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"Many of the causes of human suffering stem from an inability to manage our reactions to both everyday and unique life stressors. I train people with problems related to over-arousal (anxiety, ASD, ADHD, obsessiveness, anger/rage, some types of addictions) and with under-arousal (depression, ADD, addiction to stimulants). I help clients to gain greater levels of control over their nervous systems so that they can transform life's challenges into opportunities to gain greater mastery over their behavior and their world. I specialize in helping people that are not benefiting sufficiently from other types of therapy."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
"I offer an opportunity for you to explore what is troubling, and am sensitive to needs for safety and trust. Feelings can often be confusing, symptoms, such as depression and anxiety, can sometimes be overwhelming - I will help you gain understanding and clarity so you feel that you can impact the areas of your life in need of adjustment. I believe it is possible to have a sense of meaning in your life, your work, and your relationships, despite past traumas or experiences, and will work diligently with you to find this."
"I strive to genuinely understand your experiences-we will work together to make sense and meaning out of your experiences and identify persistent, uncomfortable emotions which may hinder your ability to live a full and effective life, in the here and now. By examining experiences and arriving at a sense of "making sense," you are able to have a keener awareness of your needs and purpose in life. My work is based on relationship, respect, and collaboration, and I look forward to working with you in an environment which is safe and accepting."
"I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in private practice. In 2011, I received a Master's degree in Art Therapy and Counseling from the College of New Rochelle. I am currently working towards becoming a Registered Art Therapist (ATR). Early in my career I facilitated groups and individual sessions in an inpatient psychiatric hospital for adults who have experience trauma and co-faciliated bereavement groups for children and adolescents. Since becoming a licensed counselor, I have worked as a Home and Community Treatment Clinician and a Clinical Director at a private school for children with developmental disabilities."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
"People who are striving to make and sustain positive change in their lives by exploring different perspectives have benefitted from working with me. Developing awareness and compassion to fully embrace the present moment are foundations of my therapeutic approach. I am particularly interested in working with people dealing with relationship issues, grief, self-esteem, trauma and parents of children with special needs. I believe that every person has the capacity to develop greater mindfulness and move toward increasing balance in their life.I am committed to assist people on this journey."
"I specialize in working with grief, loss and trauma. I have extensive experience in working with depression, anxiety, chronic pain, terminal and chronic illness, sexual abuse,and interpersonal neurobiology as it relates to trauma."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CT
"I have specialized in grief, loss, and transition since changes in our own family. I have worked with many families and individuals struggling to adapt to a very changed and sometimes frightening world. We have worked to identify their strengths, their supports, and to find a way forward. It is always an honor to enter someone's life and witness them find new meaning, purpose, and understanding of themselves and those around them."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
"I specialize in helping couples create and maintain positive loving relationships; By learning to communicate effectively, reduce negativity, manage conflict and increase emotional closeness. In over 15 years I have helped hundreds of couples and individuals successfully move through difficult symptoms and challenges, to find deeper meaning and greatly improve their connections with others. I work with each couple's unique situation, integrating techniques from Leaders in the field including; Gottman Couples Therapy- based on 40 years of research, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy and Crucible Therapy. I have completed level 3 of The Gottman Couples Therapy Training Program (2012)."
"Everyone has a right to peace of mind. I practice Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), a kind of therapy that is typically brief, focussed on issues in the present, with demonstrated success backed by years of psychological research. My approach to therapy is collaborative, supportive and accepting. I don't like to spend too much time on the past because we cannot change it. We can and do work toward a healthier future and freedom from needless anxieties, depression, and chronic illness. My clients find a safe place to work in my comfortable office and most experience CBT as life altering."
Psychiatric Nurse, MA, APRN, BC
"Experienced therapist providing a safe place, a container for adolescents, adults and tweens to focus on their own needs, goals and concerns; a listening ear and a thoughtful voice to promote wholeness, wellness and healing. For persons seeking wellness of mind, spirit and body, I am happy to provide a holistic approach through relational Jungian psychotherapy using talk, dreams, art, sand play, story telling, while supporting each individual in their approach to psychological, physical and spiritual wellness. People come for many reasons, all are approached individually with care and concern."
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LCPC
"I am a compassionate, caring clinician with over three decades of experience in helping people to get unstuck and no longer hurt. I like the work I do and I am good at it. Working with individuals, couples or families, I see my role as creating a safe space to express feelings, explore life paths, heal and enhance relationships and help people achieve their maximum human potential. Frequently addressed issues in therapy include coping with stress, anxiety and depression, recovery from recent or past personal traumas, dealing with bereavements and plain learning how to achieve meaning and happiness in life."
"My counseling practice utilizes a variety of approaches based on the unique and individual needs of each client. I use a strengths-based approach and work with the client to help them identify the goals they have for themselves."
"It is truly an honor to work collaboratively with clients in uncovering old beliefs and patterns of behavior AND discovering NEW truths, new directions, and new strengths. My style is genuine. I care. I roll-up my sleeves and work with you..listening, understanding, guiding, motivating, supporting. I start with a "genogram", an experiential technique, to illuminate yourself within your family system. Internal Family Systems and psychodynamic models guide us as we set goals and define effective strategies to address areas of concern. It is a dynamic, exciting process!"
"I have over 15 years experience as a therapist working with individuals, couples and families. Since 2006, I have been using Richard Schwartz' Internal Family Systems model. This approach enables clients to get to know and understand themselves in a new way that increases compassion, curiosity and connectedness. This approach also enables clients to heal the parts of themselves who get hurt by their partners and to speak effectively to their own parts' concerns. I have found that this can create the safe atmosphere in which their loving, playful and creative parts can become more present."
"Are you ready to move beyond "the relief of symptoms" and "self improvement"? Is there a desire for a new way of life that contributes and has purpose? Are you a manager or leader? During the initial assessment we clarify areas of desired change and untapped potential and identify next steps both personally and professionally. The alignment of physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual dimensions of self invites the experience of deeper clarity of intention, increased awareness and readiness for focused action. Ideal clients are those interested in professional supervision and mentoring with a desire to impact individual & cultural transition & transformation."
"Hi, I have over 30 years of experience treating people for depression, anxiety,post-traumatic stress disorder, woman's issues, psychological problems associated with chronic illness and pain, psychosomatic disorders ("it's all in your head"), stress reduction, life crisis, couples counseling, and general counseling."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
"I have worked with individuals of all ages, primarily women in transition. I provide authentic, compassionate response to personal truth, and help people make positive changes in their lives."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
"Jarica has worked with children ages 5-19 and their families in both a school and intensive home-based setting. Jarica believes that the best progress is made for clients when they, along with their support system, are able to come together and work collaboratively towards wellness. Jarica prefers to involve families, caregivers, school communities and community providers in treatment as is appropriate. Jarica offers flexible scheduling and home visits with some insurances. Jarica has worked with adult clients in a partial hospitalization environment and is in the process of expanding her practice to begin working more with adults."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
"Dynamic Individual Therapy, is a Body-Centered approach for adults that allows access to core issues for increased energy and aliveness. His approach is empathic, active and result oriented: Mindfulness is the context for making deep contact with issues allowing new movement and freedom of expression. The mind-body and emotions are integrated in this therapy, to bring greater levels of functioning into client's lives. He brings a multimodal approach working actively to meet each person where they are to help them maximize their potential. This approach is excellent for treating anxiety, depression, anger issues, trauma and grief/loss."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
"Looking for a therapist can be a bit daunting. It can be difficult to know who would be a good fit. I work with adults 18 and over, and couples. I have over twenty years experience in private practice. If you are experiencing feelings of depression, anxiety, panic, relationship issues, or just a general dissatisfaction with life, it can be very helpful to work with someone to get back to feeling good again, or perhaps to feel good for the first time."