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Psychoanalytic Therapists in New York

William Rosenthal, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“At times we find ourselves unhappy and stuck in unproductive and often painful patterns of thinking, feeling, behaving and relating. Through a collaborative, interactive therapeutic relationship I help people achieve greater self-understanding and self-awareness so they can change and grow, and find a way forward into happier and healthier ways of being.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 480-6553
New York, New York 10001
Lisa Benger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Making the decision to enter therapy often comes out of a long and sometimes painful process or life circumstance. I offer a non-judgmental, compassionate, and understanding atmosphere for each patient. As an analytic training candidate with the Inter-regional Society of Jungian Analysts through the Philadelphia Association of Jungian Analysts, I approach the treatment process based on the specific background and needs of each individual. This will be explored and arrived at together through the treatment process.
Psychoanalytic
(347) 620-7112
New York, New York 10001
Ellen Katz Westrich, Psychologist  in New York
“I have great interest in, and years of experience working with people coping with a variety of life issues. In particular, I specialize in working with people who express psychological stress through their bodies. This can include eating issues,anxiety disorders,and post traumatic stress disorder.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 606-3963
New York, New York 10065
Dennis Haseley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a psychodynamic clinician working with adults and older adolescents. If you encounter problems in relationships, work, or other areas of your life, I can provide an empathic, experienced perspective to help you more fully understand the current issues, and to see if there are patterns outside of your awareness that are contributing to your difficulties. I address deeper causes of anxiety and depression, that are usually related to personal history. I see the aim of treatment as increased self-understanding and change.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 863-6454
New York, New York 10011
Stephanie A Vanden Bos, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“An interactive relationship is the cornerstone of effective psychotherapy. It is a creative collaboration. I work with people to help relieve pain and find ways of living that feel better and more meaningful. Together we identify and work through problematic issues and patterns that undermine successful living. The overarching goals in therapy are to find relief, deepen insight, generate new opportunities, cultivate healthy experiences and enjoy more fulfilling relationships. With some help everyone is capable of making positive changes.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 351-1681
New York, New York 10010
Elizabeth Singer, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
“I continue to refine my work with sensitive and explosive people. The problems my patients encounter arise primarily from mood. I work with anger on the surface as well as anger masked as social anxiety. Patients sometimes come with very little hope of healing; it's been wrong so long and other therapies have provided only scant relief. As Salman Ahktar's patient said in a recent paper, "I am under the ocean and you talk to me of rain."
Psychoanalytic
(646) 553-5072
New York, New York 10011
Graciana Lapetina, Psychiatrist  in New York
“I believe effective treatment is a collaborative process. For over a decade, I have been helping individuals with a wide range of emotional difficulties, including anxiety disorders and depressive disorders as well as work and relationship problems, low self-esteem and low self-confidence. Individuals who come for help may not fully understand the nature of their difficulties, only that something is not quite right. Through a careful and thorough evaluation, we will work jointly to clarify your present concerns and determine a treatment modality to best address them, which may include psychotherapy and/or medications.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 663-3014
New York, New York 10011
Mojca Branc, Counselor  in New York
“I value making therapy a safe and comfortable experience for my clients. Therefore I take a collaborative approach to treatment: I believe the best outcomes in therapy happen when both the client and therapist work together. It may be that therapy is new to you, or you have had a bad experience before; but I will work with you to ensure that we are addressing your needs and meeting your goals. The process of therapy is different for everyone and treatment should be viewed in the same way.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 746-7758
New York, New York 10011
Naomi Hamby, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Looking for a therapist can be daunting, especially when one already feels overwhelmed or hopeless. I utilize a humanistic, collaborative and eclectic psychodynamic approach in my work with individuals. Psychodynamic psychotherapy provides an opportunity to become acquainted with yourself and the world you inhabit in a new and transformational way. You become better equipped to make choices that will allow you to move towards your goals and desires. Or perhaps you are having difficulty identifying your goals, desires and feelings. I can help you to discover, develop, and integrate the many different parts that comprise "You."
Psychoanalytic
(917) 791-1003
New York, New York 10003
Christopher Bandini, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you successful in some areas of your life, but feel like something is still lacking in others? Have you had a prior experience in therapy that did not go as you hoped? Beginning psychotherapy is one of the more profound, yet difficult decisions an individual can make. I foster a therapeutic environment of safety, honesty and integrity that facilitates positive change and personal growth. My approach is interactive, caring and thoughtful. I will help you to understand your feelings and recognize patterns that are obstacles to leading a meaningful life.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 600-9044
New York, New York 10003
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“With a warm, thoughtful, and focused style, I aim to create a safe space in which we can collaboratively explore your difficulties and make sense out of what feels overwhelming or impossible to change. Whether you're struggling with depression, anxiety, difficulties in relationships, or any other kind of emotional pain, sharing the process of understanding yourself better can also change how you experience yourself and others, and make other changes possible.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 746-5450
New York, New York 10003
Christine M. O'Toole, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, EdM
“I view therapy as a collaboration, one in which we work together to enhance your quality of life, one in which we explore your goals, dreams, and passions in a safe and trusting space. Do you want to find your most authentic self and feel more present in your life? Are you feeling stuck in your job, relationships, or past? Whether you are looking to make life changes, overcome current stresses, or need to find healing for deeper vulnerabilities, I will seek to engage you and work with you with a warm and respectful approach, always mindful of where you are in the process.
Psychoanalytic
(973) 975-0195
New York, New York 10011
Christine Grounds, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Do you want to improve the relationships in your life? In my practice I find that most people suffer from anxiety and depression as a result of a relationship. Most often this is due to a conflict with a loved one or a boss. Others experience these symptoms due to a lack of relationships, romantic or otherwise. If you want to feel less anxiety, stress, depression or greater self-esteem then we can work together to achieve your goals.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 525-5099
New York, New York 10001
Stephane Ohayon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, Phd, LCSW
“An effective mental health counselor is a social anthropologist at heart with a profound knowledge of ethnicity, sociology, race, religious and/or spiritual denominations,family dynamics and how economics influence and determine emotional conflicts. Fluent in French, Spanish and English, well-travelled and well-versed in the arts and literature of other countries and with a subtancial background in psychology and psychoanalysis I approach emotional issues with flexibility and relevance to the individual patient. I delve into the client's self and biographical life to mobilize hidden forces, unused energies to assist him/her in the struggle to prevail.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 681-5363
New York, New York 10011
Kirk Brewster, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I work with a wide range of clients, from college students to professionals. A large percentage of my practice is made up of individuals in the performing and creative arts. I find a psychological curiosity on the part of the client to be especially helpful in the process.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 600-8035
New York, New York 10016
Park Avenue Doctors, Psychiatrist  in New York
“Dr. Ben Angarita, previously chosen as Chief Resident at The Mount Sinai Hospital, received his Doctorate of Medicine from Cornell University Medical School and his bachelor's degree from Williams College. He is a clinician, researcher, and educator at The Mount Sinai Hospital and a staff psychiatrist at Lenox Hill Hospital. Dr. Angarita has also been featured on NBC Television's Saturday Today in New York (see his website for the link to the video).
Psychoanalytic
(347) 695-8847
New York, New York 10128
Lauren Levine, Psychologist  in New York
“I see psychotherapy as an active, collaborative process and I try to foster an atmosphere of safety and support, so that together we can understand the painful patterns and issues interfering with your leading a more satisfying and fulfilling life. I believe psychotherapy can be a life-changing experience, but I know reaching out for help can feel daunting. I'm a clinical psychologist with training in relational psychoanalysis at NYU, and at Harvard University's Massachusetts Mental Health Center. I've been practicing and supervising psychotherapy with people from a variety of backgrounds and cultures for twenty years.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 553-6339
New York, New York 10019
Katerina Zubritskaya  in New York
“Starting therapy requires courage and strength even when we are in pain or dissatisfied with the way things are. It is difficult to open up to a stranger, to change the familiar ways of dealing with life and people. That is why I believe in providing a safe, nonjudgmental environment, where we will look at recurrent patterns in your life (for example why do you choose "the same type" of partners or feel so lonely or anxious, why do you often have the "same conflicts" with your bosses or friends) and gain insight into unconscious motivations of your behavior.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 725-3002
New York, New York 10024
Aaron Malark, Psychologist  in New York
“Are you feeling stuck? Lost? Anxious or depressed? Psychotherapy can be a wonderful, challenging, and empowering experience that can allow you to make real, meaningful change in your life. I have worked with people of many ages and backgrounds, and I believe in approaching each therapeutic relationship in an open, compassionate, and collaborative way. I will work with you to develop a plan that fits your needs, goals and values. I have extensive experience with a wide range of issues, including depression, anxiety, interpersonal conflicts, behavior change, relationship problems, and living with a chronic medical condition.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 760-1623
New York, New York 10001
“I really will listen to you and work to understand what is giving you trouble. I will always keep your needs in mind, and be entirely truthful. Each person has a unique history and I never try to fit a person into a theory.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 762-6229
New York, New York 10025
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