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African-American Therapists in New York

Nicole Davis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MFA, LCSW
“Everyone deserves to live a life full of meaning, joy and love. Most people come to therapy because something isn't working in their lives, and they need help fixing it. That's how I see my role as a therapist: a partner in your journey to figure out what's wrong, and then for us to work together to make real change. For some people this means developing insight into the issues that are holding you back. Other people already have the insight but need help turning the insight into action.
African-American
(347) 460-0504
New York, New York 10011
Tri State Counseling and MediatIon - MURTHY, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“Trained in CBT, prefer to use a rational living approach with behavior modification and assist the client. Use DBT, CBT, Behavioral approach in Psychotherapy to achieve practical results, measurable and beneficial to the client. Short term treatment focus on result oriented approach with focus on cognitive or insight or behavioral modification is my style. Specialist in children, work with families and a fair mix of all age groups. I accept major health insurances & accept private pay. ANGER MANAGEMENT, AUTISM, ADHD, MOOD DISORDERS, ANXIETY SUBSTANCE ABUSE, ALCOHOL DOMESTIC RELATIONS/VIOLENCE ISSUES AND FORENSIC EVALUATIONS HANDLED AS WELL.
African-American
(646) 600-5137
New York, New York 10001
Andree-Maryse Duvalsaint,   in New York
“I believe that psychotherapy is like getting a college degree in knowing yourself. The more aware we are of our motives, feelings, thoughts, actions & perceptions the less we are controlled by them & less likely to be stuck in old patterns that no longer work. I have helped many competent, intelligent men and women who wanted more out of life than financial success. They often would describe having a sense of feeling empty or not gratified. The process of psychotherapy facilitates increased self-awareness thereby increasing your ability to identify and follow your desires, which leads to fulfillment.
African-American
(646) 770-0848
New York, New York 10016
Shani Zylberman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, MA
“"We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are." While we cannot always change the world around us, we do have the power to make changes in ourselves which, in turn, affect our circumstances and the way we view and interact with others. We have all been through rough patches in life, and seeking help is the first step in your journey to repair. Using a caring and insightful approach, I help clients have a better understanding of their emotions and experiences, which enables the ability to make better life choices.
African-American
(646) 576-7349
New York, New York 10001
Modern Family Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
“Your family's well-being is the most important thing in the world to you and to us. With over 100 years of services to families and children, the Modern Family Center at Spence-Chapin is dedicated to help you and your family grow, heal, and build the life you want. We embrace the expanding definition of what it means to be a family and celebrate your unique identity.
African-American
(646) 798-4122
New York, New York 10128
Scott Shapiro, Psychiatrist  in New York
“Have you felt in a fog, unfocused, and disorganized your entire life? Do you often have trouble with time management, completing tasks, and procrastinating? These are common symptoms of ADD/ADHD. Suffering from ADD/ADHD can be a frustrating, upsetting, and stressful experience, especially when it goes undiagnosed for years. Many people are often told that it isn't a real diagnosis. However, ADD/ADHD is a real disorder. You can feel better. Effective treatment, whether it is medications, strategy-focused therapy, or both can provide you with the help you need to feel calmer, less anxious, and more organized.
African-American
(212) 804-7992
New York, New York 10001
Mary Claudia Wall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, FIPA
“I think introspection can transform lives! If you are naturally inclined toward introspection or have the desire to develop it, we could potentially work very effectively together. Assuming there is a good therapeutic fit, by that I mean, there is enough trust, likability and comfort between us, it is quite possible to deepen our understanding of your issues and actually make the unthinkable known and the unbearable borne.
African-American
(646) 600-8172
New York, New York 10023
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“With over 17 years proven experience, I have collaborated with a variety of clients -adults, children, families and the elderly - in improving their personal and professional relationships. By employing a relational, empathic approach in my practice, clients are able to successfully negotiate relationship issues, and overcome related struggles with depression and trauma. Empowerment is a major focus of our work.
African-American
(646) 600-5256
New York, New York 10003
Vernon Smith, Psychologist  in New York
“I specialize in evaluating and treating a broad range of issues affecting adolescents and adults. I also help couples deal with difficulties related to infertility, infidelity, and divorce. For detailed information on my practice, please visit my professional website at: www.vernonsmithphd.com
African-American
(718) 701-8805
New York, New York 10003
Yasmine Saad, Psychologist  in New York
“I believe that the success of any therapy stems from a good match between patient and therapist. My patients describe me as insightful, warm, flexible and very helpful. I provide a comfortable, safe, and warm environment while using my clinical experience with various forms of therapies to tailor the treatment to your needs and personality. I focus on the present and actively work with you to understand your difficulties, solve problems and expand your personal growth. I will help you define a path that will lead you to a better life and happier you.
African-American
(718) 395-9081
New York, New York 10010
Godfrey A Gregg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Hello, I provide a safe, warm, and exploratory environment. Together you and I co-create a space that will facilitate greater insight into and understanding of issues, both internal and external, which are causing discomfort. The push of discomfort brings you into treatment and the pull of hope sustains your motivation and determination to resolve the conflicts. You are the expert on your life. Therefore, my role is to provide a caring, nurturing, and analyzing set of eyes and mind to assist your growth. I look forward to meeting you and working with you.
African-American
(646) 679-7876
New York, New York 10003
Paki Chireah, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I approach each individual and issue with compassion, empathy and non-judgment, offering a safe space for guided reflection and healing. My ultimate goal is to assist you in finding peace and fulfillment in your life, through strengthening your self-awareness and self-esteem, and by providing you with tools which you can carry with you for life, aiding in your ability to cope with future stressors. I work collaboratively with clients to uncover and move past old patterns, belief systems or blocks, most often lingering from childhood experiences, that may be hindering progress toward achieving life goals.
African-American
(646) 736-6734
New York, New York 10003
Roslyn L Hunter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Empathy and humor are key in the therapeutic process and I use both. I am a licensed clinical social worker with over 20 years experience providing psychotherapy to adults and couples. During our sessions you will feel respected and heard with a focus on providing emotional relief. If you would like to see my TV interview with Arise News Network please paste the link into your browser. http://youtu.be/iLQkT0WAemM
African-American
(212) 802-8295
New York, New York 10031
Christine M. Valentin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you experiencing challenges and hardships that are causing you to feel worried, frustrated, fearful, hopeless? As a clinical therapist, I counsel individuals on ways to better manage common problems like balancing work and personal responsibilities, improving personal and professional relationships and coping with health concerns like dementia and multiple sclerosis. My specialties include helping individuals overcome anxiety, depression, improve communication, and reducing feelings of frustration, resentment and guilt associated with caring for a loved one (i.e. spouse, parent.) My desire is to help individuals overcome their challenges and lead a healthier more balanced life.
African-American
(347) 318-0746
New York, New York 10016
Lana M Ackaway, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, NCPsyA, CASAC
“I help others manage and resolve difficulties of the heart - love, loss, and work during significant life changes/transitions; e.g., career/job change, death/illness in family, divorce, addiction/recovery, etc. I provide high-quality professional assessment and counseling/psychotherapy to people who have not accessed or have had prior unsatisfactory experiences with psychotherapy. I also do "second opinions" for anyone experiencing therapy stalemate and/or major change. During change, the terrain is stormy, bumpy, skiddy and deep. Many feel angry--a disguise to the depth of fear(s). Anxiety ensues and one doubts whether the "new" is possible.
African-American
(917) 791-3249
New York, New York 10016
Ernest P Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW-R
“People seek psychotherapy for different reasons. Sometimes they want to solve a specific problem produced by difficult circumstances; sometimes they want relief from feelings of general unhappiness and anxiety; other times they want to make a change, to feel less stuck, less depressed and more hopeful. Asking for help is the first important step. It gives substance to our desire for change and makes concrete our wish to feel better. This very act of asking says that we feel entitled to support and serious consideration.
African-American
(917) 338-4592
New York, New York 10025
Babette Becker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PHD, LCSW, BCD
“I like to work with those who understand that therapy is mutual process, that we work together. The first and on-going work is to help clients connect the mind, the body and the emotions and begin to feel and understand their experience. I treat sexual abuse,self-esteem issues,domestic violence, eating disorders, anxiety and depression, the range of affective, behavioral and borderline, schizoid disorders.I am explorative, but supportive and create a holding environment
African-American
(646) 480-1040
New York, New York 10011
William Brosh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, FSW
“My ideal client is an adult who comes to therapy with a belief -- or at least with the hope -- that she/he is capable and courageous enough to change something that has been an obstacle to personal growth or overall functioning. Whatever the difficulties may be, I will strive to help you to improve self awareness and then apply it to future actions. I am easy to talk to and my style is relational, with the theory that you and I are just two people in a room sharing a moment of reality.
African-American
(646) 791-3686
New York, New York 10003
Edward Leonhard, Psychologist  in New York
“-I am an informal caring therapist involved even between sessions -I am conveniently located next to Grand Central and Westchester -I have for many decades taught therapy at Einstein Medical -I treat anxiety, depression etc and am honored if you contact me
African-American
(917) 521-6743
New York, New York 10017
Mona Lee Yousef, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CASAC, CADC, MAC
“I am a dedicated, perceptive and highly competent clinician with 24 years postgraduate experience. Certified in Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, I also hold state, national and international certifications in addictions treatment and have taught as well as supervised in the areas of addiction, HIV/AIDS and personality disorders. I have worked intensively and extensively with those struggling with (and recovering from) all forms of addictive disorders: alcohol/drugs, sexual compulsivity, eating disorders, gambling. In addition, I am strongly experienced in and sensitive to issues of loss, trauma, identity, illness and sexuality and work well with those whose personality-states disrupt their strivings for authentic intimacy.
African-American
(718) 748-7484
New York, New York 10001
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African-American Therapists
If you're looking for African American therapy in New York or for a New York African American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to African American cultural issues. They include African American therapists, African American psychologists, African American marriage counselors and African American counselors. Sometimes we refer to them as black therapists in New York or New York black psychologists, black marriage counselors or black counselors in New York. They provide African American counseling in New York or black counseling in New York and are sensitive to black couples and black marriages in New York.

Note: This term is sometimes spelled as 'African-American'.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in New York have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in New York you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in New York and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in New York or family therapy in New York.