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Claudia Arlo

Adjunct Faculty
Phone: 212-636-6606
Email: carlo@fordham.edu
Office: Lincoln Center 726

Education

MSW, Fordham University, 2005

Medical Degree, University of Buenos Aires, 1991

Courses Taught

Advanced Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis Part I and Part II

Clinical practice I

Clinical Practice Seminar

Advanced Placement Integrative Seminar

Practice Experience

Claudia Arlo is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Group Psychotherapist and Addiction specialist. She has received a Medical degree from the University of Buenos Aires. Dr. Arlo has worked in the field of addiction for over seventeen years. She is versed in different modalities including Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Contingency Management, Motivational Interviewing and Psychodynamic and Analytic Group Psychotherapy. She has devoted most of her career to the psychosocial and psychotherapeutic treatment of traditionally considered multiply disordered and difficult to treat clients as well as regular clinical and group therapy practice.

She has received intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) at Sheppard Pratt. She has an Integrative and DBT informed private practice in New York. She is on Faculty at Fordham University‘s Graduate School of Social Service, NYU’s Program “Clinical Approaches to the Addictions” and the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society (EGPS) Training Program. She has presented in numerous national and international conferences. She is a Clinician at Mt Sinai Roosevelt Hosp. Addiction Institute NY, where she developed and coordinates an integrative program for individuals with co-occurring disorders .She is a Board Member of EGPS, and the Joint Board of the American Group Psychotherapy Association. She is in the editorial board of the International journal of Group Psychotherapy.