About Dr. Fredric Neuman
“For a long time, I have practiced psychiatry full-time. For much of that time, I have written novels full-time, leaving barely enough time to be a full-time husband, parent, teacher, etc. Time expands. I usually recommend that patients go in as many directions as possible simultaneously. If they wait for something to happen before doing something else, usually nothing gets done, and nothing happens.”
– Dr. Neuman
Fred Neuman, M.D., was the Director of the Anxiety and Phobia Treatment Center. After serving as Associate Director for 21 years, Dr. Neuman assumed the directorship in 1994. Educated at Princeton University and the NYU College of Medicine, Dr. Neuman specialized in treating anxiety disorders.
He is the author of the following books: Caring: Home Treatment for the Emotionally Disturbed, Fighting Fear: An Eight Week Guide to Treating Your Own Phobias, Worried Sick?: The Exaggerated Fear of Physical Illness and Worried Sick? The Workbook. Dr. Neuman is also the author of numerous magazine and newspaper articles on the efficacy of Cognitive/Behavioral Therapy for treating anxiety disorders. Dr. Neuman was a member of the American Psychiatric Society, The American Association for the Advancement of Science, and the New York Academy of Science.