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Therapists in New York

Rachel Ravin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“We are here to choose Love. As a practitioner who walks this path herself, I offer a spiritually-based approach to healing. I see spirituality as movement towards the truth of who we are--as something within us that is revealed to us in our moment-by-moment experience--in our journey through life. The work I love to do with clients is to be their witness and champion on this journey home to themselves, toward seeing themselves rightly--their wounds and their gifts--and bringing themselves into wholeness and right relationship with self, with Source, and with the world.
(646) 798-4211
New York, New York 10001
Jennifer Nolan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I believe that by engaging in therapy you have the opportunity to change and improve your life. Whether you are seeking help at this time due to challenging or unexpected life circumstances, or your difficulties are more long-standing, therapy can make a big difference. It can help you gain a more meaningful and fulfilling life, better understand yourself and your relationships with others, and discover new ways to cope in the world. Everyone has their own unique story and I work to connect with and help you according to your individual needs. I practice psychodynamic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.
(646) 392-8193
New York, New York 10003
Laury Paul, Psychologist  in New York
“Health psychology focuses on understanding how behavioral and psychological factors are involved in physical health and mental well being. The negative impact of this interaction may result in unwanted consequences (e.g., stress) and physical repercussions. My practice specializes in the effect of this relationship on women and women's issues.I practice psychotherapy with individual, couples, and families.
(646) 392-7264
New York, New York 10028
Mim Walden, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
“I feel I am authentic, sensitive, warm, friendly, down-to-earth and, funny when appropriate. My inquisitive nature allows me to be a good listener. I take an approach of offering authority without being authoritarian. Psychotherapy can be an opportunity to learn how to get more from life. By joining with a competent professional you can process those areas of your life that seem "stuck", overwhelming, or just bugging you. Part of our work involves learning to solve problems. We will stay focused on your goal(s) to make sure you achieve them.
(646) 351-1952
New York, New York 10003
Brenda Taylor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I provide therapeutic services to people who are feeling depressed, isolated, and without goals or motivation. I work with adults of all ages and couples. My particular interest is working with people having difficulties in their current relationships or in finding satisfying relationships, either one on one or within a community. I see people individually, in couples, or within a group setting. My focus of treatment is goal oriented, working with people who either have trouble setting goals, completing goals, or moving on to desirable changes in their lives and life styles.
(646) 760-1923
New York, New York 10024
Marc A. Tallent, Psychologist  in New York
“Are you seeking better relationships, greater career success, or relief from emotional distress? I will work with you to overcome the obstacles to living the life you want. Understanding yourself and others in new ways can increase your ability to relate to people authentically and experience love. Reconsidering recurring patterns that once seemed inevitable or uncontrollable can help you eliminate self-defeating behaviors and discover new choices and options. Acquiring the psychological skills to direct your life more effectively can lead to making lasting changes. Developing your emotional intelligence can promote greater resilience, humor, and capacity for pleasure.
(646) 351-1790
New York, New York 10003
Alan Shanel Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“Drawing on over four decades of experience, I provide insight-oriented psychotherapy for individuals, couples and groups. My therapy style focuses on past and present issues with an eye toward helping my patients lead freer, more fulfilled lives. My approach to treatment includes empirically validated, theoretically grounded approaches, with an emphasis on exploring the underlying emotions that fuel behaviors. My aim is to help my patients navigate their inner worlds, improve emotional well-being and develop the capacity to engage in healthy relationships. By empowering patients to better understand themselves, patients develop tools to live authentic and satisfying lives.
(646) 461-4017
New York, New York 10011
Rebecca Rosen, Psychologist  in New York
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist providing psychotherapy for adults who experience depression, anxiety, PTSD, relationship issues, job stress, personality disorders, self-esteem issues, difficulty with attention and concentration, and other life stressors. I work both with individuals and couples.
(917) 512-7589
New York, New York 10010
Training Institute for Mental Health,   in New York
“To your friends and family, you may appear fine. Inside, you feel anything but. Confusion, uncertainty, loneliness;things once simple now seem hard, even impossible. You find you're repeating the same mistakes over and again, don't enjoy the activities you once did, or struggle just to face the day. You want to feel better. Having the courage to end your anguish, resolve difficult personal problems, and regain your emotional grounding can be a difficult task. But it's a task you don't have to tackle alone.
(212) 627-8181
New York, New York 10001
Lainie Goldwert, Psychologist  in New York
“I'm a licensed clinical psychologist who works with adults and adolescents to address both sudden and ongoing struggles with mood and relationships. My approach is collaborative, dynamic, and committed to helping you experience not only short-term relief but also lasting change according to your goals and values. I work with anxiety, panic, trauma, depressive states, repeated relationship patterns that don't work for you, as well as issues related to gender and sexuality. I also specialize in the interaction between medical and psychological issues, including stress-related conditions, pain, and immune-related conditions.
(347) 706-3895
New York, New York 10010
Lisa Cataldo, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, MDiv, PhD
“Seeking help is the first step in creating real change in your life. I believe that change is possible, and that therapy can lead to a greater sense of freedom and creativity, as you work through old patterns that keep you stuck.Together we will explore the underlying dynamics of your life choices and relationships - including those in your family of origin - with the goal of deep and lasting transformation. In my experience, therapy can foster healing of even longstanding personality and relationship issues, so you can move forward with a new sense of hope.
(646) 699-3845
New York, New York 10022
Nicole A Schaffer, Psychologist  in New York
“As a licensed clinical psychologist, I work with a broad spectrum of clients including those with depressive and anxiety disorders. I see individuals who struggle with interpersonal difficulties (relationship/intimacy issues) as well as those who suffer from intrapersonal problems (self-esteem, stress management, life transitions). I work with clients in an interactive and collaborative manner and although my specialty is cognitive behavior therapy, I have expertise in psychodynamic and interpersonal therapy. This background allows me to view each individual as unique and not just apply one standard form of treatment. After years of working with people, I have the utmost respect for the resilience of the human spirit and consider it an honor to be allowed to stand witness to people's personal stories.
(646) 386-2196
New York, New York 10016
Park Avenue Relationship Consultants, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“Park Avenue Relationship Consultants is a private service in Manhattan and the Hamptons. Expertly trained and very experienced therapists work with individuals, couples, families, business partnerships and groups. Insurance is out of network only. Confidentiality is respected. Alongside four founding therapists, PARC has twelve affiliated therapists throughout the metropolitan area.
(212) 289-0295
New York, New York 10128
Isolde Keilhofer, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
“Are you feeling anxious, isolated, depressed? Are you having a hard time with relationships? Are you creatively blocked? Therapy provides a space in which to explore, to tackle, the most serious of matters. Life is full of unexpected shocks, therapy can be an auxiliary shock absorber. It helps to talk.
(212) 726-0558
New York, New York 10011
Diana Falick, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
“My ideal client is someone who wants to lead a more fulfilling life but needs guidance in doing this. I am best suited to treat open-minded adults who ask questions and are looking for an interactive therapy experience. I am successful in these area because I am deeply empathic and have lived a long, multi-faceted life. I am particularly effective with couples, both new and seasoned, because I am able to help them learn how to truly listen to one another. As a result, they feel understood and less frustrated. Yes, people don't change but they can modify. Learning more about "how we tick" is an enriching experience thats adds to the fullness of life. My long career as a psychotherapist/psychoanalyst is a personally rewarding one.
(646) 351-1733
New York, New York 10023
Julia Hochstadt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“When people are considering therapy, often times the hardest step is making a first phone call. I have deep respect for the process of choosing a therapist and value the process that one must undertake in order to find the perfect fit. My style of working is relational and psychodynamically informed and I believe that each therapeutic relationship is unique. This means that we will tailor the treatment to fit your needs and interests. The best outcomes are achieved when you feel comfortable with the person you are working with
(212) 613-6204
New York, New York 10016
Maria T Gambino, Counselor  in New York
“My ideal client is someone who is open to the therapeutic process, interested in becoming more self-aware and who makes an effort inside and outside of my office. I look for thought and behavior patterns to offer clients a fresh perspective on themselves and on why they operate in the ways that they do. Once we identify contributing factors, we can initiate change. I tend to hone in on my clients' strengths and find ways to maximize and utilize them in their lives. I also hope to offer a peaceful environment for us to build a strong therapeutic relationship.
(917) 746-7880
New York, New York 10003
“I have been a psychotherapist for over twenty-five years. During that time many people have passed through my office on their way to changing their lives. I believe that I have been effective in assisting them to resolve conflicts and help them become more of who they hoped they could be. I approach people with opening questions and strive to identify and understand their uniqueness. I like to believe that I support the creative development of their selves.
(646) 351-1893 x102
New York, New York 10065
Darren Bedrosian, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, LP, MS, LPsyA
“Many adults experience depression, anxiety or similar issues in any given year. Others need help coping with a serious illness, losing weight or stopping smoking. Still others struggle to cope with relationship troubles, job loss, the death of a loved one, stress, substance abuse or other issues.Psychological difficulties are uniquely human. Psychotherapy is a process that can help you cope and work through the tough times, as well as fuel your growth and drive you towards your goals and desires. I work by engaging collaboratively with my patients and clients to explore the issues they are struggling with.
(914) 768-9122
New York, New York 10019
Kacy Ames-Heron, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My approach to therapy is interactive, open and warm. I value each person as unique with their own story and I work with you in a safe and non-judgmental way. Making the first contact for therapy can feel intimidating but I know that therapy can support you in gaining greater insight and making positive transformations in your life.
(917) 279-2144
New York, New York 10024
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