About Steven Dawson LCSW

Steven is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. He graduated from NYU with a Masters Degree in Social Work and is currently a Doctoral Candidate at the University of Pennsylvania. Steven is a professor of Social Work at NYU and Rutgers University.  In his therapy practice he works to provide a safe space for people to explore and reconnect with their true nature and find peace within their suffering. He has worked with folks on a variety of issues including but not limited to those who have been diagnosed with conditions like, depression  anxiety, complex trauma, borderline personality disorder and substance use related issues.  He is a regular lecturer around the city on a variety of topics.  He has lectured at Bellevue Hospital in both the Survivors of Torture Clinic, and the Hospitals Psychiatric Grand Rounds. He has been a lecturer at Woodhull Hospital, Hunter College, Western Queens Mental Health Services and other locations inside and outside of New York City.  He uses an eclectic style of therapy based on the ideas of Attachment Theory and Interpersonal Neurobiology.  He believes that therapy is the act of making known the unknown and learning how to cope with the challenges of life. He enjoys the process of connecting with others and helping them to discover and become more and more of who they truly are.    

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