Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Relationship Author
Relationship Expert/Author Sherry Amatenstein, LCSW, is an experienced media commentator, having hosted a radio show and appeared on dozens of TV programs including Today Show, The Early Show, CNN, VHI and GMA Live.
Sherry has a variety of insightful workshops and seminars she gives regularly to sold-out crowds around the country. These include Relationship-Saving Advice: The Wisdom of the Country’s Top 67 Couples Therapists Can Be Yours; Building a Spiritual Marriage; Love Lessons from Bad Breakups and Dating Intensives (aimed at helping single men and women come to understand their similarities as well as differences).
Trouble finding intimacy?
Join Mixed Therapy Group
Monday nights, 6:45 PM to 8:15 PM at Washington Square Institute in New York City.
Monday night group dealing with how our relationships (or lack thereof) make us feel and most importantly, how we feel when we are by ourselves, especially as we deal with issues of life - i.e.: aging, loss, regret... The best way to deal with those feelings of emptiness and neediness is to talk with others who go to that same place. Heal together.
Run by Sherry Amatenstein, LCSW
Staff therapist at WSI, Author of LOVE LESSONS FROM BAD BREAKUPS and the upcoming THE COMPLETE MARRIAGE COUNSELOR: Relationship-Saving Advice from America's Top 50+ Couples Experts
For more info or pre-screening email Sherry at: email@example.com
Saturday night March 17th,930 PM EST Sherry will be featured on CMT's MY BIG REDNECK VACATION giving pre-marital counseling to Jared and Michelle
therapy group forming for writers and artists
- creative blocks holding you back?
- whether your “demon” is procrastination, lack of inspiration, perfectionism or paralyzing fear - there is help!
for more information, call
led by sherry amatenstein, lcsw
therapist, author and adjunct professor teaching journalism
at new school
group will meet every other monday night starting january 23rd,
7:15 PM to 8:30 PM
Washington Square Institute
41-51 East 11th St., 4th floor