Sivan Cohen is a clinical psychotherapist and mental health advocate based in New York. She focuses and gears her work in behavioral health by using empowerment techniques to offer insight towards self-acceptance, authenticity, and self-awareness.
She earned her B.A. in Psychology from Queens College and her M.S.W. from Adelphi University. She conducted her clinical training through NorthShore-LIJ's Department of Psychiatry in Addiction at NorthShore University Hospital. She has clinical experience in the treatment of adults, children, couples, and families.
Her areas of specialty include anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationships, eating disorders, along with a wide range of other mental health conditions. She is passionate about helping those around her by providing a safe space to explore their journey.
She has spent numerous years working within the realm of eating disorders as a program director at an intensive outpatient program. She has obtained her Clinical Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor Trainee (CASAC-T) certification and a Diploma in Personal Nutrition.
She is also certified in CBT-E (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders) through Oxford University's CREDO initiative. She earned her Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) training while working with psychopharmacology and psychiatry.
She helps those on their recovery path by combining elements of CBT, DBT, ACT, mindfulness, and holistic wellness. She currently has a private practice in Garden City, New York. In 2018, her private practice was presented with the Best of Garden City Award.