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Psychoanalytic Therapists in New York

“I am a Child, Adolescent, Adult Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst with over 15 years of experience. I help patients in developing self understanding of their own personal conflicts through play and talk therapy. I use medication when necessary, on agreement with the person that I treat and the parents of children in order to decrease suffering, and facilitate the therapy and psychoanalysis. I treat patient with medication only when appropriate and I collaborate with therapists who want me to prescribe medications to their patients.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 553-6341
New York, New York 10128
Deborah Agrest, Psychoanalyst/Psychotherapist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“The things that we don't want to talk about, think about, or remember haunt us in our current lives. They can have us feeling numb and distant from people, situations, or our bodies. Whether thoughts, feelings, or events have undermined your sense of self, triggering anxiety, depression, anger, or grief, or you are struggling in your relationships or with your sexuality, you can begin to feel less perplexed and alone.
Psychoanalytic
(212) 874-2803
New York, New York 10023
Leah Pittell Jacobs, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, LP, NCPSYA, LCSW-R
“I believe that sometimes a person doesn't know for sure what is causing their unhappiness. With my training as both a clinical social worker and a psychoanalyst I can help you to understand the sources of your problems. Then, as a result of new, meaningful, emotional and intellectual understandings, we can work together to find ways to solve the difficulties you are having. The more you understand things about yourself that you hadn't quite realized, the more helpful it is to see how you can make changes to have a more fulfilling life.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 681-2685
New York, New York 10019
Marisa K Mickel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“* * * * * I will resume accepting new clients in early 2015. * * * * * Congratulations on this first step toward beginning (or revisiting) psychotherapy. I believe that psychotherapy can be a life-changing practice, and that positive and productive therapy begins with a safe, trusting, confidential, and empathic client/therapist alliance.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 746-7980
New York, New York 10011
Peter J. Glick, Psychologist  in New York
“I work with people who, for a variety of reasons, feel stuck. Stuck in anxiety, stuck in a mood they cannot escape, stuck in a job or relationship they do not find satisfying, stuck remembering an event or experience they cannot forget, or stuck in a sense that their lives lack movement and a sense of meaningful direction. Psychotherapy with me is process of identifying the pattern that has led to one's feelings of immobilization. Through focusing on thoughts, feelings, dreams, and fantasies, that which was once only faintly noticed is given a voice and expression; leading to a sense of purposefulness and direction.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 681-7874
New York, New York 10024
Lisa Sabath, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-R
“Anxieties, insecurity, depression, difficult patterns in relationships or work, and problems focusing can be understood and changed, so you have more energy and confidence to devote to living. Become more connected to yourself and others through a specialized process of exploration with a trained professional, and see a difference in your life. A therapist's expertise and experience are very important, but the *key* ingredient of effective therapy is a "good fit" between you and your therapist. If you'd like to meet and see how it would be to work together, I would be pleased to hear from you.
Psychoanalytic
(917) 746-5655
New York, New York 10011
Rhoda M Urman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Which primary experience in life usually has the most impact on us? Relationships. If you uncover the source of most problems in living, childhood relationships and the resulting psychological fallout are at the root. Recognizing you are struggling with something is the beginning step in a courageous journey towards changing it. Without judgment, I will support you on that journey as you learn to understand the origins of your problems, and how to make changes for greater life satisfaction. I encourage you to respect, rather than fear, your problems as a signal to seek help.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 583-1989
New York, New York 10010
Judith R Levy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LCAT, LMFT
“Life is a journey for all of us. We can feel confused, lost, hurt, alone, cut off, shut down and numb along the way. I've spent over thirty years learning and understanding how to help others on their journey to growth and discovery. I'm grateful for the trust my patients have in me and for the opportunity to be sharing the journey with them. Find the right guide for you to help you reach your goals personally, professionally and in relationship to others.
Psychoanalytic
(212) 388-9447
New York, New York 10021
Eric Arévalo, Counselor  in New York
“I work with individuals and couples, adults and adolescents on a range of issues including: overcoming depression, anxiety, and mood disorders; adjustment issues and life transitions; gender and sexuality; premarital counseling; career and vocational; social anxiety and peer relationships; hoarding and organization; smoking cessation; and overcoming substance use and addictions. I have extensive experience working with military veterans, individuals who identify as LGBT, and people diagnosed with HIV/AIDS.
Psychoanalytic
(347) 960-4547
New York, New York 10011
Daniel Gensler, Psychologist  in New York
“I help children and adults with problems in living through brief and long-term therapy as well as psychoeducational evaluations of children, adolescents, and adults. I direct two training programs in working with children and families and I have supervised, taught, presented, and published in many areas. I have seen such a variety of child, adolescent and adult problems that I am reluctant to say that I specialize. I approach people as individuals rather than as diagnostic categories. I do not assume a single treatment approach for everyone. The relationship we build is our best tool for making a difference.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 663-5775
New York, New York 10019
Mary Claudia Wall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, FIPA
“I think introspection can transform lives! If you are naturally inclined toward introspection or have the desire to develop it, we could potentially work very effectively together. Assuming there is a good therapeutic fit, by that I mean, there is enough trust, likability and comfort between us, it is quite possible to deepen our understanding of your issues and actually make the unthinkable known and the unbearable borne.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 600-8172
New York, New York 10024
Marion Gedney, Psychologist  in New York
“People seek therapy when they find themselves suffering from excessive anxiety, problems with work or the important people around them, chronic depression, lack of self confidence, or even a sense of something just not being right with their lives. I believe underlying conflicts or early painful experiences may be interfering with a free unfolding of an individual's potential for a good life. In therapy I seek to provide a person with an opportunity to explore what may be causing the impediments and to understand them so as to resolve them and gain the ability to live a better life.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 392-8377
New York, New York 10011
“I have always been interested in human interaction and behavior. I believe we all deserve a chance to enjoy and experience life to our fullest potential. My purpose is to aid you in reaching your life goals, both in the short-term and long-term. Typically, I will spend the first visits getting to know you, gathering history, understanding your current difficulties and goals for your treatment. We will work together to create a treatment plan that is tailored to you with your goals in mind.
Psychoanalytic
(347) 947-2175
New York, New York 10001
Norman Wyloge, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I have been treating a wide range of patients in long and short term individual and group treatment for many years. I effect personality change through the use of interpretation, clarification and behavior modification. I emphasize with my patients a sense of well being. My ideal patient has to not only be motivated to change but willing to work through and resolve difficult aspects in their lives.
Psychoanalytic
(914) 327-2032
New York, New York 10021
Sandra Lugo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, MS, DCSW
“Life can be full of surprises. Sometimes relationships, career, and life in general do not unfold as expected. Psychological services have helped many understand and work through the emotional roadblocks that can cause struggle and get in the way of leading a full and rewarding life. Psychological sessions will help you improve your social, relational, interpersonal, and occupational functioning.
Psychoanalytic
(718) 809-7244
New York, New York 10011
John Bean, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Rachel Magida, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
“For many people, the decision to seek therapy is made during a very stressful time such as a breakup, a depressive episode, or a significant life transition. Although painful at the moment, this difficult time can serve as a motivator, leading to lasting change and greater life satisfaction. I provide a safe, authentic, and non-judgmental space to help you work through this stress and develop new coping strategies. In therapy we will explore your current and past relationships in order to promote insight and positive change. We will also focus on practical skills that will help you get through this difficult period.
Psychoanalytic
(347) 868-6101
New York, New York 10024
Kenneth S Pound, Psychologist  in New York
“I can help. Whether you're a professional, an artist, or a stay-at-home parent - whether your challenge is situational, chronic, or acute - my pragmatic therapeutic approach addresses confidence, productivity, and satisfaction. Conveniently located on the Upper West Side, I was trained at: Columbia University Medical Center, Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research (advanced candidate); The Wright Institute, Berkeley (M.A. & Psy.D.); St. Mary's Hospital, San Francisco (Internship); UCSF Medical Center, Langley Porter Psychiatric Institute (Externship); and California College of the Arts, College Counseling Center (Post-doctoral Fellowship).
Psychoanalytic
(646) 600-5077
New York, New York 10023
Jeffrey Kleinberg, Psychologist  in New York
“I work with adults, groups, adolescents, couples and families. In addition I consult with organizations on conflict-management, strategic planning and trauma concerns. I have a doctorate in psychology from Columbia University, as well as post-doctoral certificates in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Group Psychotherapy, and the Supervision of the Psychoanalytic Process from the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health. I am the retiring president and Fellow of the American Group Psychotherapy Association and a member of the American Psychological Association, the New York State Psychological Association, and the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society. I have been a NYS licensed psychologist since 1975.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 386-2115
New York, New York 10016
Diana E Moga, Psychiatrist  in New York
“Hi, I am a board certified, Columbia-trained psychiatrist. I use a range of treatment modalities including psychotherapy, psychopharmacology and complementary alternative medicine depending on individualized need. I believe that starting to address areas in our lives that feel stuck takes guts and that people are more than the sum of their diagnoses.I take the time to develop an understanding with you of who you are in all of your complexity: mind, brain, body and soul and more importantly, I take the time to distill this understanding into a clear practical road map with you to address your goals.
Psychoanalytic
(646) 863-7986
New York, New York 10024
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