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Trauma and PTSD Therapists in New York
Post-Traumatic Stress

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“Although I have a certificate in psychoanalysis from NIP, my work is informed by the needs of the individual and I use various modalities in treatment. I have extensive experience in working with trauma, both recent and past, and have found that my EMDR training is very useful. Cognitive/Behavioral techniques are particularly helpful in working with clients who are experiencing anxiety or depression. In some instances medication might be helpful and we would discuss a referral to a psychiatrist. I am not doctrinaire, and work with a client to develop an appropriate treatment plan.
Trauma and PTSD
(917) 300-0163
New York, New York 10065
Linnea Mavrides, Psychologist  in New York
“I am a clinical psychologist who is experienced in working with individuals and couples around a variety of emotional and life challenges, including grief and loss, trauma, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, adjustment disorder, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, personality disorders, and more. I specialize in working with women and couples dealing with challenges around pregnancy, childbirth, and adjustment to parenting. I see individuals with and without a history of mood concerns who are grappling with perinatal or post-partum depression, anxiety, and other distressing emotions. I also see mothers and infants together to help them with issues in attachment and communication.
Trauma and PTSD
(917) 746-1648
New York, New York 10023
Yi-Hui Chang, Art Therapist  in New York
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Art Therapist, MA, LCAT, ATR-BC
“Are you going through a life transition that is stressful, scary, or painful? Do you find words insufficient to express your thoughts and emotions? For some people, talk therapy is sufficient to address their needs. For others, creative arts therapy or eye movement desensitization reprocessing is more helpful to reach healing process.
Trauma and PTSD
(646) 392-7201
New York, New York 10018
Johanna Dobrich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“I have experience working with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, interpersonal dissatisfaction, and mood instability, who feel uncertain about the course their life may be taking. I work with trauma and believe it comes in many different guises, whether it's an acute incident of assault or a long and painful feeling of being misunderstood by one's primary caretaker (i.e. parent or partner). Talk therapy serves to help people alleviate all kinds of suffering as well as developing the capacities for new experience.
Trauma and PTSD
(631) 887-3123
New York, New York 10001
Gary F Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LP
“JUNGIAN PSYCHOANALYTIC PSYCHOTHERAPY has many effective tools to deal with your anxiety, depression and trauma. As a JUNGIAN ANALYST, I use verbal and non-verbal therapies: EMBODIED DREAMWORK, SANDTRAY,VISUAL ARTS, AND PROGRESSIVE EMOTIONAL GROUP THERAPY as well as COACHING. Often inner conflicts are reflected in the outer world as u dilemmas, traumatic fears, phobias, stalemates in relationships and work. Dr. Carl Jung said, "Your vision will become clear only when you look inside your heart. Who looks outside dreams, who looks inside awakens."
Trauma and PTSD
(646) 386-2199
New York, New York 10069
Paul J Park, Psychologist  in New York
“I have extensive and specialized training in working with trauma and the many pains associated with these experiences. Losses, life transitions, anxieties, relationship issues, and medical issues are also important aspects of my practice, as are individuals who are new to psychotherapy. Currently, I work at Rutgers University Medical School as a supervising psychologist, training advanced graduate students and residents as well as providing group and individual therapy to the first responders of the WTC attack.
Trauma and PTSD
(646) 759-4132
New York, New York 10023
Corinne Novella, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Knowing the steps to feeling fulfilled in life can often be confusing, especially if you are overwhelmed or depleted. Feeling supported in your journey makes an enormous difference when beginning the process of self-discovery and making changes. Contact me, and together we can jumpstart your quest for personal and/or professional growth, moving you toward increased self-awareness and confidence to make the changes you want in your life. Whether you want to feel better on a daily basis, improve your relationships, or increase your potential, the most important component in therapy is the therapeutic relationship.
Trauma and PTSD
(718) 395-9939
New York, New York 10003
Gwendolyn L Shapiro, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The needs to feel safe, heard, understood and cared for are universal. Your pain and struggles are not your fault. You do have the power to grow, change, and heal, although you might not know how. This is our work together. Using all the tools I have to offer, with your input and feedback, we change depression or anxiety into joy and peace; self-harm into self-care; failure and stuck-ness into satisfaction and achievements; abandonment and toxic relationships into independence, love, and freedom. *ONLY TAKING NEW CLIENTS IN NEW JERSEY AT THIS TIME*
Trauma and PTSD
(718) 865-8405
New York, New York 10003
Risheen Maheswaran Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“I provide a safe, confidential space to address issues such as moodiness, problems at work or in relationships, loneliness, stress and life transitions. My approach is warm and engaged. I help my clients understand their difficulties in the context of their personal and family history while maintaining a strong focus on alleviating current symptoms. I support clients in inhabiting their strengths, reflecting on how their mind works and enhancing their ability to ride the waves of life. I use a combination of EMDR, mindfulness-based approaches, psychodynamic theory and CBT.
Trauma and PTSD
(917) 809-5407
New York, New York 10128
Erika Hellwig, Counselor  in New York
“I understand the process necessary for change and have been successful in assisting clients as they move forward in areas of their lives where they have been stuck for a long time. I am able to draw from several treatment techniques to provide the client with a method that is best suited to their needs. I primarily focus on a psychodynamic model, using a client's past experiences to help them understand the current difficulties they are having. Through my expertise in anxiety disorders, I am able help clients reduce their anxiety quickly and get back to their lives.
Trauma and PTSD
(917) 832-1957
New York, New York 10006
Laura Goorin, Psychologist  in New York
“I specialize in loss, trauma, and family/relationship issues with children, adolescents and adults, in English and Spanish. I use integrative, strengths-focused, evidenced-based therapy. This means I believe that humans are inherently resilient, but in particular contexts, our once healthy coping styles may suddenly prevent us from returning to our normal functioning. In therapy, I urge clients to explore how they understand the world, learning to tolerate emotions more effectively and accessing their instinctive coping capacities to build flexibility. This method allows clients to uncover their strengths and deepen their sense of hope, leading healthier, more satisfying lives.
Trauma and PTSD
(347) 450-4464
New York, New York 10003
Johanna Tiemann, Psychologist  in New York
“I am a psychotherapist who treats adults and couples using a psychodynamic approach supplemented by hypnotherapy. After more than twenty years of experience I have come to understand the human condition in joy and in sadness and believe that psychotherapy and psychoanalysis holds the key to the relief of anxiety, depression, relational conflict, terror, loneliness, and fearfulness. Therapy is serious business, where many feelings are given expression. Consider that one of them might be joy.
Trauma and PTSD
(646) 762-0392
New York, New York 10024
Dan M Rudofossi, Psychologist  in New York
“If you are experiencing symptoms of Complex PTSD: Police and Public Safety; Firefighter: EMT/Medic; RN, ER MD as a licensed Psychologist and Professor since 1999 I have treated many patients dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma and grief unresolved and disenfranchised. If you are hurting, feeling like you simply cannot relax, feel depressed, sleeping erratically and edgy - and are worried about losing your sanity then give me a call and let's begin what therapy is about: Healing and gaining back what feels is lost in you which is common after cumulative experiences of trauma.
Trauma and PTSD
(646) 663-5495
New York, New York 10016
Toby Schwartz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“While navigating through daily life, people can find themselves facing challenges, which can feel insurmountable, leaving them feeling as though they are overwhelmed, hopeless, and alone. By creating a safe and non-judgmental environment, I can help you to explore these issues in order to help facilitate finding a solution.The most important component to any successful therapy is a strong therapeutic relationship, which I provide with both empathy and respect.
Trauma and PTSD
(646) 481-9728
New York, New York 10001
Jennifer Frank Tantia,   in New York
“I am a clinical psychotherapist and dance/movement therapist specializing in body/mind integrative psychotherapy, or "Somatic Psychotherapy." This type of therapy not only relieves the physical symptoms of stress, but offers change that results in personal awareness that will improve your health by changing your relationship with yourself. By becoming aware of your embodied experience in somatic psychotherapy treatment, you will learn how to relate to yourself, and your sense of who you are in the world will evolve as you discover your own inner strengths and greater capacity for living.
Trauma and PTSD
(646) 808-3813
New York, New York 10018
Naomi Schechter, Psychologist  in New York
“I am an experienced, flexible and active therapist. In my 30 years of practice I have integrated many different modalities into my therapeutic approach so that I have been able to help a wide variety of people meet their specific goals in short or long-term psychotherapy. I help each individual to mobilize all of their resources: emotional, cognitive, physical, social and spiritual to solve problems, learn new skills and expand their horizons. I use EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) a highly effective and efficient way of dealing with acute and chronic trauma.
Trauma and PTSD
(646) 351-1816
New York, New York 10025
Dalit R Gross, Psychologist  in New York
“Therapy should be a safe place where you can open up and speak freely and honestly. If you feel that your daily life is a struggle, I will work with you to help you understand your difficulty. We will work together to discover new ways of coping and understanding to alleviate your distress so that you can begin to live the the most rewarding and fulfilling life possible. My patients have commented they appreciate my warm nature and creativity I bring into sessions.
Trauma and PTSD
(646) 502-6828
New York, New York 10001
Elisa Brunelle, Psychologist  in New York
“If you are reading this, you have taken a courageous first step toward growth, change and improving your quality of life. In my view, life's fabric is made up of relationships to self, symptoms, significant others, life experiences, the world in which we live, religion or spirituality, money, our life's work... My life's work is psychotherapy, and I love it. In my view of this process, issues and problems in these relationships are worked through. Via the therapeutic relationship, symptoms and their underpinnings are addressed with the goal of living a fuller life.
Trauma and PTSD
(201) 389-8289
New York, New York 10010
Matthew Whaley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP, QGT
“I work with diverse clients and issues, including anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction and relationships (including LGBT). Our behavior patterns are our "creative adjustments" to life circumstances that were unresolvable with the resources we had at the time. I facilitate a compassionate self-awareness of "how" we do those patterns, looking to building the resources needed in the present. I believe that change requires a new "experience" in the present and that self-compassion is the best predictor of a good therapeutic outcome. Let's focus less on what "isn't" working in your life and more on accessing and building upon what "is" working NOW.
Trauma and PTSD
(646) 663-5924
New York, New York 10001
Michael Picucci, Counselor  in New York
“An Alternative Approach In Psychotherapy Be prepared to feel a sense of interest, synergy and readiness for something new, gentle and pleasurable with Dr. Michael Picucci's integrative healing approach. Dr. Picucci draws on 30 years of experience in a wide variety of healing and treatment practices, including psychology, psychotherapy, alcoholism and addictions recovery, trauma healing, sexual healing, grief counseling, somatic experiencing and other organic, complementary paradigms. His whole person approach and unique style, along with a diverse clientele have established Dr. Picucci as a preferred provider by many prestigious mental health and addiction treatment centers.
Trauma and PTSD
(212) 242-5052 x1
New York, New York 10003
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