Phyllis  Kosminsky Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Phyllis Kosminsky

private practice

Phyllis Kosminsky has provided counseling services to the bereaved for the past twenty years. She has conducted hundreds of clinical trainings for mental health professionals and has written on a range of topics related to normal and problematic grief.


Phyllis Kosminsky is a clinical social worker specializing in grief, loss and trauma. She uses traditional psychotherapy as well as specialized techniques for the treatment of trauma to address recent losses and those that may have occurred years in the past. Her first book, Getting Back to Life When Grief Won't Heal, was published in 2007. Currently she resides in Westchester County, New York, where she maintains a private practice and continues to write on topics related to grief and loss.


    MSW Columbia University, PhD, Brandeis University

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Dr. Kosminsky's current writing focuses on the role of attachment in adaptation to loss.


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