Leebie Grinberg, Therapist, LSW
Connect and Heal
Leebie Grinberg is a couples-forward Licensed Social Worker (LSW) with a Master’s degree from Rutgers University. She has experience working as a therapist and clinician in both inpatient and outpatient facilities. Leebie’s wide-range of expertise helps her get to the core of relationship conflicts to uncover the underlying habits and patterns that impede closeness and intimacy. Leebie has worked with individuals in all phases of life. She’s run various groups, including interpersonal therapy groups and psychoeducational programming that supports LGBTQ+ inclusivity and visibility. This makes her an expert in skills-based couples counseling tailored to each couples’ unique attributes and ways of being.
Leebie’s approach to therapy is collaborative, and her goal is to provide a warm and inclusive therapy space where clients feel comfortable to be their full selves.
Results-Driven Couples Therapy
Leebie has training in multiple evidence-based treatments that she incorporates into her practice. She is trained in the Gottman Method for Couples Therapy and Imago Relationship Therapy, using a tailored approach with each set of clients to provide a reparative foundation. Leebie also utilizes a cognitive, psychodynamic approach to couples therapy including the use of motivational interviewing from a strengths-based perspective, cognitive restructuring using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Reality Therapy, Constructive Narrative Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). She has been providing culturally competent and LGBTQIA+ affirming treatment for clients struggling with depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders, grief and loss, self-harming behaviors, thought disorders, gender dysphoria, body dysmorphia, struggles with self-image, and changes across the lifespan.
In her spare time, Leebie enjoys spending time with her family, reading, paint pouring, working with metal or jewlery, and doing various arts and crafts and science projects with her kids.