Psychologist, MSEd, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Many people find themselves acting against their own better judgment and best interests without really knowing why. Often, this leads to problems like relationship issues, anxiety, depression, low self-confidence, anger, substance abuse, poor self-care or avoidance. The focus of my practice is to help you know yourself better - your thoughts, feelings and behavior - so you can make choices that will improve the quality of your life. I will work collaboratively with you to help you discover why you might not be reaching goals you've set for yourself and together, we will develop a plan to overcome whatever roadblocks we find."
(267) 843-4912
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"Many people find themselves acting against their own better judgment and best interests without really knowing why. Often, this leads to problems like relationship issues, anxiety, depression, low self-confidence, anger, substance abuse, poor self-care or avoidance. The focus of my practice is to help you know yourself better - your thoughts, feelings and behavior - so you can make choices that will improve the quality of your life. I will work collaboratively with you to help you discover why you might not be reaching goals you've set for yourself and together, we will develop a plan to overcome whatever roadblocks we find."
Patrick Meade, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, MBA
Verified by Psychology Today
"My therapeutic focus is on helping people being challenged by stress, anxiety, traumatic events, loss or grief, relationship issues, sexual difficulties, career problems, addictions and compulsions, and who are seeking to find and develop creativity and meaning in their lives. I work with a diverse range of individuals and couples and have a particular expertise in working with people in transitions. I am trained in the use of cognitive behavioral therapy techniques for the treatment of PTSD, anxiety and stress. I understand the many issues in dealing with international and cross-cultural relationships."
(917) 688-4361
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"My therapeutic focus is on helping people being challenged by stress, anxiety, traumatic events, loss or grief, relationship issues, sexual difficulties, career problems, addictions and compulsions, and who are seeking to find and develop creativity and meaning in their lives. I work with a diverse range of individuals and couples and have a particular expertise in working with people in transitions. I am trained in the use of cognitive behavioral therapy techniques for the treatment of PTSD, anxiety and stress. I understand the many issues in dealing with international and cross-cultural relationships."
Shelly White, Psychotherapist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hello, I am welcoming new clients at this time and I understand the courage and effort it takes to reach out for support. I am so glad you have taken this step and I look forward to the opportunity to work with you on this journey toward a better quality of life. My style is thoughtful, caring and gently challenging."
(646) 760-8821
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"Hello, I am welcoming new clients at this time and I understand the courage and effort it takes to reach out for support. I am so glad you have taken this step and I look forward to the opportunity to work with you on this journey toward a better quality of life. My style is thoughtful, caring and gently challenging."
Deborah Giordano, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
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"I am a NYS licensed psychologist with over a decade of experience working in the field of mental health. I have extensive experience working with college students, young adults and the LGBTQ population. I have expertise in a wide range of difficulties, such as anxiety, depression, stress, relationship concerns, life transitions, grief/loss, women's issues and infertility. While I consider myself a generalist, I also hold a specialization in Clinical Health Psychology."
(917) 613-6644
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"I am a NYS licensed psychologist with over a decade of experience working in the field of mental health. I have extensive experience working with college students, young adults and the LGBTQ population. I have expertise in a wide range of difficulties, such as anxiety, depression, stress, relationship concerns, life transitions, grief/loss, women's issues and infertility. While I consider myself a generalist, I also hold a specialization in Clinical Health Psychology."
Bette Jean Rosenhagen Psychotherapy And Hypnosis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DAHB
Verified by Psychology Today
"Imagine yourself feeling calmer, confident and more comfortable in your life. I have over 30 years of experience in helping clients lessen their anxiety, cope with stress and challenge negative beliefs and old habits. My expertise includes working with adults in all different stages of life who may be experiencing anxiety, stress, grief/loss, low self-esteem, acute and chronic illness and family and relationship issues. "
(844) 466-5941 x188
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"Imagine yourself feeling calmer, confident and more comfortable in your life. I have over 30 years of experience in helping clients lessen their anxiety, cope with stress and challenge negative beliefs and old habits. My expertise includes working with adults in all different stages of life who may be experiencing anxiety, stress, grief/loss, low self-esteem, acute and chronic illness and family and relationship issues. "
Lisa Elhyani, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life can be overwhelming, anxiety provoking and demanding. I understand the challenges that are coupled with being an adult, parent, and in a relationship. My approach is interactive; I am committed to helping individuals improve their quality of life and becoming the best versions of themselves. Through a collaborative psychotherapeutic process, I will help you learn concrete ways to improve your mental health and achieve happiness. I have worked with individuals, families and groups for over seven years to help them achieve their full potential. "
(646) 859-1264
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"Life can be overwhelming, anxiety provoking and demanding. I understand the challenges that are coupled with being an adult, parent, and in a relationship. My approach is interactive; I am committed to helping individuals improve their quality of life and becoming the best versions of themselves. Through a collaborative psychotherapeutic process, I will help you learn concrete ways to improve your mental health and achieve happiness. I have worked with individuals, families and groups for over seven years to help them achieve their full potential. "
Michael J Brayman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"It is a big step to acknowledge that something is missing, something is wrong - the hurt you feel is undeniable. You are trying your best to change, to do things differently, but somehow, the same mistakes unfold – and the change you want once again slips through your fingers. You suffer, silently, living with familiar pain that is on repeat. "
(517) 797-3098
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"It is a big step to acknowledge that something is missing, something is wrong - the hurt you feel is undeniable. You are trying your best to change, to do things differently, but somehow, the same mistakes unfold – and the change you want once again slips through your fingers. You suffer, silently, living with familiar pain that is on repeat. "
K.C. Maloney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that therapy should be client-centered and rooted in a biopsychosocial understanding of an individual, including that individual’s culture and identities. To achieve this, I integrate techniques from evidence-based treatments such as Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavioral therapies, as well as Motivational Interviewing techniques, to assist clients in reaching their self-identified goals. I work with clients to establish a strong therapeutic relationship that is validating, supportive, and nonjudgmental. "
(646) 798-6913
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"I believe that therapy should be client-centered and rooted in a biopsychosocial understanding of an individual, including that individual’s culture and identities. To achieve this, I integrate techniques from evidence-based treatments such as Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavioral therapies, as well as Motivational Interviewing techniques, to assist clients in reaching their self-identified goals. I work with clients to establish a strong therapeutic relationship that is validating, supportive, and nonjudgmental. "
Ben Velez,
MS, LMFT
"As a firm believer in a mind-body-spirit approach to psychological health, I incorporate a long history of multi-disciplinary spiritual practice and investigation with my graduate training in relationship / family therapy into a holistic perspective that utilizes transitions and crises as opportunities to deepen insight and life skills that better navigate and manage them. In terms of couples work, I help with communications, developing conflict resolution strategies, healing from infidelities, addiction/codependency, and other sexual issues by examining your familial/relational histories and teaching a variety of guideposts to help you be your best selves, together and individually."
(347) 763-7863
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"As a firm believer in a mind-body-spirit approach to psychological health, I incorporate a long history of multi-disciplinary spiritual practice and investigation with my graduate training in relationship / family therapy into a holistic perspective that utilizes transitions and crises as opportunities to deepen insight and life skills that better navigate and manage them. In terms of couples work, I help with communications, developing conflict resolution strategies, healing from infidelities, addiction/codependency, and other sexual issues by examining your familial/relational histories and teaching a variety of guideposts to help you be your best selves, together and individually."
Irving Slesar, Counselor
Counselor, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach is comprehensive and integrates the tools offered by my clinical training in psychology, Jungian dream analysis as well as my knowledge of spiritual disciplines. Experience has taught me that each of us possess an inner intelligence that supports our efforts toward living a meaningful and productive life. As a therapist, I consider it my role to evoke and nurture this positive resource. I have found that my emphasis on supporting what is right in us produces better results than a narrow focus on what is wrong. I have learned to listen to the whole person."
(646) 583-0229
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"My approach is comprehensive and integrates the tools offered by my clinical training in psychology, Jungian dream analysis as well as my knowledge of spiritual disciplines. Experience has taught me that each of us possess an inner intelligence that supports our efforts toward living a meaningful and productive life. As a therapist, I consider it my role to evoke and nurture this positive resource. I have found that my emphasis on supporting what is right in us produces better results than a narrow focus on what is wrong. I have learned to listen to the whole person."
Tara Lombardo, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Coming to therapy takes a lot of courage, and it also probably means you have been doing your best to address your personal issues for some time now. I work from the vantage point that growth is always possible no matter how dire or stuck you may feel. In my practice, I use an eclectic therapeutic approach that stresses reflection, support, validation, collaboration, and aims to foster the insights and behaviors needed for change."
(347) 846-0173
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"Coming to therapy takes a lot of courage, and it also probably means you have been doing your best to address your personal issues for some time now. I work from the vantage point that growth is always possible no matter how dire or stuck you may feel. In my practice, I use an eclectic therapeutic approach that stresses reflection, support, validation, collaboration, and aims to foster the insights and behaviors needed for change."
Mike Beck, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"In order for therapy to work, you first have to feel completely safe and understood. With that in mind, I approach my practice with empathy and a sense of humor, always aiming to foster a warm, non-judgmental connection from which real introspection and growth can begin.  Becoming acquainted with your innermost emotions and drives, truly looking inward and starting to connect the dots between past experiences and current life patterns is very hard work. I will help by giving you a space comfortable enough for experimentation, yet challenging enough to bring about real change. "
(347) 727-1096
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"In order for therapy to work, you first have to feel completely safe and understood. With that in mind, I approach my practice with empathy and a sense of humor, always aiming to foster a warm, non-judgmental connection from which real introspection and growth can begin.  Becoming acquainted with your innermost emotions and drives, truly looking inward and starting to connect the dots between past experiences and current life patterns is very hard work. I will help by giving you a space comfortable enough for experimentation, yet challenging enough to bring about real change. "
Juan Williams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, L, C, S, W
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy can be a uncomfortable and unfamiliar process. These are natural feelings and are perfectly normal to have when contemplating therapy. Building the courage to seek emotional support for yourself and/or family members is a courageous step and as a clinician, I commend you for taking that first step! In practice, I am seen as an experienced, personable and relatable therapist who can support and normalize experiences around a multitude of challenges including relationships dynamics, family conflicts, LGBTQ, gender identity and Trans attractions, depression, anxiety and issues concerning race relations. "
(917) 997-1247
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"Therapy can be a uncomfortable and unfamiliar process. These are natural feelings and are perfectly normal to have when contemplating therapy. Building the courage to seek emotional support for yourself and/or family members is a courageous step and as a clinician, I commend you for taking that first step! In practice, I am seen as an experienced, personable and relatable therapist who can support and normalize experiences around a multitude of challenges including relationships dynamics, family conflicts, LGBTQ, gender identity and Trans attractions, depression, anxiety and issues concerning race relations. "
Zoya Simakhodskaya, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe everyone deserves to know who they are, to love who they are with, and to find fulfillment in what they do. I will no doubt challenge you in achieving this goal, but will also provide empathy and encouragement. My clients count on my thoughtfulness and sense of humor. Do you look at your life and wonder, "Why am I unhappy? I have a job, good home, friends, a partner. What is missing? Is this as good as it gets?" Are you feeling stuck and unhappy in your relationship?"
(917) 791-1127
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"I believe everyone deserves to know who they are, to love who they are with, and to find fulfillment in what they do. I will no doubt challenge you in achieving this goal, but will also provide empathy and encouragement. My clients count on my thoughtfulness and sense of humor. Do you look at your life and wonder, "Why am I unhappy? I have a job, good home, friends, a partner. What is missing? Is this as good as it gets?" Are you feeling stuck and unhappy in your relationship?"
Rachel Bean, Licensed Psychoanalyst
Licensed Psychoanalyst, MA, LP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Some catalysts for seeking therapy are a recent loss, an old trauma, a new transition, feeling "stuck," a conflict at work or in relationships, a sense of loneliness, or maybe it's a vague sense of unease or a fear of "going crazy." I can help you manage and recover from such times of stress and suffering. My work with you will involve resolving such crises and developing tools to help you deal life's challenges; it will also lead you to a greater curiosity about yourself and capacity for change."
(646) 798-5208
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"Some catalysts for seeking therapy are a recent loss, an old trauma, a new transition, feeling "stuck," a conflict at work or in relationships, a sense of loneliness, or maybe it's a vague sense of unease or a fear of "going crazy." I can help you manage and recover from such times of stress and suffering. My work with you will involve resolving such crises and developing tools to help you deal life's challenges; it will also lead you to a greater curiosity about yourself and capacity for change."
Yi Wang, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, MEd
Verified by Psychology Today
"If we think alike, we would agree that a good life is a life in which we are able to work, to love, and to play. However, in reality, many situations become barriers and prevent us from enjoying life. At times, we might even feel we can't breathe. As a devoted therapist, I will work together with you to remove these barriers -- whatever the cause might be: career stress, rocky relationships, identity confusion, past trauma... You need not face your problems alone. Over years, I have witnessed changes happening, wounds healed, trust rebuilt, and fear given way to courage."
(917) 746-5087
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"If we think alike, we would agree that a good life is a life in which we are able to work, to love, and to play. However, in reality, many situations become barriers and prevent us from enjoying life. At times, we might even feel we can't breathe. As a devoted therapist, I will work together with you to remove these barriers -- whatever the cause might be: career stress, rocky relationships, identity confusion, past trauma... You need not face your problems alone. Over years, I have witnessed changes happening, wounds healed, trust rebuilt, and fear given way to courage."
Gary M Meier, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, LBSW, MEd
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor I offer professional counseling, support, direction, and guidance to individuals by assisting them in successfully solving complex social problems. I believe the best results to counseling integrates all aspects of the human person (body, mind and spirit) in order to promote the psychological, social, behavioral and spiritual wellness of individuals. My specialized interest include LGBT issues, Spiritual Counseling and Addiction issues."
(646) 402-6803
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"As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor I offer professional counseling, support, direction, and guidance to individuals by assisting them in successfully solving complex social problems. I believe the best results to counseling integrates all aspects of the human person (body, mind and spirit) in order to promote the psychological, social, behavioral and spiritual wellness of individuals. My specialized interest include LGBT issues, Spiritual Counseling and Addiction issues."
Erin McCarron, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work from some beliefs: people are doing the best they can at any given time; you are the expert of your life, not me; patterns are learned & can be unlearned; you already possess the inner wisdom you need. My job is to help you access that wisdom to make the changes you desire; even behaviors that don't serve us almost always have a positive intention behind them and have arisen in response to previous life events. My goals are to help you better understand your feelings/thoughts, find ways of coping, as well as help you feel more like your authentic self."
(347) 960-4259
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"I work from some beliefs: people are doing the best they can at any given time; you are the expert of your life, not me; patterns are learned & can be unlearned; you already possess the inner wisdom you need. My job is to help you access that wisdom to make the changes you desire; even behaviors that don't serve us almost always have a positive intention behind them and have arisen in response to previous life events. My goals are to help you better understand your feelings/thoughts, find ways of coping, as well as help you feel more like your authentic self."
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"• I am an experienced clinical psychologist with a background in the arts. I partner with my clients in a sensitive and empathic way, to help them focus and work through impasses in their social and professional lives. Together we try to understand issues that have held them back in the past as well as in the here and now. In a flexible and manner we work on making better choices, changing unsuccessful adjustment patterns and developing innate gifts in a creative way. My goals are to enhance quality of life in the social as well as professional spheres."
(646) 699-4357
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"• I am an experienced clinical psychologist with a background in the arts. I partner with my clients in a sensitive and empathic way, to help them focus and work through impasses in their social and professional lives. Together we try to understand issues that have held them back in the past as well as in the here and now. In a flexible and manner we work on making better choices, changing unsuccessful adjustment patterns and developing innate gifts in a creative way. My goals are to enhance quality of life in the social as well as professional spheres."
Natasha Stovall, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I'm an adult, adolescent and child psychologist with a wide range of experience helping people work through life's difficulties. I specialize in humor, warmth and empathy using psychodynamic, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) techniques. Whether it's anxiety, depression, ADHD, sexuality, relationships, or grief and trauma, I use an engaging and direct approach to clarify problems, minimize negative patterns, and ease painful symptoms and situations. A core part of my work is helping people strengthen their capacities for healthy self-reflection and coping, so that their problematic patterns diminish and their creative growth blossoms."
(347) 658-5656
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"I'm an adult, adolescent and child psychologist with a wide range of experience helping people work through life's difficulties. I specialize in humor, warmth and empathy using psychodynamic, mindfulness, cognitive behavioral (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) techniques. Whether it's anxiety, depression, ADHD, sexuality, relationships, or grief and trauma, I use an engaging and direct approach to clarify problems, minimize negative patterns, and ease painful symptoms and situations. A core part of my work is helping people strengthen their capacities for healthy self-reflection and coping, so that their problematic patterns diminish and their creative growth blossoms."

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