Specialty Area: Family/Couples Therapy; Anxiety and Mood Disorders; Depression.
Office Location: Manhattan
Andrew Roffman, LCSW, has over two decades of experience in helping families, couples, and individuals with emotional and behavioral problems. He is a clinical assistant professor of child and adolescent psychiatry at the NYU School of Medicine and also the director of the Child Study Center's Family Studies Program, a training program in family and couples therapy. Mr. Roffman teaches family therapy and family systems theory to psychology interns, psychiatry residents, and NYU undergraduates.
Mr. Roffman received his MSW from New York University Graduate School of Social Work, and received his postgraduate training program in family and couples therapy at the Ackerman Institute for the Family. He has additional training in systemically-informed therapies as well as hypnotherapy.
Prior to coming to Child Study Center, Mr. Roffman worked as therapist, supervisor, and family therapy trainer in community mental health settings in NYC (primarily East Harlem) and Westchester County.
Mr. Roffman is a Member of the National Association of Social Workers. He has published numerous peer-reviewed articles for professional journals as well as a book chapter in Therapeutic Hypnosis with Children and Adolescents. Mr. Roffman received "Teacher of the Year" award in 2008 and 2011 for his work with trainees at the Child Study Center and is a regular contributing editor to The Journal for Systemic Therapies.