Personal, Professional and Management Development
Achieving Self-Defined Success - This article was published in Many Hands Quarterly Winter 2015 Northhampton, MA 01061
- The Schwab Cognitive/Mind/Body/Spiritual Conscious, Connected Breathing Total Method (Click here to learn more)
- Achieving Positive Self Identity and Self-Defined Success (PSI/SDS) (Click here to learn more)
- VECAM (Validate, Express, Communicate, Assert, Motivate) (Click here to learn more)
- Gender Negotiations (Click here to learn more)
- Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy
- Victims of Clergy Abuse Utilizing Judaic Sources
- 12-Step Counseling, Including Overeating and Shoplifting
- Relationships and Marriage Counseling
- Grief Counseling
- Ericksonian hypnosis
- Motivation, Goal Setting & Achievement
- Communication skills
Dr Schwab sees clients in person in her office, and also conducts telephone sessions. In addition, she
conducts in-house trainings for companies and non-profit organizations.
About Dr. Schwab
Dr. Charlotte Rolnick Schwab, a psychotherapist for over twenty-five years and a former professor of social psychology, has spent most of her professional life in the New York Metropolitan Area, practicing in Manhattan and Connecticut. She now lives and practices in Hadley, Mass.
In addition to working in private practice, Dr. Schwab was a professor of Social Psychology, Women's Studies and Social Work at Hunter College of the City University of New York (CUNY). She is also a noted lecturer, seminar and workshop leader who specializes in helping women and men to communicate and negotiate effectively and to create healthy, successful personal and business relationships.
Dr. Schwab is the author of a new groundbreaking book, Sex, Lies, and Rabbis: Breaking a Sacred Trust , which is the first book of its kind to detail the problem of rabbinical sexual abuse in Judaism.
As someone who was married to a rabbi who perpetrated such abuse, Dr. Schwab comes at the subject from a unique perspective, as well as from a viewpoint as a therapist and counselor to other victims, and as a passionate social commentator on what needs to be done to further highlight and address this heretofore hidden problem.
Dr. Schwab's book defines clergy sexual abuse, gives information about what leads rabbis and other clergy to become sexual predators and offers suggestions for the prevention of such abuse. The book includes suggestions to bring about healing for the victims of such abuse and presents policies synagogues and other denominations should adopt to combat this issue.
For more information on this book, please click here.
Post Graduate Certifications Include:
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- Albert Einstein College of Medicine. New Advances in the Treatment of Depression
- College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University. Innovations in the Treatment of Depression
- Milton Erickson Institute, Manhattan. Ericksonian Hypnosis
- Jewish Healing Center. Grief Counseling
- LRT. Rebirthing
- RB 2000 International. Rebirthing
- Training in cognitive behavioral therapy with Jeffrey Young, Ph.D., a
student of Aaron Beck.
Dr. Schwab is available for interviews, speaking engagements, and lecture/seminars.