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Leanne Domash, Psychologist  in New York
“I believe in your creative potential. By creative, I mean the ability to imagine the life you want and work towards achieving it. This may mean changing old patterns of anxiety, depression, inhibition or impulsivity that are no longer working. To help you do this, I establish a relaxing atmosphere where you are encouraged to reflect but not judge and to welcome the unexpected. I also work with dreams to reach unconscious aspects of problems and find solutions. I want to understand you as deeply as possible as we work on your issues of concern.
(646) 480-6716
New York, New York 10003
Renee Welde, Counselor  in New York
“As a National Certified Counselor, Board Certified Coach, Psychosynthesis Instructor and Educator, I use a model that moves toward health, wholeness and potential, rather than pathology. As a guide in service to your growth, healing modalities include: deep listening, intuition, guided imagery, creativity, and emotional wellness techniques. I work most successfully with women's issues, life transitions, life/work issues, fears, loss and grief, stress management, parenting, life purpose and potential, and personal and career development. Sending you every good wish on your path to health and well-being.
(646) 392-8885
New York, New York 10019
Deloria Berks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW, CASAC
“Is there a desire to increase joy? Is OCD ruling your life? Is life seeming like an endless repetitive routine? Are you feeling a disconnect causing anxiety, vulnerability, or agitation? Are relationships challenging? Do you desire to redirect your life yet feel caught in a web? I offer a gentle approach for discovering an authentic more powerful self. The past can't be changed, but we CAN explore and understand the present. Whether you desire to relieve anxiety, depression, past trauma, or feel more grounded and improve relationships, together we can open the door to a life worth celebrating. Therapy leads one to greater possibilities.
(646) 350-0669
New York, New York 10003
Carlos Saavedra, Psychiatrist  in New York
“My goal is to create a safe space in which my patients can be curious about themselves and their lives to freely address issues concerning mood, anxiety, diminished motivation, poor concentration, loneliness, work dissatisfaction, relationship difficulties, struggles around identity and existential questions.
(917) 791-3066
New York, New York 10003
Michael J Pearlman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“My practice is limited to adults who are wishing help with problems related to anxiety, depression, interpersonal relationships, child rearing and stress management. I have been in practice for over 25 years seeing individuals and couples. During the initial consultation, we will talk about the concerns that bring you to consult with a mental health professional. We will discuss the history of your concern. Once I understand the issues presented I will make a recommendation of how to proceed.
(646) 553-6326
New York, New York 10019
Rick Pantaleoni, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, MS
“I help you resolve and heal the repeating patterns of conflict, misunderstanding and hurt between you and others, such as your child, partner/spouse, or other family members. With my assistance, you will hear and understand the deeply felt meaning behind each other's seemingly alienating behaviors. Solutions will be created through simple and meaningful exploration of each person's thoughts, feelings and (inter)actions.
(203) 684-5190
New York, New York 10036
Bonnie Hirschhorn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LP, NCPsyA, LCSW, LCAT, BC-ATR
“Bonnie Hirschhorn is a highly skilled therapist with two masters degrees in Art Therapy and in Social Work. She has advanced training in couples therapy, hypnosis, psychodrama, and expressive psychoanalysis. She is licensed as an Art Therapist, Social Worker, Psychoanalyst and is a Certified Imago Couple's Therapist.
(646) 351-1898
New York, New York 10011
Shanee Stepakoff, Psychologist  in New York
“"I have walked through many lives, some of them my own, and I am not who I was though some principle of being abides, from which I struggle not to stray." These lines, from "The Layers", by Stanley Kunitz, hint at the themes we will explore if you decide to enter psychotherapy with me: Who have you been, and who are you now? What principle of being has shaped your life's journey thus far? Where and when did you disregard this principle? And how may I support you in your effort to recognize and honor your most authentic self?
(646) 257-5068
New York, New York 10003
Jennifer L Ross, Psychologist  in New York
“Making the choice to engage in therapy is a brave and meaningful step towards the possibility for change. Change may include addressing problematic feelings, thoughts, or behaviors that leave you feeling stuck or dissatisfied. Or change may involve learning to cope with the unpredictable and often overwhelming challenges that life presents. Therapy can play a pivotal role in providing the nonjudgmental support, the opportunity for self-understanding, and the guidance in developing the effective strategies that are often needed to make change a reality. I will work with you to determine if I am the right therapist for you.
(646) 663-4668
New York, New York 10016
“People seek therapy for different reasons. Some want to solve a specific problem, and some want relief from feelings of unhappiness or anxiety. Others want to make a change in work or relationships, or want to be liberated from a pattern of behavior that's not working for them. You may have a combination of these issues or just feel "jumbled" -- uncertain about the source of troubling feelings. In all of these cases, seeking professional help is the first step. By doing so, you make real your wish for change and your wish to feel better.
(914) 984-5340
New York, New York 10023
Jennifer Breslow, Art Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Art Therapist, LCAT, ATR-BC, CASAC
“Is there something in your life that is preventing you from living in a more satisfying way? Have you felt "stuck" in traditional talk therapy and want to try something different? Do you feel like anxiety, depression or intrusive emotions are getting in the way of you living fully in the present? Maybe you are going through a life transition and trying to find your way. Using an integrative approach, mixed with curiosity, humor, empathy and attention to explicit and implicit communication, it is my goal to help you live a more authentic and fulfilling life.
(646) 495-9893
New York, New York 10010
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“I am NYS Board Qualified Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Family Therapist and NYS Certified Gestalt Psychotherapist specializing in bilingual (Spanish/English) adolescents and their families, couples and individuals suffering from relationship dysfunction, attachment trauma, self dys-regulation, intergenerational issues, mood disorders, trauma related disorders, addiction, personality disorders and problems with acculturation. As a professional I bring perseverance and dedication to my chosen field, as well as a deep regard for personal improvement and the hope that my dedication and sense of justice make even a small but meaningful difference in the lives of the families I treat. .
(646) 681-2983
New York, New York 10003
Gail S Lencz, Psychologist  in New York
“My practice is open to individual adults and couples who wish to address: life transitions; relationship difficulties; parenting problems, anxiety; and depression. My therapeutic orientation combines psychodynamic, insight-oriented, and cognitive behavioral techniques.
(646) 600-8147
New York, New York 10065
David M Sherman, Psychiatrist  in New York
“I provide psychotherapy with the option of medication and other integrative treatments for anxiety, depression, and stress related to relationships, work, and other life challenges. My patients experience me as warm, open, collaborative, interactive, humble, and very accessible. As my patient, I would help you identify treatment goals, and then work with you to achieve these goals by together making sense of your feelings and helping you realize new freedom in your life. For patients who are already in therapy, I also provide adjunctive medication treatment. I am deeply respectful of the fears and hesitations people have when considering medication.
(646) 480-6245
New York, New York 10023
“Therapy is like art. Both are creative and spiritual. Helping and healing are companions in the search for self actualization and overall happiness in this journey that we call life. My role is to be a catalyst in this therapeutic process.
(646) 600-9201
New York, New York 10011
Barbara Louise Blum, Psychologist  in New York
“I have been in full time practice of comprehensive psychotherapy since 1981. Prior to that I was tenured in the Department of Psychology at Lehman College CUNY where I taught general and clinical psychology courses to undergraduates. My therapeutic approach is listen to my client with my ears,soul, and training. I am interactive and believe in treating the whole person:mind,body and spirit. I believe that therapy is a journey that the therapist takes with the patient. My approach is psychodynamic, interpersonal and reality based. In addition to my PhD, I have completed numerous postgraduate training programs and teach and supervise other psychotherapists. .
(212) 799-4607
New York, New York 10024
Shelley Henderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW-R
“When I am listening to you talking about your life, I am totally focused. As your therapist my goal is to "get it". I am expert in understanding complex thoughts and feelings which you share with me. The more I understand what is happening in the room with you, the more you will "get it" too. Your experiences of change, grief, joy, sadness are in your control. As a therapist for over 30 years, I work with gender identification, religion, difference from families of origin. All issues are listened to without judgement and with empathy. The goal is understanding and collaborative work toward change.
(646) 736-2145
New York, New York 10025
Goodman Psychotherapy LCSW, P.C.,   in New York
“I work with Young Adults, Career Focused Individuals & Adults struggling with relationships, love, job difficulties, decision making & family issues. If you're ruminating about a person, relationship, career stress or events from your past, I can help. Clients who work with me learn how to calm anxiety, increase confidence, quiet obsessional thinking, trust their decision making & master emotionally difficult situations, all of which result in greater peace of mind. If you're stuck or unhappy in your life please give me a call. I provide a welcoming, safe environment, where your thoughts & feelings can discussed & addressed openly and effectively.
(917) 791-1107
New York, New York 10001
Eugene Tomkiel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“During the past twenty years I have worked with a wide variety of people experiencing emotional distress due to anxiety, depression and/or relationship problems. However, through a supportive and collaborative therapeutic relationship, I have seen incredible growth in my patients as they find their inner strength and develop resilience to make positive changes in their lives. I believe by providing the safety to explore the sometimes painful issues that have been an impediment to personal satisfaction and fulfilling social relationships, people can confront their challenges and develop better ways to handle their struggles.
(212) 696-7919
New York, New York 10016
Beth Bloom, Counselor  in New York
“As an interpersonally-oriented therapist, I approach therapy with the general goal of helping you better understand yourself, what matters to you, and how you exist in the world. Based on what you want to accomplish, together we can uncover your true self so you can lead a more fulfilling and meaningful life. This process often involves a combination of making sense of earlier experiences, working with ongoing patterns, and re-evaluating future expectations or assumptions. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will focus on issues and perceptions that may be holding you back or keeping you stuck.
(917) 725-5025
New York, New York 10003
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