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Ann Rose Simon,
Ann Rose Simon is a Chair of Education, as
well as she is a teaching faculty member, a supervisor and a Training
Committee member at ORI.
Rose Simon offers a relationship-based approach to psychotherapy in a safe
and comfortable environment. She works collaboratively with her patients to
explore and understand one's feelings, struggles, dreams and fears. Through
this process you will find that your personal relationships and your sense
of "self" are strengthened and your professional life is enriched. You begin
to live your life more fully.
Ann Rose works with adults, adolescents,
children and infants in individual, couple and family therapy. Her areas of
special interest and expertise are relationship issues, pre- and post-natal
counseling, adoptive parenting, divorce, and body image/eating disorders.
Ann Rose Simon is a graduate of the Anni
Bergman Parent-Infant Program; and has done her postgraduate psychoanalytic
training at the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis (NPAP)
and the Object Relations Institute (ORI), where she continues to teach and
supervise. Ann is a co-director of the
Parent-Child Development Program at ORI. In her private practice,
she had developed the BabyBonds program that prepares new and
expectant parents for the emotional challenges of their new role.
Since 2004 part of her practice has been
devoted to individuals with focal brain lesions due to stroke, trauma or
other brain injuries. She also works with the caretakers of brain injured or
neurologically impaired individuals. Ann Rose Simon is a member of The
Neuropsychoanalytic Clinical Study Center of NPAP which provides services
for this underserved population.
Rose Simon, LCSW-R
Years in Practice: 30+
York University School of Social Work
Year Graduated: 1976
License No. and State: 018657 New
Insurance: No; Sliding scale: Yes - call to discuss
250 East Hartsdale Avenue
Hartsdale, New York 10530
20 East 88th Street,
New York, New York 10128
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