Joanna Rosenblatt is a therapist with offices in Union Square and Midtown, Manhattan specializing in treating anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), postpartum depression and anxiety, as well as infertility counseling. She also sees individuals struggling with grief and loss and sex and intimacy concerns.
Joanna has particular expertise in supporting undergraduate and graduate students and new and expecting mothers. She helps students through common challengs such as identity formation, imposter syndrome, creative inhibitions, and academic issues. Having previously worked as a therapist at NYU’s Counseling and Wellness Center, she is experienced in helping young adults tackle the unique stressors of living in the modern world. For new mothers, Joanna helps clients navigate the complex emotions involved during and after pregnancy, including postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, sleep issues, and loss during pregnancy.
Joanna emphasizes a holistic, acceptance-based approach, which is primarily informed by cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness, and exposure and response prevention (ERP) for clients struggling with OCD. She is a warm, empathetic, and active therapist, committed to helping her clients understand and adjust patterns that interfere with achieving personal and professional goals. Her office in Union Square is conveniently located a 2 minute walk from Union Square station and 5 minute walk from NYU. Her office in Midtown is a 2 minute walk from Grand Central station.