Ms. Sacramone is Chair of the Schools committee at the American Psychoanalytic Association, and Co-Chair of the Child, Adolescent and Parent Committee at the International Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy.
The basis of Ms. Sacramone’s approach to fostering change with clients is based on the developmental processes that we understand through neuroscience, video microanalysis and attachment research. We influence and respond to each other when we interact with each other. Over time, those interactions can change how we think, feel, work, play and have relationships. In her practice, Ms. Sacramone views that influence, response and change as a therapeutic process.
She practices that process in ways that lead to the vital growth of the client. Part of that vital growth is the development of rich and fulfilling relationships in love and work.
Ms. Sacramone treats adults and children. In addition to her private practice, she has designed innovative models for school and community interventions that help both children and adults.
She has published and presented widely on psychoanalytic perspectives and applications in large social groups. A selected list can be found here.