MEMBERSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS
- American Psychological Association
- American Association of Psychoanalytic Clinical Social Work
- New York Society of Clinical Social Workers
- Western Massachusetts and Albany Alliance for Psychoanalytic Psychology
- Professor, City University of New York
- Adjunct Professor, Smith College
- Postgraduate Psychoanalytic Society, NYC
- Chinese American Psychoanalytic Alliance
- International Federation of Psychoanalytic Societies
Individuals and Couples, Adults only
Methods: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, CBT, DBT, Trauma-informed Treatment, Addiction Therapy, Acute and Chronic problems
Collaborations as needed: Testing, Group Therapy, Family Therapy, Medication Management
Finances and Scheduling: I am an authorized out of network provider for all insurances, licensed in New York and Massachusetts. Specific benefits depend on plan. If you travel for work, scheduling arrangements can be made.
Fees: Sliding scale for students and psychoanalysis training fellows
- Training Analyst, Postgraduate Psychoanalytic Society
- Professor of Clinical Practice, Human Development, and Relational Therapy (City University of New York: Hunter College Masters of Social Work).
- Adjunct Professor of Advanced Clinical Theory and Practice (Smith College PhD in Social Work).
- Adjunct Instructor in Ego Psychology, (Si Chuan He Guang Clinical Psychology Institute)
- Presenter at national conferences on the application of psychodynamic psychotherapy to specific populations (trauma survivors, addicts, divorced and reconstituted families, challenged parents)
- Senior Supervisor: Postgraduate Psychoanalytic Institute, New York
- Recovery of well-being, effective functioning, and enjoyment of life are the goals of my practice.
- Intimate partners: inescapable collisions & frustrations.
- Recovery: from troubles of the past and present.
- Enhancement: of all relationships and self-fulfillment.
- Beyond Grief: when loss and separation are overwhelming.
- Parenting: who doesn’t have problems and heartbreak?
- Illness: adaptation and maintenance of engagement.
- Job Issues: conflicts? dissatisfaction? making a change?
- Addictions: there is a way out and a good life beyond.
- Loneliness: physical and emotional; how to re-engage.
- Know Thyself: good goal for everyone.
- Rosenberger, Judith. Disempowering disruption: A retrospective journey. Smith College Studies in Social Work. Fall 2017.
- Rosenberger, J., and Feng, H. Trauma by Omission: A Relational Treatment Case of a Chinese Woman by a Therapist. Journal of the International Federation of Psychoanalysis. Spring 2016.
- Rosenberger, J. (Ed.). Relational Social Work Practice with Diverse Populations. NY: Springer. 2014
- Rosenberger, J. (2011). Freedom From/Freedom To: What Does Psychotherapy Have to Say about Freedom Today, International Conference for the Advanced Professional Practice of Clinical Social Work, Williamsburg, VA.
- Rosenberger, J. (2010). . Relationship Fallout: Impact of Narcissistic Injuries in the Financial Services Workforce, International Conference for the Advanced Professional Practice of Clinical Social Work, Quebec, Canada.
- Rosenberger, J. (2002). Replenishing Depletion States: Transformative Experience in the Treatment of Trauma. in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, Vol 19, No 2.
- Rosenberger, J. (2000) The Impact of Social Class in Contemporary Psychoanalytic Practice, in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, Vol 16, No. 2. International Universities Press.
- Rosenberger, J. (1999). Issue Editor, Heightening Cultural Awareness in the Psychoanalytic Situation; Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, Vol 16, No. 2. Madison, CT: International Universities Press.
- Rosenberger, J. (1998). Female Kin: Functions of the Meta-identification of Womanhood, The Mother-Daughter Relationship: Echoes through Time, Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.
- Rosenberger, J. (1995). Psychoanalysis and Social Class: Object Relations Perspectives. The Forum. Metropolitan Chapter of New York Society for Clinical Social Work.
- Gould, Edith and Rosenberger, Judith, Issue Eds. (1994). Erotic Transference: Contemporary Perspectives, Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Vol 14, No. 4; 1994.
- Rosenberger, Judith. (1992). Brief Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology. New York: Harper Collins.
Men and women of all ages, individually and as partners, deal with complex struggles in relationships at home, at work or school, in the wider family and social network.
Anxiety and stress, depression, trauma, addictions of all kinds, inhibitions, and general feelings of dissatisfaction afflict almost everyone sooner or later. Left untreated, complications pile up. Therapy can help you untangle problems, understand yourself, increase your relational satisfaction, and get you back on track.
In my 35+ years of practice I’ve helped people with all these kinds of problems and many more. With 6 years post-doctoral training plus continuous learning about new developments in the field, I am here to offer effective therapy in the optimal form for you.
Links to my practice, resume, memberships, and teaching experience are above.
My office is on Fifth Avenue in New York City, just below Mt. Sinai Hospital (East 98th Street). Feel free to call for a consultation to see if my approach is for you.