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Bisexual Issues Therapists in New York

Arthur Pomponio--On Relationships, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, PhD, LP, NCPsyA, NBCCH
“Are your relationships working? With others? With yourself? So many of our struggles--with depression, anxiety, rage, emptiness, loss, rejection--arise from difficulties in relating or not relating well to others. You might feel lonely, or too involved with others or they with you. How are things at home or work with significant others, family, friends or colleagues? We can work together for you to find and keep the relationships you want or to end ones that no longer work.
Bisexual Issues
(917) 521-6710
New York, New York 10025
Katherine Rachlin, Psychologist  in New York
“For 20+ years my practice has been devoted to working with individuals who are exploring alternative gender and sexual perspectives. I have real expertise, having seen hundreds of transgender, transsexual, and gender nonconforming individuals, their partners and families. I work with individuals at all stages of gender exploration and transition. I also support people who have decided not to transition for now or who are post-transition or for whom transition is no longer a central issue. I also specialize in couples therapy with couples of all sexual orientations, therapy for individuals exploring Kink and DS lifestyles and Open relationships.
Bisexual Issues
(646) 846-9954
New York, New York 10010
Arien Muzacz, Counselor  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHC, NCC, CASAC-T
“I provide affirming support while challenging my clients to identify obstacles to the realization of their potential. I believe counseling is a collaborative relationship. I welcome anyone challenged by depression, anxiety, compulsion, or life adjustments (career, retirement, bereavement). My clients identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, heterosexual. Some are gender non-conforming or transgender & some are involved in BDSM/leather, polyamorous or open relationships. I have worked with older adults, people living with HIV/AIDS & couples. I believe we all have the capacity to change and that altering behavior enables us to create lives that are more free and fulfilling.
Bisexual Issues
(646) 580-3129
New York, New York 10003
Dulcinea Pitagora, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMSW
“I offer kink, poly, trans* and LGBQ affirmative therapeutic counseling for individuals, couples, and/or poly and leather families. I provide a safe, non-judgmental, empowering space in which to explore thoughts, feelings, and behaviors; identify patterns and potential barriers to progress that connect with current life experiences and/or to the past; recognize and build on personal strengths, resilience, and insight; and improve communication and decision-making skills. We'll work together to create concrete goals, and you'll take an active role in achieving them with my support and guidance.
Bisexual Issues
(917) 746-8622
New York, New York 10001
Stephen J. Levin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“A good therapist can help you change. I have been in practice for over 40 years. If you want a therapist who is quiet or leans back in his chair saying, "tell me more about this..." or "uh huh", this is not me. Likewise, if you want a highly intellectual Jungian-type of analysis with multiple sessions analyzing one's dreams, I am not the right therapist for you. I am an active, involved therapist who gives advice and feedback. I will answer most questions. Therapy is a collaborative process. I make use of cognitive behavior therapy and other therapies.
Bisexual Issues
(646) 583-1694
New York, New York 10019
IHI Psychotherapy Center, Treatment Facility  in New York
Treatment Facility
“Struggling with life? WE CAN HELP. IHI Therapy Center is New York's leading LGBTQ affirmative psychotherapy and training center. Located in the heart of Chelsea, we foster personal growth, free of traditional gender, sexual orientation or cultural bias.
Bisexual Issues
(646) 699-4994
New York, New York 10001
Dr. Alex H. Stachelberg,   in New York
“I am a highly experienced and warm mental health professional with a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Long Island University. I received additional training at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital, AHRC, Lenox Hill Hospital and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. I received my post-doctoral training at Washington Square Institute. And I have taught undergraduate psychology courses for more than a decade at LIU, St. Joseph's College and The School Of Visual Arts. I enjoy being both a professor and a mental health practitioner. I work with individuals, couples, families and groups.
Bisexual Issues
(917) 746-7994
New York, New York 10011
Sarah Lazer, Psychologist  in New York
“Asking for help is not easy, so congratulations on taking the first step toward self-improvement and fulfillment. Through our partnership, I hope to help you better understand yourself in terms of how you function in your personal relationships, and help you see patterns that may be causing distress. My style is one that primarily focuses on empathy and insight. Though talking about issues that come up in therapy may initially be difficult, with time you will notice you are seeing yourself in a new light, and that you are able to accomplish positive change.
Bisexual Issues
(646) 461-3857
New York, New York 10168
Rania Kanazi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“While New York City provides endless opportunities for people, it also presents a fast paced environment that can result in stress, frustration and low self esteem. Fear of failure, body image issues, financial/work problems and competition with others are stressors that I continually deal with in my practice. Common statements that I hear are: "My parents expect so much from me and don't understand what I'm going through," "It's difficult to focus on relationships because of work deadlines," "Although money & sex are supposed to be pleasurable, they are causing difficulty in my relationships."
Bisexual Issues
(917) 791-1092
New York, New York 10001
Routh Chadwick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Has your life lost its luster? Do you feel caught on a hamster wheel wondering what it's all for? Perhaps you find yourself unable to think clearly about how to get through your current difficulties. I believe that everyone has innate resilience and the ability to find solutions, no matter bad things seem. Often it's when you finally reach a place of crisis, that the greatest opportunity for growth and change occurs. I can help you move through those difficult places, whether it feels like depression or anxiety or something else. If you improve one area of your life, the rest will follow.
Bisexual Issues
(646) 681-1861
New York, New York 10010
Julia D Yacoob, Psychologist  in New York
“I am a Cornell trained clinical psychologist specializing in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for adults and adolescents coping with a variety of symptoms and life stressors. I offer a warm, empathic, and collaborative approach to help individuals achieve their goals within a reasonable time frame. I often draw from schema, psychodynamic, meaning-based and mindfulness-based therapies to create a personalized program of treatment to best meet the needs of each individual.
Bisexual Issues
(646) 679-2854
New York, New York 10003
Lizbeth Scullin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, CLC
“I am a licensed psychotherapist with 12 years of experience helping people overcome barriers to success and happiness. Weaving the principles of psychodynamic treatment with cognitive-behavioral techniques and a healthy respect for the mind-body connection, you and I will create a plan that speaks directly to your personal goals. Depression, anxiety, trauma, and struggles with intimacy and relationships all have a profound impact on how we experience and negotiate our life's work. Together we can identify these roadblocks, work in a targeted way to resolve them and promote the healthy development you deserve.
Bisexual Issues
(718) 717-8939
New York, New York 10010
Stephen Reich, Psychologist  in New York
“I am a psychologist of long standing, with many years experience helping individuals, couples, and families. I consider myself to be an unusually warm and open person, and my style of therapy is highly interactive. It is my sincere belief that a great deal of the progress that is made in psychotherapy is as a result of a very effective therapeutic alliance and bond between the client and myself. This, above all, is at the heart of the supportive relationship which I hope will occur with the client.
Bisexual Issues
(212) 935-6133
New York, New York 10022
Jennifer L. Stafford,   in New York
“PLEASE NOTE THAT I AM UNABLE TO TAKE NEW CLIENTS UNTIL DECEMBER 2014. Often times thinking about attending therapy or consulting with someone else about the difficulties we're experiencing is rare; it's also courageous. When concerns build up inside of us, sometimes they can invite intense feelings of anger, depression and anxiety to disrupt our lives. Whether it's difficulty communicating with your partner, struggling with an unsatisfying career or all around relationship concerns; life happens and I pride my practice on guiding clients in developing more successful ways to navigate their lives.
Bisexual Issues
(646) 553-4067
New York, New York 10001
Komal Choksi, Psychologist  in New York
“Psychotherapy provides a unique space through which a new relationship with oneself and others can be forged. Change in patterns of feeling and relating can be achieved through a process of exploration of and reflection on one's deeply held beliefs, convictions, and values, and past and present experiences. My approach is collaborative and informed by psychodynamic perspectives. I strive to facilitate meaning, understanding, and empowerment through close attention to the details of one's internal life and external context. Many of the individuals I work with enter psychotherapy to work through depression and anxiety related to struggles with identity, relationships, loss, trauma, and migration.
Bisexual Issues
(646) 679-5819
New York, New York 10003
Beth Bloom, Counselor  in New York
“As an interpersonally-oriented therapist, I approach therapy with the general goal of helping you better understand yourself, what matters to you, and how you exist in the world. Based on what you want to accomplish, together we can uncover your true self so you can lead a more fulfilling and meaningful life. This process often involves a combination of making sense of earlier experiences, working with ongoing patterns, and re-evaluating future expectations or assumptions. By applying complementary therapy approaches and techniques, we will focus on issues and perceptions that may be holding you back or keeping you stuck.
Bisexual Issues
(917) 725-5025
New York, New York 10003
Ron Helpman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In over 20 years of work with individuals and couples, and as a supervisor of other therapists, I have gained expertise in working with problems including low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, addictions, procrastination and relationship problems. I have an interactive style which draws on cognitive-behavioral theory (CBT), interpersonal and developmental psychology, and Gestalt therapy. Together we will gain an understanding of the emotional, mental and behavioral habits which are getting in the way of you realizing your potential and preventing you from meeting your needs. We will then work to develop satisfying and productive alternatives.
Bisexual Issues
(212) 353-3695
New York, New York 10003
Anthony Cianci, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The pursuit of psychotherapy and prospect of creating lasting change in one's life can be an intimidating process. When considering this I have always understood the foundation of effective psychotherapy to be a strong, collaborative relationship between patient and therapist. I engage in this relationship with empathic concern and strive to create an environment where the vulnerable aspects of human experience can be expressed and understood.
Bisexual Issues
(646) 791-3120
New York, New York 10023
Carrie Gelber Rosenfield, Psychologist  in New York
“Need help with Depression, Anxiety, Stress and Relationships? Are you looking for deeper satisfaction and fulfillment in your life? I can help you explore the feelings, thoughts, and beliefs that may be holding you back so that you can begin to make the changes you desire and feel better. I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 30 years of experience helping people make changes so that they can begin to experience healthier relationships with greater potential for happiness. I am also certified( Advanced) in EMDR, an effective and rapid method for treating PTSD, trauma, anxiety, depression and other issues.
Bisexual Issues
(212) 426-4242
New York, New York 10021
Allison M. R. Lee, Psychiatrist  in New York
“I am committed to helping people address symptoms and difficulties compassionately and in ways that are tailored to the individual. I will listen carefully to you and make every effort to understand your unique preferences and needs. I have expertise in both psychotherapy and medicinal treatments and I will work with you to find the treatment plan that suits you best. In addition to private practice, I worked as a clinician-researcher at the Family Center for Bipolar at Beth Israel for the past 5 years. This work gives me unique experience in treating bipolar disorder and working with families.
Bisexual Issues
(347) 354-1960
New York, New York 10012
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