Dr. Angela Mullane is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in New York. She earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1992. She earned her Master’s in Social Work in 1998 from New York University and earned her Doctorate in Social Work from Rutgers University in 2020.
Dr. Mullane began her career working with children dually diagnosed with a developmental disability and psychiatric diagnosis under the auspices of The Administration for Children Services (ACS) and the NYS Office for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD). Dr. Mullane worked in Early Intervention for ten years with children birth to three and their parents providing both Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and parent training, respectively. For the past 18 years, Dr. Mullane been in private practice in Staten Island, founding The Therapy Zone in 2012. Throughout the last 24 years, Dr. Mullane has worked with hundreds of children and their families, providing counseling services, psychoeducation, and concrete services. She has mentored and supervised countless clinicians and hopes to spark a commitment to growth and a spirit of service in future therapists.
Dr. Mullane has a specialized interest in working with children and families. Her research focus is on biological conditions that present with neuropsychiatric symptoms. She has developed a website for families with children diagnosed with PANDAS (https://amullane1123.wixsite.com/mysite). Dr. Mullane has also developed a curriculum for adapting cognitive behavior therapy techniques to treat children aged 3-13, which is currently used at The Therapy Zone. Additionally, Dr. Mullane is a part time lecturer at Rutgers University School of Social Work undergraduate and graduate programs.
Dr. Mullane believes that psychotherapists work in service to their clients, and that an approach of unconditional positive regard is essential in forming relationships and promoting change and healing in those who seek our help.
Dr. Mullane is available for consultations for new families and existing clients.
Doctorate of Social Work
State University of New York at Buffalo
New York University
Master's Social Work