Amy Brightman, LCSW is an experienced licensed clinical social worker who works with adults and families who are looking to improve their mental health, manage emotions, improve communication, and cope with stressors. Amy’s areas of specialty are anxiety, depression, self-esteem, interpersonal/relationship issues, and wellness. She uses a blend of cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, exploratory, and problem solving techniques to promote progress in one’s overall well-being. Amy became a therapist to help people navigate their lives, feel heard, and learn how to create a happier life with fulfilling relationships. She believes in a strength-based, holistic approach to help individuals achieve the goals they want to accomplish and recognize positive change.
Amy also previously worked at New York Presbyterian Hospital in outpatient psychiatry and has experience working at Weill Cornell Medical College’s Employee Assistance Program.
Amy completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology at The University of Michigan and her Master of Social Work degree at Columbia University.
Trainings and Certifications:
- CBT for Psychosis
- CBT for Trans-Diagnostic Anxiety disorders and OCD
- Coalition of Behavioral Health Agencies: DBT skills training
- Trauma and Dissociation training
- Certified field instructor for social work students