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Psychoanalytic Therapists in New York

Marina Stolerman, Psychologist  in New York
“I believe creating a comfortable, warm, and of course confidential environment is key. Sharing one's thoughts and feelings can be difficult work, but careful, compassionate listening, thoughtful reflection and a sense of humor can make it easier to engage in the therapeutic process. I work psychodynamically, thinking about you as a whole person, not as a cluster of symptoms. Together, we will consider your experiences from early life, patterns of relating and refine goals for cultivating a satisfying, meaningful life.
Psychoanalytic
(347) 514-9689
New York, New York 10128
Nardia N Brooks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, CASAC
“The decision to embark on a therapeutic relationship with someone often comes with some degree of ambivalence; the right fit is crucial in your progress in treatment. I offer a sliding scale rate for a consultation and will offer referrals if the fit is not satisfactory. Being understood is pivotal in the field of psychotherapy/psycho-analysis; together we will work to achieve this, while ensuring that you feel safe and comfortable. I am an experienced psychotherapist educated at New York and Columbia Universities; I have years of experience in the field of psychotherapy, psycho-analysis and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).
Psychoanalytic
(347) 682-3126
New York, New York 10010
Leslie A Trawin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“Couples in crisis,or quietly losing their way, have come to me for help in strengthening their relationships in a neutral, supportive atmosphere. I also have extensive experience with individuals (adult and children) and families. In crisis, short term or long term therapy, I am quite familiar with issues of depression, anxiety, work, or family stress. Many clients contact me regarding concerns about isolation, sexual identity, mood swings,and interpersonal relationships . Men, who often seek out therapy less readily than women, are well represented in my practice. People in the arts also occupy a large part of my work.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 351-1970
New York, New York 10003
Whitney Schaffer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you experiencing difficulty in your relationships, engaging in self-sabotoging behavior, feeling paralyzed in your life? You can create change. You don't have to remain anxious, depressed, confused or paralyzed in relationships or in life. Together we can create a safe space for you to feel both understood and empowered. We will work as a partnership exploring the hurdles that prevent growth, and the patterns of behavior that are no longer helpful but difficult to let go of. Together we will lay the foundation for lasting change.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 338-4575
New York, New York 10010
“Trained in a psychoanalytic paradigm, I believe that past experiences profoundly influence how we manage our fears and anxieties and thus impact the quality of our relationships with others and the world around us, i.e., they affect the ways in which we are able to shape our lives in the present. While this belief fundamentally guides my thinking and informs my treatment approach, I am versed in a variety of techniques rooted in other traditions and am comfortable treating a wide range of clinical issues. I also have extensive experience conducting neuropsychological, psycho-educational, and personality assessments.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 583-3933
New York, New York 10010
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I am a psychotherapist (more than 30 years) on the Upper Westside of Manhattan. My practice consist of individuals from culturally diverse backgrounds, life choices and ages; a variety of challenges ( ie, depression, anxiety, life transitions, loss, sexual identity) that interfere with: achieving one's life's goal: Working collaboratively with the unique individual to help identify obstacles; increasing their insight and coping abilities. To increase functioning to an optimal/satisfying level. Identify and focus on life goals; self well-being including relationships/work. To increase in emotional ability and range so that one can navigate their life and living in a more satisfied, fuller existence.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 392-8421
New York, New York 10024
Angela Retano, Psychiatric Nurse  in New York
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Psychiatric Nurse, RN, PMHNP, BC
“As a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and skilled psychotherapist, I treat you as the unique individual you are. I understand that your life experiences and concerns may have caused you to experience both physical and emotional pain. Therefore, I maintain a non-judgmental environment with empathy, warmth, and care. I will help you to explore those troubled aspects of your life, while offering you the best treatment approach possible. In an atmosphere that promotes self-acceptance, understanding and trust, you will be able to explore and eliminate those conflicts that get in your way so that you can feel better and finally reach your goals.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 233-0219
New York, New York 10003
Bethany Ginn Waldrop, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I consider it an honor to hear peoples' stories and help them find freedom and wholeness by meeting them where they are and walking alongside them through life's struggles and situations. I create a safe and supportive environment for people to share their stories and struggles, and connect them to various resources and support systems they made need, including: nutritionists; MDs; support groups, clergy; etc. in order to provide the most comprehensive approach to wholeness and well-being.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 681-2698
New York, New York 10012
“My patients come to treatment to open up repressed parts of themselves. Sometimes, my patients are struggling to integrate family backgrounds, religious,or cultural with their lives today. They have often succeeded in their profesional lives but feel stuck in their romantic or interpersonal lives.My patients usually bring a curiousity about how their history effects their present lives.They are interested in engaging in a treatamnt which examines this closely in order to understand why they are feeling blocked and to open up a greater sense of inner freedom in order to live more meaningful and fuller lives.
Psychoanalytic
(212) 595-8613
New York, New York 10023
Barbara L. Reichenthal, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“If you are dealing with relationship difficulties, having problems at work or school, facing medical conditions, trying to manage stress, worries, anxiety or depression, or thinking about a career or other major change, we can work together to help bring improvements to your life.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 351-1767
New York, New York 10016
Mark Spergel, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
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Licensed Psychoanalyst, PhD, LP, NCPsyA
“My approach to therapy is psychoanalytic/psychodynamic and draws on multiple theoretical approaches depending on the needs of the patient. Whether you are in crisis or simply dissatisfied with some aspect of your life, therapy can help by uncovering unconscious patterns and finding new ways to address unsettling internal states and interpersonal conflicts. These can include difficulties with coworkers and supervisors, family or romantic relationships, identity issues, unwanted dependencies, loss, loneliness, inertia, anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, rage, compulsive behaviors, and other self-destructive patterns.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 746-6114
New York, New York 10016
Daniel Heimowitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with postgraduate training in psychoanalysis. I have over 20 years of experience working with a wide variety of diagnoses. I have helped people with a wide variety of issues with major focus on relationship difficulties and work related problems. You can call or email me for a free initial consultation. I accept most health insurances.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 746-7137
New York, New York 10024
Jennifer Carlson, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, disconnected, sad, anxious or angry? Are you dealing with the pain of past experiences that are impacting your life and relationships in the present? Therapy helps to facilitate insight and understanding that in turn can lead to a more meaningful life and healthier relationships. Together we will identify how your experiences have brought you to this point in your life, and how the underlying causes of difficulty in your life have contributed to your current frustrations. Collaborating to deepen your understanding, reduce distress, create better ways of coping, and promote healing that allow for greater balance in your life.
Psychoanalytic
(212) 479-7896
New York, New York 10011
Rivka Bekerman Greenberg, Psychologist  in New York
“I am a warm and compassionate clinical psychologist, with over thirty years of experience in the following areas: depression, anxiety, difficulties in relationships, psychosomatic symptoms, parenting issues, balancing motherhood and the work place, separation, loss, and struggles of creativity. My goal is to provide a safe therapeutic environment where the exploration of painful issues can create new opportunities for hope and change. I hold a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of London, and a Certificate in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis from the New York University Post-Doctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 666-8375
New York, New York 10019
Patricia Tidwell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Finding the right therapist can be challenging. I believe that it is important for you to feel safe, comfortable and understood. With over 15 years experience, I will work with you to help you find your own voice, connect to your inner experiences, have more meaningful relationships and more satisfying work. The goal is to have a fuller sense of who you are and a more rewarding and fulfilling life.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 600-5130
New York, New York 10010
Odile M Hullot-Kentor, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
“I work with adults and older adolescents who are having difficulties with a wide range of distress, conflict, anxiety and frustration. These problems have underlying patterns that can be understood and changed through insight and emotional discovery in a non-judgmental and empathic therapy relationship.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 230-8440
New York, New York 10011
Carolyn McIntyre, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“As a therapist in New York City and Brooklyn Heights, I use EFT, Emotionally Focused Therapy by Dr Susan Johnson and Internal Family Systems therapy by Richard Schwartz to help individuals and couples develop secure relationships with primary partners and with oneself. Feelings of depression and anxiety are often connected to feeling alone. Improving primary relationships enables one to feel connected, less alone in life, and decreases the release of stress hormones. I also help clients develop a better relationship with oneself.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 746-8666
New York, New York 10016
R. Stephen McNulty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“My name is Stephen McNulty. I'm a Licenced Clinical Social Worker and a psychoanalytically trained psychotherapist. I'm a graduate of New York University and hold an advanced Certificate in Clinical Social Work. I'm also a graduate of the Washington Square Institute for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 600-9120
New York, New York 10011
Danielle Sheypuk, Psychologist  in New York
“I have a significant amount of clinical experience treating a wide-variety of mental health issues including anxiety, depression and other mood disorders, substance abuse problems, traumatic experiences, matters of grief/death/dying, and self-esteem improvement. I do consultations and treatment via Skype. The Skype method of therapy is different than traditional office-based therapy in that it is conducted over the internet and allows the client to conveniently stay in their own environment. This is especially useful in cases where the client is physically disabled and it is not easy or convenient for the client to be physically present in the office.
Psychoanalytic
New York, New York 10001
Susan Kavaler-Adler, Psychologist  in New York
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Psychologist, PhD, ABPP, NPsyA, DLitt
“I have found that the most efficient avenue to life progress can be the connection between the psychotherapist and the client. Such connection promotes an evolving internal connection with one's most true passions,and offers the company of another in facing fears. I would help you to deal with conflicts that block your motivation and passion and help you open to new ways of engaging with your inner resources, and with the significant people in your life. In order to this I address any blocks & resistances that interfere with deep and authentic feeling contact.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 351-1857
New York, New York 10003
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