Stephanie Newberg is a licensed psychotherapist, working with individuals, couples and families. She has been in practice for 20 years specializing in: family and couples therapy, cyberbullying, and the implications of divorce on children in families.
In addition, Stephanie is a trained family and divorce mediator/ co-parent counselor and has received intensive training in sand tray play therapy for adolescents and children.
Stephanie has led numerous workshops and presentations for adults and adolescents on relationship and communication skills, dealing with the effects of divorce on families, diversity issues, cyberbullying/effects of technology on development, nutrition and mental health, and conflict resolution skills. In addition, Stephanie has numerous publications.
Stephanie trained at Columbia University where she received a Masters of Education in Organizational and Counseling Psychology and she received a Masters of Social Work at the University of Pennsylvania. Her license is in clinical social work.
Stephanie serves as a consultant for the Council for Relationships and also works at the Bryn Mawr Graduate School of Social work as a adjunct professor, supervisor, and field work liasion for social work students.