Lori Danenberg, Ph.D., 30 Glenn Street, Suite 207, White Plains, NY 10603. Dr. Lori Danenberg is a clinical social worker in private practice in White Plains, NY. Dr. Danenberg sees children with disabilities, including learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, anxiety, including obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and phobias, bipolar disorder, and physical disabilities, as well as people who have experienced trauma, including those with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In addition to individual treatment, she sees adults in couples therapy, and families. She works with children as young as 2 or 3 years old, and up through the life cycle. Dr. Danenberg first seeks to help people relax their nervous system so that they can work cognitively. With kids with disabilities, she focuses on self-regulation techniques, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Trauma work includes trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT), somatic experiencing, eye movement desensitization & reprocessing therapy (EMDR), and internal family systems therapy. She notes that she brings her trauma work techniques into treatment with everybody. With Dr. Danenberg in the office is Lily, a trained, certified therapy dog, used to help people regulate their nervous system, who is helpful to treatment in many ways. Dr. Danenberg likes to help kids feel extremely comfortable, and her office has a kitchen area off to the side, where she can bake cookies with them; she also plays games with kids at first, so she and they can see how they think about things. Her office has a therapy swing for kids, located behind a set of doors. For a current child patient who is having difficulty, Dr. Danenberg will go to the school to ask for accomodations and services, and she both helps to initiate and attends individualized education program (IEP) meetings. Dr. Danenberg’s office hours are Tuesday through Friday, mid-morning to late evening. Her sessions are 45 minutes; EMDR session are 1 1/2 to 2 hours, and somatic experiencing sessions can be longer too. Both depend on how quickly the processing is going in that session. Dr. Danenberg is not on insurance company panels; however, some have been able to advocate with their insurance company to have their insurance company contract with her for a single case. Her office is located in an office building close to the North White Plains train station, convenient to two highways, and her building has an additional entrance that is handicapped accessible. Metered, street parking is readily available. Dr Danenberg works with people with physical disabilities, including people in wheelchairs, who are able to park in the parking lot and access her office using the elevator. Contact Dr. Danenberg by phone at (914) 390-0220. For more information, please see her website at www.loridanenberg.com.