Roy Wilensky, Psy.D.

Roy Wilensky, PsyD

Phone: (571) 918-9235


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Dr. Wilensky is a clinical psychologist who conducts psychotherapy (ages 13 through geriatric), and psychological testing (ages six through geriatric). He also supervises pre-doctoral interns and postdoctoral residents. His psychotherapy integrates patient-centered, cognitive-behavioral, family systems, and experiential (clinical hypnosis; gestalt; mindfulness) approaches for mood disorders, anxiety, anger, psychotic disorders, and life-transition concerns. His psychological testing can help determine differential diagnosis and guide treatment planning for cognitive (intelligence, attention, memory), achievement, and emotion/personality-related concerns along with specialized issues including pre-surgical assessment, fitness for duty, and disability determination. Dr. Wilensky also evaluates asylum applicants, many on a pro-bono basis, who have a documented history of torture or other forms of oppression in their home countries.

Dr. Wilensky received his PsyD degree from the American School of Professional Psychology, Virginia Campus and a postdoctoral MS degree in clinical psychopharmacology from the California School of Professional Psychology, San Francisco. He was Chief Intern at the University of Utah Neuropsychiatric Institute and completed a post-doctoral residency with Forensic Health Services. He completed asylee evaluation training through Doctors of the World (now HealthRight International).

Dr. Wilensky has extensive experience in outpatient, inpatient, day treatment, crisis care, and correctional settings, and directed a program serving the homeless mentally ill. He also developed programs and gave public presentations on stress management under a federally funded grant following September 11 and related events, and he was part of a practice evaluating applicants for first-responder positions. He has served as an expert witness in court proceedings and taught in an APA approved doctoral program.