Beatrice Kessler-Goldsmith is a clinical social worker and supervisor with over 20 years of experience in the field of mental health. As a bilingual (English/Spanish) psychotherapist, she has extensive experience with adults and children suffering from anxiety, depression and a variety of other mental health difficulties. Beatrice works with families dealing with relationship and communication issues including groups and parent-child dyads.
Beatrice holds a specialization in maternal mental health, infant/toddler mental health, and parent-child play therapy. She is certified as an infant mental health specialist through extensive training in the Chances for Children model. Her therapeutic approach utilizes a variety of modalities: cognitive behavioral (CBT), psychodynamic, trauma-informed, and relational/attachment-based therapies to guide interventions and support healthy social-emotional growth and problem-solving skills.
Beatrice has a Master of Social Work from Columbia University and earned her Bachelor of Arts at Mount Holyoke College.