Judith Greenwald is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Midtown Manhattan specializing in work stress, relationships, couples counseling, trauma, anxiety, life transitions, mindfulness, and loss and grief. Drawing from her extensive background in employee assistance programs, she is highly skilled in helping clients navigate career-related challenges including feeling stuck or overwhelmed, nurturing their strengths and creative voice, and pursuing promotions and value-based career changes. With deep insight into organizational culture, she is experienced in supporting individuals, including creative professionals, entrepreneurs, executives, and people in tech, as they seek work-life balance.
Additionally, Judith is an expert in relationships and related concerns, including divorce. In her work with couples, she takes care to understand their dynamics, delve deeply into conflict resolution, improve communication, and rekindle intimacy. She seeks to understand her clients in the complexity of their desires and constraints in order to help them achieve better relationships with themselves and others. Trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, Judith is able to support survivors of trauma through identifying triggers and building healthy coping skills.
Judith’s approach is interactive, warm, and engaging. She is wholly committed to helping individuals and couples break free from negative cycles and find renewed fulfillment in their careers and relationships. Her office is conveniently located in Midtown, a short walk from most subway lines as well as Penn Station and Grand Central Station.