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Therapists in 10012

Alexis Tomarken, Psychologist  in New York
“My style of therapy is to try to understand the context of the symptom or problem you are having in order for us to have as much information and material to work with and to work through the problem. We tend to struggle with symptoms because we think of them discretely rather than expanding our lens to think about our struggles in a historical, environmental, and biological background. In working together to broaden the scope, we are better able to understand how the problem formed initially, its potential purpose in your life now, and how to move forward without its having the same negative impact.
(646) 663-5753
New York, New York 10012
“Whatever the reasons might be that you decide to come and see me, you can be assured that you are going to be in the center. You will take the lead and I will accompany you in your journey for a while, holding you when you stumble, clearing the dirt from your path and holding the torch so you can see better. I am interested in having an Open Dialogue as partners, trying to understand what hinders you, exploring new possibilities, and healing your wounds.
(347) 394-5689
New York, New York 10012
Allison M. R. Lee, Psychiatrist  in New York
“I am committed to helping people address symptoms and difficulties compassionately and in ways that are tailored to the individual. I will listen carefully to you and make every effort to understand your unique preferences and needs. I have expertise in both psychotherapy and medicinal treatments and I will work with you to find the treatment plan that suits you best. In addition to private practice, I worked as a clinician-researcher at the Family Center for Bipolar at Beth Israel for the past 5 years. This work gives me unique experience in treating bipolar disorder and working with families.
(347) 354-1960
New York, New York 10012
Nicholas Winowsky-Ponce  in New York
“I have a strong reputation for providing expert, caring & compassionate services in a safe & supportive environment. My style is collaborative, interactive, & warm. You'll learn tools & skills for personal & career success for more positive, empowering, & life-enriching experiences. My experience includes working with both adolescents & adults, especially those struggling with LGBTQ issues (coming out, relationships, substance abuse, and HIV/AIDS). I am available SATURDAY'S ONLY, & look forward to helping you reach your goals. We are IN NETWORK for TRICARE AND CIGNA. ANY OTHER INSURANCES LISTED PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU HAVE A PPO plan (out of network benefits).
(347) 650-3433
New York, New York 10012
Karen Lutwin, Psychologist  in New York
“I offer a safe authentic relationship and would describe my style as warm, engaged,and sensitive. I consider myself an integrative therapist. As such, I tend to adapt my approach to therapy by individualizing my clients and by matching therapeutic interventions. I often incorporate psychodynamic, relational, and cognitive behavioral theory and techniques in my work. I enjoy helping individuals and couples identify and change destructive behaviors that interfere with their happiness and build more satisfying relationships.
(646) 807-4174
New York, New York 10012
Anthony Freire, Counselor  in New York
“No one understands more than I do, how desperate you may feel at this very moment. As a former sufferer of depression, anxiety, panic attacks, and agoraphobia, my journey is no different than your own. I am committed to helping you find your own journey to relief and happiness. I will help you reach your full potential by eliminating unnecessary distractions from your life. I specialize in helping people just like you relieve themselves of trauma, depression, & anxiety, which often accompanied by low self-esteem, fear, & phobias. Please see my website for complete information about my specialty. www.AnxietyandTraumaTreatment.com
(917) 746-7727
New York, New York 10012
Mia Mor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“With over 20 years of experience, and with her keen insight and compassion, Mia has created life-changing results. Mia helps her clients hone in on where to focus and gives them tools to be in the driver's seat of their life. Mia has worked in the fast-paced environments of NYC with professionals in every arena. She has strategized with managers on workplace problems and stressors that decreased work productivity. Break-ups, job stress, family drama can often leave you wondering, "how did I get here?" Let Mia show you how to successfully navigate through life's challenges.
(646) 736-1905
New York, New York 10012
Edward Ratush, Psychiatrist  in New York
“Dr. Ratush is a psychiatrist specializing in Mood Disorders(depression, mania), Anxiety Disorders (panic attacks, obsessive compulsive disorder, PTSD), Arousal Disorders (insomnia, fatigue, shift work disorder and Adult ADHD). A particular interest of Dr. Ratush is the interplay of mental health disorders and substance use disorders. Since most people with a substance use disorder have a primary mental health condition simple paradigms of treatment often fail. And while it seems from the outside to be "just another relapse" often this behavior is a testament of inappropriate, improper or ineffective treatment for the mental health condition. Dr. Ratush is committed to improving recovery rates for patients.
(917) 512-6082
New York, New York 10012
Alison Carper, Psychologist  in New York
“In a society that teaches us that we have an array of choices, why do we feel so constrained? In a culture that encourages us to follow our passions, why do we feel our hands are tied? And in a city that celebrates a multiplicity of voices, why is it so hard to find out own? It is the invisible fetters - those hidden inside us - that often restrict us most. The goal of psychotherapy, as I practice it, is to free ourselves of these restraints.
(646) 863-5313
New York, New York 10012
Para Ambardar, Psychologist  in New York
“My approach to psychotherapy focuses on deepening your working knowledge of human behavior in order to foster more autonomous, better informed decisions in both your professional and personal life. Psychotherapy provides a space where one is encouraged to be oneself, directly experience what is happening, and reflect upon one's complex and, at times, conflicting thoughts and emotions and ineffective behavioral patterns. I measure success not only by relief from current symptoms but also by an increasing capacity to know yourself more deeply, to love who you are with more fully, and to find greater fulfillment in what you do.
(646) 480-6324
New York, New York 10012
Stephanie Montana Katz, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
“Do you have recurring patterns that are troubling to you, or aspects of your life that you would like to change? I can work with you to explore, understand and make changes. If you are interested in understanding your self, your wishes and dreams alongside your disappointments, blocks and frustrations all with an eye towards developing your potential to the fullest, then contact me to discuss therapeutic work that we can do together.
(917) 725-4044
New York, New York 10012
Maya Stowe, Psychiatrist  in New York
“Listening to my patients is my first priority. In treatment with me, you will find a warm and nonjudgmental atmosphere as well as thoughtfulness, experience and expertise across a range of issues. My office is conveniently located in Soho, lower Manhattan.
(917) 275-7701
New York, New York 10012
Bethany Ginn Waldrop, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
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.
(646) 681-2698
New York, New York 10012
Stephanie A. Adler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am internationally recognized for helping people break negative patterns and improve communication in their relationships. For 25 years, I've led groups for eating disorder recovery and self-esteem enhancement. I have extensive experience working with individuals, couples and families challenged by various forms of addictions, including co-dependency. I help people manage anger, stress and emotional struggles. With compassion and creativity, I actively engage with people to foster resilience, confidence and self-worth in order to mobilize their strengths, fortify their sense of value and embrace their life journey.
(646) 495-9272
New York, New York 10012
David Young, Counselor  in New York
“I believe that every individual has within themselves the power and capacity to find healing and growth. My aim is to help you better understand your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, what they mean, and how they relate to your present day struggles and challenges. Together, we will work to deepen your awareness and understanding of your needs, desires, and patterns of relating, so you might experience a more authentic and fulfilling life. In addition to individual psychotherapy, I provide couple's therapy for traditional and non-traditional relationships as well.
New York, New York 10012
Colleen Keenan Campo, Counselor  in New York
“I believe you can either survive new parenthood or enjoy it! For over 10 years I have supported clients through the important and challenging adjustments needed during this life change and others. As your therapist I will help you take action and provide you with the practical, useful tools you need to embrace the changes in your life. I will support you through these changing times so that you can cope more appropriately and be a more satisfied and capable person, parent, and spouse.
(312) 544-0625
New York, New York 10012
Peter A Meiland, Psychologist  in New York
“My approach to doing therapy is different for each person I see, so it's hard to describe what being in therapy with me is like. My training and background is broadly psychoanalytic, but I am pretty sure I am more interactive than most other therapists with my training and orientation. I am supportive, direct in my way of talking about problems, and have a good sense of humor.
(646) 736-6487
New York, New York 10012
Michelle Lovett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT
“With every moment, every breath there is potential to discover something new and heal something old. It is my deep commitment to experience the newness of each moment, and to guide others in opening to the unknown. Learn to identify and detach from old thought patterns and belief systems. Begin to release emotional pain using your wisdom, your body and your connection to divine energy. Through psychotherapy, meditation, movement and more, you can journey through your past and into your presence to discover the place where your expression in this world most authentically and effectively represents the whole of you.
(917) 832-1333
New York, New York 10012
Emmelien Brouwers, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
“Psychotherapy is the exploration and expression of your innate creative, relational self. Feelings, thoughts and dreams tell us what matters. Sometimes we feel frightened or anxious without knowing why. Fear and shame can keep us isolated which can bring about depression. Looking at what preoccupies us and exploring them together lessens the feeling of loneliness and helps develop a fuller and more compassionate acceptance of who we are, our values, boundaries, limitations, talents and hopes for the future. Issues which are often part of the work, are early attachment bonds, relationship patterns, loss and grief, large and small traumas.
(646) 392-7508
New York, New York 10012
Kathrine Salkinder, Counselor  in New York
“"Poverty is not just being without food it is the absence of love." Perhaps you have been in therapy before and it did not work very well. The Heartbeat Method© of Body Centered Psychotherapy offers an innovative alternative approach to recovery which integrates traditional and spiritual approaches to healing. It helps you to rediscover aliveness, zest for life, strength through finding peace, heal your body, find love through healing your sexuality, improve your relationships and sex life. My approach will assist you in experiencing freedom from anxiety, depression, addictions, low self-esteem, chronic body pain or tension, heal your childhood
(212) 431-5853
New York, New York 10012
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