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Therapists in Brooklyn

Audrey Grazi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I treat adults with issues related to emotion dysregulation which may contribute to unstable relationships, an unhealthy self esteem and poor coping skills. I also treat couples who are seeking better communication in their relationship to enhance their marriage.
(646) 362-2038
Brooklyn, New York 11210
Williamsburg Therapy and Wellness, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“I am a New York State licensed bilingual clinical psychologist specializing in challenges associated with life transitions (career changes, college, relationships, relocating, pregnancy and parenting), stress, anxiety and depression. I have worked extensively with bicultural/minority individuals, trauma survivors and people with chronic medical illnesses. I know it can be difficult to tell your personal story to a stranger. Finding the right therapist can make this easier. I am empathic, approachable and supportive. Self exploration helps you understand the way you think and act, it will help shed light on behaviors that worked in the past but are no longer effective.
(917) 512-7592
Brooklyn, New York 11211
David Whitaker, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with twenty five years of experience working with individuals, couples and groups. I help people work on many types of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, relationship difficulties and school or career issues. I see therapy as a collaborative process that allows us to understand and change who we are and how we relate to ourselves and others. My goal is to help you resolve issues or conflicts that keep you from leading a more fulfilling life. I am happy to discuss your treatment needs via a brief telephone consultation.
(917) 300-0263
Brooklyn, New York 11217
“Mental illness is one of the heaviest burdens carried by human beings. In whatever country I have traveled to, the faces may have been different but the manifestations were very similar. I have tried to use my God given talents and intelligence to help reduce the weight of this burden in the lives of my patients. To this aim, I pursued training in the field of Addiction Medicine subsequent to a residency in Internal Medicine. I went on to complete a second residency in Psychiatry in order to better address my patients' disabling psychiatric symptoms.
(347) 696-4308
Brooklyn, New York 11220
Michelle Sheets, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“At my practice, we treat a wide variety of patients. For some, it is his or her first time at therapy and there may be some trepidation about starting the process. For others, we have been one of many therapists in his or her life. Each patient brings a unique and fascinating set of thoughts, feelings and behaviors all of which require a specific method of treatment. It is wonderful work! We hope that everyone can have the chance to explore psychotherapy in his or her life, be it for a single session or many more.
(646) 699-3910
Brooklyn, New York 11242
“I work with people who suffer from a wide range of difficulties, from the every day to the more challenging obstacles. I utilize a range of therapeutic interventions, including my medical training as a physician, talk therapy, yogic breathing, meditation, and nutrition/herbs. Together we can create greater balance and wholeness in you and in your life.
(917) 746-7030
Brooklyn, New York 11217
Joan Lipton, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“Psychotherapy can provide a wonderful opportunity for self-exploration and growth. I work interactively and encourage my patients to tell their life stories so they can understand how they came to be the individuals they are today. Many of my patients are psychologically minded individuals who enter therapy for relief from depression and anxiety, to find satisfaction in their personal relatonships, and to improve self esteem. I am interactive and encourage self-exploration within an accepting and positive relationship.
(646) 600-8009
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Joel Socarrás-Rosa, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“I strive to provide a therapeutic environment in which my clients can grow and heal. With more than 10 years of experience working in the mental health field, treating people with Depression, Anxiety, Substance Abuse, Dementia and Schizophrenia; I meet people where they are so we can begin the journey towards a more healthy and productive life. As a bicultural/bilingual clinician I am well aware of how important cultural/family norms are and what role these play in our daily lives.
(718) 305-4843
Brooklyn, New York 11209
Beata Bliss Lewis, Psychiatrist  in Brooklyn
“I am a psychiatrist with an integrative approach and I work with psychotherapy, medications, and alternative and complementary approaches for optimal health with minimal side effects. I completed medical school at Harvard, adult psychiatry training at Columbia, and child psychiatry training at the NYU Child Study Center. I am an Assistant Professor at NYU and teach undergraduate courses on Complementary and Alternative Mental Health and Nutrition and Mental Health.
(646) 606-2663
Brooklyn, New York 11217
Suzy Daren, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am effective in working with any person who has a sincere desire to change. I use an eclectic approach, integrating contemporary, best-practice strategies of psychotherapy with the timeless wisdom of yoga, Ayurveda and meditation. Yoga Psychotherapy is a collaborative endeavor where clients are expected to take full responsibility for, and participate in, their own healing. I hold a non-pathologizing view and believe that each client is inherently whole and innately moving in that direction
(646) 490-0136
Brooklyn, New York 11249
Adele Rolider, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work psychodynamically and use an eclectic approach. My appreciation for attachment theory, humanistic and modern psychoanalytic knowledge bases as well as the mind body connection all inform my clinical work. Psychotherapy is a wonderful tool to help someone find out more of who they are, the sources of their distress, and what they need and want for a more joyful, empowered and present life. I also have a degree in music therapy and where appropriate or requested, use music and creative expression to assist. Please feel free to contact me to consult about your interest in pursuing psychotherapy at this time.
(347) 657-9872
Brooklyn, New York 11218
Margaret Sallick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am an individual, couples and family therapist practicing in NYC for the past 15 years. I am on the teaching faculty at Ackerman Institute for the Family, where I completed my post graduate training. My approach is collaborative, active, and empathic. I use a systemic approach that decreases blame and helps people move from overwhelming feelings of despair, anger, anxiety, and jealousy to the possibility of experiencing the love and compassion that they long for in their lives. Married, with teenage children, I bring years of personal and professional experience to my practice.
(347) 732-1004
Brooklyn, New York 11211
Hedda M Kafka, Art Therapist  in Brooklyn
“Have you been feeling depressed or anxious more than usual lately or for a long time?Have you been having trouble working, socializing, studying or performing daily tasks at home? Do you feel blocked creatively? Is setting / achieving fresh goals difficult for you right now? Are you struggling to balance challenges related to independence, dependence and dependability. Are you or your child struggling to balance a normal life style with a neurological condition such as epilepsy? I will help you to overcome such challenges in creative, patient and reflective ways. Provider in CIGNA Behavioral Health Inc.'s network.
(646) 681-2488
Brooklyn, New York 11218
Mary Villena, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in the treatment of depression, anxiety and relationship difficulties. For over 20 years, I have helped patients with issues such as work-related stress, family conflicts, parenting issues, infertility, and pre-/post-partum depression. My style is characterized by supportive and empathic understanding. Recognizing, however, that improvements in life will occur not just by "getting things off your chest," I am prepared to guide and challenge as well. I am comfortable working with individuals of all ages, ethnicities, and sexual orientation.
(718) 638-8015
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Maria M. Bardash, Counselor  in Brooklyn
“All of us would like to be happy. Sometimes we loose our way or forget what does happiness mean for us. My therapeutic goal for each client is to use our time together to figure out what makes them happy and to pave the path toward it. Please refer to my website: the for more expanded view on my pilosophy and treatment approach.
(646) 374-0433
Brooklyn, New York 11235
Shelley Juran, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“Are you having having relationship problems or overwhelming stress? I am a psychologist and psychoanalyst with an interpersonal/humanistic approach who specializes in relationship problems, couples therapy, women's issues and gender identity concerns. In individual therapy, clients discover the causes of their distress and find ways to feel "real" and "alive" in the world. Self-defeating patterns of thoughts and behaviors are identified and re-evaluated. More realistic and helpful perceptions, attitudes and behaviors can then emerge. Couples therapy emphasizes respectful communication and listening techniques. "Hearing" one's partner as well as expressing one's own distress becomes important.
(718) 625-6526
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Jeanine Jeudy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My name is Jeanine Jeudy and I graduated from Columbia University. I have worked with children, adolescents, families, and adults providing psychotherapy and therapeutic intervention to individuals, families, and groups. I conduct clinical evaluation, assessment, and crisis intervention as needed. I develop treatment plans with children, adults, and families that are specific to their needs and yield measurable results, with an emphasis on empowerment and strength perspectives. I frequently attend conferences and professional forums to stay abreast of the latest evidence-based practice interventions to better serve this population.I am compassionately and genuinely committed to working with this population.
(646) 369-9849
Brooklyn, New York 11242
Terésa Stern, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, SEP
“Starting with your strengths, our work together can help you make changes so you can have a fuller, happier life. We'll use mind, body, and emotional awareness to increase your capacity to face challenges and heal from trauma. Clients tell me our work together has helped them discover their inner strength, goodness, and creativity and build compassion for themselves and others. I'm a warm, empathic, and nonjudgmental person, and consider it an honor to support people as they reconnect with their best selves. I work with adult individuals, parents, and children and specialize in trauma recovery.
(917) 746-0057
Brooklyn, New York 11205
Susan Caputo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I work with children, adolescents, and adults. I provide play, individual, parenting, couples and family therapy. I am psychodynamically trained, but use a more eclectic approach to address each client's specific needs. I am also trained in cognitive-behavioral therapy to work with traumatized or depressed children and adolescents. I strongly believe in a mind-body connection, and help my clients strengthen their emotional well-being. I believe that clients who feel empowered, learn coping skills and gain insight will achieve physical and emotional strength and wellness.
(917) 725-4049
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have worked as a clinical psychotherapist for the past twelve years. I specialize in treating clients who suffer from anxiety, depression, panic attacks, and phobias. I have developed an eclectic theraputic treatment approach. However, my individual approach gravitates toward cognitive behavioral therapy. My work with clients focuses on their realization that their various disorders stem from their erroneous beliefs about themselves. I work with them on disputing their irrational thinking and assist them in developing new adaptive thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. Many of my clients have benefitted from this approach and now lead happier and more productive lives.
(917) 725-4157
Brooklyn, New York 11235
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