“I believe we have all experienced Full Circle Moments.

They deepen our lives and, once shared, enrich the lives of others.

They are at once personal and universal.”

~ Jane Genende, Author of  THE LOST TRIBE OF THE ANDES

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A Full Circle Moment

Jane Genende is a State licensed Psychotherapist, LCSW-R who has been in private practice in New York City, since 1984.

She is currently Supervisor of  Staff  Therapists

and Social Work Interns at Washington Square

Institute for Psychology.

She received her MSW from the New York University School of Social Work, and became a member of the New York State Society of Clinical Social Work Psychotherapists, in 1979.

Ms. Genende completed the Hunter College Post Masters Program in Advanced Clinical Social Work, in 1984.

She has continued an affiliation with The Washington Square Institute For Mental Health since 1984. Ms. Genende completed a Post Graduate course in Character Analysis at the Institute in 1992. She has participated in several seminars and conferences sponsored by the Institute.

Ms. Genende’s therapeutic approach is insight-oriented, supportive psychotherapy. She specializes in working with individuals coping with issues related to depression, anxiety, phobias, creative blocks, work and career problems, relationship difficulties, substance abuse, alcoholism, eating disorders and bereavement. She provides crisis intervention and short-term treatment.

Ms. Genende has published the following article, based on her clinical experience:

“A Therapist’s Pregnancy: An Opportunity for Conflict Resolution and Growth, in the Treatment of Homosexual Men.”

Journal of Clinical Social Work, Spring 1988: Vol. 16, No.1

Ms. Genende may be reached via e-mail at:


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