skip to Main Content
Tinnitus Workshop With Lisa Brateman, LCSW

Tinnitus Workshop with Lisa Brateman, LCSW

Tired of Ringing or Buzzing Ears?

Join Lisa Brateman, LCSW a midtown Manhattan psychotherapist for an introduction workshop discussing skills to reduce internal attention to tinnitus, improve coping, and devise alternative thinking and behavior patterns that distract patients from their tinnitus.

When: November 19th 6-7pm |consultations with Dr. Liberatore begin at 5pm
Where: Totum Health | 154 East 85th Street New York

To RSVP or schedule an appointment with Dr. Liberatore prior to the event please contact Madeline: (212) 288-2222

 

About Lisa Brateman, LCSW:

New York headshot photographer Sofia NegronLisa Brateman, LCSW, is a psychotherapist and relationship specialist. In her midtown Manhattan private practice, she offers individual and couples therapy. Her areas of expertise include couples therapy, relationships issues; sleep disorders; depression; and anxiety. In addition to traditional therapy, Lisa offers Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT).

Our traumas and trials may shape who we are, but we need not let them dictate who we can become. Lisa’s practice is devoted to helping clients develop the tools they need to lead a rewarding life in a confidential setting. She helps clients connect the dots of their experiences, feelings, and beliefs of life’s happenings.

She is a recognized expert in her field and has appeared on TV on CBS Evening News, WPIX-TV Evening News, Arise America-TV News, Newsmax TV, CC-TV News and HuffPost Live. She has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, CNN, U.S News & World Report, MSNBC, WSJ Market Watch, BBC, CBS News Money Watch, PBS, Harper’s Bazaar, Brides Magazine, Today.com, Cosmopolitan Magazine, New York Daily News, New York Post, The Business Insider, New York Press and Discovery Communications.

She is the psychotherapy consultant at New York Sleep. A member of the Dream Team, which offers a multidisciplinary approach to sleep disorders, she works with clients to reduce anxiety and other psychological barriers to sleep.

Lisa earned a MSW from New York University. She is a member of the Private Practitioners Group in New York City.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back To Top