Dr. Judy A. Levitz is a practicing psychologist and psychoanalyst in New York City. She is the founding director of the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center where she holds the position of Board President and is a member of the PPSC faculty and supervisory staff.
80 Fifth Avenue
New York, N.Y. 10011
Individual AND COUPLES Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis
Individual and Couples Therapy Sessions of 45-60 minutes can be scheduled weekly, bi-weekly or monthly for issues relating to anxiety, depression, identity, parenting, stage of life adjustment, relationships and more.
business and organizational consultation
Consultations of 60-120 minutes can be scheduled to assist businesses and for-profit organizations with: start-up mission formulation, employer-employee relationship issues, organizational structure and flow advice, and conflict resolution.
Individual Supervision Sessions of 45 minutes can be scheduled weekly or as needed. I work to help the therapist formulate effective interventions using case material and countertransference information. My theoretical orientations lean heavily towards Modern Psychoanalytic and Object Relations while also incorporating Attachment Theory, Self Psychology and Relational approaches.
professional writing consultation
In-Person or remote meetings can be scheduled for clinical practitioners and analytic candidates to receive feedback and guidance on articles being prepared for publication or final certification papers.
supervision and training groups
Supervision and Training Groups consist of 5-8 members in groups that meet weekly or monthly for 1.5 hours. Each group session is devoted to anywhere from 1-3 case issues which are discussed in depth with an eye towards understanding leading dynamics as well as transference /countertransference feelings and enactments. From this, tailored interventions can be developed which will help the treatment go forward and deeper.
non-profit organizational consulting
Consultations of 60-120 minutes can be scheduled to assist administrators of non-profit organizations with: clarification of mission statements, organizational structure, budget review, policies and procedures, team problem solving and relationship issues.