Lois Nachamie, MFA, LCSW-R, is a board-certified psychotherapist and couples counselor in private practice in New York City and Wilmington, Delaware, specializing in life transitions from cradle to grave: Becoming parents; parenting; aging parents; end of life planning and decisions. She treats a wide variety of individual issues, including anxiety, depression, career and weight-related difficulties, smoking cessation, and stress reduction, among other problems, using an integrative approach, including traditional psychodynamic talk therapy, and clinical hypnotherapy when indicated.
A Parents Choice Award-winning author, her last two books were So Glad We Waited: A Hand-Holding Guide for Over-35 Parents, with a foreword by Debra Winger and Big Lessons for Little People: Teaching Our Kids Right from Wrong While Keeping Them Healthy, Safe and Happy. She is currently working on a book with the working title From Cradle to Grave: Death is a Parenting Issue.
A parent educator for almost thirty years, Ms. Nachamie lectures nationally and locally and has been featured on television, radio and in print, including The Today Show, New York Magazine, NPR, Health Magazine, and Newsweek.
Recently receiving certification in The Art of Dying, an end of life counseling program, Ms. Nachamie has begun addressing death, not only one's own mortality, but also how to handle death in the context of being both a parent and an adult child.
UPCOMING EVENT: January 19, 2020
Montclair Film Festival
Another Year Together
January 19, 2020 | 1:30 pm
EXCLUSIVE PRE-FESTIVAL SCREENING
Scheduled guests: Director Dan Simon, Marilyn Sokol, Richard Masur and Roger Hendricks Simon will be joined by Lois Nachamie, MFA, LCSW-R, psychotherapist and couples counselor specializing in life transitions.
November 28, 2018
School of Visual Arts, NYC
Guest Lecturer: The Art of Failure
February 19, 2018.
THE FATHERING FORUM, NYC Chapter
Workshop: Death is a Parenting Issue
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