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Therapists in Brooklyn

Elissa J Schpero, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Making the decision to start therapy can be daunting, but I believe that the therapy process can help you gain a better understanding of your behaviors, relationships and sense of self. I also believe that therapy can help to ease the emotional pain and discomfort that life changes and transitions can stir up. I create a safe and caring environment where we will work together to identify and work through the obstacles you face so you can achieve your goals.
(347) 269-2424
Brooklyn, New York 11201
“I am board-certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Medicine specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of a broad spectrum of psychiatric conditions and addiction issues. I am also a fellow of the Institute of Psychoanalytic Education. I have extensive experience in psychopharmacology and psychotherapy and am committed to providing compassionate, top quality mental health care and addiction problems that is customized to meet each of my patient's individual needs. Initial consultation consists of a comprehensive psychiatric assessment. I will also carefully screen for commonly missed coexisting conditions.
(347) 252-3841
Brooklyn, New York 11201
“I have extensive experience in working with patients who are struggling with Depression, Anxiety and Relationship issues. I provide both psychotherapy and psychopharmacology. I have a particular expertise in working with patients with concurrent medical issues. This includes women struggling with REPRODUCTIVE ISSUES, including infertility, antepartum and postpartum depression, menapause. I also specialize in patients with chronic medical illnesses including but not limited to Multiple Sclerosis, Cancer and end of life issues.
(646) 600-8219
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Lisette Soini, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCAT, LMSW
“Find freedom in your relationships, your work, and your life through art making and conversation. We will work together on drawings, sculptures, paintings, and other art forms to learn more about who you are and who you want to be. My approach is interpersonal and collaborative. I have extensive experience in art therapy as well as traditional psychotherapy, mindfulness techniques, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Together we will explore your behavioral patterns and personal narratives to help you achieve what you want from life.
(914) 380-7459
Brooklyn, New York 11211
“I would like to be able to help people who don't necessarily have a lot of money or health insurance, so I try to keep fees low....When problems in important relationships bring uneasiness, shock or heartbreak, I think it is worthwhile to look directly at what is painful. When underlying feelings or communication issues are hard to identify, therapy may help to clarify what is going on. Sometimes problems can be avoided by exploring, before making an emotional commitment, whether the fundamentals for a good relationship--qualities such as honesty and maturity--are sufficiently present.
(718) 569-7151
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Theresa A Coe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“It is my belief that people heal from their strengths. In my practice I have found that an emphasis on diagnosis and pathology does not generally bring people to a greater sense of inner safety or of self knowledge. I use a variety of techniques to bring clients to a deeper understanding of their resources on their path toward healing.
(347) 566-9195
Brooklyn, New York 11232
Pamela Berger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, MPH
“Seeking therapy can be overwhelming, and also relieving; it is an act of hope. I believe that the potential for personal growth and change within all of us is enormous, and I value the opportunity to work with clients as we weave between the present and the past to explore the impact each has on the other. I work as an interactive, psychodynamically oriented therapist. I help my clients examine their personal histories and uncover unconscious barriers to achieving goals, feeling more authentic, happier.
(347) 408-0685
Brooklyn, New York 11215
“In my practice, I take pride in treating everyone as an individual and consider differences in their histories, personalities and the different ways they cope with their emotional distress. I consider these differences and similarities extremely carefully whenever I design a patients treatment plan. BENEFITS There are five goals that are almost always achieved when under my care. 1)Increased insight or improved understanding of one's own mental state. This can range from simply knowing one's strengths and weaknesses, to understanding their symptoms are signs of mental illness, and to deepen their awareness and acceptance of inner feelings.
(718) 305-1418
Brooklyn, New York 11234
Beth Jonina Halpern, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“Whether you are looking for help with specific symptoms or you have a more general sense of not being happy, therapy is a collaborative process that can help move you in the right direction. Over the nearly 30 years that I have been in the field of mental health. I have worked with a wide variety of people, from brand new infants to adults facing the challenges of aging. Early in my career I was active in mother-infant attachment research and trained in parent-infant video feedback therapies.
(718) 595-0578
Brooklyn, New York 11242
Alexa Baz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I practice interpersonal psychodynamic therapy which in simple terms means that I believe the relationship between client and therapist is an essential part of the process. The therapy room can be considered a microcosm of your outside world and naming and clarifying experiences and dynamics that occur between us can help foster the development of insight and helpful solutions. With my support and guidance these corrective experiences can heal old wounds and shift maladaptive thoughts and patterns to help you feel more balanced and fulfilled with your life. I find this principle supports my work with individuals and families.
(646) 374-4679
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Veronica Brodsky, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“Veronica Brodsky
(718) 618-5938
Brooklyn, New York 11215
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
Nikita L Banks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, LSW, MSW
“"A Goal Without a Deadline is just a Dream." I am trained in the leading evidence based practice to help my clients meet their target Life goals. I work closely with clients to partialize and prioritize problems to help them attain long term results in short term sessions. The main goal is to help the clients work through creative blockages that help them to achieve what their heart desires.
(646) 434-0081
Brooklyn, New York 11221
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
Gemma Burgio, Art Therapist  in Brooklyn
Verified by Psychology Today
Art Therapist, L-CAT, ATR-BC, MPS
“I am a practicing Licensed Creative Arts Therapist (L-CAT) and Board Certified, Registered Art Therapist (ATR-BC). I provide my clients with a compassionate, person-centered and humanistic approach in order to address issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, transitions and socioeconomic stressors. I attempt to meet every person where they are and allow them to move through therapy at their own pace. I truly believe in the power of art therapy and the process of creativity to aid in alleviation of mental health issues afflicting children, adolescents, adults, couples and families.
(631) 336-2999
Brooklyn, New York 11226
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. 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
Jean E Okie, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“I believe the purpose of psychotherapy is to ease emotional and relationship difficulties and increase satisfaction in life. Clients come to therapy with diverse needs, but typically they are seeking help either to deal with immediate life crises or to address ongoing challenges. In my practice these have included issues of anxiety and depression; bereavement; effects of trauma; parenting and relationship concerns; and varied behavior problems. I see both children and adults and have a subspecialty in couples counseling. For psychotherapeutic techniques to be successful they must be adapted to the client's unique needs and circumstances.
(718) 509-6676
Brooklyn, New York 11201
“We know how difficult it can be to talk with our children about the death of a parent, grandparent, a sibling or any loved one. I often hear grieving parent ask, "Should I tell my kids the truth? "How can they understand what has happened?" Is it better to wait and talk with them when they are older? I share support, methods and language to help parents help their kids. This can be especially helpful when the cause is a sudden death, such as a vehicular accident, work related accident or suicide.
(917) 680-2510
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
“Psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Individuals, couples, and groups. Adults and adolescents.
(646) 600-8176
Brooklyn, New York 11201
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