Nurses are always on the frontline, and the current COVID-19 crisis is no exception.
If you are a frontline RN or NP providing COVID-19 care, who is taking care of you? This group aims to provide coping strategies as well as peer support in this time of crisis. Jennifer is also open to structuring the group based on participants' needs. Members must be an RN or NP.
Please note: This group held virtually via an online platform, but members must be in the NYC, Westchester, or Long Island area.
Jennifer Abcug is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker practicing in Lincoln Square, Manhattan. Her expertise is working with women during times of transition, such as life during and after college, relationship goals, and pregnancy and parenthood. She also specializes in loss and grief and sees clients struggling with issues around chronic illnesses.
Jennifer has a fierce interest in helping women find their voice and takes an integrative approach to treatment, utilizing elements of both skills-based and insight-oriented therapies. Recognizing that raising one’s awareness is the first step toward change, she focuses on each client’s individual narrative as a way to assist them in identifying both adaptive and maladaptive patterns through which they approach transition. She especially enjoys working with new moms, and is happy to offer in-home visits to clients on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, between West 59th & West 96th Streets, to help ease the transition to parenthood.
Jennifer is excited to help clients access their innate resiliency in order to move forward during challenging times. Her practice is a convenient 5 minute walk from Lincoln Center.