Maxwell Guttman


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Maxwell Guttman is the owner of Recovery Now in New York and teaches social work at Fordham University in New York. Max provides psychotherapy, complex case management, community consultation, and self-management skill-building groups. His approach is based on evidenced-based practices (EBP).

Max is also a Correspondent for Psychreg – he regularly writes articles relating to his lived experience of schizophrenia. 

Max earned a master’s degree in Social Work from Binghamton University. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a field instructor for both postgraduate and undergraduate students at Lehman College. He is also a social work supervisor and psychotherapist at Courtlandt Avenue Clinic in the South Bronx where he teaches students social work praxis in New York City. In addition to this responsibilities, he run his own practice in New York, Mental Health Affairs

You can connect with him on Twitter @maxwellguttman

First published: 29 October 2018

Last updated: 02 May 2019




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