Dr. Jakubowicz is the Founding Executive Director for the the Center for Human Development (A licensure qualifying psychoanalytic institute) Private Practice.
She works with individuals, couples and children and has supervision and therapy groups in private practice. Supervises, teaches, lectures and does training.
Modern Group, "The Use of Disturbing Countertransference Feelings in Working with AIDS Groups", Vol 1(1), 1996.
Modern Psychonalysis, “Enriching the Experience of Teaching Through Understanding and Using Countertransference
Feelings”, 1998, Vol 24(2), 1999.
MSW, PhD, LCSW
Humanitarian Award, 2008, Heed University, College of Psychoanalysis
NAAP Certified Psychoanalyst
Certified Group Psychotherapist-International Board for Certification of Group Psychotherapists
Ms. Jenefsky holds a Masters in Art Therapy from Pratt Institute and a certificate in Child and Family Therapy from NYU. She is co-founder and clinical director of NY Creative Arts Therapists, PLLC, a private group practice with three locations in NYC and the Hudson Valley. She has worked in juvenile justice and inpatient psychiatry. Ms. Jenefsky is a collaborator on "Just Do You", a SSSW research project designed to increase young adult engagement in mental health treatment. She co-authored “Feeling Connected and Understood: The Role of Creative Arts in Engaging Young Adults in Their Mental Health Services.” (Cole, Andrea, et al., Social Work with Groups, vol. 41, no. 1/2, Jan.-Jun 2018, pp. 6-20). She is a guest instructor at a Masters-level expressive therapies training program in Geneva, Switzerland, affiliated with the European Graduate School, and is on the teaching staff of Pratt Institute’s Art Therapy department.
Calla C. Jo sees people for psychoanalytic psychotherapy in private practice as well as at a clinic which serves Medicaid patients. She has worked running groups for APICHA Community Health Center and is on the faculty of the NYS licensure qualifying psychoanalytic institute Center for Human Development.
Areas of interest include: history of psychology and psychoanalysis, representations of the mentally ill in the media and literature, human development including current neurological research, and social justice issues around race and poverty.
Self financed BA from Yale College in 1988 in English. Graduated from New York University School of Social Work in 2000. Received degree from psychoanalytic institute, Center for Human Development in 2013. A prize winning ballet dancer, Calla taught at the Merce Cunningham Studio in the 1990's, danced with many choreographers and produced her own work as well.
Billye J. Jones, LCSW is an experienced clinician, supervisor, field instructor, administrator, program developer, and relationship builder. Billye incorporates her passion of child sexual abuse treatment, prevention and developing trauma informed programs in her multiple roles. She has performed extensive work with sexually abused children and adults as well as sexually reactive and aggressive youth.
In addition, Billye has trained therapists, students, parents, teachers, child welfare staff, attorneys, social workers and many others about issues relating to child sexual abuse. She was involved in all activities related to child sexual abuse prevention, which included panels, newspaper, radio, and television and even appeared in a documentary
Billye has a Master of Social Work degree from New York University. She attained a Post Master’s Certificate in Clinical Practice from NYU, an Advanced Certificate Program in Non- profit management from New York Medical College/Fordham University.
Jayson K. Jones, LMSW, is the Assistant Director of Clinical Education and Innovation at the McSilver Institute at NYU Silver, and the Research Coordinator for the Strategies to Reduce Inequality Initiative. Jayson develops and disseminates evidence-based, in person and web-based training for behavioral health providers and those working within poverty-impacted communities. He also assists with the development and coordination of cross-school research focused in the alleviation of systemic inequality. As an adjunct faculty member, Jayson serves as instructor for the Service Learning in Food Insecurity and Diversity, Racism, Oppression, and Privilege courses. His research and practice interests include the study of food insecurity, anti-oppressive practice, and the efficacy of online learning. In addition to his work at Silver, Jayson is the creator and host of the Black Boys and Men: Changing the Narrative podcast. Jayson holds a master’s degree from Columbia School of Social Work.