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Therapists in Brooklyn

Lauree Wolin Mitchell, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“Hi. I want you to call so you can start to have the life that you want. Each client is treated in a way that is specific to that individual. Even though many people share similar issues the way the issues are experienced is unique to the person who is experiencing it. I believe that anyone can have a better existence through the exploration of their inner dynamics and the purpose that the style of functioning serves. People can get what they want out of life if they allow themselves to do that. No obstacle is too big to overcome. Things can be different if you want them to be.
(718) 569-7892
Brooklyn, New York 11217
“Dr. Twining is a warm, energetic, creative, nonpathologizing clinical psychologist whose therapy sessions tend to be lively and participatory. She values the ability of her patients to overcome stasis or crisis, and to lead happier, self-directed lives. Her ability to form solid, caring relationships with her patients has led to treatment successes for a wide variety of people whose previous therapies had failed. Her research on effective psychotherapy has been published in the top peer-reviewed journal in psychology and presented at international conferences.
(718) 305-1402
Brooklyn, New York 11238
Johnny Lops, Psychiatrist  in Brooklyn
“Please see my website for a more extensive bio. Team psychiatrist for the Brooklyn Nets and author of the upcoming self help book, "I've Seen It All: The Essential Tools For Your Reinvention" Dr. Lops is known for being a "therapist's psychiatrist." All clients, children and adults, receive some form of therapy because all of us have the ability to benefit from further tool building or support. Dr. Lops realizes that upon initial assessment, symptoms of anxiety, depression, or ADHD/disruptive behaviors maybe so significant that to do "the work" a trial of medication can be beneficial.
(718) 305-4473
Brooklyn, New York 11249
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
Susie Greenebaum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSEd
“Are you feeling frustrated with your work life? Are you finding that you end up in the same kind of relationships that just leave you feeling alone? Are you feeling overly stressed? Sometimes people come to therapy knowing what is wrong, and other times they come with just a feeling that something isn't right. Often, difficult thoughts, feelings, and past experiences prevent us from being comfortable with who we are, what we want, and the kinds of relationships that we want to have with others. I help you work through whatever is in your way.
(646) 392-7324
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Emma Howell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I consider personal relationships to be at the core of a person's happiness. Relationships with family, loved ones, friends, and even co-workers need fostering and attention. Working to improve those relationships can be done through individual or couples and family therapy alike. I like to build on strengths already there, hear from you what has worked and not worked in the past, and build moments of connection during the session that can be carried to the time between sessions and strengthened at home with tools and insight.
(917) 721-1028
Brooklyn, New York 11201
“I am commited to helping those who come to see me cope with life's crises and become instrumental in their own healing and emotional growth. I am invested in helping my patients develop self-acceptance and self-sufficiency to build the kind of lives they want, and to enjoy work, play and healthy relationships with others.
(646) 351-1813
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Mind Care. Behavioral Health & Hypnotherapy, Psychiatrist  in Brooklyn
“Our Behavioral Health & Hypnotherapy offices are the best place to learn more about inner resources that will help you live a healthier, fuller and more satisfied life and to get right, integrative and professional treatment of different emotional problems. Our licensed psychiatrists, psychologists and psychotherapists together with certified hypnotists are skilled in a wide range of behavioral treatments, psychopharmocological approach, counseling, evaluations for schools and attorneys. Also we professionally use hypnosis techniques, including Eriksonian hypnosis and hypnosis for addiction.
(718) 989-1956
Brooklyn, New York 11214
Margaret Sallick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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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
Christine Schmidt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“With your help, I can examine issues that are troubling you. Together we will gain insight about distressing thought and behavior patterns, and change undesirable actions, negative attitudes, and awkward feelings. Navigating life's challenges: relationships, disappointments, illnesses, loss and injustices, are often too painful to address alone. Together, we will work to restore your hope, self-confidence and develop a winning spirit to use when encountering future obstacles.
(646) 490-0619
Brooklyn, New York 11242
“Psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Individuals, couples, and groups. Adults and adolescents.
(646) 600-8176
Brooklyn, New York 11201
“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.
(917) 310-5891
Brooklyn, New York 11234
Walter Vega, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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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
Kalman Canant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSAT-C
“You're probably reading this because shocking event(s) rocked your world, and now you're seeking help. If you're repeatedly discovering the betrayals of your partner, then my associates and I will work with both you of you to survive this and make it easier. It's important to learn to set effective boundaries and establish safety. We'll work with you to build supports, practice self-care, get in touch with and manage feelings, and cope with the trauma of betrayal. You deserve to recover, and to make order out of your life!
(917) 635-2479
Brooklyn, New York 11230
Christine Piatek, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is a powerful tool to aid in healing emotional pain and creating satisfaction in our lives. We often find ourselves repeating patterns that get in the way of achieving goals. These patterns can cause difficulty in relationships, feelings about ourselves and fulfillment in our work. Often these difficulties stem from wishes, thoughts and feelings that may be out of our awareness.
(347) 329-5701
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Karen Gabriella Costa, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
“I understand the difficulty of the human experience and my goal is to assist my patients in learning to be who they are and to cope with the world around them. I have assisted adults, couples, families, parents, and children in their struggle to identify and achieve goals in a comforting, private, understanding environment.
(347) 960-4628
Brooklyn, New York 11237
Lois Rose, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“As a clinical psychologist my goal is to help patients find ways to help themselves be happier and more satisfied with their lives. Many people come to therapy because they are anxious or depressed. They have trouble finding or sustaining meaningful relationships. Sometimes one member of a family is having difficulties and the whole family is suffering. The goal of treatment is to begin to talk openly and honestly about the obstacles in ones life and to think about how to move forward.
(718) 757-2169
Brooklyn, New York 11231
Lillian Engelson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Many people enter the therapeutic arena stating that they are just "not happy". Some believe that life would be wonderful if only: they had a husband, wife, life partner; they had more money or time; if they had had a better childhood. The list goes on. As a psychotherapist, I take pleasure in guiding people into reaching their full potentials...their unique selves. When we learn to live with appreciation for what already exists, options begin to open up and a sense of personal power automatically emerges.
(917) 791-2135
Brooklyn, New York 11218
Tina A Strafaci, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMSW
“Whether you face everyday stress or a difficult transition or loss, together we will form a safe and comfortable alliance to explore the thoughts, feelings and behaviors that interfere with having a more fulfilling, productive and creative life.
(917) 791-2068
Brooklyn, New York 11209
Phuong Nguyen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I try to make the process of starting therapy as straight forward and welcoming as possible. My approach is to get to know you by creating an atmosphere where you can speak freely about your life. Everybody has frustrations, doubts, aches, unpredictable circumstances, and a desire for growth and connection. Without proper attention, these difficulties can sometimes develop into depression, anxiety, and destructive behaviors. I believe in the importance of enduring relationships, meaningful work, balance, creativity, and taking good care of yourself. I am available for consultations, individual therapy, couples therapy, group therapy, and referrals to family therapy and psychiatric care.
(646) 386-2236
Brooklyn, New York 11201
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