Dr. Cohen received her Doctoral Degree at Yeshiva University's Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology in the School Clinical-Child Psychology Program.
Prior to receiving her Doctoral Degree she received a Master's Degree in Human Development from Pacific Oaks College, in Pasadena, California; a graduate school that values the individual's inner life, as well as, the social-political contexts of human development. After finishing her Master's Degree, Dr. Cohen spent twelve years teaching students preschool through college, in Los Angeles, Tel Aviv, and New York City. Dr. Cohen earned a B.A. in French and a Minor in German from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
She continues to expand upon her areas of expertise and clinical knowledge through advanced studies, individual and group supervision in Relational Psychoanalysis, Human Sexuality and clinical issues specific to the LGBT Community.
Her clinical training includes two years at each of the following institutions:
- Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy in The Gay and Lesbian Affirmative Psychotherapy Division (GLAP):
Worked as a psychotherapist serving the LGBT community.
- The National Institute for the Psychotherapies - Postdoctoral Fellowship:
Worked with adult patients as a Relational Therapist
- Bellevue Hospital Center:
Worked with adult patients in The Intensive Personality Disorder Program (IPDP) as a DBT Therapist
- The Abraham Joshua Heschel High School:
Worked with high school students as a School Psychology Intern and Psychology Associate
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