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Don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions you may have or to set up an appointment.
You can email me below and my phone number is 843-619-7361.
Visit me at Lime and Lotus 925 Wapoo Road, Charleston SC 29407
If light is in your heart,
You will find your way home.
WELCOME TO JUDITH GREENFARB COUNSELING SERVICES
MEET JUDITH GREENFARB
Today you can live your life to its fullest potential by embarking on a positive path to personal growth. As mindfulness-based cognitive therapist my main goal is to help you achieve your potential and lead a life in the present that is fulfilling and meaningful. I employ a variety of therapy approaches designed to compliment your personal and individual needs. If you are ready to move in a new direction in your life or looking for guidance through a challenging situation, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
I am a Clinical Social Worker I have been licensed since 1999. I received my Bachelors Degree in Psychology with a minor in Art from the University of South Carolina. I received my Masters Degree from Fordham University. I am also certified in Children and Family Counselor and certified in mindfulness teaching. My certification as a yoga teacher for adults and children has opened my world to teaching yoga and relaxation techniques to children with special needs.
I have experience working with a wide variety of issues. I specialize in assisting with depression, anxiety, stress, grief and eating disorders I also have training working with couples, families and children. My background includes working in Carol G. Simon Cancer Center, Department of Juvenile Justice, MUSC, The Institute of Psychiatry and Kirkland Women's Prison.
My therapy approach is as a cognitive-behavioral therapist. I practice early crisis intervention and brief solution-focused psychotherapy to resolve problems and reduce symptoms quickly. I also have experience working with with individuals where more intense, long-term treatment is indicated. In cognitive-behavioral therapy we acknowledge that while we can't change the difficult situations of the past and present, we can work together to better understand our thoughts and reactions related to these situations that are making our lives less than satisfactory. Through series of structured sessions, individuals will learn how to shift their thinking to a more balanced and rational place.
Mindfulness, or paying full attention to the present moment, can be very helpful in improving the cognitive symptoms of depression. The mindfulness component of the practice includes learning how to live your life fully in the present through the use of meditation, guided imagery, and numerous other techniques.Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) is a therapy that combines mindfulness principles with cognitive therapy to help prevent relapse in depression. It is based on a program developed by Dr. Jon Kabat-Zin. It includes mindfulness tools such as meditation, hatha yoga, along with education about stress and assertiveness.