44 Elm Street Morristown NJ 07960
Clinical Psychologist, NJ Lic 3284
Catherine Bianchi, PhD
Individual, play and family therapy. Formally trained to see adults as well as the full age range of children from infancy through teens and early adulthood.
Attachment, Infancy and Early Childhood, Developmental Assessment and Educational Planning, Trauma and Chronic Developmental Trauma.
Field Supervisor and Lecturer, Rutgers Graduate School of Applied Professional Psychology; Faculty member, Center for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis of NJ.
In network with DCPP, Qualcare, Medicaid and Medicare. Will provide assistance accessing out of network benefits for other insurance companies.
I’ve been in practice in Morristown for 25 years. I offer attachment and trauma informed therapy, I work in individual, play, and family therapy. My dissertation was in Attachment Theory, and then I went on to have a great deal of formal post doctoral training in attachment, infancy & early childhood, and trauma.
My practice focuses on helping parents understand the special attachment needs of adoptive and foster children. I often provide developmental evaluations for children who have been adopted and then help with educational planning for trauma and adoption related concerns.
I often see parents with pre- and post-adoption concerns in early, late, domestic and international adoptions; Feelings of grief and loss about infertility related to a decision to adopt; the choice to give a child up for adoption; or concerns about donor conception and surrogacy have brought many people to my practice.
I also see adults with a history of adoption, search and reunion concerns, and/or concerns with identity, grief and loss, or trauma.
Finally, I provide forensic consultation in these areas to educational and family practice attorneys.