Robert I. Goldman, J.D., Psy.D
Dr. Robert Goldman is a licensed psychologist and attorney
with over 18 years of experience in combining law and psychology .
Dr. Goldman has previously served as a staff attorney within the Criminal Bureau for Suffolk County Legal Aid where he discovered his passion for uncovering the why of legal cases.
Upon beginning his practice, he was appointed to the Law Guardian Panel which inspired him to receive his Doctorate in School & Community Psychology from Hofstra University in order to help children.
Dr. Goldman worked as the Supervising Psychologist for the Suffolk County Probation Department and Suffolk County Mental Hygiene Services where he conducted court evaluations, provided
psychological treatment to community members and inmates, and developed multiple restorative justice programs.
Dr. Goldman has also lectured nationally on topics ranging from Restorative Justice, Educational Law, Forensic Evaluations and the Treatment of Anxiety and Depression among teens and adults. Dr. Goldman is also an author
and has been published in the Albany Law Review and the New York Law Journal.
Dr. Goldman is a member of the American Psychological Association, Suffolk County Criminal Bar Association
and the Suffolk County Bar Association. He is also the co-chair of the Neuroscience and Law Committee, and an adjunct professor at Hofstra University and St. Joseph’s College teaching Restorative Justice and various
Community Correction topics.
August Thilberg M.A., Forensic Mental Health Counselor
August Thilberg is a Mental Health Counselor specializing in forensics. She completed her B.A. in Criminal Justice and Psychology from
The State University at Albany, and her M.A. in Forensic Mental Health Counseling from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. A combination
of her experience at the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office and research performed at Kingsboro Psychiatric Center helped develop
her passion for Restorative Justice and more importantly, the healing profession.
Many of Augusts' specialties, but not all, include treating individuals dealing with Anxiety and Depression, Significant Life Changes, Behavior and Discipline Challenges, Anger and Stress Management, Family and Relationship Issues, Self-Image and Self-Esteem Issues, and Criminal Thinking and Behaviors. She provides services to Adolescents, Adults, Families, Couples and Groups.
Aside from her therapeutic focus, August assists in performing Court Ordered Forensic Evaluations, Parent Coordination and Therapeutic Visitation. Through Dr. Goldman's Restorative Solutions programs, she also aids in conducting mandated treatment to individuals in a group setting.