All members of the Shames JCC have the opportunity to meet with Jennifer Convissor, LCSW, for up to three confidential sessions as an individual or as a family. After three sessions, Jennifer will provide unlimited referral services.
Weekdays 10:00 am – 4:00 pm; By Appointment
Shames JCC on the Hudson, Legacy Building
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Jennifer Convissor is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW), who earned her bachelor’s degree (BA) from Sarah Lawrence College with concentration in individual and cultural psychology and creative writing. She…read more
Jennifer Convissor is a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW), who earned her bachelor’s degree (BA) from Sarah Lawrence College with concentration in individual and cultural psychology, as well as creative arts. She earned her Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from Fordham University, gaining extensive experience in group-work with every age group from school-aged children to senior citizens. Her professional background includes community organizing; individual, couples and family counseling; play therapy; psychosocial assessment; community referrals and crisis intervention. She has practiced in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan and Westchester. Jennifer sees private clients in White Plains and Tarrytown, as well as serving the Rivertowns as the Partners in Caring social worker based at the Shames JCC on the Hudson.
Thanks to a generous grant from UJA Federation of New York, the Partners in Caring (PIC) program provides free mental health services to the Shames JCC and the synagogues and congregations of the Rivertowns.
Please contact Jennifer if you are interested in receiving counseling or support services for yourself or your family. With enough interest, Jennifer is also available to develop tailored therapeutic groups, including psycho-educational, wellness related, or specific lifestyle support.
If Jennifer cannot directly meet your needs, she will happily make appropriate referrals.
Click HERE to read Jennifer’s expert article in Westchester Family magazine about siblings of kids with special needs.