Eleanor Cronley, LMSW
Eleanor Cronley is a licensed Social Worker who obtained her degree from Columbia University. She received training at The Renfrew Center of NY, where she began to quickly realize she had a gift and a calling. In her 15 years of practice she has worked with adolescent girls, young women, mothers, and wives from an empowering and feministic psychodynamic approach. Eleanor has worked with girls and women in all stages of their Eating Disorders. Additionally, Eleanor has worked with a dual diagnosis adolescent population in both outpatient and inpatient settings. Eleanor has worked in private practice, served as a consultant and clinician at various facilities including The Renfrew Center, Columbus Park Collaborative and Silver Hill Hospital. Eleanor also trained under the tutelage of Rosalind Wiseman, the founder, and author of “Queen Bees and Wannabees” the book that inspired the major motion picture Mean Girls. She has been a guest speaker in schools and has served as a liaison between schools and counseling centers. Individual therapy, couples counseling, family therapy as well as therapeutic meal companionship are all areas in which Eleanor assists in the healing process.