Nan Nally-Seif, LCSW, TEP has been a licensed clinical social workers for more than 35 years. She is a certified Trainer, Educator, and Practitioner in psychodrama, sociometry and group psychotherapy. She works with individuals, couples and groups dealing with trauma, relationship issues, addictions, eating disorders, anxiety, depression and women's issues. Dealing with uncomfortable feelings, issues of trust, shame, intimacy and career decisions are among the topics she explores with clients. She also specializes in supervision, training and consultation. Nan has both personal growth and training groups in psychodrama, sociometry and group psychotherapy, including winter and summer intensive workshops.
She received her MSW from Columbia University School of Social Work. In addition, she worked in foster care, adoption, a residence for teenage mothers and their children, substance abuse and alcohol rehabilitation.
Currently, Nan is an adjunct faculty member at Fordham University School of Professional and Continuing Studies. She is also co-director of the Psychodrama Training Institute, a division of the Sociometric Institute New York, and Director of the Continuing Education Program at the Sociometric Institute, Inc for: Social workers, mental health counselors and licensed creative arts therapists.
Her clinical experience includes:
Co-director of the Psychodrama Training Institute, a division of the Sociometric Institute New York
Coordinator of Family Services at Smithers Alcohol Rehab - NYC
Coordinator of outpatient alcohol and substance abuse services at a mental health clinic, New Hope
Founder and Director of the Irish/Irish-American Counseling Services NYC
"During a psychodrama group with Nan, I did a drama in which someone played the role of my father. I was able to have a conversation with him expressing how I felt about his substance abuse and behavior when I was growing up. This allowed me to safely express my emotions and issues that I struggled with. As a result, my relationship has opened up with my father."
Psychodrama Group Participant
"I feel like I've been on a journey with you [Nan], ending up in a different place, as a different clinician, but also a changed person."
Therapist attending supervision & training in Psychodrama
"I am so grateful for being changed by you [Nan] and this experience. I feel lucky. I see things differently - some parts easy to pin down, others not - but surely the power of experiential work, the power of groups, [and] work that feels whole. You have been so extraordinarily generous. Thank you!" Member of a weekly Psychodrama Group
"Thank you, Nan! I appreciate your input, humor, grace, listening, experience and skill. I am grateful for your presence and support." Licensed Clinical Social Worker Supervisee