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Domestic Abuse Therapists in New York

Bernardo Villafaņe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Over the years, I have been fortunate to develop my practice to work with a wide range of issues and individuals of all backgrounds and ages (including adolescents). Some of these issues include help in dealing with inappropriate anger/rage, domestic violence, couples, crisis intervention,and adjustment to life changing events. In addition and in particular I work with the "traditional" man, who, due to social or ethnic conditioning, is reluctant to enter into therapy. My goal is help my clients identify the many different "parts" which we all have, in order to better understand how they "hi-jack" you into actions which cause pain and grief.
Domestic Abuse
(646) 583-3992
Hosts group in:
New York, New York 10001
Elaine Green, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“You may have tried talking to your family and friends and it's a good place to start. However, sometimes they can't maintain distance. Our working together can help you identify major conflicts from the past that is occurring in the present, increase understanding of beliefs that produce worry and anxiety, define how you want your life to be different, and the steps that will reach the goals. My training is in psychodynamics and psychoanalysis which gives me a wide range of theoretical approaches that I tailor to the specific need of the client.
Domestic Abuse
(646) 797-3392
New York, New York 10003
Becca Wolfson,   in New York
“I believe the core of psychotherapy is making peace with the whole self while that can seem overwhelming, even impossible, but I trust whatever our life circumstances; our grief, pain, addiction, and abuse; we can still experience a sense of peace within. As we find that quality of acceptance, everything else becomes much much easier. The process of therapy creates a space where we transform all of our experiences, the good and bad, even the darkest moments into meaningful experiences, through seeking to understand and accept your life exactly as it is right now. Then we change.
Domestic Abuse
(347) 983-9520
Office is near:
New York, New York 10002
Glenn Richard Campbell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, ACSW
“I am a supportive, caring and effective psychotherapist with 25 years of experience treating individuals and couples in private practice and psychiatric hospital settings. Medicare and insurance are accepted. I offer short and longer term cognitive, behavioral, humanistic and psychodynamic approaches based on an individual or a couple's needs. I have extensive experience in working with people suffering from anxiety, depression, trauma from sexual abuse, grief, loss, relationship difficulties and substance abuse.
Domestic Abuse
(646) 386-2269
New York, New York 10001
Jean Lehrman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PsyA
“If you're uncomfortable with therapists who only nod and ask questions, you'll like working with me. I engage in a dialogue with you, and use what happens between us to understand how you are in the the world. We'll do some work understanding your history, but only to understand your present, uncovering patterns of relating that repeat themselves. Once we understand, together we can help you change. Ultimately, you'll develop more compassion for yourself and others, and a sense of ease.
Domestic Abuse
(917) 791-2152
New York, New York 10003
Linda J Arkin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a psychotherapist in private practice for over twenty years. I see patients and supervisees at my Upper West Side and midtown offices in Manhattan. I treat families, adolescents and adults, especially those seeking help with depression, eating problems, anxiety, relationship problems, low self esteem, LGBTQ issues, career decisions and feelings of isolation. I supervise other psychotherapists in a collaborative and supportive environment, with an emphasis on independent and creative thinking. I use varied approaches in my practice, such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to treat trauma victims and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples.
Domestic Abuse
(646) 600-9198
New York, New York 10019
Damon Wadsworth,   in New York
“My work with clients is a mutual search for the key problems that have them stuck. It may be problems which began in childhood. Or there may be twists and turns in their teen or adult years that have yielded concerns about themselves, others, or life itself which have become major stumbling blocks. We work together in an interactive, respectful, and individualized process to get to the bottom of it all, resolve the problems, and allow the person to get on with a better life. I look forward to the journey with each person who seeks my help.
Domestic Abuse
(646) 386-2131
New York, New York 10011
Janet A Geller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“When people are in emotional pain, they usually try to "fix it" themselves. Making the decision to see a therapist often occurs when they have run out of options. I believe that seeking professional help is an action of hope. I can listen to people's pain because of my profound belief that therapy offers a second chance for a more satisfying life. Through the process of therapy, I can offer a more satisfying life to people who are experiencing relationship issues, depression, anxiety, unhappiness with their lives and couples who are having difficulty in their relationships.
Domestic Abuse
(917) 746-1985
New York, New York 10010
“Marriage and Family Therapists are relationship specialists, a distinguishing feature that leads to regarding the entire family as a unit of treatment and emphasizes such factors as relationships and communication patterns rather than traits or symptoms in individual members. In family systems, the family is viewed as a living organism that is more than the sum of its individual members. All family members are evaluated in terms of their position or role within the system. Problems are treated by changing the way the system works rather than trying to 'fix' a specific member.
Domestic Abuse
(718) 231-2700
Office is near:
New York, New York 10016
“Although my original training was psychoanalytic, I have incorporated many other modalities into my work. I see individual adults, adolescents, and couples. I especially work with issues of depression, anxiety, and trauma with heterosexual, homosexual, and bisexual individuals and couples.
Domestic Abuse
(973) 797-9246
New York, New York 10014
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My focus in working with a client is to stay in the present in order that they may identify their feelings and experiences. Given that information they are able to utilize their new found awareness in their every day lives.
Domestic Abuse
(646) 651-4250
New York, New York 10019
Barbara Willensky, Psychologist  in New York
“I am a well trained and experienced psychologist, practicing psychotherapy and psychoanalysis in New York City. I conduct short and medium term psychotherapy with individuals and couples. Relationship issues, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, career conflicts, family difficulties and general desire to experience greater satisfaction and peace in life are the most frequent reasons clients seek therapy. Prior to advanced training as a Psychologist, I worked in business as an Executive Search Consultant. This experience has enabled me to understand nuances of work and career conflict in a uniquely sensitive manner. Feel free to email (preferred) or call to arrange a first appointment.
Domestic Abuse
(646) 386-2309
New York, New York 10010
Tivona Biegen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I maintain a psychotherapy practice seeing both adults as well as children/adolescents. I have particular interest in working with those who are inclined to self-reflection and who have creative and artistic leanings.
Domestic Abuse
(646) 392-7085
New York, New York 10065
Christopher L Smith, Counselor  in New York
“Seeking Shalom and Christopher are available when there is something going on in your life that takes away from your peace and wholeness. Together we can look at things and work to see what is going on in your life and address them so that you can experience the shalom that results from restoring your relationships with yourself, with the people in your life and with your spiritual journey. Wholeness and peace is possible in your life - are you willing to seek it? Christopher looks forward to meeting with you as you take a step on your journey seeking shalom.
Domestic Abuse
(212) 655-9605
New York, New York 10016
Alexandra Caminiti, Art Therapist  in New York
“Do you struggle expressing what you feel with words? Want more than just traditional talk counseling? Feeling stuck, frustrated, or depressed? As an art psychotherapist we will use talk therapy along with creative arts methods to help you feel better. Your innate creativity can ease the process of talking about what changes you'd like to happen in your life. We can incorporate art in the psychotherapy process as much or as little as you need. I will help you express yourself so you can see things through a clearer lens in order to achieve your goals.
Domestic Abuse
New York, New York 10003
Justin Jones, Psychologist  in New York
“Earning graduate degrees from Columbia and Yale Universities, I am a clinical psychologist, licensed in both the states of New York and Massachusetts, who is trained in psychoanalytic,dialectical behavioral, and humanistic/spiritual treatment modalities. With offices in the West Village of Manhattan and in Edgartown on Martha's Vineyard, I work with adults, children and adolescents with a variety of difficulties, including problems related to anxiety; mood, such as depression and poor self-esteem; interpersonal conflicts; career transitions; issues of professional identity; feelings of ineffectiveness and failures of performance in work and school; marital conflicts; and, difficulties with intimacy in romantic relationships.
Domestic Abuse
(917) 568-1390
New York, New York 10014
Jessica K. Slatus, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“There are few things in life that we are able to do without the help of another person. Emotional pain can feel insurmountable when you are struggling with it on your own. You do not have to be alone with these overwhelming feelings. I am a licensed clinical social worker and have experience working with adults, adolescents, children and families. I have a particular interest in working with adults and adolescents struggling with eating disorders, self-image, anxiety, mood disorders, abuse and/or relational problems. I also work with children and families around issues of trauma, school problems, and communication difficulties.
Domestic Abuse
(646) 600-8037
New York, New York 10011
Luis H Ripoll, Psychiatrist  in New York
“I am a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst-in-formation, affiliated with Icahn School of Medicine and New York Psychoanalytic Institute. I treat people who feel stuck, either because of paralyzing anxiety, depression, or some other inexplicable emotional symptom. Others feel stuck in a particular way of relating to others, a specific view of themselves, compelling or distressing fantasies, or due to past traumatic experiences. I aim to provide individualized treatment, focusing on psychoanalytic or cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy to target a variety of difficulties in managing emotions, identity, and interpersonal functioning. When necessary, I also prescribe medication to optimize treatment.
Domestic Abuse
(917) 267-0731
New York, New York 10016
Kathleen Maher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“I believe people can grow immensely with the right help. I provide an empathetic, non-judgmental space for you to explore and express yourself. I can help you figure out the barriers and "blind spots" which can reduce suffering and increase fulfillment. I work actively with you to uncover the part of you that has been difficult to grow and encourage you to question your own behaviors and thoughts.
Domestic Abuse
(917) 809-5913
New York, New York 10003
Dennis N Math, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in New York
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DD, LMSW
“I specialize in issues of aging, living with disappointment, and uncertainly. I am an ordained rabbi, and served a congregation in New York City for twenty five years. I recently acquired my Masters of Social Work degree and I am licensed by the New York State. I recently continued by education and received a certificate in psychoanalysis. I am very interested in helping people who desire support in existential issues of growing older and how it feels to face mortality. Many wrestle with such questions as "What has my life been about?" I offer emotional support with a spiritual focus.
Domestic Abuse
(917) 740-1916
New York, New York 10011
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If you're looking for help with domestic abuse in New York or for New York domestic abuse counseling, these Therapists provide confidential support for spousal abuse or for individuals and couples in an abusive relationship. They include domestic abuse Therapists, domestic abuse psychologists and domestic abuse counselors. A Therapist can help with child abuse in New York, emotional abuse, passive aggressive behavior, sexual abuse and domestic violence in New York. A Therapist can identify the signs and causes of New York domestic abuse, discuss intervention and refer victims to domestic abuse shelters.

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