Dr. Chriscelyn Tussey

 is a Board-Certified Forensic Psychologist through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). In addition to being one of a small group of forensic psychologists in the United States with this distinction, she is one of far fewer psychologists who has completed a postdoctoral fellowship in forensic psychology and a separate fellowship in clinical neuropsychology. Thus, she is also a Clinical Neuropsychologist. Dr. Tussey's dual training makes her uniquely qualified to work with a vast array of civil, criminal, and clinical cases. Read more...



We are conveniently located in the Flatiron District of Manhattan, easily accessible to public transportation, parking, dining, and Madison Square Park.  


99 Madison Ave., Suite 407

At 29th and Madison

New York, NY, 10016



Car or Taxi  

We are accessible from the 34th street or 42nd street exits off the FDR drive or crosstown from the Lincoln Tunnel.

Public Transportation

We are close to the 6 train, as well as Penn Station.  Crosstown, uptown, and downtown bus stops are also nearby. 


The closest airport is LaGuardia, which is a 25-45 minute taxi ride away, depending on traffic.  John F. Kennedy airport is  35-55 minutes away, and Newark Airport is 45-65 minutes away.


There are several parking garages in the area as well as metered street parking.


Contact Us

 MFNC offers a variety of assessment, therapeutic, and consultative services for children, adolescents, and adults nationwide. In addition to what is listed above, we may be able to provide services uniquely tailored to meet your needs. Please complete the form below or contact us via telephone or email to schedule a brief, complimentary consultation to determine how we can be most helpful. We look forward to connecting with you.

Email: info@metroforensicneuropsych.com

Office: 646-481-0560

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Notable Works


Tussey, C. (2018). Mitigating effects of age-related issues on sentencing & housing placements. In A. Heck and S. Bush (Eds.), Forensic Geropsychology: Practice Essentials. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Silver, C., Benitez, A., Armstrong, K., & Tussey, C. (2018). Voices of leadership: Wisdom from women leaders in Neuropsychology. The Clinical Neuropsychologist.

Sachs, B., Benitez, A., Gooding, A., Schaefer, L.A., Sim, A., Tussey, C., & Shear, P. (2018). Women’s leadership in neuropsychology: Historical persppectives, present trends, and future directions. The Clinical Neuropsychologist.


Tussey, C., B., & Caillouet, B., & Richards, P. (2017). Assessment of psychiatric disorders in forensic neuropsychological evaluations. In S. Bush, G. Demakis, & M. Rohling (Eds.) Handbook of Forensic Neuropsychology. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.


Tussey, C., Marcopulos, B., & Bush, S. (2015). Evolving roles, innovative practice, and rapid technology growth: Remaining ethical in modern clinical neuropsychology. Psychological Injury and Law, 4, 281-288.

Richards, P., Geiger, J., & Tussey, C. (2015). The dirty dozen: 12 sources of bias in forensic neuropsychology with ways to mitigate. Psychological Injury and Law, 4, 265-280.


Marcopulos, B., Caillouet, B., Bailey, C., Tussey, C., Kent, J., & Frederick, R. (2014). Clinical decision making in response to PVT failure in a psychiatric setting. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 28, 633-652.


Tussey, C., Marcopulos, B., & Caillouet, B. (2013). Neuropsychological evaluation of competency in criminal forensic contexts. Psychological Injury and Law, 6, 31-40