I am Dr. Ronald Newman, PhD.

I am a Psychologist based in Southern New Jersey.

My goal is to provide compassionate care to my clients, seeking to speak wisdom and truth into their lives in practical ways that help promote emotional healing and hope.

I hope to share some wisdom I have gained from my 39 years in practice with you.



  • Anxiety
  • Coping Skills
  • Depression
  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Treatment Approach

  • Christian Counseling
  • Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
  • Eclectic
  • Family / Marital
  • Integrative
  • Interpersonal
  • Mindfulness-based (MBCT)
  • Psychodynamic
  • Relational
  • Spiritual/Faith integrated approach

Teaching Experiences

I’ve conducted hundreds of workshops, seminars, and courses for community and religious organizations on various topics, including Finding Balance in Parenting, Dealing with Addictions, a Transformational Coping Model for Managing Stress, Family Enrichment and Communication, Developing a Healthy Self-Concept/Biblical Self-Esteem, Lay Counselor Training, Finding Balance in our View of Homosexuality, etc.

I’ve taken annual mission trips to Latin America (Peru, Venezuela, Argentina, Chile, and Ecuador in the past) to teach at conferences and schools since 1993.

I’ve taught courses for twelve years at the Urban Bible Training Center in Atlantic City, NJ, including courses on Ethics, Biblical Counseling, Marital Counseling, and Leadership.

I’ve participated in numerous radio and television interviews in the USA and in Latin America.

What to Expect

When you arrive, you can park in front of the building. Come in through the main entrance (there is no secretary to answer the door), and have a seat on the couch.  For your first appointment, look for a clipboard with a green sheet of paper on top.  These are your intake papers which include clinical questionnaires and typical consent forms for psychology practices.  Your appointment will be for one hour (face to face), but you will be instructed to come one hour early to adequately complete the questionnaires and other paperwork.

I will come out to meet you and bring you into my office at the scheduled time. The first appointment is considered an assessment or intake interview, and it is a time to get acquainted with one another. I typically go through many assessment questions to learn as much as possible about your background, areas of stress in your life, and the problems for which you are seeking my assistance. I will formulate my treatment plan by the end of this session.