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Therapists in New York, NY 10011
Chelsea and NoHo

Lauren Fisher, Psychologist  in New York
“In therapy sessions, I will work collaboratively with you while co-creating a supportive and trusting relationship to establish goals that you would like to achieve. I have been trained in multiple therapeutic approaches and we will work together to determine the best fit for you to reach your goals. I also specialize in testing and treatment of individuals with learning disabilities and cognitive impairment. Some individuals have difficulty taking standardized exams or learning in school and could benefit from accommodations. Testing is important to determine what the underlying problem is and provides specific recommendations that can help improve your cognitive functioning.
(781) 780-3933
New York, New York 10011
Sara B. Waters, Counselor  in New York
“Life in NYC is hectic and stressful, and your therapy session is a time for you to slow down and focus on what matters most. I facilitate finding solutions to your toughest problems in an interactive, non-judgmental way. With 15 years experience, I can help you untangle your problems, overcome emotional roadblocks, and improve your relationships. Individual ($100) and couples/family therapy ($125) are available to adults and adolescents dealing with a wide range of life stressors and mental health concerns. My treatment philosophy emphasizes a warm, empathetic style, and empirically validated approaches shown to be effective.
(347) 325-9348
New York, New York 10011
“I believe we all have the courage and determination to meet even tough life problems. My goal is to assist with meeting these problems through gaining insight into the problems and the factors that perpetuate them. I focus on developing a useful way of understanding vulnerabilities, and on observing and gaining a greater sense of unique attributes. I also focus on developing behavioral steps to foster understanding, and to foster a greater sense of strength and allow you to thrive. This process can be hard, but it also can be hopeful, creative and rewarding.
(347) 329-3722
New York, New York 10011
Carl Erik Fisher, Psychiatrist  in New York
“I am a Columbia University-trained psychiatrist who combines integrative and holistic mental health practices - such as meditation, yoga, and other wellness approaches - with modern psychiatric medicine. I treat a range of mental health issues, including stress, anxiety, focus and concentration, mood problems, grief and loss, and relationship issues. I have a particular interest in helping people with substance use problems and addictive behaviors (such as compulsive sex, gambling, or eating). I am also a professor on Columbia's faculty, where I teach on topics related to psychiatry, ethics, neuroscience, and society. See my website at
(646) 798-4867
New York, New York 10011
Barbara Duarte Esgalhado, Psychologist  in New York
“I believe that it is really important for a person to feel that someone truly hears and understands them. My approach is to create a space where you can feel safe, valued, and understood. From that place, we work together at helping you explore the life you want to live, including understanding and changing the obstacles that are getting in the way of your sense of self fulfillment and relatedness to others and the world.
(718) 717-8934
New York, New York 10011
Phyllis Morgan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a psychotherapist who creates a warm safe environment for my clients. You don't have to lie on a couch. Our therapy is face-to-face and interactive. I treat children, adolescents, individuals and couples. Their issues may be anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, obesity, communications difficulties, loneliness or whatever else interferes with their living a fuller, happier life.
(212) 677-0528
New York, New York 10011
Karen H Senecal, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
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Licensed Psychoanalyst, LP, MDiv
“I offer psychoanalytic psychotherapy to individuals and couples. I work well with a diverse spectrum of issues including: anxiety, depression, grief and loss, shame and guilt, body image and life transitions. I take pride in offering a non-judgmental, affirmative place to talk about gender identities and sexualities.
(646) 762-6030
New York, New York 10011
Josh Dodes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“Deciding to begin psychotherapy is an important choice that can be a turning point in your life. I work with adults who are struggling with relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, loss, low self-esteem, and a wide range of other concerns. I provide a warm, safe environment where I listen carefully and where we will work together to understand and resolve the issues you are struggling with on a deeper level, both in terms of how they affect your current life and in terms of how they became issues in the first place.
(646) 495-9705
New York, New York 10011
Risa Neuwirth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“If you're seeking a therapist with a holistic focus, I offer traditional psychotherapy with an integrative approach that includes mind, body, spirit and sexual wellness. From my own life experiences -- as both therapist and client -- I believe these are all integral aspects of overall emotional and psychological health. I view therapy as a collaborative process, and have a warm and supportive style that is based in a strengths perspective. Together we can work to effect positive growth and change in your life.
(347) 694-4412
New York, New York 10011
Joan Golden-Alexis, Psychologist  in New York
“Painful life experiences can lead to anxiety, depression and to a sense of profound loss-- of feeling, of inner orientation, and outer connection. The healing involves using the mind, heart and soul in unison to notice what is most meaningful and arouses profound feeling--in this way learning what brings an expanded sense of self and what contributes to ongoing freedom and growth. This exploration carried out through various concrete techniques or through other methods and can lead to a shift within and the development of a new attitude toward life, revealing the potential for a richer less constricted life.
(212) 982-1191
New York, New York 10011
Judy Pardo, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“I've been in private practice for over 20 years, seeing a wide range of people. I see adults and teens for individual psychodynamic psychotherapy, and also counsel couples and parents. I see clients for short-term as well as long-term therapy, depending on their needs. I work with issues of anxiety and depression, relationship problems, communication difficulties, concerns involving work, with a focus on change and growth to improve the quality of your life.
(212) 463-8072
New York, New York 10011
Elizabeth Baum, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in New York
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Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTi
“I work most often with creatives- artists, musicians, entertainers and writers... struggling with life transitions, relationship issues, work dissatisfaction, loss or other obstacles in life's path. I genuinely believe that we all hold the answers to our own blocks, but often require reflection and support. While the work is always tailored to each individual's needs, I work holistically; holding the mind, body and spirit as mutually informative. Attention is paid to thought, sensation, dreams, instinct, somatic responses and subtle awareness.
(917) 521-6439
New York, New York 10011
Sarah T. Curtis, Psychologist  in New York
“I am a psychoanalyst with a diverse practice that reflects and serves the needs of my neighborhood. My style of practice is interpersonal/humanistic meaning that I try to take an open minded, noncategorizing, no preconceptions approach to psychotherapy. The work is an exploration of the nature of relationships and sources of anxiety leading to an understanding of moment-to-moment experience of self and others. This understanding may lead to meaningful change and to the emergence of choices which were not previously considered. I am respectful of individual needs and differences and consider social & cultural influences on individual psychology.
(646) 386-2343
New York, New York 10011
Fred Casale, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-R
“Therapy is about healing and self growth. It is about making decisions and achieving life goals. It is about bettering relationships and building meaningful ties. It is about working through, and living without the pain of loss, depression and anxiety. In an atmosphere of safety, trust and non-judgement, I will help you work through those difficulties fostering anxiety, depression and confusion. I will also assist in the process of gaining insight, while making decisions which breed personal and professional success. I will help in cultivating and improving relationships.
(646) 783-4762
New York, New York 10011
Jill Edelstein LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“There is something about being seen, heard and gotten that can make even the most unbearable situation bearable. I will accompany you through difficult situations and feelings, and help you to work with limiting (and painful!) beliefs and behaviors that can affect your ability to work and love well. I offer attuned, integrative psychotherapy for the mind-body.
(917) 338-0642
New York, New York 10011
Mojca Branc, Counselor  in New York
“I value making therapy a safe and comfortable experience for my clients. Therefore I take a collaborative approach to treatment: I believe the best outcomes in therapy happen when both the client and therapist work together. It may be that therapy is new to you, or you have had a bad experience before; but I will work with you to ensure that we are addressing your needs and meeting your goals. The process of therapy is different for everyone and treatment should be viewed in the same way.
(917) 746-7758
New York, New York 10011
James Rubins, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
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Licensed Psychoanalyst, MA, LPsa
“As an experienced psychoanalyst and psychotherapist, I work in time-tested ways with adult men and women, straight or gay, and with couples seeking to improve their relationships. If you and I work together, I will listen carefully to whatever you talk about: troubles, anxieties, hopes, dreams, facts and feelings. Working analytically, I will listen for and we explore together any repetitive patterns, subtle conflicts, ambivalence, clues to hidden motives . . . any insights which can enrich your understanding of your inner, private world and its impact on your day-to-day life.
(646) 576-7946
New York, New York 10011
Kenneth J Feingold, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
“My first and primary job is to listen, and to try to develop a good understanding of patients so that I can provide a non-judgmental and therapeutic relationship with them. I work carefully with each person to identify goals, and I develop an individualized treatment plan according to their needs. In recognition of the fact that everyone is different, I do not adhere to any strict methods of treatment. Rather, I work to find a way to be the right therapist for each individual.
(646) 392-7344
New York, New York 10011
Marisa K Mickel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“* * * * * I will resume accepting new clients in early 2015. * * * * * Congratulations on this first step toward beginning (or revisiting) psychotherapy. I believe that psychotherapy can be a life-changing practice, and that positive and productive therapy begins with a safe, trusting, confidential, and empathic client/therapist alliance.
(917) 746-7980
New York, New York 10011
Arlene Neuman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed psychotherapist and have been in practice for over 25 years. My specialty is anxiety management, depression, self esteem issues,relationship difficulties, ( including marital, family, work and friendships). My work also includes working with individuals struggling with various addictions, life cycle transitions, disenchantment, and personal growth. Various approaches are used, depending on the problem presented. My style is interactive and direct . You you can expect clear and honest feedback. I am currently on the faculty of the National Institute of the Psychotherapies and have supervised and taught at various training programs and institutes in NYC.
(646) 600-9264
New York, New York 10011
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