Donna Corbett, LCSW

I initially chose to become a psychotherapist because of my interest in human emotional life and also, to be able to help others in the way that I had been helped. I am a licensed clinical social worker in both New York and New Jersey, receiving my MSW from Hunter College School of Social Work in 1989. In 1995, I completed a four-year program in Comprehensive Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies. In 1996, I completed post masters training in the assessment and treatment of substance abuse and addictive behavior at New York University. Addiction and the problems that it creates for individuals, families, and relationships is the focus of my practice. However, I have also I’ve worked with different people, cultures and problems in both the public and private sector.

My experience is extensive and I have continued learning throughout my career.

Yes, I am a trained clinician and good at what I do. The most important factor in a successful treatment though, is the relationship that we will build together. It is one that is unique, focused on you and what you need to improve the quality of your life.

That is my goal.