At this time, during the COVID-19 shelter in place order, Dr. Winograd has moved her practice online. If you are interested in making an appointment for a consultation for online therapy, please call the office to speak directly with Dr. Winograd. Once this public health crisis has resolved, appointments will be scheduled in her office in Chatham, NJ.
Wendy Winograd is a licensed clinical social worker and nationally certified psychoanalyst. She has been in private practice in Chatham, New Jersey since 2003, where she provides psychotherapy to individuals, couples and adolescents.
Dr. Winograd is a member of the faculty of New Jersey Institute for Training in Psychoanalysis and the Center for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis of New Jersey as well as Rutgers Preparatory School.
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I am trying to figure out the best options for my sister. Our mother (who she lived with) recently passed away. My sister, has emotional difficulties, extreme anxiety, ADD and various other health issues. She has never had a job and has always been cared for by my mother…..now that my mother has passed, we collectively as a family are trying to figure out options for my sister. Where to live, getting her welfare, can she get a job? Etc…. My sister is 29 years of age…. I don’t know if this is an area you can possibly help in, but I would be all ears to any ideas you or anyone else in the field may have?
I am not an expert at accessing resources such as welfare. It does seem that she will need that as well as a good therapist, if she doesn’t already have one. I suggest you check her insurance for a therapist and your town or county for resources such as someone who can help with welfare and, perhaps, job counseling. A community mental health center in your county might be a good place to start. Best of luck to you