Iréné Celcer is a mental health professional and parenting expert with specialties that include cultural issues that may affect individuals who need to adapt to their new country.
Ms. Celcer works with parents whose children are affected by ADD, bullying, eating problems or body image issues as well as with individuals and couples affected by infertility, or who are going through third party reproductive assistance, or the process of adoption. Post-infertility, she works with parents who want to disclose special beginnings to their offspring.
A regular guest on CNN, she has extensive expertise in eating disorders, body image perceptions, and women’s issues. In addition to her authorships and philanthropic work, she maintains a private practice. Iréné Celcer lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia.
Iréné Celcer LCSW does consultations via her virtual office.
You need a regular computer to be able to see her online. You will need to download a program that will make the session private due to encryption.
If you want to learn more about this way of getting online therapy, you may call her at 404 869-8902 or contact her via firstname.lastname@example.org . You can also reach her via her Website: www.irecelcer.com or Twitter: @irenecelcer or, via su FB: facebook.com/celcerirene.
Using the old method of a phone call will be faster and will allow you direct contact to ask the questions you need.
- LCSW Atlanta, GA CSW 003079
- Lic. en Psicología 6433 (Argentina)
Payment can be via: Paypal , Money Order, checks.
Iréné Celcer has appeared in numerous televised broadcasts and videos, discussing topics in her areas of expertise in both English and Spanish. Covered areas include the cultural biases and stereotypes of dieting and cosmetic surgery, teen body image development, and the impact of weather on eating disorders.
Ms. Celcer’s recently released (November 2014) and MOST awaited book!
99 Tips to Reset the Table: Parenting in a Society Obsessed with Food, Weight, Obesity, & Body Image (Graphite Press, 2014), which provides family guidance on negotiating societal pressures to eat (or not eat) and fit distorted body image ideals.
¿Usted creía imposible comunicarse con su hija adolescente?: Temas para charlar ¡ya mismo! This book addresses the mother-daughter bond, providing suggestions on how to “talk” with your daughter, along with how to “listen” to her so she knows that she’s being heard and respected.
Forthcoming (Spring 2014) are the eBook versions of Ms. Celcer’s acclaimed Hope & Will Have a Baby series, a children’s book collection on third party reproductive assistance (Graphite Press, 2007, 2010, 2014). Each of the six books in this collection follows an inquisitive little boy who learns of his parents’ quest to have children, and the success they ultimately achieve in creating a family.
Keep in touch with Ms. Celcer on numerous social media platforms. In addition, you may contact her by email.