Jonathan Lebolt, PhD, LCSW-C, CGP
*Please note: I am only able to accept new clients for group therapy at this time.*
* A Secure Teletherapy Provider*
- 30 years' experience providing psychotherapy and psychoanalysis
- PhD in Clinical Social Work (Union Institute & University)
- Diplomate in Clinical Social Work (National Association of Social Workers)
- Licensed as a Clinical Social Worker in MD, DC and VA
- Certificate in Psychoanalysis (Contemporary Relational approach)
- Certificate in Group Psychotherapy (Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society)
- Certified Group Psychotherapist (International Board for Certification of Group Psychotherapists)
- Former Adjunct Faculty, Virginia Commonwealth, Columbia, New York, Fordham and Adelphi University Graduate Schools of Social Work
- Former Full-Time Faculty, Virginia Commonwealth University Department of Psychiatry.
- Washington School of Psychiatry, Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity & Culture
- Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy + Psychoanalysis, Study Group Leader
- Mid-Atlantic Group Psychotherapy Society
- American Psychological Association, D. 39, S. 9 (Psychoanalysis for Social Responsibility)
- American Group Psychotherapy Association
- American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work
- American Psychoanalytic Association
- International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy
- International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology
- International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education
- Washington Society of Psychoanalytic Psychology
- Clinical Social Work Association
- Greater Washington Society for Clinical Social Work, Legislation & Advocacy Committee
- National Association of Social Workers, Maryland Chapter
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Lebolt, J. (1999). Gay affirmative psychotherapy: A phenomenological study. Clinical Social Work, 24 (4), 355-370.
Lebolt, J. (2002). Pandora’s box: The effect of diagnostic disclosure on a depressed patient. Clinical Social Work, 30 (3), 281-292.
Lebolt, J. (2004). Book Review: Like Subjects, Love Objects: Essays on Recognition and Sexual Difference, by Jessica Benjamin. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 33 (2), 176-177.
Lebolt, J. (2020). Washington School of Psychiatry Workshop Summary: Psychotherapy and LGBT Identities: Historical, Clinical and Ethical. Psychiatry,83 (2), 202-203.