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"I am a Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice for over twenty-five years. I specialize in working with couples utilizing a psychoanalytic perspective. Additionally, I work with individuals and groups. Persons struggling with painful feelings such as anxiety, sadness, loss or depression, can be greatly helped by facing what are often experienced as insurmountable obstacles in a safe and secure therapeutic environment."
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"I am a Marriage and Family Therapist in private practice for over twenty-five years. I specialize in working with couples utilizing a psychoanalytic perspective. Additionally, I work with individuals and groups. Persons struggling with painful feelings such as anxiety, sadness, loss or depression, can be greatly helped by facing what are often experienced as insurmountable obstacles in a safe and secure therapeutic environment."
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"I believe in the power of a strong therapeutic relationship as the basis for deep and lasting change. We start by understanding your internal belief system (created long ago) and work our way to the present where change and healing is possible. With compassion and self-acceptance you can create a life of increased freedom and authenticity."
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"I believe in the power of a strong therapeutic relationship as the basis for deep and lasting change. We start by understanding your internal belief system (created long ago) and work our way to the present where change and healing is possible. With compassion and self-acceptance you can create a life of increased freedom and authenticity."
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"I operate from a holistic, integrative approach to counseling, creating collaborative and personalized treatment to meet the specific needs and goals of the individual client or couple. I view psychotherapy as a relational learning experience; one that facilitates emotional and behavioral growth and supports a deep, connected relationship between therapist and client. I strive to help my clients to develop coping skills and realize their resilience in order to achieve their desired goals in therapy."
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"I operate from a holistic, integrative approach to counseling, creating collaborative and personalized treatment to meet the specific needs and goals of the individual client or couple. I view psychotherapy as a relational learning experience; one that facilitates emotional and behavioral growth and supports a deep, connected relationship between therapist and client. I strive to help my clients to develop coping skills and realize their resilience in order to achieve their desired goals in therapy."
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"Expansive Therapy is a bicoastal psychotherapy practice with locations in New York City and San Francisco. Due to the Coronavirus, we are currently offering remote teletherapy sessions for residents of New York and California and we have immediately availability. We have a diverse team of therapists offering a wide variety of modalities and specialties, and we match you with the therapist who best meets your needs. Our website is expansivetherapy.com and you can reach our office manager Drew at info@expansivetherapy.com. We have immediate availability in both locations."
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"Expansive Therapy is a bicoastal psychotherapy practice with locations in New York City and San Francisco. Due to the Coronavirus, we are currently offering remote teletherapy sessions for residents of New York and California and we have immediately availability. We have a diverse team of therapists offering a wide variety of modalities and specialties, and we match you with the therapist who best meets your needs. Our website is expansivetherapy.com and you can reach our office manager Drew at info@expansivetherapy.com. We have immediate availability in both locations."
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"Whether you're trying therapy for the first time, resuming treatment, or looking for a better fit, you are making healthful steps to taking care of yourself. It may be that you want to alleviate your depressed mood, increase your self-esteem, reduce your anxiety, understand yourself and needs better, or learn how to have healthy relationships. You may also have past unresolved issues or are hard on yourself. I will approach you with warmth, empathy, and a nonjudgmental stance in understanding your current distress and will work with you in identifying your personal growth goals."
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"Whether you're trying therapy for the first time, resuming treatment, or looking for a better fit, you are making healthful steps to taking care of yourself. It may be that you want to alleviate your depressed mood, increase your self-esteem, reduce your anxiety, understand yourself and needs better, or learn how to have healthy relationships. You may also have past unresolved issues or are hard on yourself. I will approach you with warmth, empathy, and a nonjudgmental stance in understanding your current distress and will work with you in identifying your personal growth goals."
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Psychologist, PhD
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"If you are concerned or curious about changes in your thinking, we can work together to determine what might be happening. If you're experiencing problems associated with: head trauma, or problems with thinking that might be associated with aging, neurological illness or stroke, I can help you build on your strengths to compensate for difficulties you are having."
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"If you are concerned or curious about changes in your thinking, we can work together to determine what might be happening. If you're experiencing problems associated with: head trauma, or problems with thinking that might be associated with aging, neurological illness or stroke, I can help you build on your strengths to compensate for difficulties you are having."
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"I work with my clients to focus on the areas in their lives that feel unbalanced or are not working well, so that they can live life with more self-awareness, clarity and confidence. The goal is to better manage work and school stress; improve relationships; find relief from anxiety and depression; overcome eating issues and other self-destructive ways, and unblock creativity, in a therapeutic environment that is warm and supportive."
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"I work with my clients to focus on the areas in their lives that feel unbalanced or are not working well, so that they can live life with more self-awareness, clarity and confidence. The goal is to better manage work and school stress; improve relationships; find relief from anxiety and depression; overcome eating issues and other self-destructive ways, and unblock creativity, in a therapeutic environment that is warm and supportive."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSEd
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"Therapy that doesn't suck? You're not broken and you don't need to be fixed. Sure, finding a therapist is hard, but someone who appreciates that is just the beginning. I'm a Columbia-trained, holistic and non-diagnostic therapist and I work well with those who are suspicious of therapist, prefer to avoid medication, or want to avoid a cookie-cutter approach. I don't start with labeling or plugging you into a preexisting program. I won't put you in a diagnostic box or sit passively while you do all the work."
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"Therapy that doesn't suck? You're not broken and you don't need to be fixed. Sure, finding a therapist is hard, but someone who appreciates that is just the beginning. I'm a Columbia-trained, holistic and non-diagnostic therapist and I work well with those who are suspicious of therapist, prefer to avoid medication, or want to avoid a cookie-cutter approach. I don't start with labeling or plugging you into a preexisting program. I won't put you in a diagnostic box or sit passively while you do all the work."
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"When coming to a therapist for help, you are sometimes clear on your conflict/issue. But at other times, it's more a vague feeling of unease - that your life isn't going as it should. My empathic and attuned psychoanalytic approach is geared towards either person. Some of areas of expertise are anxiety, identity, depression, interpersonal issues and narcissism - including adult children of narcissists. I am very open, non-judgmental, and inquiry-based. I'm here to help you find a solution. The goal is to find a more meaningful and satisfying way of living. "
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"When coming to a therapist for help, you are sometimes clear on your conflict/issue. But at other times, it's more a vague feeling of unease - that your life isn't going as it should. My empathic and attuned psychoanalytic approach is geared towards either person. Some of areas of expertise are anxiety, identity, depression, interpersonal issues and narcissism - including adult children of narcissists. I am very open, non-judgmental, and inquiry-based. I'm here to help you find a solution. The goal is to find a more meaningful and satisfying way of living. "
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Counselor, LMHC
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"I have always loved helping others which has led me to pursue a career in counseling. I worked in a variety of mental health settings, including drug rehabilitation, crisis intervention, and pastoral counseling, which inspired me to get my Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling at Touro College. I did my internship under the guidance of Lana Gaiton, PhD, and upon graduation in 2015, I continued to work for her as a counselor serving the wider community of Brooklyn."
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"I have always loved helping others which has led me to pursue a career in counseling. I worked in a variety of mental health settings, including drug rehabilitation, crisis intervention, and pastoral counseling, which inspired me to get my Master's Degree in Mental Health Counseling at Touro College. I did my internship under the guidance of Lana Gaiton, PhD, and upon graduation in 2015, I continued to work for her as a counselor serving the wider community of Brooklyn."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CMFSW, MSW
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"Whether in my forensic immigration and criminal practice or in my psychotherapeutic and behavioral work, I focus on participating in a holistic, individualized approach together with each client and anyone they wish. With the belief that "We already have everything," I help clients start where they are, watching as they uncover their unique strengths, needs and history. I believe deeply in self-determination and personal expertise. I view our work as a dynamic, active process and work with each person to understand and express even seemingly insurmountable difficulties, and help facilitate a process of personal transformation and hope."
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"Whether in my forensic immigration and criminal practice or in my psychotherapeutic and behavioral work, I focus on participating in a holistic, individualized approach together with each client and anyone they wish. With the belief that "We already have everything," I help clients start where they are, watching as they uncover their unique strengths, needs and history. I believe deeply in self-determination and personal expertise. I view our work as a dynamic, active process and work with each person to understand and express even seemingly insurmountable difficulties, and help facilitate a process of personal transformation and hope."
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"Life in NYC is filled with demands and stressors, both at work and at home. Balancing all that is required can be an overwhelming, anxious and even distressing experience. Yet the distress you feel today does not need to be your new normal, there is hope! I believe that each person is resilient, with the capacity to build connection and heal. "
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"Life in NYC is filled with demands and stressors, both at work and at home. Balancing all that is required can be an overwhelming, anxious and even distressing experience. Yet the distress you feel today does not need to be your new normal, there is hope! I believe that each person is resilient, with the capacity to build connection and heal. "
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"I believe that psychotherapy and psychoanalysis can be immensely useful in helping you recognize and understand deeply embedded ways of thinking about yourself and reacting to others around you. It is often those habitual modes of operating that contribute to anxiety, depression and a life lived below your potential and without contentment. I use the tools of psychoanalysis to facilitate your recognition of these patterns in an empathic and non-judgmental environment."
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"I believe that psychotherapy and psychoanalysis can be immensely useful in helping you recognize and understand deeply embedded ways of thinking about yourself and reacting to others around you. It is often those habitual modes of operating that contribute to anxiety, depression and a life lived below your potential and without contentment. I use the tools of psychoanalysis to facilitate your recognition of these patterns in an empathic and non-judgmental environment."
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"Expansive Therapy is a bicoastal psychotherapy practice with locations in New York City and San Francisco. Due to the Coronavirus, we are currently offering remote teletherapy sessions for residents of New York and California and we have immediately availability. We have a diverse team of therapists offering a wide variety of modalities and specialties, and we match you with the therapist who best meets your needs and availability. Our website is expansivetherapy.com and you can reach our office manager Drew at info@expansivetherapy.com or 212-655-9817 to book an appointment. We have immediate availability in both locations."
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"Expansive Therapy is a bicoastal psychotherapy practice with locations in New York City and San Francisco. Due to the Coronavirus, we are currently offering remote teletherapy sessions for residents of New York and California and we have immediately availability. We have a diverse team of therapists offering a wide variety of modalities and specialties, and we match you with the therapist who best meets your needs and availability. Our website is expansivetherapy.com and you can reach our office manager Drew at info@expansivetherapy.com or 212-655-9817 to book an appointment. We have immediate availability in both locations."
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"When faced with one of life's many obstacles, I believe the first important step is to reach out for support. We may need help to move through a transitional time in our lives, to work through a rough patch, or to build skills to better manage a crisis. Examining issues through a CBT lens allows us to identity thoughts and behaviors that can cause us distress. We address these thoughts and behaviors to improve your life. I believe all individuals have strengths. Through therapy, we will work together to capitalize on these strengths and develop a healthier sense of self."
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"When faced with one of life's many obstacles, I believe the first important step is to reach out for support. We may need help to move through a transitional time in our lives, to work through a rough patch, or to build skills to better manage a crisis. Examining issues through a CBT lens allows us to identity thoughts and behaviors that can cause us distress. We address these thoughts and behaviors to improve your life. I believe all individuals have strengths. Through therapy, we will work together to capitalize on these strengths and develop a healthier sense of self."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
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"Psychotherapy is a little mysterious, and when taken up with a playful kind of seriousness, I find that it's full of surprises. I like surprises, most of all when people surprise themselves with insights and new energy to slough off stale habits of thinking and relationship patterns, whatever it is that's holding them back. I like to assist with this, bear witness to an empowering process, psychotherapy as imagining one's life and possibilities anew. To me, it's as creative and gratifying as it gets, and if you're reading this, maybe it appeals to you too."
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"Psychotherapy is a little mysterious, and when taken up with a playful kind of seriousness, I find that it's full of surprises. I like surprises, most of all when people surprise themselves with insights and new energy to slough off stale habits of thinking and relationship patterns, whatever it is that's holding them back. I like to assist with this, bear witness to an empowering process, psychotherapy as imagining one's life and possibilities anew. To me, it's as creative and gratifying as it gets, and if you're reading this, maybe it appeals to you too."
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"If there ever was a good time to "do" you, this is it. Research documents that social connection and emotional wellbeing plays an important role in staving off cancer recurrence and even reversing physical illness - said another way, your mental state can work both for or against your physical health. People come to see me to unpack emotions that've been weighing them down sometimes for years as well as to deal with the uncertainty they're feeling in the present. Perhaps this includes discovering a sense of purpose that has eluded you till now. I don’t just work to help people get out of pain: I work to help them thrive. "
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"If there ever was a good time to "do" you, this is it. Research documents that social connection and emotional wellbeing plays an important role in staving off cancer recurrence and even reversing physical illness - said another way, your mental state can work both for or against your physical health. People come to see me to unpack emotions that've been weighing them down sometimes for years as well as to deal with the uncertainty they're feeling in the present. Perhaps this includes discovering a sense of purpose that has eluded you till now. I don’t just work to help people get out of pain: I work to help them thrive. "
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"You are a unique individual in search of a judgment-free space to process the stress of relationships and every day life. You may feel that no one gets it, or that it’s difficult to ask for help. As your therapist, I will see you as you are, without judging your thoughts, actions, or feelings. Therapy will be a unique environment where you feel safe to be authentically yourself. We will work together to explore your experiences and collaboratively address the concerns that have led you to seek therapy. My approach is eclectic, which allows me to ensure therapy is custom tailored to your specific needs. "
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"You are a unique individual in search of a judgment-free space to process the stress of relationships and every day life. You may feel that no one gets it, or that it’s difficult to ask for help. As your therapist, I will see you as you are, without judging your thoughts, actions, or feelings. Therapy will be a unique environment where you feel safe to be authentically yourself. We will work together to explore your experiences and collaboratively address the concerns that have led you to seek therapy. My approach is eclectic, which allows me to ensure therapy is custom tailored to your specific needs. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LCSW-R, CASACt
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"Do you have a desire to increase joy or abundance? Are you aware that OCD is problematic? Is the social distancing creating unusual anxiety, depression, or challenges in your relationships? I offer a gentle approach for discovering an authentic more powerful self, even in these difficult times. Life is managed, explored and understood. Together we can discover how to be heard and how to listen. Perhaps it's time to allow transformation -- curb the overthinking -- discover your own emotional prosperity where you can truly be in charge of yourself. Develop a spiritual internal strength rather than trying to control the externals."
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"Do you have a desire to increase joy or abundance? Are you aware that OCD is problematic? Is the social distancing creating unusual anxiety, depression, or challenges in your relationships? I offer a gentle approach for discovering an authentic more powerful self, even in these difficult times. Life is managed, explored and understood. Together we can discover how to be heard and how to listen. Perhaps it's time to allow transformation -- curb the overthinking -- discover your own emotional prosperity where you can truly be in charge of yourself. Develop a spiritual internal strength rather than trying to control the externals."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, CDWF
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"Beginning or resuming psychotherapy is a deeply personal choice that is often met with complicated and sometimes even conflicting emotions. I believe that in order for people to make the best use of psychotherapy, they need to feel respected, safe, and supported within the therapeutic relationship. This lays the foundation upon which one can better understand themselves and in turn grow. My practice aims to assist people with improving the quality of their interpersonal relationships, deepening their understanding of the familial/relational context in which they were raised, and living a more fulfilling life."
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"Beginning or resuming psychotherapy is a deeply personal choice that is often met with complicated and sometimes even conflicting emotions. I believe that in order for people to make the best use of psychotherapy, they need to feel respected, safe, and supported within the therapeutic relationship. This lays the foundation upon which one can better understand themselves and in turn grow. My practice aims to assist people with improving the quality of their interpersonal relationships, deepening their understanding of the familial/relational context in which they were raised, and living a more fulfilling life."

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