Margaret Dunlevy, LCSW-R
Margaret is a clinical social worker with over twenty years working as a family and individual therapist. She draws on many influences to guide her work. She has formal training in both family and psychodynamic work. In addition, she has studied Internal Family Systems, EMDR, cognitive behavioral therapy, Jungian dream analysis, Wilber’s Integral Psychology, as well as the interior practices of visualization and meditation, all of which she incorporates into the therapeutic work.
Laurel Parnell Institute, NYC
Institute for Expressive Analysis, NYC, 2001-2004
Psychoanalytic classes, supervision, & direct practice with adult clients in private practice setting
Numerous classes and seminars including: Internal Family Systems, EMDR, DBT, CBT, hypnotherapy, group therapy, Jungian Analysis, meditation, visualization and Reiki training, 1980-2014
Urban Institute for Family Therapy Training, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1992-1995
Videotaped family therapy sessions supervised by Evan Imber Black, Ph.D.
Fordham-Tremont Family Therapy Training Program, 1990-1992
Use of two-way mirror, team supervision, and video replay in working with families
Masters degree in Social Work, Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University, NYC, September 1989
Masters Program/Developmental Psychology, Teacher’s College, Columbia University, NYC, 1980-1981
Spanish, University of Barcelona, Spain, 1979
BA, Psychology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, 1978