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Depression Therapists in New York

Kevin R. Kulic, Psychologist  in New York
“There are often times in life when we run into problems that we donít feel like we can handle alone. This is normal, and common reactions to this experience are depression and anxiety. I can help you work through these issues and many others, including but not limited to: Depression, Anxiety and Panic Attacks, OCD, Relationships including Couples, Marital, and Family Counseling, Career Issues and Life Transitions, Children, Adolescents, Adults, Learning and Disability Evaluations, Grief, Loss, and Parenting. Please call me at (646) 239-1397 for a free consultation, and I'll be happy to talk you through the process.
Depression
(646) 600-8156
New York, New York 10021
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?
Depression
(646) 257-5068
New York, New York 10003
Aaron Skinner-Spain, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I firmly believe that we as human beings grow in relationships as an empathic and attuned other bears witness to our struggles; my role is to provide a safe environment and a skilled ear in which you are able to become better acquainted with yourself: your thinking, behavior, and feelings so that you can ultimately live a more fulfilled life. For some this means a few months of work and for others a few years.
Depression
(718) 925-4804
New York, New York 10003
Phoebus James Dhrymes, Psychiatrist  in New York
“I believe that psychotherapy and, in some cases, judicious use of psychiatric medications can both be important for effective treatment of depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, PTSD and addictive disorders. I will provide you with a comprehensive initial evaluation with recommendations for ongoing treatment, followed by regular sessions which could include multiple modalities of therapy. Among my peers, I am regarded as more conservative with the use of medications to address symptoms, particularly in patients in early recovery from substance abuse. I have experience treating patients in many contexts including the office, the hospital, rehabilitation programs and the emergency room.
Depression
(646) 480-7215
New York, New York 10001
Joshua Hooberman, Psychologist  in New York
“Welcome. I aim to provide a supportive and collaborative setting in order to help you work through the concerns that have led you to this site. Ensuring trust and comfort in psychotherapy is an essential component of successful therapy, and is of utmost importance to me. We will begin by identifying goals for therapy and work together on difficulties encountered in the present moment, as well as discover how past experiences have influenced current situations. Our therapy will focus both on immediate symptom relief and on altering long-standing conflicts and patterns.
Depression
(646) 553-4041
New York, New York 10011
Darren Bedrosian, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, LP, MS, LPsyA
“Many adults experience depression, anxiety or similar issues in any given year. Others need help coping with a serious illness, losing weight or stopping smoking. Still others struggle to cope with relationship troubles, job loss, the death of a loved one, stress, substance abuse or other issues.Psychological difficulties are uniquely human. Psychotherapy is a process that can help you cope and work through the tough times, as well as fuel your growth and drive you towards your goals and desires. I work by engaging collaboratively with my patients and clients to explore the issues they are struggling with.
Depression
(914) 768-9122
New York, New York 10019
Nilde Leo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-R
“Life can be quite stressful impacting how we feel on both a physical and psychological level. This can lead to depression and/or anxiety, which at times can negatively impact every area of life. There are many ways of coping that can help you become stronger in this process, leaving you with a more positive experience both within yourself and in your relationships. Letting go of old ways of living life that keep you stuck is not so difficult, it just takes acknowledging that this issue exists and skills (you already posses) that I can help you get back to.
Depression
(646) 600-8018
New York, New York 10010
Christine Motta, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CGP
“I am a clinical social worker with 27 years experience treating people from all walks of life. For the past 20 years I have been in private practice in Manhattan, and for the last 3 years I additionally practice in Montclair, NJ. I also offer secure online counseling or Skype therapy for residents of both New York and New Jersey. I have extensive experience working with depression, anxiety, and trauma histories as well as a host of other mental health issues. My approach is eclectic; using methods that best fit my individual clients. My emphasis is on unconscious motivations for behavioral dysfunctions.
Depression
(646) 490-9955
New York, New York 10024
Jeffrey Spodak, Psychologist  in New York
“Taking a new look at issues in your life is sometimes a daunting task. Beginning therapy can be a great first step towards your process of change. I am an experienced psychotherapist who works with individuals and couples of any age, cultural background or sexual orientation. My approach is mainly psychodynamic as I believe that discovering the underlying roots to life circumstances is essential to the process of change. Towards this end, I will help you identify and change problematic patterns in your life.
Depression
(718) 569-8411
New York, New York 10003
Balin Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“There are many reasons why someone chooses to seek therapy. Troubling relationship patterns or career challenges may feel unchangeable or insurmountable. You may have difficulty making decisions or feel stuck. Sadness, worry, or low self-esteem may be compromising your quality of life. It requires courage to enlist the help of a therapist; I appreciate this and respond to patients empathically, supportively, and non-judgmentally. Psychotherapy increases one's capacity for self-reflection, fosters and nurtures one's strengths, amplifies one's self-understanding, and allows one to make positive changes in his or her life.
Depression
(347) 826-1699
New York, New York 10003
Michele B Smith, Psychologist  in New York
Psychologist, PhD
“I provide a warm, respectful, and professional environment in which to help you with your problems. My approach to therapy is time limited, present focused, and solution oriented. I will assist you in setting goals, and together we will identify steps you can take to achieve them. Problems that may seem overwhelming become manageable when approached in a step-by-step fashion.
Depression
(646) 480-7309
New York, New York 10128
Marietta Guido, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As a psychoanalyst, I believe in the therapeutic process as an agent of change and growth. The relationship between analyst and patient is an important tool in the exploration and understanding of patient's past and present behaviours. My empathic approach hopes to create an environment where trust and curiosity can flourished.
Depression
(646) 351-1760
New York, New York 10001
Julie Sahlein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I can help you grow to become a stronger and freer person. My task is to listen to you patiently and carefully, in order to find the obstacles to your happiness. Together, we can build on your strengths, in order to help you achieve your life goals. My style is warm and active. I believe clear boundaries are essential in the healing process. My clinical approach is primarily psychodynamic but also incorporates cognitive-behavioral interventions, DBT, and motivational interviewing. I custom-fit an approach for each client, based on a careful assessment of the person's strengths, vulnerabilities, and needs.
Depression
(646) 663-5564
New York, New York 10023
Alden Cass, Psychologist  in New York
“It is my belief that mental illness and addiction can be treated successfully when a therapist and client have an active, open, and trusting, collaborative relationship. Sometimes an individual who is suffering needs to believe that there are solutions available for them and the chance to change. I have extensive training in working clinically with adolescents, young adults, and adults suffering from depression, anxiety, job burnout, addiction, or painful life transitions. I am a cognitive behavioral therapist and am extremely focused on helping my clients find solutions for their current problems.
Depression
(646) 600-9011
New York, New York 10022
“Beginning psychotherapy is a gift you can give yourself. If you're feeling down or you can never fully relax; it might be hard to imagine you could feel better. Maybe you keep repeating unsatisfying relationship patterns even though you want something else. These challenges, as well as many others, can interfere with the joyful, satisfying life you want. Psychotherapy can help you understand parts of yourself you don't fully know. Ultimately, this enables you to experience greater freedom and to envision new possibilities. This process can be deeply transformational because it involves emotional, intellectual, and bodily experience.
Depression
(347) 897-5609
New York, New York 10003
Michael J Mahelsky, Psychiatrist  in New York
“Most of the patients who have worked with me over the years have a variety of different mental health issues. These include depression, anxiety and substance dependence. However, in psychiatry, there are many other mental health matters which need to be diagnosed and carefully treated. I feel very capable and prepared given my years of experience to work with patients who have these conditions as well.
Depression
(646) 502-8481
New York, New York 10016
Justyna Zapolska, Psychologist  in New York
“I am a warm, insightful, and caring psychologist who specializes in working with adults, couples, and families who are dealing with transitions or are feeling stuck or unhappy in their lives. I see these difficulties as symptoms of underlying and long-standing problems or limited opportunities to learn and develop satisfactory ways of relating to the environment. I work by helping patients understand the source(s) of their difficulties and help them to come to terms with painful feelings or circumstances as well as to find ways to change their mindset and life circumstances.
Depression
(917) 746-8551
New York, New York 10011
Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program at Mount Sinai, Treatment Facility  in New York
“The Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program at Mount Sinai offers free treatment options through participation in research studies. People struggling with symptoms of depression, bipolar disorder, or trauma are encouraged to contact our program to see if we have a treatment study that will meet their needs. Our doctors also offer psychotherapy and medication treatments for people who do not wish to participate in research studies. Please contact our program for more information if you are interested. Visit www.mountsinai.org/map or call 212-241-3116
Depression
(646) 480-7092
New York, New York 10029
Elaine O'Connell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I know it's hard to find the right therapist. Going through profiles, you may not be entirely sure what you're looking for. Please feel free to reach out for a consultation. If we're not a good fit, I can refer you to one of my colleagues. I work w/ adults,children & adolescents struggling w/depression, anxiety,ADHD and issues w/identity, anger, relationship& parenting. I have additional training in grief & trauma counseling, chronic illness. I really enjoy working w/people in transitions i.e. break ups, moving, grief & hospital employees coping w/burn out, stress,compassion fatigue.
Depression
(917) 740-2986
New York, New York 10021
Jodi N Licht, Psychologist  in New York
“I believe we all have the strength and courage to meet life's challenges. Psychotherapy is one of the many ways we can examine our lives and look within ourselves to find our unique attributes and strengths to overcome adversity and thrive. The process can be hard but also joyful, creative and rewarding.
Depression
(917) 725-4127
New York, New York 10011
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