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Practicing Psychologist Dr. Michael Civin

January 18, 2017
Though he has been practicing medicine for more than 28 years, Dr. Michael A Civin realized a long time ago that he needed a great education to get where he wanted to be. To begin with, he earned an A.B. degree from Harvard, with cum laude honors in 1968. He followed that by attending the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1968 and 1969 and he earned his first Masters of Arts degree in 1970 from the University of Oregon. Michael A. Civin earned another Masters of Arts degree, in Clinical Psychology, from Adelphi University’s Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies. He officially became Michael A. Civin, Ph.D. when he earned his medical degree from the same institution in 1988. Then, Adelphi awarded him a Postdoctoral Certificate in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in 1993.

In reality, Dr. Michael A. Civin has always sought to pursue a full education in psychology and he has spent a lot of time in the academic world, as well as in private practice. At various times, he has served as a full professor, associate professor, or even as a faculty member in a number of institutions of higher learning. A great many of his scholarly articles have been published in medical journals and as chapters in very important books on psychology.

These days, Dr. Michael Civin works as a clinical psychologist with nearly 30 years' experience as a doctor under his belt. He currently serves as a senior psychologist at Rose Hill Psychological Services in the Bronx, in New York City, a firm he co-founded in 2008. While he primarily works from Rose Hill, he also runs a private practice in other parts of New York City, including Manhattan, Astoria, and Bayville, which he has done since 2007.
Michael Civin PhD attended Harvard College and graduated in 1968 with his A.B. degree. Not only did he graduate from this prestigious college, he graduated with cum laude honors. After that, he attended Albert Einstein College of Medicine from 1968-1969 followed by The University of Oregon which was where he earned his Masters of Arts degree in 1970.