Susan's credentials:
Susan Greenberg is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a
Psychoanalytic
Psychotherapist who maintains a private practice in
Manhattan
and Mount Kisco, NY.  Susan received her Masters Degree in
Social Work from Columbia University.  She has attained a Post-Graduate
Certification in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy from the National Institute
for the Psychotherapies in Manhattan.
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914-837-0928
51 E. 42nd St. Suite 1400
New York, NY 10017
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153 Main St. Suite G
Mount Kisco, NY 10549
Susan's professional experience:
After receiving her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Columbia
University, Susan served as a therapist on staff at several social services
organizations.  These experiences provide the foundation for Susan’s
clinical expertise.  

  • As a member of a crisis intervention team Susan provided
    psychotherapy and support services to families who had a family
    member diagnosed with a developmental disability.
  • As a clinician at a psychiatric rehabilitation program serving adults
    diagnosed with a mental illness, Susan helped these individuals
    understand and cope with their mental illness.  She also assisted them in
    setting and achieving educational, occupation and socialization goals.
  • Susan has worked extensively with adolescents in residential placement,
    where she provided individual psychotherapy focused on depression,
    social anxiety, past abuse and traumatic experiences.
  • Susan has maintained her private practice for individual and group
    therapy since 2004.  
Susan's private practice:
In her private practice, Susan works with individuals who struggle with
anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and traumatic histories.
In addition, she specializes in working with new mothers, individually and
in group, where she focuses on the stresses and challenges associated with
motherhood. Susan also has expertise in providing psychotherapy to
individuals who have a family member who is diagnosed with mental
retardation/developmental disability, as well as individuals with a family
member diagnosed with a mental illness.