- Ph.D., The Graduate Center, The City University of New York, Neuropsychology Program, Clinical Track
- B.A., University of Massachusetts, Psychology and Linguistics
Dr. Pick joined the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at Gallaudet University in 2009. Previously he taught in the Department of Psychology at Queens College, CUNY and worked at the Mill Neck Manor School for the Deaf. Dr. Pick's primary research program focuses on cognitive (e.g., language) and affective processes in deaf and hard of hearing people. He also collaborates with colleagues on the development of community education and health care training programs for deaf and deafblind people. He is a reviewer for the Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education and the Journal of the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association, as well as journals and grant agencies in the areas of behavioral neuroscience and clinical neuropsychology. Dr. Pick was a recent member of the Committee on Disability Issues in Psychology (American Psychological Association).
Current Graduate Students
Current Research Projects
Selected Publications & Presentations
Behavioral neuroscience; Clinical neuropsychology (lifespan with a focus in pediatrics); Deafblind people; Individual psychotherapy for linguistically- and culturally-diverse populations; Neurological and developmental disorders; Neuropsychological and forensic evaluation
Dr. Pick maintains an independent practice providing assessment, as well as individual and family psychotherapy.
Licensed Psychologist: District of Columbia, New York, and Virginia
Certified School Psychologist: New York