The practice of Eli Rosenblatt, LCSW-R is located in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn within a few blocks of the Kingston Avenue subway stop on the 3 train. His office is at 372 Kingston Avenue between Carroll and Crown streets.
For over fifteen years, Eli Rosenblatt has been a psychotherapist in Brooklyn, NY. Eli focuses his treatment on couples, anxiety, depression, and trauma. However, Eli also has extensive experience with family therapy, divorce proceedings, forensics, substance abuse, the foster care system and many other topics. Feel free to contact Eli to see if he can help you with any specific issue.
Eli uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help his clients grow and develop. CBT focuses on identifying unhealthy and self-destructive patterns of thought and behavior. Once identified, these patterns can be changed, resulting in a healthier, better functioning, and happier you!
By providing an open, caring, confidential and non-judgmental environment, Eli can help you to adjust better to situations in your life and to have a safe space to talk about your problems!
If you are interested in becoming a better, happier, more fulfilled you, Eli is happy to work with you every step of the way!
Meet Eli Rosenblatt
Eli Rosenblatt is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in New York State. Eli received his Undergraduate Degree in Psychology from George Washington University in Washington, D.C. in 2002 and his Masters Degree in Social Work from Adelphi University in New York in 2007. After working for more than ten years in a clinic setting, Eli decided to start his own private practice. He wanted to focus his skill on working with couples and teenagers. “In a clinic setting, I was unable to control with whom I would work; I felt that my education and training would be better used when applied to working within my specific areas of strength and interest.”
For over a decade, Eli has used Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help his clients grow and develop. CBT focuses on identifying unhealthy and self-destructive patterns of thought and behavior. Once identified, these patterns can be changed, resulting in a healthier, better functioning, and happier you!