Judith Coche, Ph.D., ABPP, CGP, FAGPA is the owner of The Coche Center, LLC, a Practice in Clinical Psychology around Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia and in Stone Harbor New Jersey in operation since 1978.
Dr Coche is Clincal Professor in Psychiatry, Medical School of the University of Pennsylvania, where she developed and teaches and supervises Psychiatric Residents in group therapy and group dynamics.
The author of 3 books and 35 journal articles, Dr Coche specializes in interpersonal work with individuals, couples, families and groups.
Dr Coche has been active in bringing the best of mental health expertise to the public in the form of presentations to the media. Her work has been featured in the New York Times and other media forms.
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND CERTIFICATIONS
The Coche Center, LLC Department of Psychiatry, Medical School of the University of Pennsylvania International Board for Certification in Group Psychotherapy
Monthly groups for high functioning adults who want to reduce symptoms and work towards shifts in personality concerns.
Monthly group for couples who want to improve their skills in loving
Day long weekend workshops on skills in coupling, the meaning of money, sex and intimacy, single adulthood, second adulthood and communication.
Years in Practice: 42 School: Bryn Mawr College Year Graduated: 1975
Treatment Modalities and Fees:
Couples: $150-300 per ho Family: $200-300 per ho Group: $50-100 per hou Individuals: $100-300 per ho Initial Consultation Sliding Scale: Yes
TYPES OF GROUPS:
Mixed Adult Group Womens Groups Mens Groups Couples Groups Special Issues-Ethnicity and Diversity
MENTAL HEALTH SPECIALTIES:
Academic Struggles Childhood & Adolescence Difficulties Depression Divorce/Separation EATDIS Grief & Loss Marriage/Family Difficulties Motivation Problems PERSDIS Relationship Difficulties Sexual Difficulties Stage of Life Concerns
SCOPE OF GROUP PRACTICE:
Short-Term Focused Groups Longer-Term Intensive Group In-Patient Groups Group Supervision-Consultation
Cognitive-Behavioral Family Systems Group as a Whole-Systems Theory Psychodynamic