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Michelle P. Maidenberg, Ph.D., MPH, LCSW-R, CGP maintains a private practice in Harrison, NY. She is an adjunct graduate professor of Mindfulness Practice at New York University. She is the president and clinical director of the Thru My Eyes Foundation, a 501c3 organization that helps individuals with life-threatening illnesses create a video legacy for their loved ones. She has advanced training in CBT, ACT, Structural Family Therapy, Mindfulness, and is a Level II trained Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) therapist.

Dr. Maidenberg is a contributing editor of GROUP, the journal of the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society. She has also published in varied professional journals and was quoted in The New York Times, the Daily News, Fitness, Woman’s Day, Parents, and many other publications. Her book Free Your Child from Overeating: 53 Mind-Body Strategies for Lifelong Health utilizes strategies underpinned in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Mindfulness.

Dr. Maidenberg is on the board of directors at the Boys and Girls Club in Mount Vernon, NY, and volunteers as a Disaster Mental Health Practitioner with the American Red Cross and as a Volunteer Clinician with the Westchester County Trauma Recovery Network (TRN). She additionally is dedicated and invested in health and mental health advocacy. Dr. Maidenberg is a Certified Group Therapist through the American Group Psychotherapy Association.

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