Dr. Buglione graduated from Dartmouth College and earned his PhD from Fordham University's graduate training program in clinical psychology, accredited by the American Psychological Association. He has been in independent clinical practice for 27 years and is a member in good standing with the American Psychological Association and New York State Psychological Association. He is fully certified and licensed to practice in the State of New York.
His continuing education credits include a post-graduate certificate in marriage and family psychotherapy through the Family Institute of Westchester, accredited by the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. His special interests are couples' interaction patterns and transgenerational family dynamics. He also has had extensive training and continuing education in the use of psychological, educational, and neuropsychological tests in evaluating a wide range of diagnostic questions.
Dr. Buglione currently holds adjunct faculty appointments at New York Medical College and St. Joseph's Seminary in New York. As an adjunct professor of psychology at Fordham University from 2005-2010 he taught university courses in Family Psychology, Multicultural Issues in Psychology, Psychology of Aging, and Research Methods in Psychology.
In his career Dr. Buglione has worked in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings with both children and adult clients. As a senior psychologist he has been responsible for supervising the clinical work of junior staff members towards the state licensure requirement.