Dr. Sharone Gilbert is a Licensed Psychologist Pediatric Neuropsychologist with private practices in Manhattan and Long Island. She completed her undergraduate training at Brown University and obtained her doctoral degree at Yeshiva University. Dr. Gilbert completed her predoctoral internship and post-doctoral fellowship at the Rusk Institute for Rehabilitation Medicine at the NYU Langone Medical Center in New York. In addition to her center-based work, Dr. Gilbert has worked as a consulting neurospsychologist to neurologists, psychiatrists and pediatricians in Manhattan and in Long Island. Dr. Gilbert has participated in various studies assessing the course and treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in children. She co-led NIMH funded research studies at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and has reported on her results.
Dr. Gilbert has been in private practice for over ten years. She opened an office on Long Island in 2007 when she moved to the area with her husband and four children.

Dr. Gilbert is a member of the American Psychological Association, New York State Psychological Association, National Academy of Neuropsychology, Children and Adults with Attention Deficit and a consultant for the North Shore Child and Family Guidance Center.


I have come to believe that the evaluative process is far more than numbers and data collected as part of a series of tests administered. What I love most about assessment is that it is dynamic and interactive, a process by which a relationship evolves. The statistics simply serve to give credence and clarification to concerns often expressed by parents, teachers, therapists and those closed to the child.

As a mother myself, I understand the challenges of parenting a child who struggles and can sympathize with the experiences of parents who feel overwhelmed by problems that may face their children. I am sensitive to the daunting nature of the evaluative process and am particular in how I speak to parents about test results. It is my goal to be accessible during and after the evaluation is complete. Questions are always welcome and I take pride in ensuring that my findings are understood and put to good use.

I am of the lucky few who love what I do professionally. I am tireless in my efforts to build upon my knowledge base and always looking to develop my skills. Working with children is always exciting as each child is unique in his/her own way. I am constantly learning from the children and families with whom I work. My field of interests are limitless and it is with this enthusiasm that I approach each assessment.