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Therapists in Brooklyn

Pediatric Neuropsychological Services, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“Are you worried that your child has a potential learning disability, ADHD, an Autism Spectrum Disorder, Depression, or Anxiety? Are you concerned about developmental delays? Do you think your child needs extra time in order to perform well on standardized tests (i.e. SAT)? A comprehensive neuropsychological evaluation will help your child achieve his or her potential. Following the evaluation, you will receive a report detailing the diagnosis and any further weaknesses that your child may be experiencing. Clear solutions regarding how to correct the problem will be explained. Additionally, pertinent recommendations for home and school will be provided.
(866) 294-5329
Brooklyn, New York 11242
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist, and help people with problems in loving & living (depression, relationship issues, stress & anger management.) My clinical subspecialty is the treatment of anxiety disorders. "I've suffered a great many catastrophes in my life. Most of them never even happened."- Mark Twain. Formerly senior staff at Roosevelt Hospital Phobia & Anxiety Clinic,& co-founder, board member of Phobia Associates, I am a consultant to NYPD & FDNY. Private Practice office in Park Slope, Brooklyn is easily accessible by subway. Individual, group & couples' therapy. TELEPHONE INQUIRIES (718 399-7230) are welcome, confidential, and preferred to email.
(718) 569-7389
Brooklyn, New York 11217
Glenn Zermeņo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you looking for help with the challenges you face? Therapy can provide the supportive space to look at your life and make a change for the better. Often, relationships are at the heart of many of those challenges. You may want a better relationship with someone in your life. You may have a want to resolve the painful history of a past relationship. You may want a better relationship with yourself. Ultimately, you can have deeper and more meaningful relationships and feel better about yourself. I can help you find what you want.
(917) 746-3145
Brooklyn, New York 11205
Glorious K Dunkerley, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“Locating a therapist can be a fearful and exhausting process, however, once found can be rewarding as you begin to express your deepest and most personal story. Are you struggling with depression, anxiety or low self-esteem? Are you experiencing marital discord or dealing with a child who presents with attention difficulties, defiancy or truancy? Do you find it difficult to manage your emotions and set limits for your children? Do you often feel overwhelmed and have noone to talk to? I look forward to helping you resolve your varied issues. Most of all I look forward to empowering you.
(347) 467-0934
Brooklyn, New York 11238
Helen Nemes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I am a warm, caring, goal-oriented therapist. I provide a supportive, trusting environment for you to develop successful strategies in relationships with partners, family,or at work.I will help you develop a healthier,peaceful, joyous lifestyle.I will assist you in coping with transitions, such as, middle age. In couples therapy, I will promote a safe environment for communication. I will develop a plan with you to build on your strengths and resiliencies. I will utilize my expertise and skills to fit your needs and wishes.
(646) 652-7580
Brooklyn, New York 11234
Sarah Lebeck-Jobe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Maya Angelou wrote, "There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you." Psychotherapy offers a safe space to explore the meaningful relationships in your life. I counsel couples who are interested in finding new ways to communicate and resolving the painful issues with which they struggle. In addition, I offer compassionate support to individuals who are grieving the loss of a loved one. I have experience helping couples and individuals with issues such as grief, parenting, difficulty with in-laws, anger management, premarital concerns, communication, depression, and anxiety.
(646) 490-9949
Brooklyn, New York 11238
Mona Stevenson, Counselor  in Brooklyn
“My first focus when working with a client is to develop a trusting relationship. I believe this is necessary to be able to help them to work through the problems they may encounter in their lives. Clients come to me with problems which may include feelings of depression and sadness, dealing with conflict in relationships, understanding issues of identity, coping with grief and loss and making important life decisions such as in career, education and health.
(646) 593-8298
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Marge Blaine, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Brooklyn
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Licensed Psychoanalyst, PhD, LP
“I believe each of us has the ability to change. A therapist in Brooklyn, NY. I assist individuals and couples to better understand themselves and create healthy, successful relationships. I provide couples counseling, marriage counseling, family therapy, and relationship counseling to improve communication and end conflicts. Other areas of focus include: resolving issues of anger and stress and overcoming depression, shyness and anxiety. In addition to assisting people with the problems of self-esteem, aging, and self-assertion, I work with individuals coping with illness, grief and loss.
(718) 569-7238
Brooklyn, New York 11218
Theresa Kimm, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Brooklyn
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Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LMSW, CASAC-T
“"If you can make it in New York, you can make it anywhere," so goes the song. To make it here, it does take a dynamic person with energy, creativity, intelligence, and passion. But the limitless possibilities for pleasure and ambition can be overwhelming. As a result some of us struggle with symptoms of depression and anxiety and abuse alcohol and drugs to cope; others are trapped in unhappy relationships and work or caught in a cycle of addiction. Could a LIFE REBOOT is what you need to gain insight, awareness and feel balanced?
(646) 374-0409
Brooklyn, New York 11211
Mila Krupitsky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My clients tell me that I make them feel comfortable and it is easy for them to share their concerns with me. I am patient and compassionate, yet direct and solution focused.
(718) 891-8686
Brooklyn, New York 11229
Joy A Dryer, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“Not sure where to start? Searching for the "right" words? Concerned about talking to a 'complete stranger' about your anxiety/depression, relationship/work struggles, AD[H]D/ creativity blocks? Sure I "know" about people's struggles, individually & as couples -- and how to overcome these-- as well as different approaches to therapy. I have listened to & helped many folks over 32 years as a NYState Licensed Clinical Psychologist & Certified Adult Psychoanalyst. In addition, I have been an Adjunct Associate Professor (at NYU, Brooklyn College, & several NYC psychoanalytic institutes); I was in my own analysis; & I continue to supervise less experienced clinicians.
(917) 725-3055
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Amie Roe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do challenging relationships, life transitions, and overwhelming emotions have you feeling powerless and "stuck"? Together, we'll use your intelligence, creativity and energy to create meaning from the challenges you face. I will help you reconnect with your authentic self so that we can make good use of your gifts and abilities as we work towards healing.
(347) 673-0604
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Margaret Sallick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am an individual, couples and family therapist practicing in NYC for the past 15 years. I am on the teaching faculty at Ackerman Institute for the Family, where I completed my post graduate training. My approach is collaborative, active, and empathic. I use a systemic approach that decreases blame and helps people move from overwhelming feelings of despair, anger, anxiety, and jealousy to the possibility of experiencing the love and compassion that they long for in their lives. Married, with teenage children, I bring years of personal and professional experience to my practice.
(347) 732-1004
Brooklyn, New York 11211
Jasmine Trangucci, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I am a LCSW-R with over 9 years experience in the field. My practice areas are working with adults, adolescents, children, couples and families.
(917) 746-5389
Brooklyn, New York 11242
Betty L Gewirtz, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Brooklyn
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Licensed Psychoanalyst, MSW, LCSW, BCD
“I have listened to many people who have struggled with relationships, loss, anxiety and depression. I offer a safe non-judgmental space where you can openly explore your thoughts and feelings to make sense of them. I work with people who feel frustrated and stuck in one or more areas of their life. I understand the anxiety, hurt and sadness triggered by significant life events and bring many years of experience successfully guiding people through rough and distressing emotional times.
(646) 392-8540
Brooklyn, New York 11242
Asher Lipner, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“Whether at work, in love, sex and intimacy, family relationships, or religion, being able to understand yourself can help you navigate the conflicts and challenges of life. We all have a need to be understood. When you become out of touch with yourself, problems can develop that can cause you to get stuck in your life. Trauma, including child or sexual abuse can create emotional challenges that may be debilitating. However, once traumatic experiences are remembered, understood, and accepted, you will be free to find new approaches to life that fit your unique personality and circumstances.
(347) 491-5632
Brooklyn, New York 11210
Nehemiah Israel Ben - Zev, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
“My approach to tackling life's difficult moments is via the interface of classical Judaeo-spiritual teachings and the psychological approach of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. (CBT). The cognitive behavioral approach to psychotherapy teaches that ideation determines the way one feels and acts. Changing the way one thinks triggers a change in the way one feels. I also use "a strengths perspective" focusing on the client's stengths which serve to compensate for one's weaknesses. The interface of these three approaches is transformative, and life changing serving to help a client return to his or her innate and authentic self.
(718) 395-6394
Brooklyn, New York 11234
Heather M Kelly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you feel stuck in your life? I am an experienced psychotherapist adept at helping people resolve their difficulties and move on with a more fulfilling life. In a supportive environment and at your own pace, I will explore with you issues that are blocking your success. I will help you move forward--whether you need support after experiencing a trauma or loss, the confidence to change jobs, or insight into how to have healthier relationships--this is a forward moving process aimed at making your life more satisfying and productive.
(917) 725-2218
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Nora Bonosky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“You might have given up hope that you will ever overcome your addiction to food, but it is possible to heal from this disorder. As a social worker and therapist for over 20 years, I have taken a special interest in overeating issues in my personal and professional life and I can tell you that positive change is really possible!
(646) 681-5723
Brooklyn, New York 11218
Doreen Ziva David, Counselor  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, CCMHC, LMHC, NCC, NYMHCA, APA
“My name is Doreen David. I am a Certified Clinical Licensed Mental Health Counselor. My vast experience working with younger children ages 5+ through adults through geriatric population (holocaust survivors). My therapy style is collaborative: cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), relaxation therapy, positive psychotherapy and talk therapy. I am passionate about helping my clients better their lives and I am fully committed to helping them get through their difficulties. I am easy to talk to and I am very insightful.
(347) 826-0621
Brooklyn, New York 11223
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