Jaye Moyer, LCSW-R
Hello. I practice and live in the Hudson Valley and Manhattan. I am a licensed psychotherapist and a clinical supervisor with over 25 years of experience. I am a certified trainer, educator and practitioner of Psychodrama, Sociometry and Group Psychotherapy. I currently work with individuals, couples and groups, blending experiential investigation with mindfulness and dialogue.
I earned my MSW from New York University’s Graduate School of Clinical Social Work. I received my formal psychodramatic training at the Sociometric Institute in NYC. In addition, I studied the integration of meditation with therapeutic practice at the Institute of Meditation and Psychotherapy. Recently, I completed a one-year training program given by the Couples Institute of Menlo Park, CA.
I’ve had an active private psychotherapy practice since 1994. During this time I’ve counseled and consulted with various mental health and social service agencies, including Hudson Valley Mental Health, JFS, (Middletown, NY) and ACS of Orange County. I am currently a faculty member of the Psychodrama Training Institute of New York.
My work history also includes positions in several clinical agencies, starting at Greenwich House Alcohol Treatment Program. I was clinical supervisor of Group Services of GMHC, one of the nation’s largest group programs dealing with HIV/AIDS. For seven years I was adjunct faculty at NYU, teaching clinical practice and group work to second-year graduate students.
In 2005, I co-created the “Labyrinth” series for women with Jacquie Siroky. We also founded and co-created IntegralTherapy.net, where our programs explore the intersection of mindfulness, compassion and psychotherapy.