NY License #019915-1; NJ License #5090
- Child and adolescent therapy; parent counseling and skills training; family therapy; adult (individual) therapy; group therapy ("Roaring Twenties" Young Adult Psychotherapy Group)
- Trauma; anxiety; depression; sexual and physical abuse; neglect eating disorders; self-injury; school avoidance; career and work issues
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); dialectical behavior therapy (DBT); positive psychology; art therapy; health psychology; guided imagery; mindfulness; career counseling; executive coaching
- Psychoeducational, psychological, and vocational testing and evaluation, including Myers-Briggs Type Indicator
Compassionate and caring, Dr. Simon works with clients to identify goals and strengths, enabling them to make positive life changes. Following extensive experience in human resources, organizational psychology, and career counseling, Dr. Simon reinvented her own career and trained to become a psychologist. She has provided therapy in a variety of clinical settings, including Children's Hospital of New Jersey and other hospitals, a community-based counseling center, and a preschool. Her expertise in art therapy gives clients an additional way of accessing and expressing difficult emotions and life stories.
Read Dr. Simon's interview on work-life balance in Lifescapes magazine.
PhD in Clinical Psychology, Fielding Graduate University
Post-Masters Certificate in Art Therapy, Caldwell College
MBA in Organizational Behavior and Development, Pace University
BA in Psychology and Art Therapy, University at Buffalo
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Qualification, New School University/Type Resources, Inc.
American Psychological Association
New Jersey Psychological Association
New Jersey Association of Cognitive Behavioral Therapists
Essex-Union County Association of Psychologists
“I enjoy connecting with clients—collaborating with them creatively to increase coping skills, capitalize on their strengths, and expand their views of themselves and others.”