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Sean

Sean D. Fenton, LCSW is a licensed clinical social work psychotherapist with over two decades of experience working with persons coping with an array of emotional and behavioral health challenges. His approach is trauma informed, dynamic, supportive and evidence based/informed.



Mr. Fenton is skilled in a number of treatment modalities including structural family therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, trauma informed interventions, and motivational interviewing.


Mr. Fenton has experience working with children, adolescents, families and adults, and his menu of therapeutic services include individual, couples, group and family therapies. His research interests include depression in males and promoting the importance of effective communication in relationships. Mr. Fenton has worked as a clinical practitioner and supervisor in multiple practice settings including in patient hospitals, schools, and community based mental health settings.



In addition to his Master’s degree in Social Work (MSW), Mr. Fenton holds an executive certificate in nonprofit leadership from Fordham University, Graduate School of Social Service & Graduate School of Business Administration, and he is a certified PREP (pre-marital relationship enrichment program) leader with an expertise in strengthening couples by utilizing the speaker/listener technique. Mr. Fenton is also a certified field instructor for graduate level social work interns.



Mr. Fenton maintains a private practice and provides therapeutic services that incorporate an integrate a balanced wellness approach to emotional health. He serves the New York City, Westchester County, and Hudson valley communities. More recently with the onset of the COVID-19 Mr. Fenton is currently providing tele-health confidential sessions.


Specialties

LGBTQ
Sexual Trauma
Trauma
Family
Couples
Depression
Anxiety
Women's Issues
Men's Issues
ADD/ADHD

Education

Masters in Social Work
Hunter School of Social Work


Accepted Insurance

Aetna
Cigna
Oxford
United Healthcare
Oscar Health


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