Lauren A. Tetenbaum (she/her)

Master Social Worker, LMSW, JD, PMH-C

Contact Info



  • Master Social Worker
    New York


Scarsdale, NY 10583-5323
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Telephone: 914.721.0329

New York, NY 10065-5857
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Lauren A. Tetenbaum, LMSW, JD, PMH-C is an advocate and therapist whose mission is to empower others. She specializes in supporting women experiencing life transitions. With advanced training in perinatal mental health, Lauren currently provides clinical and coaching services to individuals and groups of working, new, and aspiring parents. She counsels millennials and young adults on topics including relationships, career paths, and anxiety disorders. She also advises clients on workplace policy issues related to flexibility and wellness.

Lauren resides outside her native New York City with her family, including her two young children. She spent a decade in the legal industry working with various clients at vulnerable points of their lives, including survivors of abusive relationships, immigrants trying to rebuild (Lauren is the daughter of Cuban immigrants herself and practiced as a Big Law associate), and overwhelmed attorneys trying to balance demanding careers with having a family. Lauren is actively involved in numerous efforts benefitting at-risk populations in her area and abroad. She is on the board of her town’s League of Women Voters and chairs the community service committees at her kids’ schools. She also volunteers on the Postpartum Support International helpline and as a RALLY booster for The Mom Project.

Lauren has been featured on parental wellness platforms including Robyn, for which she is a preferred provider, Union Square Play’s Parenting+, Hello Postpartum, and Learning Motherhood. She regularly writes about and speaks at events on women’s mental health. Lauren decided to focus on counseling and consulting to fill gaps in connection and community.


  • Life Transitions
  • Parenting
  • Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum
  • Relationship Issues
  • Career Transitions/Coaching

Treatment Orientation

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Feminist

Age Groups

  • Young Adults (20's & 30's)
  • Adults