Ashleigh Andersen, LMSW
Prior to this role, she worked as the Intervention Coordinator at the NYC Alliance Against Sexual Assault and as a case manager at a domestic violence shelter. She also has experience as a social work intern at Brooklyn Defender Services Immigration Practice and Day One while receiving her Masters of Social Work from Hunter College, Silberman School of Social Work. She has used the last several years of working with survivors of GBV, SV, and IPV to develop a strength-based, anti-oppression, and intersectional approach that continues to inform her prevention and intervention advocacy.
LaTasha S. Barrow, LMSW
At the Jewish Board, I work at the Seymour Askin Clinic and off site at both Edward R. Murrow and John Dewey high schools, providing clients with weekly individual therapy, family therapy and collateral, as well as co-lead lead a teen group. Based on client need, psychiatric care and group therapy is available. At Edward R. Murrow High school, I provide the above detailed services for students who are referred for treatment. I work with clients who are struggling with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, ADHD, Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD), family conflict, decline in academic performance and a host of other diagnoses and symptoms. We utilize a client center approach utilizing different models to treat symptoms presented. I am particularly trained to work utilizing TF-CBT, CBT, and Motivational Interviewing models.
If you feel that you or your child is in need of help, please see guidance counselor for referral information.
Thelma Lyle BSC, HS-BCP
Katelyn Necastro, LCSW, MA
Fatima Walker, LCSW
I have worked with adolescents struggling with depression, ADHD, suicidality, psychiatric conditions, school anxiety, LGBTQ and transgender students, self-esteem issues, low school performance, family conflict and much more.
As a part of the School Assessment Team, I provide clinical recommendations and interventions for students to enhance their overall high school experience. I also provide counseling services, crisis intervention and general clinical support to parents, students and staff at Edward R. Murrow High School.
Dana Mendelson, LCSW MA
Hi! My name is Dana Mendelson and I’m a social worker from Brooklyn Center for Psychotherapy Counseling Program. Our program provides mental health counseling services for students at Murrow! We help students navigate interpersonal relationships, suicidality, anxiety/depression, identity formation, family dynamics, and stress management. I hope to motivate students to reach their true potential and promote a safe and comfortable atmosphere at school. I look forward to meeting you! Brooklyn Center for Psychotherapy provides individual and classroom level support and is able to assist students and families that may seek additional services outside of the school building.