ABOUT DR. MACK
Dr. Mack obtained his Bachelors of Arts (B.A.) in Psychology from Amherst College in 1977 and his Master of Science (M.S.) in
Psychology from the American International College in 1979. Dr. Mack received his Doctor of Psychology (Psy.D.) in Clinical
Psychology at the APA-approved Virginia Consortium for Professional Psychology Program in 1983. He completed a fourth-year
specialization in Clinical Neuropsychology. His empirical dissertation was entitled “The Evaluation of a Computerized Cognitive
Stimulation Program for Older Adults with Dementia.” Dr. Mack had graduate fellowships at Eastern Virginia Medical School in the
fall of 1980 and 1982. He had a graduate fellowship at Norfolk State University in the fall of 1980 and the spring of 1981.
Dr. Mack completed his APA-approved predoctoral internship at the Irving Schwartz Institute for Children and Youth/Philadelphia
Psychiatric Center in 1982.
Dr. Mack became a Licensed Psychologist in Pennsylvania in 1986 and a Licensed Psychologist in New Jersey in 1987.
He is the President of Forensic Psychology & Neuropsychology Services, P.C. and the Director of Neuropsychology & Rehabilitation
Associates. Dr. Mack began the full-time private practice in 1989. He is a consulting neuropsychologist for the University
Medical Center at Princeton, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Mack currently supervises postdoctoral
fellows/residents in psychology and Neuropsychology and has previously supervised approximately 7 temporary permit
holders/psychology residents in the state of New Jersey to meet criteria for state licensure as a psychologist.
Dr. Mack was previously a Neuropsychologist for the Devereux Foundation from March 1984 until September 1985 and
St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center from September 1985 to December 1986. While at the Devereux Foundation, he taught
the Neuropsychology course for the predoctoral interns and postdoctoral fellows.
Dr. Mack was the Executive Director of Princeton Neuropsychology Center from December 1986 to December 1988 and the
Consulting Clinical Director and Neuropsychologist for Mentor Clinical Care, Inc., Head Trauma Program from 1991-1992.
He was a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Neurology, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School from 1989-1994, where he
also participated in research on the cognitive effects of Lyme Disease, and on the cognitive effects of Topamax and other
seizure medications and on the effects of AZT on AIDS dementia. Dr. Mack received intensive, individual neuropsychological
supervision with Steven Mattis, Ph.D., A.B.C.N. at New York Hospital, Westchester Division from October 1990 until August 1991.
Dr. Mack is a Diplomate of the American Board of Forensic Examiners and of the National Center for Crisis Management in
Collaboration with the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. Dr. Mack is a registrant of the National Register
of Health Service Providers in Psychology and a credentialed paying practitioner and Diplomat of the American Academy of Pain
Management. He is a Diplomate and Senior Analyst for the American Board of Disability Analysts. Dr. Mack holds professional
memberships with the National Academy of Neuropsychology, American Psychological Association, Divisions of Neuropsychology and
Private Practice, New Jersey Psychological Association, and the New Jersey Brain Injury Association.
Dr. Mack has consulted extensively in a number of government offices including the Office of the Federal Public Defender in
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Nevada, the Office of the Public Defender in New Jersey and various sections of the
Office of the Attorney General in New Jersey. Dr. Mack has been extensively retained as an expert by numerous private law
firms and insurance companies.
Dr. Mack has provided numerous presentations on a variety of forensic and neuropsychological topics to multiple audiences
including the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, the Office of the Federal Defender, the National Institute of Trial
Advocacy, the Pennsylvania Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, the University Medical Center at Princeton, the New Jersey
Neuropsychological Society and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital.
Dr. Mack's Curriculum Vitae is available upon request