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About Dr. Berger | Dr. Glenn Berger PhD, Psychotherapist - The Blog

About Dr. Berger

Dr. Glenn Berger, PhD

Phone: 917 596 0650


Dr. Glenn Berger is a psychotherapist, relationship counselor, business coach, artist’s coach,  young person’s mentor, and published author. He sees patients at 108 East 38th Street in New York, at 153 Main Street in Mt. Kisco, NY and around the world by Skype.

Buy his book, Never Say No to a Rock Star: In the Studio with Dylan, Jagger, Sinatra and More,

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I am passionate about the work I do and proud of the hundreds of individuals I have helped to grow and heal; the couples I have helped to develop vital, sustaining, relationships; the artists I have helped to realize their vision; the young people I have helped to find their life-path; and the business people I have helped to create success.

I draw my skills from the wisdom of the ages, the latest scientific research, and cutting-edge clinical techniques.

As a musician, writer, and inventor, I bring the perspective and understanding of the artist to my work.

As someone who has worked in advertising and ran my own business, I understand the ambitions of the entrepreneur, the goals of the business leader, and the aspirations of the employee.

My happy marriage, two children, and dog named Ollie, allow me to understand the struggles and joys of relationship and parenting from the inside.

Beyond any training, my qualities as a counselor come from my devotion to my own growth.

Your safety is my number one priority.

Because I will respect who you are, you will be able to trust me with your deepest truths.

I listen deeply and will have compassion for your life story.

I will be with you through difficulties, setbacks, and triumphs.

My humor provides perspective and will lighten your load.

Through the connection we form, I will help you become stronger and more confident, solve your problems, and realize your dreams.


Dr. Berger’s Training, Credentials, and Accomplishments

Dr. Berger received his Masters Degree in Social Work from New York University, and his PhD in Psychotherapy from the International University of Graduate Studies. He is licensed to practice by the State of New York.

He is a graduate of a 4-year Post Graduate program in Gestalt Therapy from the Gestalt Associates of Pyschotherapy, NY. He is a certified practitioner of EMDR. He has studied the Imago method of relationship therapy with its inventor, Harville Hendrix.

Dr. Berger has a passion for Chinese philosophy, fairy tales, and Jungian psychology.

He is versed in the latest theories of trauma, ADD, and neuro-emotional development.

Dr. Berger is an active blogger and has hundreds of articles published on multiple websites.

He is the inventor of a series of iPhone apps for emotional problems, called “Shrinky’s Remedies.”

Prior to becoming a psychotherapist, Dr. Berger spent 2 decades working in the music industry as a recording engineer, producer, composer, and singer. He has worked with luminaries including Bob Dylan, Mick Jagger, Paul Simon, Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Bob Fosse, and Judy Collins.

Dr. Berger is the winner of the Nicholas Schaffner Award for Music in Literature for his book, The Schlepper and the Superstar: Torment and Glory with Dylan, Jagger, Sinatra, et al, which will be published by Schaffner Press in Spring, 2016.

He is also the author of a children’s book, Princess Chantik and the Outside World.


  1. Ken Swart /

    Dr. Glenn, I’m a psychologist here in Las Vegas, working presently for the Department of Veteran’s Affairs. You sound like someone I’d be best friends with. Who knows, I already like what I read and your smile says it all. Very engaging! And honest. God bless!

    Ken Swartz, Psy.D. Las Vegas, NV

  2. Dr Berger, thank you so much for your clear and concise blogs. I love your web site, and your commitment to your growth and development. I am inspired. I am a licensed clinical social worker from Michigan living in AZ. I have been discussing with my colleagues that I thought Trump had a mental health disorder. So glad that you were courageous enough to share your professional opinion. Keep speaking up!

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