Gary Greenberg , Ph.D.

I have been in practice for 25 years. I work primarily with adults, both individually and in couples, and with families. I am trained as a Gestalt therapist and have received specialized training in the treatment of eating disorders and depression. I have extensive experience in the treatment of anxiety and depression, of issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity, and infertility.

I am not a participating provider in any managed health care plans, as I do not believe that therapy is the business of anyone other than the therapist and the client. I am eligible for reimbursement by most insurance plans, however, and by managed care plans that have out-of-network benefits. I strive to make therapy affordable for everyone.

I received my B.A. from Swarthmore College, where I majored in English literature and religion, my M.S. in counseling from Southern Connecticut State University, and my Ph.D. in psychology from Saybrook Institute. I have been a professor of psychology at Connecticut College, and have written in both academic and popular publications about psychology and medicine.

To read some of my writing, follow these links.

"Is it Prozac? Or Placebo?" Mother Jones, November/December 2003.

"Respectable Reefer" Mother Jones November/December 2005

"Gay By Choice? The Science of Sexual Identity"  Mother Jones July/August 2007

"Manufacturing Depression: A Journey into the Economy of Melancholy" May 2007

"Misery's Fogs: Is Depression a Diagnosis or a Distraction?" Harper's August 2005

"As Good as Dead" The New Yorker, August 13, 2001

"The Serotonin Surprise" Discover, July 2001

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