Sheri Moskowitz Noga, MA, LMSW
Marital, Individual, and Family Psychotherapy, EMDR
My Masters Degree is in Humanistic and Clinical Psychology.
The heart of my approach is humanistic, meaning that I view my clients
as equals, rather than "patients" .
In my work with couples and parents, I place a strong emphasis on accountability as essential to improvement in relationships. I often will work on an individual basis with both members of a couple, as well as seeing them together. This allows me a comprehensive understanding of all contributing factors in a couple's problems.
I have the ability not to "take sides" in couple or family problems.
The result has been a high success rate in my family and marital therapy.
In my work with children, I always evaluate a child's problem in the context of the family system. Parents need to be willing to be involved in the treatment. Sometimes I will meet only with the parents,
with excellent results.
I feel a profound commitment to my clients, as is evidenced in my
ongoing professional training, rapid evaluation and accessibility to clients. I pride myself on returning phone calls in short order.
I received my Masters degree in 1979 and have had ongoing training in EMDR, Trauma and Brain Function, Family Systems Therapy,
and Body/Mind Psychotherapy. I am licensed as
both an LMSW and LLP.
In 2010, I authored a book on parenting, "Have the Guts to Do it Right: Raising Grateful and Responsible Children in an Age of Indulgence", in response to frequent problems I was seeing in my private practice. As a result, I have become a lecturer on radio, television, and to schools and parenting groups.
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Requests for speaking engagements can be emailed to me at firstname.lastname@example.org