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Therapists in New York

Nina Sandy Psychotherapist/Psychoanalyst, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“It is a basic human need to be listened to and understood; we are dependent on responsive others throughout life. It helps define and consolidate our sense of self; have confidence in what we think and feel, and so choices and decisions become easier. But when ones unique strivings are criticized or ignored, we go into hiding. We become what is expected to maintain approval and love, often at the cost of self. This accommodation results in emptiness, resentment, depression, indecisiveness, guilt and myriad ways of coping; drugs, drinking, eating, not eating, over-spending, over-working. Therapy can help.
(646) 600-9134
New York, New York 10001
Sherie L Seff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSWR, MA
“My name is Sherie L. Seff and I am a licensed clinical social worker specializing in Weight Loss Surgery, Eating Disorders, Sexual Abuse and Chronic Illness. I work in a psychoanalytic/relational model which I believe paves the way for long term personal growth and success. My office is located in the Columbus Circle area convenient to all major subway lines. I have flexible office hours including Saturdays and Sundays. I offer reasonable session fees based on mental health, and financial need. If you would like to come in for a consultation I can be reached at 646-265-3633.
(646) 600-5012
New York, New York 10019
“Do you want to live in the fullness of who you really are? Do you want to find your true gifts and powers and fullfil your potential? I am a licensed psychologist who blends traditional psychotherapeutic approaches with newer, more enlivening approaches to personal change including body psychotherapy and a transpersonal perspective (that involves spirituality.) When the client's process is approached from this rich and empowering three-way approach, personal transformation and growth happens faster and is deeper. I welcome you to contact me to explore what you would like to change and create in your life now.
(646) 351-1635
New York, New York 10024
Dr.M: Psychotherapy & Coaching, Psychologist  in New York
“Tired of analyzing, re-analyzing and over-analyzing, but never getting anywhere? Feeling anxious, stressed, overwhelmed? Do you find yourself constantly resorting to the "quick fix" and/or negative patterns of behavior? My practice offers a unique blend of PSYCHOTHERAPY & COACHING where enhanced insight/self-awareness are accompanied by an "action plan." -Designed for the "do-ers," -versus those who prefer to "talk about doing," my practice promotes forward movement through the development of greater self-esteem/self-confidence, enhanced coping skills, improved problem-solving strategies, and a core belief that one CAN achieve stated personal, relationship & career-based goals.
(917) 746-1781
New York, New York 10016
Ruth A Lippin,   in New York
“Are fears limiting the quality of your life? Are you a chronic worrier? Are you afraid of flying, driving, subways, heights, social situations, being alone, crowded spaces, public restrooms, being far away from home? Fears come in many forms, all can be successfully treated. I am a cognitive behavioral therapist (CBT) who specializes in the treatment of all anxiety disorders. I work with children, adolescents and adults both in my office and in the actual settings in which the phobic reactions occur. I also use CBT to treat depression and with clients who see me for life coaching.
(646) 600-8214
New York, New York 10023
Kristine Bambery, Counselor  in New York
“I work with my clients using short-term, solution based therapy. I want to work with you on your goals and help you gain skills and tools in order to become your own therapist. You will identify your beliefs and challenge yourself to examine them to see if they are no longer working for you. I believe it is necessary to identify how we think and feel about life stesses and situations in order to learn to restructure our beliefs and fit them into our changing contexts. The goal is to learn to become more forgiving of yourself, others, and the world around you.
(917) 746-5767
New York, New York 10022
Barbara Leff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that the only way therapy works is if a good partnership is formed between client and therapist. Goals need to be set together. I believe there needs to be a practical approach to solving the immediate problem as well as an understanding from where the problem stems. I also feel it's important for the therapist to be available to the client whenever possible. I am the coauthor of All You Need to Know about Narcissism that was published in Nov 2011 and have begun to write my next book about ADHD
(646) 351-1708
New York, New York 10075
Trace Rosel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“If you are seeking to resolve issues that interfere with your quality of life, therapy can be a valuable resource. In my practice, I focus on helping clients gain insight and develop more effective strategies to deal with life's challenges, placing a strong value and emphasis on providing a personalized approach.
(212) 804-6727
New York, New York 10010
Grace P Conroy,   in New York
“I believe that the most important relationship we develop is with our inner self. People often get caught up in repetitive patterns that may hinder their work, love, or personal relationships caused by past traumas or disconnection from oneself. This may inhibit them from being able to live a fulfilling life. The process of getting in touch with often unknown aspects of oneself enables one to lead a fuller life. Lack of such a connection with our psychological center leads in varying degrees to emotional homelessness, emptiness in one's work, and personal relationships. In my publications I explore the notion of "inner home".
(646) 760-1893
New York, New York 10023
Marianna Strongin, Psychologist  in New York
“Voted as NYC's top baby guru- for all things parenting. I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a particular interest and specialty in perinatal mood disorders, parental issues and infertility. I treat families and couples who are undergoing infertility treatment, experiencing depression and/or anxiety during and after pregnancy and families who are experiencing parental problems. I believe everyone's journey to parenthood is a unique one and I am especially honored to be a part of it.
(646) 798-4745
New York, New York 10028
Dorothy Brand, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy can help ... whether with a crisis, ongoing issues like anxiety or depression, or just a vague feeling that "I want more from life!" ... therapy provides a safe haven, and a skilled partner to help you find your way through life's struggles. Therapy can also be a great opportunity - a chance to get to know yourself in ways that few of us do in our day-to-day lives. Knowledge is a powerful tool, and understanding yourself more completely can give you the awareness needed to make better choices.
(646) 350-0413
New York, New York 10001
Connie L Kaplan, Psychologist  in New York
“A major focus of my practice is on coping skills development and mind/body connection. I specialize in trauma, anger management, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and depression, pain and stress management, conflict resolution, relationship issues, work-related problems. Because of the strong relationship between mind and body,the impact of each on the other,the mind/body connection is integrated into all aspects of interventions.
(646) 600-5117
New York, New York 10003
Christina M Carter, Psychologist  in New York
“Get unstuck! People sometimes come to therapy confused about exactly what is wrong -- they just know that they feel unable to budge from their current "stuck" place. Therapy can help you understand and tackle symptoms so we can begin to get you back on track to a more fulfilling life. For those starting with a specific problem already in mind, I have experience with both symptom-focused (aka CBT) treatments for problems like OCD and panic attacks, as wells as treatments focused on challenging chronic patterns behind problems like depression, low self-esteem, procrastination, dysfunctional relationships, disordered eating, and addictions.
(646) 315-4300
New York, New York 10003
“Therapy can be an exciting, useful and powerful experience in one's life. As a therapist, I want to create a safe and supportive environment in which people can tackle the problems that they are currently facing. I aim not to pathologize but rather to foster an understanding that all people at some point experience sadness, anxiety and various other emotions throughout the course of their lives. By facing the reasons behind these and also by creating a strong therapeutic alliance, anyone can work through these periods and foster better resilience for the future.
(646) 480-6264
New York, New York 10003
Iris Warren Henry, Psychologist  in New York
“If you're feeling down, anxious, or overwhelmed, it may be because managing the day-to-day minutiae of our busy schedules often leaves little space to register our emotional experiences until they hit a fever pitch. Although many of us adapt by pushing the pain into the background much of the time, these hidden disappointments, hurts, and resentments don't disappear; they grow and can fester. Creating a safe place to process this pain is vital, and can free us to realize and accomplish our goals.
(917) 525-4912
New York, New York 10011
Julie Kipp, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I work with people who have been given challenging diagnoses such as psychotic disorders, borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, or who have experienced trauma, anxiety, or depression. I individualize my approach to the person, focusing on strengths. The goal is better functioning, which is often supported by understanding the meaning and personal history of the problems or symptoms.
(914) 205-4667
New York, New York 10003
Susie Lang, Counselor  in New York
“Are you going through personal or professional TRANSITIONS? Are you GRIEVING the loss of an important person in your life? Do you feel the struggles and isolation of RELOCATION? Is DEPRESSION in your way of finding a more satisfying life? Do you feel “out-of-balance” between your home and work life? Would you like to be deeply heard on your road to self-acceptance, SELF-AWARENESS AND EMPOWERMENT? I believe that you are your greatest asset and we will work together, learning new ways to make better choices that best suit you creating your own personal transformation.
(917) 746-5876
New York, New York 10003
Alicia Sisk, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
“I am a psychotherapist passionate about working with you to reach your true potential. I will help you to identify and change the thoughts, feelings and behavior patterns that are keeping you from feeling happy, productive and confident. I provide a supportive, environment that allows you to talk openly with someone who is objective, neutral and non judgemental. I am also very grounded, direct and down to earth and will provide feedback and sometimes direct suggestions.
(646) 846-8014
New York, New York 10025
Sara Furcini,   in New York
“Have you been struggling with sadness, stress, irritability, loneliness, or low self-esteem? Are there problems in your relationship that you'd like to talk about? I have extensive experience working with individuals, couples, and families struggling with issues such as depression, anxiety, family conflict, academic/career and relationship challenges. I work to understand your goals and needs so that I can facilitate the journey to fulfill them with all the skills at my disposal.
(646) 791-2832
New York, New York 10025
Gwendolyn L Shapiro, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The needs to feel safe, heard, understood and cared for are universal. Your pain and struggles are not your fault. You do have the power to grow, change, and heal, although you might not know how. This is our work together. Using all the tools I have to offer, with your input and feedback, we change depression or anxiety into joy and peace; self-harm into self-care; failure and stuck-ness into satisfaction and achievements; abandonment and toxic relationships into independence, love, and freedom. *ONLY TAKING NEW CLIENTS IN NEW JERSEY AT THIS TIME*
(718) 865-8405
New York, New York 10003
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