Lydia Golub PhD
The focus of my treatment is to help individuals or couples/families manage symptoms and develop effective communication/conflict resolution strategies to improve quality of their relationships with others. I treat a broad range of OCD symptoms by utilizing CBT/ Exposure and Response Prevention techniques in conjunction with Family Systems Therapy. Over the years my practice has almost entirely consisted of treating individuals and families where at least one person presents with excessive worry, 10-20% of which also have behavioral compulsions.
Facilities accessible by clients of all mobility levels: Yes
I received my license in psychology in 1995 and have done independent research on how couples cope with stress. I received advanced training from the Multicultural Family Institute and have attended numerous training workshops and trainings to treat trauma, anxiety, and OCD. I have also been affiliated with Montclair State University and Fairleigh Dickinson University and have offered workshops, training, and supervision of students.
My practice is committed to support every individual’s unique experience regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, race, cultural experience, age, ability or any other factor. Every effort is made to appropriately address these issues from the outset and throughout treatment.
Multicultural Family Institute, two-year certificate program, 2006-2008, additional workshops throughout my years in practice.