B.A. in Philosophy from Barnard College.
Masters in Social Work from New York University.
Completed three year program in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy at the William Alanson White Institute.
Seminar in ADHD treatment with Ned Hallowell, author of Driven to Distraction.
Presently in full time psychotherapy practice in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Judy has presented two clinical papers at the Colloquium series of the White Institute's Child and Adolescent Therapy Training Program.
Consulted for early childhood programs at Jewish Board, International School of Brooklyn, and Forest Hills Child Care Center; presented workshops on The Importance Of Play In The Early Childhood Classroom.
Conducted workshops on Story Based Creative Movement at Forest Hills Child Care Center and Emmanuel College.
School and agency based clinical social worker.
Creative Movement Specialist for preschool children in both mainstream and special education settings: Speak Learn and Play: Therapeutic Summer Intensive (summer 2015), Congregation Beth Elohim Early Childhood Center (8 years), Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, Park Avenue Synagogue Early Childhood Center (5 years), Bronx Early Learning Center (serving special needs population).