James R. Bleiberg, Psy.D.
349 West Lancaster Ave
Haverford, PA 19041
Background and Education
I earned a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology, Widener University. I received a Master’s Degree in Education from Harvard University and a Bachelor’s Degree from Haverford College. In addition to my private practice in Haverford, PA, I am a faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry.
Bleiberg, J. (2017). Leading counseling groups with adults: A demonstration of the art of engagement. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 67(1), 152-155.
Bleiberg, J. (2015). A model of leadership: Therapy groups for ambivalent emerging adults, Group, 38.4.
Bleiberg, J. & Baker, M. (2008). Working through co-transferences in inadvertent or unavoidable multiple relationships. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 3 (4) 465 – 487
Baron, J., Bierschwale, D., & Bleiberg, J. (2006). Clinical implications of students’ use of online communication for college psychotherapy, Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 20 (3).
Lefkowitz, C., Paharia, I., Prout, M., Debiak, D. & Bleiberg, J. (Dec 2005). Animal-assisted prolonged exposure: A treatment for survivors of sexual assault suffering with posttraumatic stress disorder. Society & Animals, 13(4).
Bleiberg, J. & Skufka, L. (2005). Clergy dual relationships and attachment. Pastoral Psychology, 54(1); 3-22.
Bleiberg, J.R. & Baron, J. (2004). Entanglement in dual relationships in university counseling center, Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 19 (1), 21-34.
Bleiberg, J.R. (2002). A pathway to wisdom, Congregations, 28, 5-7; 23.
Bleiberg, J.R. (1999). The seasons of a rabbi’s life: A psychological portrait. CCAR Journal, Winter Issue, 3-9.
Membership in Professional Organizations
- American Group Psychotherapy Association
- Pennsylvania Psychological Association
- Philadelphia Society for Psychoanalytic Psychology
- Central Conference of American Rabbis