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Therapists in New York County

Yuka Lawrence, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, BCD
“Have you noticed that you haven't been sleeping well? That you worry a lot, are unhappy or having relationship issues? Have you ever felt like your life is out of control? It doesn't have to be that way. I am here to help. Let me tell you a little bit about my background. I am Japanese but have been living in the United States for almost thirty years. I am a trained psychoanalyst and for the past 18 years have been practicing psychotherapy.
(646) 583-2472
New York, New York 10011
Ora Yemini-Morrison, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My professional training only enhanced my natural, easy way of connecting with people. I have been practicing psychotherapy in New York City since 1980 after receiving my B.S.W. from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and my Masters degree at Carleton School of Social Work in Ottawa, Canada. Currently, I work with couples and individuals. Visit my website to read more about me and my work.
(212) 414-5008
New York, New York 10003
Ilana Palgi, Psychologist  in New York
“Hello. I am a Licensed Psychologist and I work with adults and children/families. In my practice, I integrate theory and techniques from psychodynamic, family systems, and cognitive behavioral philosophies. I work collaboratively with you, using present moment experiences, in conjunction with exploration of the past, to connect with inner strengths and emotional difficulties that need processing. Both the mind and body are used to guide our work. By exploring the past and gaining awareness of oneself in the present, meaningful shifts can be made to experience more fulfillment in life.
(917) 502-3749
New York, New York 10010
Marlin Brenner, Psychologist  in New York
“Psychotherapy is a process in which client and psychotherapist collaborate in understanding repressed content in the client's mind. Repression is first known by the suffering it causes in the form of symptoms, or self-destructive behavior. We possess the unique capacity for self-reflection which, when employed in the presence of a wise and empathic psychotherapist, becomes curative. After years of teaching in psychoanalytic institutes, I know that the human mind does not fit neatly into any theory. Every unique person needs to express his or her individuality. When conducted properly, psychotherapy is effective in in addressing the vast problem of human suffering.
(646) 699-4890
New York, New York 10024
Deborah Pines, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Nearly everyone sometimes experiences feelings of depression, anxiety, and relationship issues, and they often need the help of a professional to work them through. These problems can be located in childhood trauma or present-day grief and disappointment. The individuals and couples I see find insight, resolution, and practical solutions to their problems through the work that we do in my office together. I also work with people with eating disorders as well as people who are suffering from chronic or acute illness. In addition I coach executives in how to use their energy more wisely at work and with their families.
(646) 351-1793
New York, New York 10025
Sarah Heller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“The most important thing in a therapeutic relationship is the match. Everyone wants to find a therapist who 'gets' them. I believe that therapy really works, and that finding the right person can be life-changing. As a therapist, I believe it is important to respect the choices that people make in their lives, and to listen openly and non-judgmentally. We all make choices that may not make sense to our friends and family. Therapy is useful for helping us to understand the reasoning behind the decisions we've made, and for facilitating change in our lives.
(646) 942-6425
New York, New York 10011
Michelle Freedland, Psychiatric Nurse  in New York
“I am a ANCC Board Certified Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner specializing in Psychotherapy and Psychopharmacology. I practice personalized medicine and believe in the need for individualized care with the goal of forging relationships that allow for change based on knowledge and support. Ingrained in my approach is the notion of holistic care and that kindness and empathy aid in the promotion of healing and recovery. I am committed to assisting clients with developing the tools they need to lead productive and meaningful lives.
(646) 762-7545
New York, New York 10003
Joseph Fifield, Counselor  in New York
“As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor I am committed to helping you manage stress, gain insight and perspective, set and achieve goals, work through emotional pain and improve your relationships. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy to tailor treatment to your needs. Treatment structure, methods and goals are different for everyone and depend on a thorough exploration of your goals, motivations, desires and personal values. Some prefer a more open-ended style to discuss issues that are most important while others find highly structured sessions with clear and definable goals more in tune with their needs.
(917) 746-5748
New York, New York 10016
Zoe O Entin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Every phase of life is met with its own challenges. Whether you're struggling with your relationships, job, or simply going through a difficult time my practice focuses on helping clients navigate through the discomfort to support you in identifying any barriers to help move towards achieving your goals. I work with individuals and couples using an eclectic approach to help create the life and relationships they deserve.
(347) 960-4573
New York, New York 10001
Jennifer C Joseph, Psychologist  in New York
“Do you wish you were a happier, more confident version of yourself? Do you ever feel insecure and like no one really understands? Do you struggle in relationships and/or feel lonely? If you want relief, and are serious about wanting to make improvements in your life, I can help. I work with people from all backgrounds- who are committed to improving their lives- feel more confident, secure and at peace with themselves. Regardless of how badly you may feel now, help is around the corner.
(858) 997-2074
New York, New York 10001
Susan Budney, Psychologist  in New York
“I have a PhD in Clinical Psychology and have been practicing psychotherapy for over 20 years. I currently provide individual and couple's therapy in a private practice setting. I have received specialized training for couple's therapy, drug and alcohol addiction, anxiety and traumatic stress treatment, and dissociation. I take an individualized approach to treatment. I have experience is utilizing aspects of analytic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavioral therapy and use any combination to help my patients find relief and greater well-being. I believe in the benefit of therapy to provide profound change for people's lives.
(646) 490-1823
New York, New York 10028
Eliot Lebow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“For many people with diabetes, blood sugar takes a silent toll on cognition, memory, retention, and recall. It can diminish learning, raise stress levels, and spur additional maladies such as depression. It impacts all aspects of life, lifestyle and turns your life upside down. For the people close to them, it has an impact as well: they often must learn to cope with mood swings, complex health issues, and the incessant monitoring associated with the disease. My private practice helps people turn their life upright again! It helps them manage life with diabetes and the many issues diabetes brings.
(646) 392-8599
New York, New York 10025
Sarton Weinraub, Psychologist  in New York
“I am a Humanistic Client-Centered Clinical Psychologist, originally trained within the Psychoanalytic orientation. I also believe in theoretical eclecticism, therefore in addition to my Humanistic orientation, I offer Cognitive/Behavioral as well as Psychodynamic approaches. Overall I strive to offer my clients: deep empathic listening, nonjudgmental acceptance, and therapeutic genuineness. Additionally I am the Director of the New York Person Centered Resource Center (see the following website:
(212) 989-6086
New York, New York 10011
Susan Carroll Berck, Psychologist  in New York
“My therapeutic approach is empathic, thoughtful, intelligent, solution-focused and, at times, humorous. I blend the best of interpersonal, cognitive, relational and psychoanalytic approaches to provide you will a richly meaningful therapeutic experience.
(212) 696-7494
New York, New York 10003
Paul Krebs, Psychologist  in New York
“Psychotherapy can help you achieve insight and perspective to overcome the concerns that life brings. My practice specializes in cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-based therapy to help clients gain relief from ongoing stressors and improve well-being and relationships. Whether you have a general concern related to work, family or personal matters, or have a specific issue related to chronic pain, anxiety, or depression, I am available to discuss options for therapy that can meet your needs.
(646) 807-4179
New York, New York 10010
Willa Hall, Psychologist  in New York
“Finding a therapist is a daunting process and you should trust yourself to know when the chemistry feels right. Effective psychotherapy is essentially a conversation that deepens over time with a focus on helping you better understand yourself and feel capable of making different choices. Depression, relationship difficulties, anxiety, explosive anger, addictive behaviors, unresolved bereavement are symptoms of emotional conflicts that are not fully understood and integrated. My work focuses on helping you gain greater clarity and balance and expand your emotional experience and potential for making new, more productive choices.
(917) 243-9040
New York, New York 10010
Constance M. Stewart, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Over my 20-plus years as a psychotherapist, my style has become increasingly interactive, with an emphasis on looking at the present, and how our current interactions may sometimes be subtle or not so subtle echoes of earlier ones. A specific focus I bring to my work is an interest in exploring the body/mind connection: In our busy New York lives it is easy to get caught up in our immediate thoughts and feelings, and forget the physical basis of our perceptions.
(646) 600-5144
New York, New York 10024
Linda Feirstein, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, NcPsyA, LP
“Without our realizing it we repeat behavior that can make our lives such a puzzle to us and those around us. It hurts, and we feel stuck. Underlying issues really do influence what we do and how we feel. And these days reality can be overwhelming.
(646) 600-9238
New York, New York 10128
Dede Kammerling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed psychotherapist specializing in depression, anxiety, relationship issues and eating disorders. I have worked in private practice for years and as a consulting therapist with the Eating Disorder Resource Center. I have a Master's Degree in Social Work from Columbia University and advanced study in psychoanalysis from the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health. This training has taught me to appreciate the formative role our early life and family experience plays in our emotional and psychological development. I enjoy working with people who are curious about themselves and their emotional struggles and are willing to look more closely at what motivates them.
(646) 679-5393
New York, New York 10023
Rachel Goldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Many times we see where we want to be in our lives, but can't figure out how to get there or change patterns that were established long ago. Through our work together you will gain a deeper and more meaningful understanding of yourself and how you interact with those around you. I believe that people are stronger, happier and more successful when they are connected to those around them. Together we will explore ways of changing your relational patterns and try to understand what has led to the establishment of these patterns.
(646) 386-2148
New York, New York 10075
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in New York County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in New York County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in New York County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in New York County or family therapy in New York County.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in New York County, New York, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.