Dr. Bob DeYoung

Family and Trauma Counselor in Orange County, NY & Pike County, PA

Dr. Bob has extensive experience in both inpatient and outpatient modalities working with a diverse group of children, adolescence, adults and couples. Dr. Bob helped develop the Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program ( ASAP ) at Newton Memorial Hospital, and he was an Approved Supervisor with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. He has published numerous professional articles, as well as a book. He was a nationally known Forensic Psychologist and a certified Biofeedback Therapist ( BCIA ), as well as a licensed marriage and family therapist, licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor. He completed a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies ( CAGS ) in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) with the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2004. Dr. DeYoung continues to maintain a Mental Health License in both Pennsylvania and New York, as well as a credential in Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling in New York. He is also an OASAS approved provider for Impaired Driver assessment/screening. VIEW PHOTOS


DeYoung, R., (1989). Mobilizing resources for student assistance. Student Assistance Journal, March/April, 49-52.

DeYoung, R., (1998). Custody and investigation. The Custody Newsletter. Professional Academy of Custody Evaluators, Inc., Spring, 16, 17, 3-5.

DeYoung, R., (1999). Investigative hypnosis: Faking, fallacy and facts. The Forensic Examiner, 8, January/February, 20-22.

DeYoung, R., (2000). Third party information in forensic evaluations. Professional paper presented at Pennsylvania Psychological Association 2000 Convention, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

DeYoung, R., (2001). Critical incident support teams: Psychologists as law enforcement liaisons, presented at PPA 2001 Convention, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

DeYoung, R., (2004). The primary care psychologist. The Pennsylvania Psychologist, June, 1-5.

DeYoung, R., (2007). Running Guard. Poem published in Policepoems.com.

DeYoung, R., (2008). Bullet-proofing the mind: Applying S.I.T. to law enforcement. Law Officer, March, 38-40.

DeYoung, R., (2009). Going tactical with EMDR: A state of the art intervention. New York Tactical, Winter, 28-31.

DeYoung, R., (2009). Joe and the CEO: A common sense approach to changing your mind. Indiana: Authorhouse Publishing. (Available via Amazon.com, Borders, and Barnes & Nobles).

DeYoung, R. & DeYoung, N., (2009). O.B.S.I.T. for law enforcement: Training with results. New York Tactical, Summer, 27-29.

DeYoung, R. (2009). A single-case design implementing eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) with an ex-cult member. Cultic Studies Review, 8 (2), 139-153.

DeYoung, R., (2013). Exploring the long-term benefits of substance abuse screening: Screening tools can help make treatment more effective. Advances in Addiction and Recovery, Fall, 2 (3), 30-35.