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Therapists in Brooklyn

David Pauley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, NPsyA
“No two people are the same, yet I believe each of us has a drive to connect with others and to engage creatively in life's challenges. Helping people identify and work through the psychological issues that block their ability to embrace relationships, emotions and life ambitions is the hallmark of my approach to psychotherapy. I am a psychoanalytic psychotherapist with more than 20 years of experience. I work with individuals, couples, and groups. I have also taught for 16 years at New York University and other postgraduate training programs.
(646) 600-8202
Brooklyn, New York 11217
Rebecca Dell'Aglio, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Manhattan and Brooklyn. I bring compassion, a strong skill set, and warmth to every person I treat. I strive to create an environment of comfort and safety as these are crucial for psychological growth and healing. One of the most important predictors of successful therapy is the relationship between the client and the therapist. My style is interactive and, perhaps most importantly, it is collaborative. Above all else, I work flexibly to meet each individual's needs.
(347) 848-1408
Brooklyn, New York 11217
Jacqueline Berger-Yudelowitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, ACSW, BCD
“Depression,anxiety, or a lack of self-confidence and self-esteem can cause or be caused by many factors, such as personal history, relationship issues or work-related situations. Sometimes therapy, counseling, coaching or a combination of the above can help. Whether with a loved one, a parent, a child, or a job-related issue, we all need help sometimes. For over twenty years, I have create a warm, nurturing professional environment in which individuals, couples, stepfamilies and families of developmentally disabled people can be helped to find better ways of coping with their emotional and relationship issues.
(646) 583-0644
Brooklyn, New York 11226
“We offer intensive clinic- and home-based treatments for infants, toddlers and school-aged nonverbal children with autism spectrum disorders and/or other developmental disabilities who exhibit severe delays in their overall cognitive, speech/language, social-emotional, motor and adaptive functioning through empirically-supported methods in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) such as discrete-trial teaching, pivotal response training, generalized imitation training, echoic/vocal mand training, incidental teaching, and natural environment teaching. In addition, we implement motivational systems (e.g., token economy, choice board) and photographic/written activity schedules across multiple learning environments. Parents are taught through Behavioral Skills Training (BST), which is an empirically-supported procedure that consists of instructions, modeling, rehearsal and feedback. The overall goal is for parents to learn how these methods work to promote socially significant behavior change in important domains.
Brooklyn, New York 11234
Aimee L. Barr, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“What would it be like if you could deal with your barriers so you can get back to your goals? Commiting to begin again can easily cause you to feel anxious in your professional and personal life. I get it: When you're feeling apprehensive, exhausted and frustrated, even the small stuff can feel overwhelming. Many have been there before and the right counseling can help you get to a better place.
(347) 868-6689
Brooklyn, New York 11211
Susannah Gersten, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Welcome! I specialize in issues pertaining to couples, pregnancy, parenting, preschool and elementary school-aged children. My work experience has been providing behavioral and play therapy to children in several head starts and preschools, and providing couples, family and individual therapy to adults, children, and families. I tailor my treatment style to the unique needs of each family.
(347) 609-0727
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Deborah Waksbaum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Allow yourself to know what you want in life and develop your ability to express that without overwhelming yourself or alienating others. Therapy can help you find more satisfaction in your relationships, fulfillment in your life's work, and help loosen the grip of ineffective strategies that have held you back.
(347) 318-0710
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Sylvia Teresa Ortiz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you feeling a diminished sense of self-confidence? Are you feeling that the way you view yourself is keeping you from experiencing life fully and/or causing you suffering? Are you experiencing nightmares, flashbacks, anxiety, depression, fears, anger, impaired concentration, difficulties at work, school or home? If you answered "yes" to any question, you may be reacting to trauma.
(917) 675-3984
Brooklyn, New York 11242
Malgorzata Zolek, Counselor  in Brooklyn
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“It's been my life passion & clinical devotion to help individuals in their personal growth as well as couples & families in the transformation of their relationships. I'm thrilled that my insights have been helping struggling individuals, couples, & families to acquire the skills necessary to learn how to transcend their limiting life patterns & change their lives into more fulfilling by empowering themselves & attaining true life balance measured by emotional, physical, & spiritual health. I believe that psychotherapy isn't just a method of treatment for mental & emotional difficulties, but also is a way of finding the best path for personal development.
(718) 705-4340
Brooklyn, New York 11222
Ramona K Clifton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, CPC
“If you are feeling overwhelmed or discouraged, therapy can help you regain motivation and begin to move forward. Are you facing tough choices in career or relationships? Do you want to reduce stress and anxiety, cope with family or workplace problems, deal with grief/loss, or improve health and wellness? We will find new perspectives around the current challenges, and work together to make decisions, create manageable steps, and meet your goals. If you're ready to make changes, I will be on your team and give you the support you deserve.
(347) 826-6513
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Dale Weissman, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“I specialize in work with children and families. I can help children with both school and home issues. I also work well with creative individuals, as well as young adults in transition. I frequently work with lawyers and academics. Actually, I work with many types of people and problems. My extensive education, experience and interests support my work. My knowledge of childhood development helps everyone, since we all have that child within us. I look forward to talking to you and discussing the possibilities of working together therapeutically. Your questions and concerns are welcome.
(917) 720-4892
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Maria M. Bardash, Counselor  in Brooklyn
“Everyone would like to be happy. Sometimes we loose our way or forget how happiness feels. Sometimes we even turn and walk away from it. 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
Rose Latino, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I work with people facing a wide variety of life challenges including depression, anxiety, traumas, grief/loss, family conflict, and addiction recovery. I use a supportive approach blending psychodynamic and cognitive theories. In treatment, I listen to what clients see as most important and use this as a starting point.
(347) 354-2484
Brooklyn, New York 11217
Jacqueline Donelli  in Brooklyn
“People ask for my advice on all aspects of life. I'm a new genus of therapists- mixing psycho dynamic and cognitive behavior therapies, to get the resolve you want. And I love what I do. With a relationship based on trust, respect and empathy, my goal is to help you create a different view of life- to change faulty thinking, get past old schemas, and resolve current issues that get in the way of your own personal growth and joy in life. Let's work on breaking destructive patterns, thoughts and actions through gained strength, empathy and resolution.
(646) 679-5812
Brooklyn, New York 11237
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Come as you are. If you are worried, angry, disappointed in yourself or others in your life - whatever it is, we'll work to understand it in detail. We'll draw on everything you know about the situation at hand, and consider what may not be apparent to you.
(646) 234-0173
Brooklyn, New York 11217
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, ACSW
“I know that the thought of seeking therapeutic intervention can be difficult, but it's the most important step in regaining control of your life. My goal is to build a trusting relationship to help my clients achieve greater self awareness, so they can make better choices.
(646) 681-1754
Brooklyn, New York 11226
Daniel John Brooks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Change is inevitable but the passageway to it is difficult to navigate alone. Psychotherapy is a collaborative effort between client and therapist to aid in that journey. This is achieved through a careful look at the ingredients in life that have resulted in a unique recipe for self-structure and patterning in each person. To change the recipe is to recalculate it's components, gradually sifting out past patterns that have led to disappointment or loss and replace them with others that lead to personal fulfillment. These patterns manifest themselves in work, personal and parenting concerns.
(215) 240-7231
Brooklyn, New York 11217
“With compassion I will listen to the feelings and thoughts that come up and are troubling for you and help you understand and relate to them in a way that you develop "psychological tools" that you will then be able to use to feel and be better. Then you learn how to naturally use them to ultimately free you from underlying anxiety, panic, depression, frustration,anger,hopelessness. Rather than being driven by forces that feel beyond your control you can begin to create a sense of confidence,clarity, courage, and compassion in your inner self and in your life.
(718) 925-4860
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Marissa Moore, Counselor  in Brooklyn
“As a licensed psychotherapist I work with children, families, individuals and couples. My work with children and families focuses on communication issues, transitions (i.e. divorce, arrival of a new sibling), self esteem, difficulty regulating emotions and behavioral issues at home and at school. I specialize in adults struggling with depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. Couples work focuses on lack of communication, loss of connection and intimacy issues.
(917) 809-5820
Brooklyn, New York 11222
Hope Services, LLC, Treatment Facility  in Brooklyn
“Individual, Family and Group Psychotherapy. Our individual therapies include play, creative arts and talk therapy for children and adolescents struggling with functioning in their families, school, community, and social/interpersonal relationships. Cognitive Behavioral / Behavior Modification interventions are also provided. Hope Services, LLC is located in the Mill Basin section of Brooklyn, New York. We are a dynamic, innovative, pragmatic and professional outpatient mental health service program with a patient-centered treatment model that is geared toward providing services to the multicultural community within which it operates. With a specialty in providing treatment to children and adolescents (ages 5-18), Hope Services, LLC also accepts and treats adults. We are therefore dedicated to the mental and behavioral healthcare of children, adolescents, adults, families and couples. We offer a safe, therapeutic, comfortable, and respectful environment. Additional Languages Spoken: French, Haitian Creole.
(347) 609-7854
Brooklyn, New York 11234
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