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Psychoanalytic Therapists in New York

Bart Gardy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker, certified psychoanalyst and certified group psychotherapist practicing in New York for over twenty years. My style is interactive and direct. I specialize in treating depression, anxiety, addiction/compulsive disorders, low self-esteem and relationship difficulties.
Psychoanalytic
(212) 447-4478
New York, New York 10016
Kenneth R Cohen, Psychiatrist  in New York
“I am a Board Certified psychiatrist with over fifteen years of clinical experience since my graduation from residency, and I maintain practices in psychiatry in New York City and Sharon, Connecticut. Areas of expertise include psychopharmacology, psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, and work with patients suffering from medical illness; I have completed formal fellowships in these areas at Cornell, Columbia, and Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 571-0422
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
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, MBE
“Starting therapy can be a difficult step for everyone. When you're stuck, helpless, or hopeless, therapy will help you to find a new meaning in life, and to reach your goals. I offer a safe, welcoming space to talk and address your concerns, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. I have an MBE and worked in business. This experience allows me to work analytically and with a deep knowledge of how the corporate world works: I will help you to overcome the emotional challenges that the corporate world entails, and work with you on your long term goals and achieve them.
Psychoanalytic
(845) 671-3130
New York, New York 10016
Lynn Horridge, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I am a psychotherapist in private practice in the West Village. I provide a calm, supportive environment for people dealing with depression and anxiety. I work with people to help understand and seek relief from difficult states of mind. Together, we will explore how feelings and behaviors relate to each other, and use that knowledge to help shape the way you want to live your life. I work extensively with people from NYC's academic, professional, creative arts, and LGBTQ communities.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 746-6454
New York, New York 10011
Brenda Shoshanna, Psychologist  in New York
“A clinical psychologist, and long term practitioner and teacher of meditation, I have been in private practice for over thirty years and have offered over 500 workshops on all aspects of personal and spiritual development, relationship building and attaining authentic peace of mind.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 863-4391
New York, New York 10028
Donna Silbert, Psychologist  in New York
“I have over 20 years of experience treating adults and adolescents in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis and treating children in play therapy. I specialize in helping people with depression, anxiety, and relationship issues; sexual problems; addictions; and in treating survivors of childhood sexual abuse. In addition, I enjoy doing parent guidance, particularly around learning differences and ADHD issues, and am skilled in helping parents work with their children and their children's school to build on strengths and bolster weaknesses.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 351-1994
New York, New York 10024
Denise D. Lanes, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
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Licensed Psychoanalyst, NCPsyA, MBA
“Do you "have it all" yet feel stressed, unhappy, unfulfilled? Do you wonder why that is? Learning about what's behind those thoughts and feelings can improve your self-esteem, happiness, love and business relationships, negotiating ability and relationship to money. Through psychoanalysis, you can feel more in control, relaxed, peaceful, self-confident, loving and lovable. I won't tell you what to do. Instead, I'll help you understand your needs and wishes so that you can decide your course of action and cope with life long after you've finished therapy.
Psychoanalytic
(212) 475-3488
New York, New York 10011
The Core Addiction Therapy, Treatment Facility  in New York
“The Core Centers are the most individualized treatment facilities in the country. Our residences and facilities are designed with you in mind, in order to make your recovery as confortable as possible. We are offering a wide range of spiritual and holistic activities that have been developed by our clinical team. Our success ratio is among the highest. Call us today for a free assessment.
Psychoanalytic
(631) 364-0093
New York, New York 10128
Joshua Yoselovsky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“I believe that therapy should provide a space for individuals to safely and openly explore past and present experiences of trauma, conflict, and desire. Addressing these experiences in therapy without the threat or fear of judgment can help alleviate stress, anxiety, anger, and depression. The relationship that develops between the client and therapist, in addition to the client's individual strengths, insight, and motivation, facilitates growth and progress towards the client's ultimate goals. A mutually trusting and respectful relationship between the client and therapist is therefore necessary, and is a key factor in my practice.
Psychoanalytic
(347) 601-6603
New York, New York 10003
Sherman Pheiffer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LP
“Sherman Pheiffer is a psychoanalytically trained psychotherapist and couples therapist with over 30 years of experience in private practice in New York City. His very extensive experience and years of psychoanalytic training have served to sharpen his "compassionate objectivity". His style is direct, honest and open. He calls it as he sees it. Sherman has been practicing psychotherapy and psychoanalysis since 1976.
Psychoanalytic
(212) 989-1969
New York, New York 10011
Katarzyna Dlugosz, Counselor  in New York
“I view psychotherapy as a way of gaining relief from suffering. It is a process that can enable you to learn new, more constructive ways of dealing with difficulties, and more enjoyable and healthier ways of relating to yourself and others. I believe that empathic, supportive, safe environment and deep understanding of your conscious and unconscious motives are essential in order to promote emotional growth, self-awareness and change.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 863-5439
New York, New York 10036
Kathleen M Kelley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Emotional wellbeing is an integral part to leading a balanced and fulfilling life. When there is emotional dis-ease, there is pain and suffering. These are key indicators that there is a need to slow down, take stock and process how you are feeling and what you are experiencing . Therapy offers the space and time to slow down, reflect and gain clarity into our emotional experiences. Everyone has the inherent capacity to heal within themselves at any given moment. Love, patience, non-judgment and trust are the guideposts that allow and encourage healing to occur.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 725-3244
New York, New York 10010
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Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LMSW, CASAC-T
“My approach is based on getting to know my client's needs, wants, and desires; and to understand the way they perceive the world. I will listen attentively and objectively to you and together, we will explore emotions, thoughts, and unconscious desires that will make you understand your behaviors, and blockers that prohibit you from living the life you imagine.
Psychoanalytic
(347) 329-2411
New York, New York 10003
Chris Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I believe in drawing from a wide range of approaches and theories, focusing on what is best suited to each person in their own therapy. I know that a trusting relationship must be the foundation of any therapeutic process if it is to be productive, and this is the kind of environment I try to create for all of my clients. I am engaged and interactive, and I work with a wide range of clients with varying backgrounds and issues.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 725-4121
New York, New York 10019
Robert A Friedrich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP
“Whether you seek help with specific problems or to improve overall sense of well being I can help. I am a licensed clinical social worker with 15+ years experience helping people with life's challenges. I believe that when experience is overwhelming we cannot integrate it into a comfortable view of ourselves or the world. Past experience informs our current understanding and influences how we feel and act. Increasing awareness of those connections frees us to to be open to new ways of being. This empowers us to make different choices in shaping our future.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 725-4069
New York, New York 10010
Marc A. Tallent, Psychologist  in New York
“Are you seeking better relationships, greater career success, or relief from emotional distress? I will work with you to overcome the obstacles to living the life you want. Understanding yourself and others in new ways can increase your ability to relate to people authentically and experience love. Reconsidering recurring patterns that once seemed inevitable or uncontrollable can help you eliminate self-defeating behaviors and discover new choices and options. Acquiring the psychological skills to direct your life more effectively can lead to making lasting changes. Developing your emotional intelligence can promote greater resilience, humor, and capacity for pleasure.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 351-1790
New York, New York 10003
Cindie Kastenbaum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Starting therapy can often be difficult and intimidating. My supportive approach helps to establish a connection in which you can feel heard and safe. We will work together to uncover issues and behaviors that have stopped you from being able to reach your goals and experience a sense of well being, In the process, you will acquire greater self awareness and discover coping methods that will help mange your feelings.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 746-8745
New York, New York 10003
Molly Swersky, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
“Psychotherapy is one of the many ways we choose to create change for ourselves. Your experience is highly personal and ever evolving. I am a warm and non-judgmental therapist who believes mutual trust is one of the most important aspects of our work. My intention is to help you gain awareness and understanding of isolated and/or recurring struggles that will enable improvements in love, work and relationships. All emotional experiences are worthy of exploration; however, therapy does not have to last forever and can be as brief or lengthy as is helpful.
Psychoanalytic
(929) 242-6722
New York, New York 10022
John Bean, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“One of the more important factors in having a positive therapy outcome experience is knowing that you are working in a safe, supportive and positive therapy environment. I work collaboratively with you to help you navigate real life events and changes that may seem overwhelming. My use of humor, compassion and a deep respect for each person's story makes our work come alive with the possibility of growth and change.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 681-7388
New York, New York 10024
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Psychoanalytic Therapists
Psychoanalysis is an in-depth form of therapy. The client learns what conscious and unconscious wishes drive their patterns of thinking and behavior on the theory that, by making the unconscious conscious, they will make more educated choices over how they think and act.

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