Howard Mangel, Ed.D. is an experienced Counseling Psychologist and Neuropsychologist, who provides psychological consultations, evaluations and therapy to older teens and adults over 18 years old. He tests and treats people with a variety of brain-related conditions, such as Traumatic Brain Injuries, particularly Post-Concussion Syndrome and mild TBI. As well, he provides consultation and Neuropsychological evaluations of patients referred due to suspected dementias, and cognitive impairments due to brain aneurysms, Multiple Sclerosis, effects of chemotherapy on thinking and memory (sometimes called “chemobrain”), among others.
His experience in psychological treatment spans several specialties, such as work in college counseling centers; inpatient and outpatient medical rehabilitation centers in Edison and Lawrenceville; and private practice. He has consulted for the state division of vocational rehabilitation as well.
Dr. Mangel provides psychological consultation and individual treatment for anxiety, depression, stress management and adjustment issues. Dr. Mangel earned a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Rutgers University.
He has been active in professional organizations as a member and Past President of the NJ Neuropsychological Society; the Conference committee of the Brain Injury Alliance of NJ; and the NJ Psychological Association’s legislative action committee. He has also been a clinical supervisor of graduate students in psychology at Rutgers Graduate School of Professional Psychology, as well as providing Post-Doctoral supervision.