is the foundation for productive therapy. Shoshana’s extensive experience provides the basis for achieving great results.


Shoshana’s affiliations include: The Society for Sex Therapy and Research (SSTAR); The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT); The American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA); the National Association of Social Workers (NASW); and the Female Interdisciplinary Group in Sexuality (FIGS) in Jerusalem, Israel.

Shoshana has taught and presented her work both nationally and internationally. She has taught professional audiences how to integrate sexual issues into couples therapy, and has been enthusiastically received in Argentina, Chile, Israel and New York. She has also spoken extensively about non-traditional and non-nuclear families living in traditional communities, and she has presented her work in a variety of venues. Additonally, Shoshana has been published in both scholarly journals as well as in the lay press. For a complete list of presentations, lectures and workshops that she has given, or for more information, please contact Shoshana directly.


Shoshana Bulow, LCSW, PhD is a psychotherapist in private practice in Manhattan and Riverdale, NY. She earned her Bachelors degree in Psychology from Columbia University, her Masters degree in Social Work from Case Western Reserve University, and her PhD in Clinical Social Work from New York University. She continued her postgraduate studies at The Ackerman Institute for the Family and the NYU Medical School Comprehensive Sex Therapy Program.

In addition to her private practice, Shoshana is on faculty at the Ackerman Institute for the Family as a teacher, supervisor and project member. She teaches and presents her work nationally and internationally, and is a reviewer for two scholarly Social Work journals.

Shoshana has also served on the faculty of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine as a clinical supervisor. For the 2008-2009 academic year, she taught and supervised at the Family Institute in Jerusalem, Israel.

See Shoshana quoted
in the New York Times