About Dr. Leibovitz
Dr. David Leibovitz founded the Hopewell Springs Counseling Center in 2009. Dr. Leibovitz is a Licensed Psychologist in New Jersey. He is an active member of both the American Psychological Association (APA) and the New Jersey Psychological Association (NJPA). Dr. Leibovitz has also served as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the Rowan University (formerly known as the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey (2005 - 2014).
Dr. Leibovitz's broad background in the behavioral sciences includes having earned a doctorate in clinical psychology from the Yeshiva University in New York. Dr. Leibovitz's formal education, post-doctoral training, well-rounded professional experience, and demonstrated commitment to continued education give him the competence and clinical repertoire to employ an integrative approach to assessing and effectively treating a multitude of psychological issues and disorders.
Dr. Leibovitz treats individuals as well as couples. Specifically, he specializes in the assessment and treatment of depression, anxiety, OCD. panic attacks, grief, relationship problems, marriage issues, personality disorders, chronic pain, ADD, anger, and more. Dr. Leibovitz also has considerable testing experience including bariatric surgery evaluations, ordered mental health evaluations for jobs, school, courts, immigration, full diagnostic testing, bariatric surgery clearance, and others.
Dr. Leibovitz has also been prominent in his sharing of his psychological expertise in various news outlets including on the radio on 94.1 WIP sports radio, 97.9 PRAISE Radio, on TV including NBC 10 5:00 evening news, in print media including the Burlington County Times, Courier Post, and in South Jersey Magazine. Most prominently, Dr, Leibovitz appeared as a weekly feature on Philadelphia's 94WIP sports radio. The featured 30 minute segment, called "Therapy Thursdays" had been part of the "Anthony Gargano & Rob Ellis show". About Dr. Ferenschak
Dr. Michael Ferenschak is the Assistant Director of Hopewell Springs Counseling Center. He is a Licensed Psychologist in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Dr. Ferenschak has served as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Rowan University and at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
Dr. Ferenschak earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from La Salle University. He also completed a fellowship at the VA Maryland Health Care System with a focus on evidence-based treatment of PTSD and trauma. Dr. Ferenschak has been a co-author on multiple peer-reviewed publications and has presented research at several professional conferences.
“Dr. Mike” treats both individuals and couples utilizing evidence based practices. Specifically, he specializes in the treatment of anxiety, OCD, depression, anger, stress management, trauma, and sport/performance psychology. He is also well-versed in the psychological assessment of psychopathology, personality, intelligence, and other areas. He is adept at evaluations including for pre-surgery, immigration issues, emotional support animals, and forensics. Most importantly, he is committed to helping his patients live meaningful, value-driven lives.
About Dr. Chiumento
Dr. Deborah Chiumento is a Licensed Psychologist in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM). Her internship and post-doctoral fellowship training was also completed at PCOM where she focused on behavioral medicine and evidence based treatment approaches with an under-served community patient population with various mental and physical issues. "Dr. Debbie's" past work history includes serving as the attending psychologist in primary care at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. Chiumento specializes in the assessment and cognitive behavioral treatment of anxiety, depression, relationship struggles/marital counseling, personality disorders, grief and loss, and health issues.
About Kimberly R. Leibovitz
Kimberly Leibovitz, MSS, LSW, CSSW is a clinically trained psychotherapist licensed in New Jersey. Mrs. Leibovitz earned her Master's degree in Social Service from the Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania. Mrs. Leibovitz has extensive training in working with families and treating children and teens for a multitude of clinical issues including anxiety, depression, behavioral issues, family/relationship issues, and school/social related issues.
Kimberly uses an integrative approach to her clinical work including applied behavior analysis, cognitive behavioral therapy, and evidence-based intervention strategies.
In addition to her clinical experience, Mrs. Leibovitz has significant experience in education and has professionally managed 504s, IEPs and has formal training in school law and policy.
Kimberly's broad background in the behavioral sciences includes spending over 2 decades working clinically with children including: conducting school-based counseling, heading child study teams in NJ schools, and participating in Camden County special services director meetings. She has worked in conjunction with local community leaders including the assemblywoman's and mayor's offices to meet the needs of our school-aged population.
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