Ben Lieberman, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
WHO I WORK WITH:
• Teens (15-18 years old)
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION:
Addiction & Co-Occurring Disorders
Grief and Loss Issues
Relationship and Attachment Wounds
Family of Origin Issues
WHAT I PROVIDE:
• Individual Therapy
• Couples Therapy
• Family Therapy
Bachelor of Psychology
St. Joseph’s University
Master of Social Work
California State University-Northridge
Ben is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who has a passion for working with individuals, adults, and families who have a willingness to grow, change, and evolve. Ben’s approach to therapy is collaborative, client centered, non judgmental, and strength-based. Ben empowers his clients to identify and achieve their goals by drawing on their unique individual strengths while providing insightful support along the way. Ben helps his clients find healthy perceptions of themselves through the evaluation of their patterns and behaviors and supports in strengthening their relationships so they live more meaningful and satisfying lives. Ben believes therapy is a collaborative journey, but one where the client is leading the way.
Ben incorporates multiple approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems, Solution Focused Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, all while executing a Strength-Based, Client-Centered therapeutic approach, while also providing psychoeducation as needed. Ben specializes in working with individuals and families who struggle with addiction, substance/alcohol abuse, ADHD anxiety, depression, grief and loss, life transitions, men's issues, and self-esteem.
Ben received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia and went on to earn his Master’ Degree in Social Work from California State University-Northridge. Ben has an extensive history working in treatment centers, hospital settings, and private practice, while working with clients suffering from both addictions and mental health issues. Ben believes that people can change, no matter how dire the situation.