My name is Sabrina Roffman and I am happy to tell you more about my professional experience and practice. As a career psychotherapist, I have worked with hundreds of patients in a wide variety of practice areas and settings. I have worked for substance abuse treatment centers, detox programs, residential centers and my passion, private practice. I am extremely knowledgeable about twelve step programs such as NA, AA, Alanon, and OA. I have worked with CEO's of major corporations, senior executives, entrepreneurs, physicians, nurses, teachers, athletes, stay at home moms, single moms, high school students, college students and those in transition. In private practice, I have provided individual, couples (substance abuse inetrvention) and group counseling on an array of issues such as depression, anxiety, fears, impulse control issues, relationships, career advancement, self-esteem, assertiveness, substance abuse, recovery, overall life improvement and much more. My current treatment method is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, although other methods are often applied based on patient need. I work with an on site with a wonderful psychiatrist and nurse practictioner. I am very connected with the local hospitals such as Good Samaritan and Nyack hospital for emergency services. I also have great referral sources should you need them.
I received a BA in Psychology in 2000 and a Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling in 2003. I am currently board certified and licensed in the State of New York as a Mental Health Counselor and a Certified Coach Practicioner, fully accredited by the Certified Coaching Alliance.
My extensive education coupled with my personal and professional experiences have led me to help others just like you. I love what I do and invite anyone looking for real change, support, and encouragement to partner with me in the life changing process of psychotherapy.
Memberships and Associations:
Volunteer Therapist for Counselors Care (serving veterans)
Mental Health Association
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