About Us

Our team firmly believes that establishing a healthy rapport is the foundation to any successful relationship.

Our Practice

Welcome to the Center for Neuropsychology and Psychotherapy. We offer a variety of therapeutic services in an ethical, nurturing, and supportive manner. As a team, we firmly believe that establishing a healthy rapport is the foundation to any successful relationship and we make every effort to provide you with a warm, friendly and welcoming environment.

Meet Dr. Melissa Fiorito-Grafman

Dr. Melissa Fiorito-Grafman is a licensed neuropsychologist who received her Doctorate of Philosophy in Counseling Psychology from Seton Hall University. Following her academic career, Dr. Grafman completed her APA accredited residency-training program at New York University Langone Medical Center-The Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine.

Dr. Grafman’s education and training is unique in that she has expertise working with those of all ages at the individual and group therapy level, as well as providing psycho-educational and neuropsychological evaluations. For over a decade, Dr. Grafman has obtained relevant clinical training at a number of prestigious training sites such as Bellevue Hospital Center, New York University Langone Medical Center, and Hackensack University Medical Center.

Dr. Grafman’s other passions include holistic healing, Neurolinguistic programming, shamanic medicine & spiritual uplifting. Moving forward she is looking forward to taking a part in public speaking and continuing to grow and help individuals on a daily basis.

Featured Articles

The Center for Neuropsychology & Psychotherapy, LLC has been featured in (201) Magazine

Understanding Mood Disorders

(201) Magazine, February / March 2017

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Testing 1,2,3 - College Standardized Test Accommodations for Children with Learning Disabilities

(201) Family, August 2015

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Screen Time - The Pros and Cons of Social Media and Special Needs Children

(201) Family's Special Parent, 2017

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20 People to Watch in Health

(201) The Health Issue, January 2016

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