Shlomo has taught psychology courses at a variety of colleges and universities, including American Intercontinental University, Baker College, Touro College, and Mercy College. Along with teaching psychology, he was also an advisor and mentor to students. He has served as a psychologist at many institutions, including White Plains Hospital, Carmel Psychological Associates, Maron Psychological, Ohel Family and Children Services, and New York University Medical Center. He specialized in conducting psychological/neuropsychological evaluations of children and adults as well as psychotherapy.
“Psychological Sequela of Epilepsy” Staff meeting presentation
“Traumatic Brain Injury in Children and Adults” Staff meeting presentation
“Current Ramifications of the Flynn Effect” Staff meeting presentation
“The role of a neuropsychological evaluation in the diagnosis and remediation of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.” CHADD of Westchester, White Plains Hospital
“Tuberous Sclerosis – neuropsychological ramifications” New York University Medical Center Weekly Neuropsychology Conference