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Therapists in New York

Sarah Heller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“The most important thing in a therapeutic relationship is the match. Everyone wants to find a therapist who 'gets' them. I believe that therapy really works, and that finding the right person can be life-changing. As a therapist, I believe it is important to respect the choices that people make in their lives, and to listen openly and non-judgmentally. We all make choices that may not make sense to our friends and family. Therapy is useful for helping us to understand the reasoning behind the decisions we've made, and for facilitating change in our lives.
(646) 942-6425
New York, New York 10011
Patricia Mendell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Deciding to seek out help is often not an easy decision. As a therapist, fertility and pregnancy loss survivor and parent, I am well aware of the impact decision-making choices have on people's lives. My work is rooted in the belief that with the right support system, and practical educational tools one can gain confidence in tackling obstacles such as anxiety, depression, and recurring negative thoughts. My style is interactive and solution focused. Through years of counseling and coaching adults, children, and families, I have found that real change is possible when one feels safe and accepted.
(646) 480-7101
New York, New York 10010
Neil Krishan Aggarwal, Psychiatrist  in New York
“My broad education - medical school at Case, cultural psychiatry at Harvard, and residency training at Yale - has helped me understand that people need help throughout life. I treat adults ages 18 and over with a wide range of problems, including depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and substance issues. I can work with you to make sense of tough life problems like grief, relationship issues, balancing family roles, divorce, not meeting expectations at work or school, and medical illnesses. As former advisor to Yale's University Chaplain, I know how people who are suffering search for hope.
(917) 746-8687
New York, New York 10019
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-, R
“I have been treating patients in psychotherapy for over 35 years. Therapy offers people help towards change, change towards the life they want. Yet,for various reasons, this life has not been attainable. My approach is to offer patients a safe, supportive, understanding environment in which they can explore their hopes and fears and the obstacles that get in their way of having a fuller, richer life.
(646) 600-8067
New York, New York 10003
Jack J Levy, Psychiatrist  in New York
“I pride myself on providing a very individualized approach to treatment. Every person is different and their treatment needs are unique. The science and art of psychological therapy is based on the ability to identify the particular aspects of a person that need adjustment or repair; to help these to be seen and to take suitable action. The actions taken might be in the realm of self understanding, lifestyle changes, relationship changes, or psychopharmacologic adjustments. Through experience I have found that combining psychotherapy and pharmacologic treatment in a meaningful and skillful way may be an important path toward therapeautic success.
(646) 600-9028
New York, New York 10016
Thomas M. Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“I have been in practice for over 25 years and my clients seem to find that I'm easy to talk to. When you leave my office, you may find that you have a different perspective on your problems and that they appear to be more manageable.
(646) 386-2247
New York, New York 10025
Donald A. Bux, Psychologist  in New York
“I stress the importance of a strong, caring, give-and-take relationship with my clients. My approach depends on each person's particular needs and goals. For those dealing with broad concerns such as life transitions, existential or identity issues, or interpersonal relationships, my approach tends to be exploratory and insight-oriented. For those seeking resolution of a specific problem or set of symptoms (such as OCD, substance abuse, or stress), I take a fairly structured, goal- and skills-oriented approach to treatment.
(917) 725-5181
New York, New York 10023
Christa Martin, Psychologist  in New York
“My capacity for deep listening and empathy provides a safe environment for self-exploration and reflection. We can work together to identify your personal strengths, and uncover areas for growth. Often interpersonal difficulties and built up negative emotional patterns can interfere with developing and maintaining healthy relationships. My goal is to help you become emotionally resilient so you can adapt to challenges, and genuinely connect to other people. Through this process we can help derive deeper meaning and understanding to your life. I offer a variety of strategies to cope with difficulty, reduce stress, and authentically relate to others.
(267) 385-8734
New York, New York 10018
Steven T Fishman, Psychologist  in New York
“I am the Founder and Director of the Institute For Behavior Therapy in NYC and am Board Certified in both Clinical and Behavioral Psychology. I am considered an expert in anxiety-related disorders like generalized anxiety, social anxiety, panic, phobias, OCD, etc. I incorporate CBT, DBT, & Mindfulness, and other evidence-based procedures in my practice which addresses the spectrum of emotional and behavioral problems. Since my approach is "action-oriented" and participatory, I consider the therapist-client relationship as central to successful outcomes in treatment.
(646) 351-1862
New York, New York 10017
Michael Picucci, Counselor  in New York
“An Alternative Approach In Psychotherapy Be prepared to feel a sense of interest, synergy and readiness for something new, gentle and pleasurable with Dr. Michael Picucci's integrative healing approach. Dr. Picucci draws on 30 years of experience in a wide variety of healing and treatment practices, including psychology, psychotherapy, alcoholism and addictions recovery, trauma healing, sexual healing, grief counseling, somatic experiencing and other organic, complementary paradigms. His whole person approach and unique style, along with a diverse clientele have established Dr. Picucci as a preferred provider by many prestigious mental health and addiction treatment centers.
(212) 242-5052 x1
New York, New York 10003
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
Carmela Perez, Psychologist  in New York
“The longstanding emotional pain caused by psychological problems can greatly interfere with the quality and enjoyment of your life. For example, you may find yourself unable to feel motivated at work, anxious and depressed, disappointed in friends and family, angry and envious of others, and/or self-conscious and unsure of your abilities. These problems do not just show up overnight, and will not disappear with just a few sessions or a "quick fix" treatment. You should be skeptical of a mental health professional who offers or guarantees a quick cure.
(646) 351-1856
New York, New York 10001
Anne Rettenberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been a psychotherapist for 20 years. I have an MSW from New York University. I treat depression, anxiety disorders, trauma-related problems, relationship problems, and anger problems. I also have a background as an addictions counselor. I accept some insurance as direct payment. If I do not accept your insurance as direct payment, I will work with you to help you get reimbursement from your plan, if your plan includes out-of-network benefits.
(646) 791-2875
New York, New York 10011
Ifat Knaan-kostman, Psychologist  in New York
“I believe that therapy can not only alleviate specific hardships or teach more compassionate self-care, but that therapy can be emotionally transformative. I practice this belief with rigor, I believe my role is to provide a supportive, yet challenging environment that fosters emotional well-being, new insights, and change. I am an active participant in the therapy session. Together we will be able to set therapeutic goals and follow a clear path to achieve them. I hold emotions and affect in the highest regard and pay particular attention to non-verbal communications.
(917) 934-3977
New York, New York 10012
Susan Bernard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, MBA
“Are you struggling with complex relationships, stressful life circumstances or thinking about a career change? Do you typically feel anxious, confused and overwhelmed by it all? Tried confiding in your friends but still feel stuck? Perhaps you feel misunderstood and frustrated by those you love? Maybe you want to enhance your professional life, or deepen your creative expression? Working collaboratively I have helped my clients overcome a wide variety of emotional and professional challenges.
(646) 600-8097
New York, New York 10016
James R Covington, Marriage & Family Therapist  in New York
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MDiv, MA, LMFT
“I have been a pre-marital and marriage counselor/educator for thirty years. I love my work because I strongly believe in marriage as a vital social institution and as a dynamic opportunity for personal growth. In fact, I believe conflict can help build your relationship, depending, of course on how it is managed. I start with this premise: emotional connection is the most important element of a good marriage. When that fails, the marriage will suffer.
(646) 600-8241
New York, New York 10024
“Are you feeling sad, angry, stuck or confused with your job or your spouse or your family of origin or your friends? Does your self esteem vary widely in reaction to your circumstances? Do you try to control your emotional states by eating or witholding or other self destructive behaviors? If you wish to understand why these difficulties are going on, and want to work toward making change, I may be the therapist for you. I am patient, empathic, and directive.I am psychoanalytically trained but have respect for the pragmatic realities of everyday life. I genuinely love working with people in a therapeutic way.
(646) 863-9446
New York, New York 10003
Ezra Teitelbaum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-R, BCD
“I have worked with individuals and couples for well over three decades. I see psychotherapy as a collaboration of discovery and courage between patient and therapist. Its goals are relief from your distress, opening up and working with the hidden parts of yourself, and managing your life in more satisfying ways. I encourage self-observation about recurring disappointments, reframing of old conflicts, and appreciation of your unique strengths. I listen attentively and with an open mind. I would be pleased to meet with you for a consultation, so that we may discuss your situation and you may get a sense of how I work.
(646) 480-6770
New York, New York 10019
Tzachi Slonim,   in New York
“Finding the right therapist for yourself, your child, or your relationship, can be anxiety-provoking. Like other relationships, the beginning of treatment is often fraught with questions, assessments, and ideally- excitement. As a psychodynamically-trained clinical psychologist, I pay close attention to the inner lives of my patients to help them achieve more fulfilling lives. My style of therapy is interactive, direct and genuine. I subscribe to the notion that therapy should be "safe but not too safe" since people come to treatment not only to be supported, but also to be gently challenged to make changes in the way they think, feel or behave.
(917) 809-6270
New York, New York 10003
Robert Schachter, Psychologist  in New York
“My approach is to help you feel better in a short time. I use Cognitive Therapy. The way you feel depends on how you see a situation. If you are anxious or depressed, you have symptoms, so you don't see things realistically. So often, you can feel anxious when the event you are afraid of never happens.The therapy consists of teaching you a set of skills that allows you to see the thoughts that underlie your feelings and neutralize the ones that are not realistic.The result is that you feel better in a short time.
(646) 350-0677
New York, New York 10022

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