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Therapists in New York

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CASAC
“I have 31 years of clinical practice experience and can help you gain insight into yourself, your feelings, your symptoms and behaviors. I have expertise in helping people who suffer from panic attacks, anxiety, depression, loneliness, fear, trauma, grief, relationship problems, and work issues. I can help you to change that which you choose to change. I am warm, empathic, and understanding. Although it is difficult to take that first step, it is eventually rewarding to have the freedom that comes from understanding yourself better and making choices that benefit your life. I mainly use an insight oriented psychodynamic approach.
(212) 472-9098
New York, New York 10028
Nathaniel Cilley, Counselor  in New York
“We've all been there where we face one challenge or another, whether it's depression, anxiety, work-related stress, relationship setbacks or many other hardships. The benefits of therapy can provide you with the skills and resources to take on some of the hardest obstacles you may face in your life. My life's work is dedicated to helping you feel as good as possible so you can overcome those hardships, and be your best self.
(603) 583-4289
New York, New York 10001
Sheila B. Josephson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I am a clinical social worker with thirty years of experience working with individuals, couples and families. I have a Master's and Ph.D. from Columbia University and I serve in both teaching and supervisory positions at The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy. My expertise working with couples provided the basis for a course I recently taught to therapists on How To Do Couple Therapy.
(646) 386-2127
New York, New York 10024
Darcy Mentovai, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Darcy is an empathetic and energetic therapist who uses positive psychology to help clients find solutions. Darcy holds a BA from Fordham University in Psychology and Sociology, and a Master of Social Work from New York University. As a former professional ballerina, Darcy is able to balance discipline and focus with the need to express individuality and passion. Darcy is very skilled in working with successful clients who are seeking to reach even higher, as well as clients who need help determining the next step in their path.
(212) 729-3922
New York, New York 10017
Karen L. Stout, Psychologist  in New York
“I am a clinical psychologist who values the importance of establishing a comfortable, nonjudgmental, and meaningful therapeutic experience that is right for you. My focus is on helping you to feel more in control of your life, goals, and aspirations, by reducing distressing feelings, increasing insight, undoing maladaptive patterns of behavior or thinking, or improving coping skills. I also view therapy as a place to problem solve and think through decisions and to support desired changes.
(917) 740-6937
New York, New York 10014
Smadar Leiserowitz, Psychologist  in New York
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with more than 15 years of experience in the counseling field. My interest is in working with Adults and couples. In therapy together, we will work on recognizing patterns of behavior, thinking, emotions and relating that have led to current undesirable outcomes in life. My focus is on helping people accept the emotions and thoughts which cannot be controlled and connect with that which is truly important to you. I am trilingual and conduct therapy in English, Hebrew and French.
(646) 600-5189
New York, New York 10016
Clemens Loew, Psychologist  in New York
“I help people who experience alienation or bickering in their relationships and seek emotional intimacy . In therapy, I will work to help you to find and empower your own voice and natural resources, both personally and professionally. Together, we will work toward more effective communication and expression of feelings. The goal is to revitalize and enhance both your personal relationships and work life.
(646) 600-5239
New York, New York 10019
Peter Gevisser, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New York
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Peter Gevisser is a licensed Therapist who works with Couples & Individuals. In helping couples work through conflict, they emerge with a deeper, more satisfying relationship. In this way, conflict is seen as an opportunity for growth. Peter also works creatively with individuals struggling with depression; & drug, sex and alcohol addiction, by exploring ways to substitute negative habits with positive rituals. Creativity is explored further with clients moving through grief. In learning to live with loss, one's life may be richer for it. His hope is that by providing a safe space for the client, the world outside will become a little less overwhelming.
(347) 577-9655
New York, New York 10001
Roanne Barnett, Psychologist  in New York
“Interpersonal psychotherapy is a collaborative endeavor to discover how you feel about yourself, your relationships and your past. Working with curiosity, empathy and specialized skills can help you to figure out how to remove/resolve the personal roadblocks that interfere with living the meaningful life you choose.
(646) 663-5867
New York, New York 10019
Loveleen Posmentier, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
“BILINGUAL PSYCHOTHERAPIST.I enjoy my work as a Psychotherapist and Psychoanalyst. My very extensive training at an an analytic Institute has prepared me to work with and treat individuals with diverse and complex problems . I believe that the therapeutic relationship and the analytic process between myself and my patient can serve as an important guide to help face the challenges of love and work in their lives. By exploring and understanding meaning and underlying issues in sometimes debilitating symptoms of anxiety and depression and fear, a change can start to emerge and be experienced as a result of the new emotional and intellectual knowledge.
(212) 595-3325
New York, New York 10025
Jacqueline A Phung, Psychologist  in New York
“Do you notice patterns of behavior that you're unhappy with? Feel dissatisfied with the way things currently are in your life? Do you struggle to identify what it is that you are feeling or have difficulties coping with the intensity of your emotions? By drawing from interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, and psychodynamic modalities, I empower clients to gain insight, define goals, and develop new skills to manage concerns related to personal, social/relational, and life transitions. I approach psychotherapy from the perspective that it is an interactive process that can promote insight, create positive change, and foster personal growth.
(347) 441-0940
New York, New York 10003
Galit Gurevitz Stern, Psychologist  in New York
“My initial goal is to alleviate suffering associated with depression and anxiety. I provide a safe psychotherapy environment, allowing for exploration of problems, and leading to change. I bring integrity, compassion and flexibility to my work, and have a direct, warm style. If we work together, you can expect to gain a better understanding of yourself and of meaningful people in your life. Consequently, you will be able to identify and move out of areas in which you feel stuck, and become freer to enjoy life.
(718) 569-7850
New York, New York 10010
Godfrey A Gregg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Hello, I provide a safe, warm, and exploratory environment. Together you and I co-create a space that will facilitate greater insight into and understanding of issues, both internal and external, which are causing discomfort. The push of discomfort brings you into treatment and the pull of hope sustains your motivation and determination to resolve the conflicts. You are the expert on your life. Therefore, my role is to provide a caring, nurturing, and analyzing set of eyes and mind to assist your growth. I look forward to meeting you and working with you.
(646) 679-7876
New York, New York 10003
Cheryl A Appel  in New York
“Anxiety and chronic stress can be the cause of depression and unhappiness. Find the cause of your symptoms, reduce the frequency of high stress levels and panic attacks. Your anxiety symptoms and medically related problems can be addressed simultaneously during sessions. Symptoms can be rapidly reduced, helping reduce high anxiety effectively. Find the cause of OCD, social anxiety, performance anxiety, relationship issues, chronic stress symptoms, eating disorders, depression, sexual dysfunction. In the first 2 weeks you will understand and manage medical symptoms and stress reactions with more control. New York City, Union Square, 10003, Chelsea NYC 10011, West Village NYC, 10014
(914) 618-5826
New York, New York 10003
Ben Hennessey, Counselor  in New York
“Are you struggling with anxiety, panic, depression, loneliness, addiction, low self-esteem? Therapy CAN HELP and be life-changing. Things don't have to stay the same. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere I use modern, evidence-based methods to provide a results-oriented and compassionate treatment of your concerns. Emphasizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) I tend to concentrate on practical solutions for the present, whilst bringing insight to how past events, upbringing and relationships may still be influencing your thoughts, behaviors, and feelings today.
(646) 681-5298
New York, New York 10001
Deborah Agrest, Psychoanalyst/Psychotherapist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“The things that we don't want to talk about, think about, or remember haunt us in our current lives. They can have us feeling numb and distant from people, situations, or our bodies. Whether thoughts, feelings, or events have undermined your sense of self, triggering anxiety, depression, anger, or grief, or you are struggling in your relationships or with your sexuality, you can begin to feel less perplexed and alone.
(212) 874-2803
New York, New York 10023
Elaine M. Kleinbart, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a seasoned psychotherapist with a specialty in relationship issues and sexuality. I am sensitive to working with individuals and couples. My treatment is tailored to the particular needs of each individual and couple. My approach is interactive-I give feedback as to what the issues are and make behavioral suggestions when indicated. I am equally comfortable doing short-term problem focused treatment and more intensive psychodynamic treatment. I have been in practice over 35 years and have excellent treatment results. Most people find me extremely comfortable to talk with. I have an easy,positive style,a down to earth,humanistic approach. .
(646) 583-3527
New York, New York 10003
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Trying to find a therapist can be daunting, and it's important to know your options in terms of support and relief. My approach is empathic, genuine, nonjudgmental, and culturally-sensitive. I have worked with many clients over the past decade and have extensive professional experience with providing consultation services, individual therapy, family therapy, and group therapy to clients of all ages.
(646) 681-4350
New York, New York 10003
Jana Colton, Psychiatrist  in New York
“I am a Harvard, Yale, and Cornell educated psychiatrist who treats adults ages 18 and over. I treat a wide spectrum of psychiatric problems, including depression, anxiety, OCD, bereavement, women's reproductive psychiatry, sexual difficulties, separation anxiety disorder, ADHD, bipolar disorder, and substance abuse. I also help people dealing with difficult life circumstances such as loss and grief, relationship troubles, parenting, divorce, troubles with work or school, chronic illness, or other life transitions.
(646) 783-0800
New York, New York 10024
Gracie Landes, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New York
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CST
“Relationships are my business. Helping people change is my passion. I am trained to work with sexual issues in all types of relationships, relationship issues between those who are ready to work on them and appreciate collaboration, discretion, sensitivity and creativity. I know that any goal can be reached by envisioning it clearly and that there are many ways to help you reach your goals, including: locating resources and exceptions to problems, between-session tasks or experiments as you discover: what's improving? what to keep doing? what to focus on? how close are you to meeting your goals?
(917) 525-4957
New York, New York 10001
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