Sound Behavioral Health is co-led by two experienced clinicians, trainers, and New York State accredited social work continuing education providers, Brian Mundy and Matt Wofsy.

We are committed to translating the best that research has to offer real world practice in a way that promotes learning, clinical precision, and flexibility. We aim to support the behavioral health community with training, consulting, and dialog designed to empower clinicians and service providers to deliver compassionate evidence-based care. We are committed to staying abreast with clinical science and utilizing our combined 30 years of experience to provide high quality, state of the art clinical training and consultation.

Sound Behavioral Health began when Matt and Brian were charged with disseminating evidence-based practices such as motivational interviewing, critical time intervention, trauma-informed care, cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance commitment therapy, and others, across one of the largest social service agencies in New York City. Since then, we have traveled the country providing trainings and sharing their views on what it takes to be evidence-informed. We have co-authored a book Therapy in the Real World, with Nancy Boyd-Franklin and Elizabeth Cleek, published on Guilford Press in Spring 2013, that documents their experiences and knowledge gained on this never-ending quest to link real live practice with research settings.

Brian Mundy, LCSW-R

Brian Mundy, LCSW-R practices individual, couples, and family behavioral therapy in private practice, and is the recipient of a National Association of Social Workers – NYC Emerging Leader Award. He is a co-author of the Guilford Press book, Therapy in the Real World, and has authored peer-reviewed chapters and articles on trauma, family therapy, and acceptance commitment therapy. He is a New York state accredited continuing education providers for social workers, and an adjunct professor at New York University School of Social Work in Manhattan.

Matt Wofsy, LCSW-R

Matt Wofsy, LCSW-R is a therapist with over 20 years of direct practice experience. He is an adjunct professor at the New York University Silver School of Social Work and the co-founder of Sound Behavioral Health in New York City. Mr. Wofsy is a New York state accredited continuing education providers for social workers, and has advanced training in cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness & acceptance-based work, and family therapy. He is the co-author of Therapy in the Real World on Guilford Press, and the recipient of the National Association of Social Workers Exemplary Mid-Career Social Work Leader Award.

Mr. Wofsy is the former Director of Evidence-Based Treatment and Practice Innovation at the Institute for Community Living, where he was responsible for the identification, dissemination, and implementation of best practices throughout a large behavioral health care agency. He has extensive training experience in the area of adapting evidence-based practices to diverse clinical settings and has presented his work at several statewide and national conferences. Mr. Wofsy maintains a private practice in New York City.