About Me

h is a licensed clinical social worker with a private practice in Manhattan, where she lives with her husband and three daughters, writes for The Huffington Post,  A Child Grows in Brooklyn, and her own blog.  She recently joined the Faculty of the Center for the Study of Anorexia and Bulimia to teach the Introductory Course and was a Faculty Presenter for Harvard Medical School’s Eating Disorder Conference.

Ms. Fish graduated summa cum laude from McGill University in Montreal, and with honors from Columbia University. She has been an adjunct faculty member at the Columbia University School of Social Work and is a guest lecturer at  Mount Sinai Hospital, Bellevue Hospital and New York University School of Social Work. She trained the staff at New York City’s Administration for Children’s Services Head Start program, consulted with Child Advocacy Services of Manhattan, and has been a presenter at the Renfrew Center’s Annual Conference on Eating Disorders.

Ms. Fish co-wrote the script and was the on-camera spokesperson for a show on anxiety disorders produced for LIFETIME TELEVISION. She was also the expert for a show on body image on National Public Radio’s ‘The Infinite Mind’, has been interviewed for the parenting column of the CBC Radio, Canada.With the publication of her book: Take the Fight out of Food: How to Prevent and Solve Your Child’s Eating Problems, Ms. Fish has been interviewed for many publications, including Better Homes and Gardens, Parenting, In Touch Weekly, ParentGuide News, First for Women, Today’s Parent, USA Today, USA Weekend. Interviews on multiple radio shows include NPR’s show ‘A Chef’s Table’ on WHYY, NYC’s 1010 WINS, NYC’s 106.7 lite FM’s current affairs show, as well as many national newspapers.

Ms. Fish has presented to numerous New York City schools as well as the Tenafly School District in New Jersey, the Parent Action Committee of Long Island, Wellesley College Early Childhood Center and Dept. of Education, Sarah Lawrence College Early Childhood Center, Georgetown University, and she was the keynote speaker for the Minnesota School Board’s Administrative Summer Conference.

Television appearances have included the WEEKEND TODAY SHOW, FOX NEWS CHANNEL, AND MSNBC.

A former dancer, Ms. Fish has served as a consultant for the staff at the School of American Ballet, the professional training program of the Steps Dance School in NYC,  the Actors Fund of NYC, and The Juilliard School.