Naomi has more than three decades of experience providing
individual, couples and group psychotherapy with particular expertise
in communication, sexuality, anxiety and depression.
Throughout her professional life, she has completed numerous courses, seminars and workshops in her fields of expertise. She is known for leading women’s sexuality groups in the Washington metropolitan area and has lectured extensively on sexuality and other topics including depression, anxiety and marital and parent/child relationships.
Also credentialed as a mediator, she has worked effectively in her psychotherapy practice to help couples and families maintain healthy relationships and cope as positively as possible with separation and divorce.
Following graduation from the University of Pennsylvania, she received her master’s in social work from Smith College. She received United States Public Health Service fellowships during her graduate work. Her early post graduate work included inpatient psychiatry at the Psychiatric Institute of Washington, D.C. where she worked with children, adolescents, adults and their families and supervised social work students and other clinicians. Naomi Greenwood has extensive training working with couples and groups. Her work with sexual issues began in 1979 when she opened her private psychotherapy practice in Bethesda, Maryland.