Dr. Inessa Manevich is a licensed clinical psychologist. She attended the University of Pennsylvania as an undergraduate and attained her graduate degrees in clinical psychology from Columbia University in New York City. While at Columbia, she worked at the college counseling center at New York University. She did her clinical internship at Friends Hospital, a private in-patient psychiatric hospital in Philadelphia, and her post-doctoral training in a private practice in Philadelphia, Alternative Choices, specializing in helping families live with autism-related diagnoses. She also has volunteered as clinical faculty at UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. For the past ten years she has worked in her private practice in Santa Monica, helping individuals of all ages through many of life’s adjustments specializing in Anxiety, Asperger Syndrome/high functioning autism, postpartum issues, family dynamics and issues of acculturation.
Kenneth M. Adams, Overcoming Enmeshment