A member of the Massler Center for Psychological Wellness, P.C. since 2011, Dr. Bryan M. Niederman empowers the children, adults, and families with whom he works. Dr. Niederman facilitates positive life transformation and evolution through the development of strong, supportive therapeutic alliances, encouragement, and psychological intervention. Although he possesses extensive clinical experience, his greatest expertise is in the areas of psychological and psychoeducational assessment and specialized treatment for those suffering from anxiety disorders. Dr. Niederman is also experienced in the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and 504 processes, with experience and perspective as a special and general education instructor and advocate for children requiring special services. Dr. Niederman combines his knowledge, experience, and inherent ability to form compassionate relationships with others to deliver superior service to his clients. Earning a Doctorate in Psychology with a specialization in Clinical Psychology in 2013, Dr. Niederman graduated with a 4.0 GPA, was recognized as a distinguished top-performer by the Golden Key International Honour Society in 2013, and was inducted into the Psi Chi International Honor Society in Psychology in 2010. Dr. Niederman’s doctoral research examined the role of social identity complexity, multiple social group identifications, and cross-cutting group membership awareness on the reduction of prejudice and bias in the agenda for acceptance for all. Dr. Niederman was invited to and presented his research findings at the 2013 Walden University Research Symposium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. In addition to a Doctorate in Psychology, Dr. Niederman also possesses a Master’s of Science in Psychology, a Post-Baccalaureate in Elementary Education, and a Bachelor’s in Psychology. A passionate professional, Dr. Niederman holds membership with the New Jersey Psychological Association (NJPA).