Robin Wallace, LCSW
Robin Wallace, LCSW, the founder of Wallace Family Therapy, earned her master’s degree in social work at Fordham University, where she concentrated in family therapy. Ms. Wallace also completed post-graduate certificate training in adult psychoanalytic psychotherapy at the Westchester Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, postgraduate study in child and adolescent psychoanalytic psychotherapy, and a Certificate in Couples Psychotherapy Training.
Ms. Wallace maintains a private practice in Nyack, New York specializing in the treatment of anxiety, depression, self-injurious behaviors, eating disorders, body image concerns and adoption challenges where she sees adolescents, adults, children, couples, and families. With extensive individual and group clinical experience, she emphasizes psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and supportive psychotherapeutic treatment with an emphasis on integrative treatment.
Prior to establishing a private practice, Robin Wallace was a psychotherapist on the Personality Disorders unit at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Westchester Division.
Ms. Wallace enjoys membership and affiliation with organizations including: Board of Trustees, Jewish Family Services Bergen and Hudson County NJ, NASW, New York State Society for Clinical Social Workers, Academy for Eating Disorders, Westchester Center for the Study of Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy Institute and International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals.
Iris Epstein, RD, CDN
Iris Epstein is a registered dietician who has been specializing in eating disorders and body image issues for a decade. Recently she has been given the opportunity to educate teens and their parents at Wallace Family Therapy to better their relationship with their food choices and eating disorders.
Ms. Epstein earned her Bachelors of Science at the University of Maryland where she studied food and nutrition and completed her post-graduate training at The Cornell Medical Center in New York City. She has four main specialties that she continues to pursue education in: eating disorder, diabetes, heart disease, gastrointestinal issues and is currently becoming a licensed, certified diabetes educator.
Iris Epstein is the founder of the Nutrition Improvement Center in Pomona, NY where she maintains a private practice.
Prior to working in the private sector, Ms. Epstein was an assistant chief clinical dietician at Knightsbridge Heights Rehabilitation Center and Cabrini Nursing Home as well as a staff dietician at the Hebrew Home for the Aged in Riverdale, NY. She has been the consulting dietician for three recipe books printed by Quintet Publishing, London, England.
Professor Hudson Inurlap
Hudson is a “person whisperer” with a profound sensitivity and responsiveness to the full range of human emotions — skills he developed after a stubbornly prolonged period of housebreaking. He provides “paws-on” support by absorbing boundless anxiety to help regulate emotions in the moment and promote mindfulness for others simply by touch and petting.
Hudson keeps irregular office hours, but is generally available upon request and offers his services for free.
Professor Inurlap splits his time between Nyack and a weekend place, where his principal activities include sleeping, eating, chasing and losing lots of tennis balls in a nearby swimming hole, and combating the herding instincts of his bossy sister, a German Shepherd.
Hudson was home-schooled by a military K-9 specialist and his family members.