Scott Greisberg, Ph. D. is a clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of anxiety disorders, mood disorders, stress management, and behavioral disorders of childhood and adolescence. Dr. Greisberg provides treatment for children, adults, couples, and families. Dr. Greisberg practices cognitive behavioral therapy, which involves making improvements in individuals' thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Treatment is available in Westchester County.
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Dr. Greisberg completed his Ph. D. in Clinical Psychology at Fordham University in 2005. He has attained specialized training in Child/Family Psychology and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Dr. Greisberg provides CBT for mood disorders, anxiety disorders, childhood behavioral disorders, and other associated conditions. He works with individuals of all ages. Dr. Greisberg’s work has appeared in scientific journals, and he has appeared on television and in print as part of his expertise in CBT. He currently provides supervision to graduate students at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology in delivering CBT to children and he consults to schools to provide school counseling.
“I have a very open and straightforward style of conducting treatment. I educate the patient about the factors that have contributed to his/her problems and I instruct the patient in how to make important changes and improvements. It’s necessary for me to be sensitive to my patients' needs and abilities and it’s important for the patient to be willing to work hard to make some challenging improvements.”
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