Claudia Ribas CV
Private Practice in Charlotte, NC. 2018 – Present
Professional Offices in Westchester, NY. 2000-2018.
Provide psychotherapy and evaluations for immigration waivers to individuals, couples, families and groups with a particular focus on immigration and the immigrant experience. Clinical concentration on experiences of immigration, exile, and displacement and their attendant emotional and social challenges. Clinical expertise in working with the GLBT community. My professional and personal knowledge of multifaceted identity makes me especially sensitive to issues of cultural selfhood and adjustment.
Professional Offices Manhattan, NY. 2000-2003.
Provide psychotherapy and evaluations for immigration waivers to individuals, couples, families and groups with a particular focus on immigration and the immigrant experience.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
in Psychoanalysis, Honorary Degree | Southern California University for Professional Studies
Master of Social Work. May, 2000.
New York University – NY
Master of Arts. Psychology. May, 1998.
Fairfield University – CT
Bachelor of Arts. May, 1991.
Manhattanville College – NY
Honorary Ph.D. in Psychoanalysis
Group dynamics for Peer Support Group Facilitators. Training workshop for support group leaders – group dynamics, leadership skills, authority, boundaries and task. The LOFT. November, 2002.
Crossing Boundaries: A workshop on managing difference. North Central University, October 2004.
Authority, Leadership and Organizational Life in a Rapidly Changing World. A six-day residential Group Relations Working Conference. The Washington Baltimore Center of the A. K. Rice Institute. Bryn Mawr College, PA. Role: Member. Director: Lamis K. Jarrar, Ph.D. August, 2001.
Authority and Management: Mentoring, Competition and Succession. A weekend non-residential conference Sponsored by the New York Center of the AK Rice Institute. Director: Geoffry Reed, PhD. December2000.
Instructor/Adjunct Professor of Psychology. SUNY/Westchester Community College Fall 1998 – Fall 1999. Dept. of Psychology. Taught several sections of General psychology, Theories of Personality and Abnormal Psychology.
Full-time Graduate Student Advisor/Facilitator for the Center of Multicultural Relations. Fairfield University – Fairfield, CT – Fall 96/Spring 97 – Responsible for mentoring undergraduate students, and for cultural and academic advisement for the Native American association and the Spanish, Latino and Caribbean Association