International Society of Political Psychology Boston; July 8, 2003
“Children and Disasters” American Psychiatric Association, San Francisco, May 20, 2003.
“Treatment of Trauma” Grand Rounds, Hudson River Psychiatric Institute, April 23, 2003
“Evaluation and Treatment of Children After Disasters” at Families, Trauma and Forensic Psychiatry
Symposium at Walter Reed Army Hospital, April 16, 2003
“Children and Disasters” Maryland APA, April 9, 2003.
“Ethics in Psychiatry” Grand Rounds, Hudson River Psychiatric Institute, February 26, 2003
Chair of panel on “Biological and Chemical Terrorism” at John Jay College’s symposium on
Homeland Security After 9/11. January 23, 2003.
“Assessment and Treatment of Traumatized Children”, Children’s National Medical Center, Dec 11,
“Children's Needs and Obstacles to Meeting Them After Disasters”, LA Child Development Center.
November 23, 2002
“School Based Mental Health Screening” International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies
November 10, 2002
“Assessment of Traumatized Children and Adolescents” International Society of Traumatic Stress
Studies November 7, 2002
“Suicide and Suicide Prevention in Children and Adolescents” Safehorizon. Nov 5, 2002
“Fundamentalism and Terrorism” Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry November 1, 2002
Bereavement and Trauma: Assisting Adolescents After Loss, Covenant House, NYC October 25,
“Living With Uncertainty and Violence: Helping Youth Cope With Trauma” JBFCS Symposium.
Oct 7, 2002.
“Treatment of Emotional Trauma” Beth Israel Hospital, 3 half-day sessions in Sept. and Oct. 2002.
“Impact of 9/11” BBC Sept 12, 2002
“Long term impact of 9/11”, NPR Sept 8, 2002
“Recognizing Troubled Children” Private Schools (HALB and HAFTR) September 3, 2002.
“Recognizing Troubled Children” NYC School Nurses, August 27, 2002
“Coping with Stress in the Modern World” NY Life Insurance, August 22, 2002
“Ethics and Leadership” Brookings Institution, Washington DC July 30, 2002.
“Treatment of Children Who Lose Parents” Easthampton Camp. July 10, 2002
“Assessing the Impact Of 9/11 On Children in Schools” Meeting of NYC school psychiatrists and
supervising nurses. June 28, 2002
“Impact of WTC Disaster on Firefighters” CBS Evening News May 26, 2002
“Psychological Impact of Trauma” for Montclair NJ School District. May 16, 2002
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“Origins of Delinquent Behavior” at Update on Juvenile Delinquency for Society for Adolescent
Psychiatry. May 11, 2002
“Impact of Violence On Child Development and Remedial Strategies” at Conference on “Responding
to the crisis…Partnering for Violence Prevention” Summit Country Children Services. April 16,
“Terrorism, Trauma and Treatment Options” for the S. Michigan branch of the International Society
for the Study of Dissociation Annual Conference Livonia Michigan. April 12, 2002.
Public Radio WNYC: 20 minute interview on psychiatric impact of WTC Disaster, 1/18/02.
“Healing a Traumatized City”, invited speaker at the symposium on “The Trauma of Terror in
Children”, Dec 1, 2001 sponsored by the Southern California Society of Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry and the Southern California Psychiatric Society.
NY1 Television: 1 hour interview program on psychiatric impact of WTC Disaster, 12/19/01.
Disaster Recovery: Worked with CEOs and HR to help companies recover from Sept 11, 2001
disaster. Also gave presentations to groups of 5 to 170 workers: First American Title, NYC, Sept.
14; Costa Kondylis, NYC, Sept 14; Credit Lyonnais, NYC Sept 21; Financial Models, NYC, Sept
21; Coalition for the Homeless. Oct 3; Sadlier Publishing Oct 4; Queller, Fisher, Dienst Oct 10;
Village Voice, Oct 17; May Davis Investment Bank, Nov. 5; NY Life Nov 12; Jacqueline Onassis
H.S., Oct 19; PS 89, Nov 6; H.S. of Economics and Finance Nov 14, 2001.
“Juvenile Delinquency” invited speaker, Tri-State Forensic Psychiatry Review Course, 3/2/01.
Chairman of panel on "Political Psychology and War", annual meeting of the International Society of
Political Psychology, Washington, DC 6/21/85.
"Altered Metabolic States and Decision-Making", annual meeting of the International Society of
Political Psychology, Toronto 6/25/84.
Discussant on papers on the "Effects of Alcohol and Drugs on Leadership Behavior", annual meeting
of the International Society of Political Psychology, Toronto 6/27/84.
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2004-present Consultant to Association of the Bar of the City of NY Children and Law Committee
2007-present Consultant to Accountability Review Panel of NYC Administration for Children’s
2008-present Member of the Forensic Panel (forensic psychiatrists who peer review their cases)
2007-present Giveanhour-offering services to war veterans needing PTSD treatment
Disaster and Trauma Issues Committee of Am Acad of Child and Adolescent Psych
2006-present Dept of Child Psychiatry, NYU School of Medicine
2004-present Dept of Psychiatry, Mt Sinai School of Medicine
American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
NY State Interdisciplinary Forum on Mental Health and Family Law
2004-present Consultation Cadre of the School Mental Health Project of UCLA
2003-present Consortium for Research on Emotional Intelligence in Organizations
Senior Consultant on Psychoeducation and Program Development, Center for Social
and Emotional Education (www.csee.net)
Senior Researcher, Center on Terrorism and Public Safety. John Jay College, CUNY
Consultant to International Relations and Terrorism Committees of the Group for the
Advancement of Psychiatry
Manhattan Task Force to End Child Abuse and Domestic Violence
National Child Traumatic Stress Network
New York Times Consortium for Effective Trauma Treatment
Institute of Social and Behavioral Pathology, fellow.
American Psychiatric Association, member.
International Society of Political Psychology, member.
1982- present Yale Edward Zigler Center in Child Development and Social Policy
Harvard-MacArthur Scholar in International Security.
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ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE
Consulted to: Mitsubishi, Delta Airlines, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Morgan Stanley,
Sadlier Publishing, First American Title, Costa Kondylis, Credit Lyonnais, Financial
Models, Coalition for the Homeless.
Management consultant in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ Strategic and Organizational
Visiting Scholar at Columbia Business School, New York, NY.
Ph.D. in Political Science, GSAS, Harvard University, Cambridge.
Ph.D. dissertation on the role of learning and politics in organizational change.
Supervisor for residents in child psychiatry, NYU School of Medicine Department of
Supervisor for residents in child psychiatry and medical students at Mount Sinai
School of Medicine
Supervisor for residents in psychiatry at St. Vincent’s Hospital.
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Zicklin School of Business, New York, NY.
Taught course on Managerial and Leadership Skills in the MBA program.
Teaching fellow at Harvard University, for International Conflicts in the Modern
World, Ethics and International Relations, Europe After 1945, and The Stalin Era.
Teaching assistant at Columbia Business School, for Organizational Behavior and
Building the Learning Organization.