Moshe R. Manheim LCSW -  Psychotherapy, Supervision and Presentations
  • Master in Social work from Virginia Commonwealth University, 1982
  • Bachelor's in Education from Washington University in St. Louis in 1977   
  • Certified in "Collaborative Proactive Solutions" by Ross Greene, Author of The Explosive Child  
  • Extensive training in Contribution Training with Peter Fleming, founder of The Pellin Institute, London and Italy

Moshe has lived in Atlanta since 1984. His experience includes:
  • Chairman of the Ga. National Association of Social Worker's chapter Ethics Committee 2017-19.
  • 16 years at The Marcus Autism Center working with families and children in all of Marcus' programs.
  • 9 years at CHOA Egleston as a family therapist and clinical social worker.
  • Consultant to Emory University's in-patient psychiatric program.  
  • Moshe is the only clinical social worker to have been appointed to Emory's Child Psychiatry faculty.  

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