Naomi Rosenbach, Ph.D.
After spending a decade in the business industry, Naomi took the leap and made a meaningful career change. She spent the next decade working toward her doctorate in clinical psychology which she received from Hofstra University.
Naomi has extensive training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, as well as psychodynamic and relational modalities. She believes in an integrative approach and tailors her treatment to meet the needs of the people she works with. She has trained in both inpatient and outpatient settings serving a culturally diverse adult and adolescent population. In addition to working with individuals who struggle with mood, anxiety, relationship, and personality difficulties, she is trained in perinatal woman’s care, couples therapy, addiction, complex trauma and suicidality. She has a special interest in researching cultural and religious aspects that influence mental health. She has authored numerous scientific publications regarding factors that influence wellbeing in the Jewish community.
Naomi is grateful that life afforded her the opportunity to become a clinical psychologist as she absolutely loves her career. She believes that with the right tools and nurturing environment, you can heal from difficult life experiences and work through challenges. She combines warmth with a direct approach to help you through your unique lived experience, one baby step at a time.