TKC Team

The Kahane Center's team is dedicated to meaningful change. We are committed to providing innovative and comprehensive evidence-based mental health and learning services to help children, adolescents, and adults embrace their strengths and grow their emotional and social well-being. We work together as a team to integrate care. We support one another and the families we help, to create an environment that nurtures and nourishes growth.

We offer in person services at our offices in Englewood, NJ, and New York City, as well as telehealth to patients living in New York, New Jersey, and Florida.

TKC Team

The Kahane Center's team is dedicated to meaningful change. We are committed to providing innovative and comprehensive evidence-based mental health and learning services to help children, adolescents, and adults embrace their strengths and grow their emotional and social well-being. We work together as a team to integrate care. We support one another and the families we help, to create an environment that nurtures and nourishes growth.

We offer in person services at our offices in Englewood, NJ, and New York City, as well as telehealth to patients living in New York, New Jersey, and Florida.

Dr. Tamar Z. Kahane is the founder and clinical director of The Kahane Center, LLC an integrated mental health center providing comprehensive psychological and neuro-psychological services. She is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been successfully treating adults, families, adolescents and children for over 25 years.  Dr. Kahane trained at the Kennedy Center of Albert Einstein Hospital and at St. Luke’s - Roosevelt Hospital after receiving her doctorate from Ferkauf School of Graduate Psychology of Yeshiva University and her BA from Barnard College of Columbia University. Prior to founding the Center, Dr Kahane served as the senior psychologist in a private school in Bergen County. Dr. Kahane is an expert and clinical pioneer in the field of social cognition, social skills groups, and has a sub-specialty in executive functioning. She has extensive experience  treating depression, anxiety, OCD, ADD, ASD, as well many other disorders. Dr. Kahane supervises and trains psychologists and other mental health professionals both at the Center and in other settings. She also trains teachers to help them become increasingly more effective in the classroom. She has developed a unique SEL (Social Emotional Learning)/ Executive Functioning curriculum (The POWER Program) that is being piloted in multiple public and private schools. Dr. Kahane also lectures regularly to parent groups and is a big proponent of integrating parents into their children’s treatment and providing them with effective tools and strategies. Dr. Kahane has appeared on national television as a clinical expert in ASD and is a frequently sought after psychological thought leader in the media.
Dr. Erica Pepose is a licensed psychologist who specializes in treating young children and adolescents. Dr. Pepose graduated from Pace University with a Doctor of Psychology degree in Clinical-School Child Psychology. Dr. Pepose’s dissertation entitled, “Parenting Stress in the Dyad: Associations Among Parenting Stress, Parent Role Perceptions, Infant Temperament, and Mother-Infant Emotional Availability” explored the relationship between mother-infant interactions and levels of parenting stress. She completed her doctoral internship and post-doctoral training at the YCS Institute for Infant and Preschool Mental Health. In addition, Dr. Pepose has completed a post-graduate certificate program in Infant-Parent Mental Health at the University of Massachusetts, Boston Campus. Dr. Pepose specializes in the areas of infant and early childhood mental health. She has received training in two evidence-based parenting programs, Circle of Security® and The Incredible Years®. At The Kahane Center, Dr. Pepose’s clinical work focuses on providing prevention and early intervention to families with infants, young children, and adolescents in a variety of modalities including individual play therapy, dyadic therapy, and group therapy. In addition, she provides clinical supervision to other psychologists at The Center. Dr. Pepose believes that optimal functioning and resilience occurs within the context of relationships and family.
Dr. Mark Johnson is a licensed psychologist/neuropsychologist specializing in psycho-educational, psychological and neuropsychological assessments, and cognitive remediation. He is a graduate of New York University’s Steinhardt School of Education, Culture and Human Development and has over twenty-five years of experience conducting evaluations in the fields of rehabilitation and neuropsychology. Dr. Johnson was a pre-doctoral fellow at the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine at NYU/Langone Medical Center and completed post-doctoral training in neuropsychology at NYU’s Brain Injury Day Treatment Program. He is an Assistant Professor of Applied Psychology in the Department of Applied Psychology at New York University and teaches graduate level courses in assessment, development, neuropsychology, and substance use. At The Kahane Center, Dr. Johnson specializes in the evaluation of adolescents and adults with a variety of developmental and learning (ASD, PDD, LD), medical (acute and chronic medical conditions), neuropsychological (brain injury, concussion, stroke, dementia), and psychiatric conditions. Evaluations assist in school/university placement, vocational training, and facilitating treatment plans that optimize safety and quality of life.
Dr. Lindsey Greenfield is a licensed psychologist specializing in neuropsychological evaluations.  She graduated from Pace University with a Doctor of Psychology degree in School-Clinical Child Psychology. During this program, Dr. Greenfield received extensive training in neuropsychological assessment including diagnosis, and treatment of cognitive, academic, developmental, psychological, and neuropsychological disorders in individuals throughout the lifespan. Dr. Greenfield has also received clinical training in individual, family, and group therapy using a CBT/DBT based approach. Additionally, she conducted psychological evaluations for adolescents admitted to the inpatient unit at the hospital. Dr. Greenfield completed her pre-doctoral internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Youth Consultation Services with a focus on working with families and adolescents. Most recently, Dr. Greenfield has had extensive experience working for a multidisciplinary medical practice conducting comprehensive neuropsychological evaluations for children and adolescents.  At The Kahane Center, Dr. Greenfield focuses on providing comprehensive and individualized neuropsychological assessments and provides feedback and consultation to families and schools that are informed by her background in clinical work.  In addition to neuropsychological evaluations, Dr. Greenfield also provides individual and family therapy, treating disorders including ADHD, depression, anxiety and other behavioral issues and collaborates with families, schools, and other providers in order to help children succeed and reach their full potential.
Dr. Chinwe Idigo graduated from the University of Louisville in 2020 with a Ph.D. in counseling psychology. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at Rutgers University Behavioral Healthcare in Newark, NJ, and worked for Bergen County’s Division of Family Guidance following her internship. In her clinical work, Dr. Idigo, utilizes a strength-based developmental approach to empower adults, adolescents, couples, and families to strengthen relational skills and empower them to cultivate a life that is emotionally healthy and fulfilling. Dr. Idigo draws from a variety of theoretical approaches including psychodynamic, client-centered, ACT, and CBT to encourage clients to reach their goals. Dr. Idigo treats a variety of disorders and specifically has extensive training working with clients struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, perfectionism, personality dysfunction, behavioral issues, and interpersonal difficulties. She is trained in providing psychological assessments for diagnostic and clinical clarification as well as court-ordered psychological assessments. Dr. Idigo also has experience facilitating therapy groups to address specific clinical issues, such as anger-management, women’s issues, interpersonal skills group, and emotional regulation skills. She was the recipient of the American Psychological Association/2019 Award for Distinguished Graduate Student in Professional Psychology.
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Stephanie Rosenblum

PHD, NCSP
[email protected]
(201) 894-9011 ext. 6
Dr. Stephanie Rosenblum is a nationally certified school psychologist. She received her Ph.D. in educational psychology, with a specialization in school psychology, from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in August 2014. She completed her internship in the Newark Public Schools in Newark, New Jersey and currently works as a school psychologist for a school in Bergen County. Dr. Rosenblum’s clinical interests include psychoeducational evaluations, self-regulation strategies, promoting inclusion, social skills interventions, and cognitive-behavior therapy. Dr. Rosenblum has experience in supporting academic achievement, emotional regulation, executive functioning, and social skill development for students with autism, cognitive impairments, mood disorders, anxiety, hearing impairments, ADHD, and more. At The Kahane Center, Dr Rosenblum provides one-on-one POWER coaching helping children, adolescents and adults overcome executive functioning challenges.
Esther Jung has worked with students for approximately 20 years, as a teacher, a tutor, and a mentor/student coach. Esther graduated Smith College with a B.A. in Education and received her M.A. in International Affairs from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs where she concentrated in international education policy and management. She is a recipient of two Fulbright scholarships teaching English to middle school students in rural South Korea and working in the Office of the Assistant Director General of Education on global education campaigns at UNESCO Headquarter in France. For the past 20+ years, Esther has tutored hundreds of K-12 students in math, reading, and writing and has also coached students through standardized tests and the college application process. She has also facilitated academic debates around current events in student group settings to enhance public speaking, critical thinking, and relationship diplomacy skills. Currently Esther is completing her second Master’s in Mental Health Counseling integrating the biopsychosocial and emotional components with her work with students which she believes is fundamental for full human development. At The Kahane Center, Esther provides learning support as well as POWERS coaching to students of all ages.
Jess is the Operations Manager/Administrative Assistant at The Kahane Center. She graduated from Cornell University with a B.A. in Agricultural Resources and Managerial Economics. Earlier in her career, she worked in human resources, staffing, and project management in the marketing arena. Throughout her life, Jess has been a leader in various areas within her community including the local schools, her family church, and the Korean-American community. She's worked with youth of all different ages and has always been passionate about counseling, mentorship, and human connections. At The Kahane Center, Jess handles general operations, office management, human resources, business development, billing, staff support, and much more to keep things running smoothly for both our team and our TKC families.
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