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Therapists in Brooklyn

Christ's Healing Counseling Center, Inc., Pastoral Counselor  in Brooklyn
“We are dedicated and privileged to say that we help people in reintegrating healthy relationships with their companions, children, family, and friends. Is your struggle with addiction, grief, marriage, family concerns, teens, sexual addiction & identity? Do not worry, we are here for you. We provide emotional, spiritual, and clinical counseling. Our counseling method is Christ-centered using what we call "Creation therapy" which measures the temperament of each person, enlightening us with their needs and wants. We believe that with our professional insights and the help of God's word, we will see a significant change in people's lives.
(718) 285-9443
Brooklyn, New York 11205
Sandra Haber, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“"When the road of life takes a tough turn, a psychologist can help" Life can be hard. Life can be joyous. The inevitable complications of events-career choices, marriage, children, moving, illness and death-are both normal and stressful. A psychologist can help. My work is a collaboration in which we explore and navigate your life challenges. The goal is to devise a unique and personal path that is right for you.
(646) 791-2677
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Nelly Marte, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-R
“I have worked in the child welfare system for over 20 years. I understand the individual and family struggles that come along with domestic violence, trauma, sexual abuse, physical abuse, etc. I have worked in New York City for my entire career serving the diverse communities in dealing with immigration issues such as acculturation, separation and reunification.
(718) 473-9062
Brooklyn, New York 11206
Barbara J. Kevorkian, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with experience treating children, adolescents, adults, couples and families from a wide array of backgrounds. I bring a warm, down-to-earth, strength-based approach to therapy. Working in a variety of modalities tailored to individual needs, I have helped many children, teens and their families resolve conflict and change longstanding patterns that aren't working anymore. Together, we can work to learn new problem-solving tools that you can carry forward through life.
(917) 675-3924
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Maria R Burgio, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“Even after trying everything, are you still asking yourself, "what am I doing wrong?" I believe that good therapy is a discovery of self and those you love. You will learn ways of handling problems that will revive both your intimate and family relationships. Learning to communicate with a partner or child is the first step to learning to negotiate your needs and theirs. Individual, couple, and family therapy will open avenues of understanding. Pre- or post-divorce mediation to make decisions about your loved ones, and treatment for substance abuse and its effects on the family are also available.
(310) 299-2137
Brooklyn, New York 11201
“Work, school, home, dating,marriage, kids, end of old chapters and beginnings of new ones: life is plentiful, life is challenging. Do you feel that life challenges are coming at you faster than you can deal with them? Even though challenges are part of life, they do not have to become something that stifles your enjoyment of life, your creativity and hold you back from becoming the person you want to be.
(347) 491-5471
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Walter Vega, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Why is it that the people closest to us are also the ones with whom we have some of our greatest conflicts? Such is the power of relationships. My primary goal as a therapist is to facilitate meaningful communication between couples and families - one that promotes introspection and generates insight into people's relationships. I help my clients tap into dormant or underutilized resources that will help strengthen relationship bonds.
(347) 983-1682
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Michael Canino, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSWR
“I have been coaching clients in the New York area for the past 12 years as they make positive, life-altering changes via individual, couples, family and group counseling. Through carefully guided exploration, my clients uncover behavioral patterns that keep them from the happiness they desire by learning strategies for managing stress, working through loss, creating loving, productive relationships, finding spiritual fulfillment and living more intentional, mindful lives.
(917) 791-4070
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Cheryl Ching, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I deeply believe in the power of the human spirit and its ability to overcome adversity. But, sometimes we go through transitions in our life where we need someone besides people in our life to help us. Sometimes we have blind spots to why we keep repeating behaviors we know hurts us and those around us. Sometimes we need help outside ourselves to get us back on track. Talking about these times can help. I address issues such as depression, anxiety, relationship issues, separation/divorce, school/academic issues, communication difficulties, developmental disabilities, early childhood, and stress.
(718) 710-4133
Brooklyn, New York 11242
Nehemiah Israel Ben - Zev, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
“My approach to tackling life's difficult moments is via the interface of classical Judaeo-spiritual teachings and the psychological approach of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. (CBT). The cognitive behavioral approach to psychotherapy teaches that ideation determines the way one feels and acts. Changing the way one thinks triggers a change in the way one feels. I also use "a strengths perspective" focusing on the client's stengths which serve to compensate for one's weaknesses. The interface of these three approaches is transformative, and life changing serving to help a client return to his or her innate and authentic self.
(718) 677-0036
Brooklyn, New York 11234
Gretchen Winterkorn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am here to help you with the hard moments in your love relationships, work life and the time you spend alone. I am respectful and caring as well as interactive in the room. When we meet, I will listen carefully to what you have to say and always follow that up with responses I think will be helpful to you. When appropriate and helpful, I like to use humor and play in our work together.
(646) 679-2763
Brooklyn, New York 11211
Marice Mendoza,   in Brooklyn
“One of my core values is to offer my complete presence to the other person. I believe presence is key to fostering a safe and secure environment so that mutual trust can unfold and transformative work can be done. Since 2010, I have focused my work on children and parents struggling with family life challenges including traumatic events such as divorce, loss, prenatal/birth trauma, medical procedures, adoption and attachment disruption. I am also trained in Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment (SMART), a modality that specifically helps children resolve trauma using play, movement, and sensory motor stimulation.
(646) 663-4291 x2
Brooklyn, New York 11205
Kyoko Sagara, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Brooklyn
Licensed Psychoanalyst, LMHC, LP
“I like creativity in therapy. And see therapy as a process. Although I know various techniques and am Gestalt-focused, I believe that it is you and I together who create and discover the unique path that moves you toward the place that you want to be. Each client has an existing energy and power of his or her own which will lead to a more meaningful life. We may lose access to or come to doubt that power at some point in life. I help clients re-connect to and access that power.
(347) 396-1584
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Emily Bravo, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“I am a New York State-licensed psychologist and neuropsychologist with several years of clinical experience. My specialty includes neuropsychological, psychological, and psychoeducational evaluations that include the assessment of ADHD, learning disorders, speech and language disorders, pervasive developmental disorders, and mood disorders, among others. I am equipped to work with children as young as 4, adolescents, and young adults. My educational background includes a two-year post-doctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at Lenox Hill Hospital, a Psy.D. and M.A. in Child/School Psychology from New York University, and a B.A. in psychology from Wesleyan University, Phi Beta Kappa.
(347) 269-4296
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Rinat Lustig, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you seek to maximize your potential, feel more confident and make choices that you are not sure about, I will help you learn how to listen to yourself and connect to what you already know but maybe not yet aware off. If some of your relationships don't seem to work out and it is not clear to you - why - we'll try to find out what gets on your way and prevents you from being truly connected to the people you want to be connected to.
(718) 701-8398
Brooklyn, New York 11223
Juwayriah J Hassan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“I love working with clients who are in search of healing old wounds from the past that are holding them back from living life fully as they want, desire and believe possible.
(718) 838-9360
Brooklyn, New York 11238
Fredric D Shulman, Counselor  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, DAPA, LMHC, LPsyA
“Hello and thank you for this visit.I'm Dr. Fred Shulman and I'd like to be your therapist/counselor. If you are sad, confused, anxious, fearful, angry, have low self-esteem, are having difficulty in your personal or work relationships...then I believe that I can help you. My first session is complimentary and if you decide to work with me, then I will also be available, in between sessions, just to talk, if you feel the need, at no cost. Please call and let's meet. Thanks and I look forward to talking to and meeting with you.
(646) 600-8236
Brooklyn, New York 11220
Rachel Dworkin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Nurturing, strength-based and compassionate, I am an active and directive participant in my clients' work. We together will identify what brings you to treatment, be it depression, anxiety, PTSD, a history of abuse, or simply discomfort. We will articulate where in your life you are struggling- interpersonally, at work, in school, with your family or in your marriage, and develop goals to relieve that distress. It can be challenging to choose to participate in therapy, and I work to create a safe, honest and productive environment so we can engage and address the issues that are challenging you.
(646) 762-7506
Brooklyn, New York 11223
Helen B. Mullin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, R-LCSW, BCD
“I am a seasoned, psychodynamically trained psychotherapist with over 20 years of agency-based clinical experience and 10 years in private practice. My specialties include adults and adolescents with depression, with childhood and adult trauma, grief or phase of life issues. I have expertise with substance abuse recovery, and AIDS/HIV illness. I have been trained in cognitive behavioral techniques, short and long term psychodynamic individual and group, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). From my work in the field I have developed a distinct expertise for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues across ones' entire lifespan.
(516) 554-0206
Brooklyn, New York 11242
Nicholas D Rosenberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MA, LMSW
“I have enjoyed working with clients from every walk of life, but some of my own experiences have made me especially attuned to the struggles of particular populations. As a member of a multicultural household, I am acutely aware of the stresses associated with immigration, and the related generational, language, and culture gaps. Also, as a person who has struggled with chronic pain for many years, I am especially sensitive to the difficulties faced by individuals with problems such as migraine, bad back, arthritis, fibromyalgia, diabetic neuropathy, and post-herpetic neuralgia.
(917) 563-4249
Brooklyn, New York 11201
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