Ava Frotton, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker specializing in psychotherapy with adolescents and adults.
A graduate of New York University, she currently maintains a private practice in Montville, NJ and works with a broad spectrum of clients. Among her areas of expertise are eating disorders, depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, self harm and relationship issues.
Education: New York University School of Social Work. MSW, 2001
Additional Training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy through Behavioral Tech, LLC:
1 day introduction training in DBT (2006)
2 day Skills Training in DBT (2007)
2 Day DBT Training with Adolescents (2007)
2 Day DBT training - Mindfulness, Willingness and Radical Acceptance (with Marsha Linehan) (2007)
10 day intensive training in DBT (2008)
2 Day Training - DBT Updates to Emotion Regulation and Crisis Survival Skills (with Marsha Linehan) (2009)
2 Day Training - DBT Individual Therapy in Action (2010)
2 Day Training - Beyond the Basics: Using Targeting and Chain Analysis in DBT (2011)
2-Day Training - Treating Anxiety Disorders: How, When and Why to Use Exposure in DBT (2011)
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, New Jersey