Eva Fogelman, PhD, Psychologist in New York
You're single, and haven't found your soulmate, or you're in a committed relationship that's impossible. You're depressed, anxious, and have low self-esteem. You or your family has suffered through a historical trauma and you still feel like a victim. You've been trying to conceive, and nature or your partner is uncooperative. You've lost your sense of how to cope and move forward. If any of these concerns are holding you back from realizing your potential or expressing your creative talents, then perhaps it's time to receive some insight, support and hope from a psychoanalytic psychotherapist with 35 years of experience.
I'm the pioneer scholar of intergenerational consequences of historical traumas such as those suffered by Holocaust survivors, Native Americans, Cambodians, Armenians, and African Americans. I started the first therapy group for children of Holocaust survivors in 1976 and organized the first conference on the topic in 1979. I train and supervise professionals in the US and abroad.
I specialize in treating couples in seemingly impossible relationships, as well as those with fertility struggles and multi-generational family businesses. I work with patients to help reduce anxiety, alleviate depression, find a satisfying, secure professional life, and enhance self-esteem and decision-making abilities.
Take the first step to help. Call or Email Eva Fogelman now - (646) 600-8257


  • Years in Practice: 20+ Years
  • School: City University of New York Graduate Center
  • Year Graduated: 1987
  • License No. and State: 012449 New York


  • Sliding Scale: Yes
  • Accepts Insurance: Yes

Accepted Insurance Plans
  • Aetna
  • BlueCross and BlueShield
  • Medicare
Verify your health insurance coverage when you arrange your first visit.

Eva Fogelman's Groups

Holocaust Child Survivors

This group is in formation and will offer a supportive environment in which to explore the experiences of those who were thirteen and under at the start of Nazi persecution of Jews in their countries. The impact of dehumanization, massive trauma, and multiple losses sixty five years ago continues into adulthood and old age.

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Children of Holocaust Survivors Group

This is a long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy group for individuals whose parents survived the Holocaust. Psychological issues explored include: victim-persecutor dynamics, intimate relations, Jewish identity, self-esteem, mourning, parent-child conflict, work-related problems, and long-term consequences of historical traumas.

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  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Relationship Issues
  • Infertility


  • Adoption
  • Anxiety
  • Career Counseling
  • Depression
  • Divorce
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Domestic Violence
  • Grief
  • Identity and Self-Esteem
  • Parenting
  • Spirituality

Mental Health

  • Elderly Persons Disorders

Treatment Approach

Treatment Orientation

  • Family / Marital
  • Group Psychotherapy
  • Psychoanalytic
  • Relational Psychoanalysis
  • Systems Approach


  • Individuals
  • Couples
  • Family
Last Modified: 02 Feb 2017
Eva Fogelman, PhD, Psychologist in New York

Eva Fogelman

Psychologist, PhD