Psychotherapist • Consultant • Supervisor • Educator
For over 25 years, Leslie S. Tsukroff has been empowering her clients to effect positive changes in their lives. By sharing practical, valuable, and healthy ways of coping with life’s stressors, Leslie enables people to focus on achieving their goals and making the most of their time in therapy.
Counseling is not a one-size-fits-all process. Leslie will provide a safe, supportive and non-judgmental environment in which she can assess your history, symptoms, needs and personal style. Then she will work with you to develop a blueprint to guide your treatment.
In 2000, Leslie S. Tsukroff, MSW, LCSW founded Business Management Consulting for Mental Health Practitioners to assist behavioral health clinicians achieve their business goals.
Now, New Jersey’s premier ethics consultant is proud to announce that she is expanding her consulting practice. In addition to offering customized services to the individual clinician, she is launching a series of Ethics Continuing Education workshops approved through the ASWB/ACE Individual Course/Conference approval program (formerly known as the ASWB New Jersey Continuing Education Course Approval Program (NJCECAP) for New Jersey social workers and other states that recognize the ASWB/ACE Individual Course/Conference approval.
Since earning her MSW in Clinical Social Work from New York University (1993), Leslie has gained expertise through an extensive career.
She opened her first private practice location in Somerset County, New Jersey in 1999. Shortly after, she expanded to include an additional location and launched Business Management Consulting for Mental Health Practitioners.
She gained extensive knowledge about issues important to private practitioners by managing her own small business, working as an outpatient care manager for one of New Jersey’s largest managed care companies and spearheading start-up programs for former employers.
Leslie’s commitment to core social work values is evidenced by her volunteerism to various professional mental health associations. She is the former Chairperson for the New Jersey Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers’ Committee on Ethical Review.
Throughout her career, she has served on additional committees focused on continuing education for social workers, private practitioner concerns, insurance and managed care issues and social work licensure rules and requirements.
In February of 2018, Leslie was honored to accept an invitation to join a national task force charged with revising NASW’s Clinical Social Workers in Private Practice: A Reference Guide.
Leslie has dedicated over 26 years to giving back to the social work community by serving on various Boards of Directors, writing articles, offering pro-bono presentations to mental health professionals, and providing low-cost supervision and consultation to social workers throughout the tristate area.