Tulsa Knox, Psy.D.

Dr. Tulsa Knox is an experienced child psychologist with over 25 years of experience working with diverse client population that encompass a wide range of cultures, developmental ages and mental health issues.  She is mindfully compassionate licensed psychologist and utilizes mind-body approach in her work.  She has provided evidence based therapeutic services in numerous settings and has many years of experience working in the school system, as well as providing crisis intervention to children and their families. Having a unique opportunity to work both, in the private sector, as well as understanding the intricacies of the school system, Dr. Knox is able to provide practical and hands on advise to children and their families especially relating to behavior management and learning issues. She has worked as an Associate Professor in the graduate school of psychology and education for over 10 years and continues to hold a position as a School Psychologist in Greenwich, CT.

A passionate life-long student, she obtained a Doctor of Psychology degree in Applied Psychology from New York University Steinhardt School of Human Development and Education as well as a Master’s of Science degree in Education and an advanced certificate in school psychology from Brooklyn College.  She has a particular interest in neuropsychology and is currently completing a Post Doctorate Professional Program in Neuropsychology.

Dr. Knox has a broad-based understanding of the human condition that is grounded in the belief that each person has an innate capacity for self-determination and can consistently experience his/her personal best in all of life’s circumstances.  Her therapeutic approach starts with a “whole person” (cognitive, social, and developmental) assessment and in her work she utilizes cognitive-behavioral techniques (CBT).  She also explores the role that neuropsychology might play in responses to various situations. Her goal with every patient encounter is to find an organic solution-oriented therapy that facilitates insight and leads to long-lasting effective changes in behavior.