Nancy Turret, L.C.S.W
Nancy Turret, L.C.S.W. provides psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral
therapy to individuals, couples and families in her private practice. She is a dedicated and caring professional who treats adults and children who have psychiatric conditions, including depression, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and bipolar disorder.
Nancy Turret has been a senior clinical and research psychiatric social worker at The New York State Psychiatric Institute since 1986. As an instructor in Clinical Psychiatric Social Work at Columbia University, she has trained medical students, residents, graduate students in social work including doctorate fellows. Nancy Turret has been involved in several different roles and responsibilities at The New York State Psychiatric Institute. In the Department of Geriatric Psychiatry, she administers diagnostic assessments and ongoing rating scales for the Adult and Late Life Depression Clinic. As a therapist in the Complicated Bereavement Protocol, she provides an innovative individual psychotherapy developed by Katherine Shear, M.D. for the treatment of complicated grief. Under the auspices of the Brain Stimulation and Therapeutic Modulation Division, she utilizes a variety of rating instruments to assess patient’s participating in studies involving Magnetic Seizure Therapy. In addition, Nancy Turret has provided individual, family, and group services on the in-patient General Clinical Services Unit, the in-patient Schizophrenia Unit as well as outpatient departments treating affective disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders and a variety of other psychiatric illnesses.