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Psychotherapy and Training Collective of New York
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judith s. zorfas, lcsw

PTCNY
CEU-Approved Courses


Mary Anne Cohen, LCSW, to lead a 3 CE credit course on June 12, 2018:

Treating the Eating Disorder Self: When Trusting Food is Safer than Trusting People
Click here to read more about this course.


Brigitte Lifschitz, LCSW, to lead a 3 CE credit course on April 22, 2018:

Using Hypnosis to Heal Trauma From Early Childhood
Click here to read more about this course.



Attention readers:
We have added a new feature to some of our articles — a Comments section for readers to record their thoughts or questions.

We hope you find this addition both useful and engaging.


The Psychotherapy & Training Collective of New York is an alliance of highly trained, licensed and experienced psychotherapists dedicated to helping individuals, couples, families, groups and organizations cope with a wide range of mental health issues. We offer a central site to help you search for the right psychotherapist for your needs.

For our professional colleagues, we have an extensive list of supervisors.

The Psychotherapy and Training Collective of NY is very pleased to announce that our membership is now open to all licensed mental health professionals.
Please contact Executive Director Judith Gringorten at judithgringorten@gmail.com for more information.






august, 2018

announcements

Robin S. Halpern Art Exhibition

Workshop for Adoptive Parents: May 9, 2018
Stepping Into Your Adolescent's Shoes
Presented by
Phyllis Lowinger, LCSW

NYU School of Social Work - 3 CEU credit workshop:
Treating the Eating Disorder Self: When Trusting Food is Safer than Trusting People

Presented by Mary Anne Cohen, LCSW, BCD

Using Hypnosis to Heal Trauma From Early Childhood
Presented by Brigitte Lifschitz, LCSW

The Journey from Infertility to Alternative Family Building Options
Presented by Phyllis Lowinger, LCSW

Seminar: Treating Performance Anxiety
Presented by Judith Grosz, LCSW

Queer Minds: An LGBTQ-Focused Introduction to DBT Skills
Submitted by Jeremy Schwartz, LCSW

The Journey from Infertility to Adoption
Submitted by Phyllis Lowinger, LCSW, MS, ACSW

articles &...   

Reframing "Mommy Brain" - The New York Times
Submitted by Robin Halpern, LCSW, DCSW



We are pleased to present the following articles as a 3-part series and are also pleased to announce that a new feature, Reader's Comments, will be available at the end of each installment.

We look forward to a lively discussion.


Exercise Addiction
By
Mary Anne Cohen, LCSW, BCD
Reader comments on this article are invited.

Frozen Grief and Emotional Eating:    Part 3 of a 3-part series.
By
Mary Anne Cohen, LCSW, BCD
Reader comments on this and all installments are invited.

Frozen Grief and Emotional Eating:    Part 2 of a 3-part series.
By
Mary Anne Cohen, LCSW, BCD
Reader comments on this and all installments are invited.

Frozen Grief and Emotional Eating:    Part I of a 3-part series.
By
Mary Anne Cohen, LCSW, BCD
Reader comments on this and all installments are invited.

Transitioning From College to Work and Young-adulthood for the Twice-exceptional Individual
by Benjamin Meyer, LCSW

The "Benefit" of an Eating Disorder
By Mary Anne Cohen, LCSW, BCD
Director – The New York Center for Eating Disorders

Depression Breakthrough:
Blood Test Predicts Correct Treatment

Submitted by:  Robin Halpern, LCSW, DCSW

When the Disasters Keep Happening;
Tips for Doing More Than Surviving

By:  Dr. Susan Pinco, LCSW

What Does Adoption Have to Teach the World of Assisted Reproductive Technology
By:  Wendy Freund, MSEd., LCSW

PTSD and Treatment Decision
By:  Judith Gringorten, LCSWR, ACSW, DCSW

Grieving Patient's My Friend
By:  Galit Atlas
Submitted by:  Laura Impert, LCSW

Dating Success: Strategies for Using Your Strengths with NVLD
by Benjamin Meyer, LCSW

Services that Help: Preparing Young Adults with NVLD for the Workforce
by Benjamin Meyer, LCSW

4 Ways To Help Your Anxious Learning-Disabled Child Succeed In School
by Benjamin Meyer, LCSW

Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person
The New York Times submitted by Gerald G. Gersh, LCSW, BCD

What Is Neurofeedback?
by Judith S. Zorfas, LCSW

Your Body Speaks
by Marilyn Sulzbacker, LCSW, DCSW, BCD

Sex And Relationship Therapy: Trending Topics
Submitted by Robin Halpern, LCSW, DCSW

15 Things Therapists Actually Want You To Know
Submitted by Gerald G. Gersh, LCSW, BCD

The Use of Atypical Antipsychotics in Children
by Brigitte E. Lifschitz, LCSW

Dread and Worry 101
by Laura Impert, LCSW

Inside Out
by Marilyn Sulzbacker, LCSW, BCD, CGP

Guided Imagery:
How It Can Positively Affect Your Emotional and Physical Health,
Creativity and Performance, and Spirituality

by Marilyn Sulzbacker, LCSW, BCD, CGP

Science Says Lasting Relationships Come Down To Two Basic Traits
Submitted by Gerald G. Gersh, LCSW, BCD


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