Dr. Judith Barbara Rosenblum PH.D.
Psychologist627 Broadway Suite 200 Massapequa NY, 11758
Dr. Judith Rosenblum is a NY State Licensed Psychologist practicing in Massapequa, NY. As a Psychologist with over 30 years of experience. She has gradusted from a postdoctoral program from the Advanced Institute for Analytic Psychotherapy and is certified in analytic psychotherapy. She is also certified in clinical hypnosis and hypnotherapy from The L.I. Institute of Ericksonian Hypnosis and from The American Association for Clinical Hypnosis. In addition, she completed extensive training in cognitive behavioral therapy.
In teaching you techniques, she helps clients to create happiness and better physical health through the science of Positive Emotions when connecting with others in every day life experiences. Feeling better emotionally leads to a happier life. Clients are helped mainly through cognitive -behavioral therapy as well as hypnosis (if interested) to eliminate anxiety/stress, depression, to have restful sleep, and to improve self-confidence. Hypnosis is very helpful for longer-lasting weight loss; eliminating fears of driving, flying, dentists; relieving PMS or menopausal symptoms; test-taking performance; pain management; enhancing performance for acting, singing, speech-giving, etc
Education and Training
Ericksonian Institute for Hypnosis Clinical Hypnosis 2002
American Society of Clinical Hypnosis Clinical Hypnosis- ASCH Consultant 2005
Advanced Institute for Analytic Psychotherapy Analytic Psychotherapy 1991
Yeshiva University Of Bronx N-Y Psychologist 1983
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Areas of expertise and specialization
- Magna Cum Laude 1973 Adelphi University
- Outstanding Service Citation 2004 Town of North Hempstead
- American Psychological Association, Nassau County Psychological Association,New York State Psychological Association, United Nations NGO Committee on Mental Health and its Gender Perspectives Workshop, International Society of Police Surgeons, U.S. Women
- American Society for Clinical Hypnosis, Milton Erickson Institute of N.Y.
Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors
- American Heart Association in promoting and raising funds for the "Go Red For Women Luncheon"
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