Arlene Neuman has more than twenty-five years of experience as an individual, group and couples therapist. She received her MSW from The Hunter School of Social Work and completed her post-graduate work at the Psychoanalytic Institute for Clinical Social Workers. Arlene has extensive experience teaching and supervising other clinicians at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies, The Fifth Avenue Center for Counseling and Psychotherapy and the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society.

Arlene is committed to expanding her knowledge base and skills, staying current with up to date therapeutic modalities. She trained in mindfulness and meditation with John Welwood, and advanced her approach to couples therapy with Terry Real and the Relational Life Institute. For the last two decades, Arlene has been part of the Systems Centered Training (SCT), which teaches a transformative change-based approach to therapy for individuals, groups and couples.