Dr. Laurie Nadel
Empathic. Responsive. Experienced.
Dr. Laurie Nadel sees clients in New York City and Long Island .
In private practice since 1991, her specialty is helping people with anxiety issues: acute stress/traumatic events, PTSD, and phobias.
Dr. Nadel works with attorneys to help women who have been sexually abused, harassed or assaulted in the workplace.
She provides assessments and written reports to document psychological damage resulting from sexual trauma. Dr. Nadel can provide referrals to New York State attorneys who have been successful in obtaining settlements for workplace-related sexual abuse claims. (Her first career as a network news writer and producer from 1979 to 1987 gave her first-hand knowledge of and empathy for sexual abuse survivors.)
For more information about Dr. Nadel's practice, please click here.
With doctorates in cognitive psychology and clinical hypnotherapy, she has completed post-doctoral diplomas in clinical homeopathy and clinical training in mind-body medicine with Dr. Herbert Benson She is a master practitioner of NLP. From 1994 -2004, she spent part of each year living and training with indigenous healers and shamans in South America so that she can offer accelerated changework that draws upon ancient wisdom and cutting edge new science.
Her new book, The Five Gifts: Uncommon Wisdom for Troubling Times, will be published by Health Communications Inc. in 2018.
For more information, please contact her. See our Contact page now.
After the Fall: The Rise of a 9/11 Community Center
On September 11, 2001, the main buildings at New York's World Trade Center were destroyed, killing thousands of people and leaving their families and friends bereft. Dr. Nadel ran one of the key support programs created to help victims' loved ones cope with their loss. Subsequently, Dr. Nadel wrote a film about this effort, After the Fall: The Rise of a 9/11 Community Center. Previously, for the tenth anniversary of the tragedy, Dr. Nadel wrote an article for Huffington Post depicting an episode of her experience.