Therese Rosenblatt, PhD, is a Psychologist and Psychoanalyst in private practice in New York City and Westchester County, NY. Dr. Rosenblatt is affiliated with The NYU Post Doctoral Institute of Psychoanalysis. She holds a doctorate in Developmental Psychology with an emphasis on applied development and clinical practice, from The Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yeshiva University. Her BA is from Barnard College, Columbia University. Dr. Rosenblatt’s dissertation “Mother-Infant Interaction While Feeding Eating Disordered Babies” was mentored by Dr. Beatrice Beebe, World Renowned Scholar of Infant and Mother-Infant Psychology.
She has served as a fellow in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities and Psychology at The Westchester Medical Center. She has also held positions at Bronx Lebanon Hospital, The Alcott School in Scarsdale and The Guidance Center, a community mental health clinic in Mamaroneck and New Rochelle. She currently runs a new mother-baby group at The Early Childhood Development Center in NYC.
In her private practice, Dr. Rosenblatt provides psychotherapy and consultation to individual adults, children, adolescents and couples, for emotional and developmental difficulties, including depression, anxiety, relationship problems, sexuality, divorce, life challenges and adjustments. She devotes a significant portion of her practice to treatment and consultation concerning parenting of babies, young children, adolescents and adults. She provides therapy for parent-child dyads. She has run numerous groups on different topics of parenting including mother-baby, mother-toddler groups and groups for parents of children with learning differences and developmental delays. For the past 12 years she has run groups for Barnard College on Motherhood and Female Identity. One group was filmed for the CBS news magazine, “Sixty Minutes”.
Dr. Rosenblatt writes and speaks on parenting, early childhood, infertility and case presentations.