Rebecca Kronman, LCSW, is a licensed therapist with more than six years clinical experience. At her private practice in Brooklyn, she specializes in working with creative professionals. Using Mindfulness techniques and Somatic Intervention, she works with clients to cope with issues such as depression, anxiety and life transitions. In addition, she helps with preparation for and harm reduction from psychedelic use; post-experience, she works on integrating insights or coping with subsequent challenges.
As a frequent presenter, Ms. Kronman facilitates interactive workshops for creative businesses, female entrepreneurs and the startup community on topics such as Mindfulness at Work for Creatives and Imposter Syndrome. She has been featured in publications such as Well+Good and Refinery29.
Rebecca holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work. Selected postgraduate trainings include Somatic Interventions, Mindfulness for Clinicians, Psychedelic Harm Reduction and Integration and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction.
How I work with clients
I am adept at creating a safe environment and building trust with people who are apprehensive about the therapeutic process. I am patient and empathetic; I don’t shy away from offering feedback and respectful challenges. I work experientially, so I’m often asking about an’ experience in the present moment. Most of my clients get homework, assignments that we create collaboratively to test out new techniques, which can help progress go faster and change be more enduring.