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Gay Issues Therapists in New York

David Longmire, Counselor  in New York
“I practice gestalt therapy, a dynamic, holistic, and experiential therapy that helps people work through problems related to depression, anxiety, work, and relationships. My goal is to help clients appreciate and integrate all aspects of themselves. By focusing on here-and-now interaction and by bringing past experiences that interfere with current functioning to awareness, I encourage each individual's potential for creativity, growth, and change. I work with individuals, couples, and groups.
Gay Issues
(646) 762-5405
New York, New York 10010
Julie Lichtstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CASAC
“Psychotherapy . . . a dynamic, interactive journey. I offer a safe, caring, professional environment in which we co-create a relationship essential for your healing and growth to occur naturally. With you, I undertake the opportunity to cultivate a supportive and trusting relationship. In my 20 years as a therapist, I have come to know that it is the genuine connection between us that paves the way to successful, fulfilling therapy. I will help you to learn more about yourself, to understand why you do what you do and to uncover, strengthen and integrate the many aspects that make you authentically you.
Gay Issues
(646) 490-0575
New York, New York 10003
J. Anthony JŠuregui-SamaŮiego, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New York
“I am a bilingual/bicultural Spanish speaking Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. My license and training has exclusively focused on clinical practices. I seek to accompany my clients on their journey towards emotional healing and self-worth. I know that therapy is a difficult and often painful process of self-discovery. It is most effective when done in a supportive and empathic environment where it feels safe to be challenged, to explore the influence of the past, and to make changes in the here and now. As such are the beliefs and practices stemming from psychodynamic theory.
Gay Issues
(917) 267-0679
New York, New York 10036
Adam J Weitz, LCSW Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“In individual psychotherapy we explore the terrain of your life. We do this first by heightening awareness of how you are currently living and clarifying what is working for you and what you want to change. In therapeutic conversation, we pay attention to your feelings, thoughts, sensations and behaviors. With my support, we use your growing awareness of yourself as ground for taking experimental steps in new enlivening directions. This process leads our work toward resolution, change and growth. Further, you learn to apply this therapy process of awareness and experimentation on your own.
Gay Issues
(646) 762-1241
New York, New York 10016
Christopher Stults, Counselor  in New York
“There are times in all of our lives when things just don't seem to be working for us anymore. Regardless of the problems you are facing, it helps to have the support and guidance of a trained professional. My name is Christopher Stults and I would like to help you overcome the challenges you are facing. I am confident in my ability to empower clients to make the changes necessary to build a happier, healthier life. My specialties include: depression, anxiety, stress, relationship problems, LGBT issues, addictions, and much more.
Gay Issues
(917) 668-0828
New York, New York 10010
Matt Cartwright, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CASAC-T
“I have experience working with individuals, couples and groups to assist them in addressing mental health concerns and interpersonal problems. I have worked with a wide range of individuals to support them in self-discovery and healing so that they may live joyful and authentic lives. I incorporate an integrated and relational approach to holistic psychotherapy that addresses the spiritual, mental, emotional and physical levels of healing. I tailor sessions to meet client's unique needs and life experiences. I utilizes evidence-based treatment from various modalities that include psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, motivational interviewing, harm reduction and experiential exercises.
Gay Issues
(646) 681-3927
New York, New York 10001
Louis Pansulla, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Psychotherapy lets people be their most 'authentic' selves and live at their highest potential; it also helps them understand barriers to optimal living. Expecting that you have all the answers is not realistic, and entering therapy is a helpful step to deepening understanding, resolving problematic relational patterns and simply making changes. Also,Therapy need not be a 'lifelong process'. I have a proven track record working with people achieving results. My treatment approach combines a Relational psychodynamic frame with goal-focused techniques. I tend to work very interactively with clients relationally, while also allowing abundant space for clients their own insights and self-reflection.
Gay Issues
(646) 699-3904
New York, New York 10010
IHI Psychotherapy Center, Treatment Facility  in New York
Treatment Facility
“Struggling with life? WE CAN HELP. IHI Therapy Center is New York's leading LGBTQ affirmative psychotherapy and training center. Located in the heart of Chelsea, we foster personal growth, free of traditional gender, sexual orientation or cultural bias.
Gay Issues
(646) 699-4994
New York, New York 10001
Melissa Acevedo, Counselor  in New York
“My main focus in treatment is to assist individuals in achieving their goals, while also addressing their needs and desires. I look at the person as a whole, taking into account all their domains (career, family, spiritual, etc.) to ensure that all aspects of their concerns are being tended to in session, alongside anything that might be occurring in their day-to-day life. I see both individuals and couples for a wide range of concerns including, but not limited to, depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, career concerns, and interpersonal conflicts.
Gay Issues
(347) 708-8760 x102
New York, New York 10010
Robert Murphy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New York
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPC, LMFT
“With over 23 years in private practice I still enjoy the uniqueness of every client I meet. I am licensed as a marriage and family therapist in New York and currently work with a broad spectrum of clients.
Gay Issues
(646) 553-3150
New York, New York 10011
Gilbert McCurdy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MBA, CSAT, CGP, LCSW-R
“My practice focuses on treating intimacy/relationship problems, sexual compulsivity, alcohol/substance abuse, Al-Anon/ACOA issues, codependency/co-addiction, personality issues, childhood traumas, anxiety and depression. In addition, I have a speciality working with Gay men. My career began with an MBA working on Wall Street. Since 1995 I've been practicing psychotherapy as a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and received my Masters in Social Work from Columbia University. My former career in business, combined with extensive experience consulting with corporate Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) has been particularly helpful to people facing all kinds of career/workplace issues.
Gay Issues
(646) 600-5033
New York, New York 10003
Joseph A Zagame, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I want to support you in achieving the goals that you're seeking and create change in your life. My style is active and I like to work collaboratively with clients. It is my goal to create a safe, comfortable, and supportive atmosphere in which together we can gain a better understanding of your past and present day difficulties.
Gay Issues
(917) 267-0799
New York, New York 10001
Brian Kloppenberg, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
“You are looking for help because you have reached a dead-end. Perhaps you are having trouble with an important relationship, or with your job. Perhaps you cannot get along with yourself. Whatever the difficulty, you realize at this point that you cannot sort things out on your own, and you are hoping that psychotherapy might help. I provide individual psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, a more intensive form of psychotherapeutic work. My job is to help you to find a way beyond the dead-end, so that you can ultimately move on from the limitations of your current situation.
Gay Issues
(646) 490-9965
New York, New York 10010
Andrew Merling, Psychologist  in New York
“Dr. Merling has been in private practice since 1997 and is on staff in the Department of Psychiatry at Mt. Sinai Roosevelt Hospital in Midtown Manhattan. He is a general practitioner who treats individuals and couples seeking help for a wide range of mental health problems. His expertise is in the integration of cognitive-behavioral therapy with more exploratory, insight-oriented approaches. Areas of specialty include: -Substance Abuse and Co-Ocurring Disorders -Depression and Anxiety -LGBT issues -Geropsychology/Older Adults. Please visit Dr. Merling's website at www.drmerling.com for more information.
Gay Issues
(917) 688-4413
New York, New York 10019
Robert Millner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Relationships can hurt, but they can also heal. I see psychotherapy as a new kind of relationship. One in which old patterns can be discovered, explored and changed for good. We enter into each new experience with a clear, often unconscious, expectation of how things will unfold. Often, these expectations become limitations; these "new" experiences become stuck in familiar "old" patterns. In order to discover new ways of being, we need to establish new, different kinds of relationships; to others; to our work; and to our lives in general.
Gay Issues
(646) 553-4032
New York, New York 10010
Jamie Trachtenberg,   in New York
“I am a seasoned psychodynamically trained psychotherapist. I work with individuals and couples on a short term or long term basis dealing with issues related to anxiety, depression, trauma, grief or phase of life. I have expertise in Palliative and End of Life Care and with adult issues of trauma, substance abuse, recovery, HIV/AIDS and chronic illness such as Lupus and MS.
Gay Issues
(917) 725-4019
New York, New York 10014
Joanne Spina LCSW,BCD, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“I believe people come to therapy because something isn't working for them. They need someone to listen to their story, hear the deeper meanings and make meaningful connections for them. They may be depressed over a relationship, experiencing a loss of self esteem, mourning a loved,seeking a deeper meaning in life, or becoming aware of a past trauma. Sharing their concerns with an experienced therapist can help connect past history to present allowing one tp gain meaningful insights into your life. Therapy is a place to share, unburden and grow toward the fullfillment you long for.
Gay Issues
(646) 663-4499
New York, New York 10011
Mark O'Connell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MFA
“Therapy is an opportunity to heal and to expand. To be seen and heard as you are, and to explore the possibilities of who you might become. Our work together begins with you: your unique circumstances and goals. Awareness of the self is a great power that, when harnessed, leads to mental and emotional freedom, versatility, and options in your life and relationships. I create a safe and supportive space for you to express feelings, identify obstacles (both in and out of your control), clarify goals, and ultimately create a more liberated life.
Gay Issues
(646) 553-6431
New York, New York 10010
Volker Schuetz, Psychologist  in New York
“Psychotherapy is about change and growth, an endeavor that takes commitment and courage. Change can be painful at times and often scares us, so we rather stay within the bounds of old but familiar patterns of going about our lives. To have someone you trust to guide you through the change process can make all the difference. A genuine and supportive therapeutic relationship can help you take an honest look at your feelings and thoughts about yourself and your relationships with others, which will bring about the change that removes the barriers to a healthy and fulfilled life.
Gay Issues
(212) 804-6703
New York, New York 10010
Juan Olmedo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGP
“I have worked in social services providing individual and group counseling in New York City for over 15 years. From crisis hotline volunteer to HIV test educator, from substance use counselor to prevention group leader, my work has taught me two important things: no one's life is perfect and everyone's got issues. So why therapy? There are times when you find yourself in the same frustrating or painful situation, or when you just want to make a change but don't know how - therapy can help. With my training and experience, I can help you through these times.
Gay Issues
(646) 257-5047
New York, New York 10001
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