Larissa Golloub, LCSW-R

Larissa Golloub, LCSW-R


Licensed Clinical Social Worker, with “R” Psychotherapy Privilege (LCSW-R)


Master of Social Work, Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Brandeis University

Area of Focus:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Anxiety, Depression, Chronic Disorganization, Chronic Pain, Teletherapy, Disaster Mental Health

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Professional Background

  • Board Certified-TeleMental Health Provider Training Course Certificate, 2018
  • Supervised at The American Institute for Cognitive Therapy, New York, NY, by the co-founder of The Academy of Cognitive Therapy, 2002-2005
  • Albert Ellis Institute Child and Adolescent Therapy Practicum Certificate in Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) through the NYS Office of Mental Health, 2002
  • Primary Certificate in REBT at the Albert Ellis Institute, 2001
  • Held several progressively responsible supervisory positions within a leading NYC social service agency, in the following order: Therapist, Supervisor, Project Director for Project Liberty, Clinical Coordinator of Trauma Treatment Services, Clinic Director, and Vice President of Outpatient Mental Health Services & Family Support Programs, 2001-2008
  • As the Project Liberty Director within the above esteemed NYC social services agency, provided therapy to traumatized individuals, supervised the team of therapists, and provided administrative oversight of the FEMA program which provided free psychotherapy services to those affected by 9/11, the World Trade Center Disaster, 2001-2003
  • American Red Cross (ARC) Disaster Mental Health Training, 1997, Massachusetts
  • ARC volunteer Mental Health Worker, Kentucky flood and tornado, 1997, Kentucky
  • ARC Mental Health Worker, TWA Flight #800 crash, 1996, John F. Kennedy Airport, New York

Professional Organizations/Associations:

National Association of Social Workers (NASW)

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