Sabrina Roffman, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

office: 845-367-1660
FAX: 888-863-2384

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About Me

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 clients in a wide variety of practice areas and settings. I have worked for substance abuse clinics, outpatient programs, residential centers and community mental health agencies. 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, athletes, stay at home moms, single moms, college students and those in transition. In private practice, I have provided individual, couples 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.

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:
American Mental Health Counselors Association
International Coaching Federation
Volunteer Therapist for Counselors Care (serving veterans)

"In my early professional years I was asking the question: How can I treat, cure or change this person? Now I would phrase the question in this way: How can I provide a relationship which this person may use for his own personal growth?"-Carl Rogers