Alisa Robbins LCSW
Alisa has been a practicing Psychotherapist for more than 20 years. She is a graduate of Fordham University School of Social Work. She completed 3 years of post graduate training from Greenwich Institute of Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. She is well versed in CBT and DBT interventions. Alisa has served as the Director of Mental health services for a New York State Office of Mental Health Certified Clinic for 14 years. She has supervised numerous clinicians with advanced degrees as well as interns throughout her career. Alisa works with adults, couples and children. She currently supervises Therapists at New York City’s oldest LGBTQ counseling center. Particular areas of interest include trauma informed care, and relational therapy.
We are mental health providers which specialize in a variety of conditions including Generalized Anxiety disorder, Major Depression, OCD, PTSD, Bipolar, Mood disorders, Autism, Personality disorders, Anger management, Addiction.
What is Alcohol Use Disorder? Know How to Treat It
Alcohol use disorder or AUD is considered a brain condition that is long-term. In this condition, people find it difficult to control their drinking even if it is affecting their health, social life, and job. It includes Alcoholism simply means being fully dependent...
Prolonged Grief Disorder: Its Symptoms and Causes
Prolonged grief is different from depression and usually consists of a consistent yearning for a deceased loved one. This disorder is generally common among individuals who have lost a romantic partner or a child. It generally happens after violent or sudden deaths,...
How to Cope with Bipolar Depression – Signs and Symptoms
Depression consists of a cycle of highs and lows which comes with bipolar disorder. This prevents people from participating in daily activities or doing the things they want to do. It also makes you feel disoriented and not like yourself. Right treatment thus is...
What Is Anorexia Disorder? Symptoms, Causes and Effective Treatments
Anorexia disorder or Anorexia nervosa is considered a life-threatening and serious mental condition. Anorexia disorder involves some serious challenges like being extremely scared of gaining weight, unreal body images, and emotional challenges. But this mental health...