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STEPHANIE MANES, LCSW



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ABOUT STEPHANIE 

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in New York, with extensive experience and training in Individual, Couples and Family Therapy. My office is conveniently located in downtown Manhattan (Soho). 

LICENSURE 

New York, Licensed Clinical Social Worker 

EDUCATION 

Institute of Psychoanalytic Studies of Subjectivities (analytic candidate)

Ackerman Institute for Families - Post Graduate Certificate in Family and Couple’s Therapy 

New York University School of Social Work - Masters in Social Work 

Brooklyn Law School - Juris Doctorate 

Barnard College, Columbia University – Bachelor of Arts 

ADDITIONAL TRAINING 

Gottman Couples Therapy (Level 1: The Gottman Institute) 

Center for Mindfulness and Compassion Focused Therapy 

Interdependence Project 

Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (Ackerman Institute) 

Advanced Narrative Practices (Cambridge Family Therapy Institute) 

Family Therapy with Young Children (Ackerman Institute) 

Family Focused Grief Therapy (Memorial Sloan Kettering) 

Intimacy Enhancing Couples Therapy for Prostate Cancer (Memorial Sloan Kettering) 

AFFILIATIONS 

Clinical Associate, Center for Families and Health, Ackerman Institute 

Couples Therapist, Prostate Study, Intimacy Enhancement for Couples
Memorial Sloan Kettering and UMDNJ Robert Wood Medical School 

Family Therapist, Family Focused Grief Therapy Research Project
Memorial Sloan Kettering Behavioral Health Center 

Adjunct Faculty, Mercy College, Masters Program in Marriage and Family Therapy 

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS 

APA Division 39, Section VIII

American Family Therapy Academy 

National Association of Social Workers, New York Chapter 

Women’s Mental Health Consortium 

Stephanie Manes, LCSW

Stephanie Manes, LCSW

646.729.6861

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30 East 21st Street
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