Madelyn Bart, LCSW

Madelyn Bart is a licensed clinical social worker at MindWell NYC. She specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), with a particular expertise and interest in treating anxiety, difficulty managing emotions, eating disorders, and trauma. Madelyn provides individual and group therapy to adolescents, young adults, and adults at MindWell NYC.

Madelyn is a member of the New York City Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Association. Prior to joining MindWell NYC, she was a therapist and clinical supervisor at Columbus Park Eating Disorder Experts, where she delivered adherent CBT-E and DBT therapy to college students and adults throughout the life span struggling with eating disorders, body image issues, and trauma. Madelyn also supervised new clinicians and was engaged in her own private practice in the NYC community.

Madelyn received clinical training as an intern at St Luke’s Roosevelt Hospital’s Child and Family Institute, where she provided outpatient treatment to children, adolescents and their families utilizing both CBT and DBT. Madelyn also worked as a primary therapist at The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services, delivering trauma-focused therapy to adolescents, young adults and their families in a residential setting. She has been comprehensively trained in standard DBT, DBT-ED (for eating disorders) and DBT-PE (treatment for PTSD). She also has extensive training in Exposure Therapy, Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Clinical Perfectionism (CBT-P).

Madelyn earned her M.S.S.W in clinical social work from Columbia University where she was a member of Columbia University’s yearlong Dialectical Behavior Therapy Training and Lab Program. She obtained her B.A. in Psychology from George Washington University.

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