Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
"If you are seeking therapy, you are taking an important first step towards creating the life you want both personally and professionally. Therapy can help you to explore your emotions, to find out what is keeping you from reaching your goals and also assist you in discovering and using your own natural strengths and gifts. I work with individuals, couples and families, those who are struggling during difficult times in life and also with those who just want more satisfaction in life. In either case, I work with clients to help free them from destructive life patterns that are blocking their natural life giving energy."
(845) 478-6501
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"If you are seeking therapy, you are taking an important first step towards creating the life you want both personally and professionally. Therapy can help you to explore your emotions, to find out what is keeping you from reaching your goals and also assist you in discovering and using your own natural strengths and gifts. I work with individuals, couples and families, those who are struggling during difficult times in life and also with those who just want more satisfaction in life. In either case, I work with clients to help free them from destructive life patterns that are blocking their natural life giving energy."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I offer my clients understanding, support and empowerment. I have collaborated with clients to help them improve their relationships, their mood management, their coping skills, and their decision making. I have been a resource to many couples and families in moving their relationships forward, with the help of my specialized training as a Certified Couples and Family Therapist. Also, my expertise with brief Evidence-Based Practice, Problem Solving Treatment, has allowed me to teach clients effective decision making skills. My clients have been pleased with gaining the tools to produce well thought-out solutions, complete with formulating action plans."
(646) 389-4132
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"I offer my clients understanding, support and empowerment. I have collaborated with clients to help them improve their relationships, their mood management, their coping skills, and their decision making. I have been a resource to many couples and families in moving their relationships forward, with the help of my specialized training as a Certified Couples and Family Therapist. Also, my expertise with brief Evidence-Based Practice, Problem Solving Treatment, has allowed me to teach clients effective decision making skills. My clients have been pleased with gaining the tools to produce well thought-out solutions, complete with formulating action plans."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Perhaps you notice that your relationships -- be it with your family, partner, job-- play out in similar ways again and again, or that the same activities that once brought you pleasure now feel like a burden. It might be a very specific issue or crisis that brings you to therapy, but just as often it's a vague feeling of loss, anguish, or frustration with yourself and the world around you."
(917) 924-6984
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"Perhaps you notice that your relationships -- be it with your family, partner, job-- play out in similar ways again and again, or that the same activities that once brought you pleasure now feel like a burden. It might be a very specific issue or crisis that brings you to therapy, but just as often it's a vague feeling of loss, anguish, or frustration with yourself and the world around you."
Psychologist, PsyD, CGP
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a clinical psychologist the most important aspect of my work is to create an environment where clients feel safe to actively engage in the psychotherapy process. My approach is referred to as "integrationist;" incorporating aspects of psychodynamic, cognitive, and mindfulness therapy. Research informs my approach, and I'm particularly interested in the underlying therapeutic elements that promote change and healing. I treat difficulties associated with mood, anxiety, trauma, addiction and ADHD, as well as more basic problems in living (i.e. relationship, employment). I welcome clients from all backgrounds, cultures, ethnicities and sexual orientations."
(646) 592-2688
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"As a clinical psychologist the most important aspect of my work is to create an environment where clients feel safe to actively engage in the psychotherapy process. My approach is referred to as "integrationist;" incorporating aspects of psychodynamic, cognitive, and mindfulness therapy. Research informs my approach, and I'm particularly interested in the underlying therapeutic elements that promote change and healing. I treat difficulties associated with mood, anxiety, trauma, addiction and ADHD, as well as more basic problems in living (i.e. relationship, employment). I welcome clients from all backgrounds, cultures, ethnicities and sexual orientations."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you feeling stuck, fatigued, anxious, unmotivated, over-extending yourself or having problems in your connections with others? So often, we have the ability to give tenderness and compassion to others, but we rarely think to give it back to ourselves. I will walk with you as you map new territories that tap into your inner voices of protest and resilience, voices that have been overlooked. Taking this journey is an important step towards giving compassion back to ourselves and trusting that we are worthy of connecting to who we really are and deserve to live more fully."
(917) 746-5167
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"Are you feeling stuck, fatigued, anxious, unmotivated, over-extending yourself or having problems in your connections with others? So often, we have the ability to give tenderness and compassion to others, but we rarely think to give it back to ourselves. I will walk with you as you map new territories that tap into your inner voices of protest and resilience, voices that have been overlooked. Taking this journey is an important step towards giving compassion back to ourselves and trusting that we are worthy of connecting to who we really are and deserve to live more fully."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"Going through a tough time? Need a comfortable space to figure it out? It is not easy to stare one's own thoughts, feelings, and fears in the face. Therapy can provide the support and comfort that is needed to accomplish this goal. It may get messy at times but the reward will be worth it. I am an experienced clinician that keeps it real and have been doing clinical therapy for many years which provided me with a wide variety of experiences. I have used multiple practice styles due to my belief that each situation and most importantly each individual warrants their own."
(917) 746-1948
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"Going through a tough time? Need a comfortable space to figure it out? It is not easy to stare one's own thoughts, feelings, and fears in the face. Therapy can provide the support and comfort that is needed to accomplish this goal. It may get messy at times but the reward will be worth it. I am an experienced clinician that keeps it real and have been doing clinical therapy for many years which provided me with a wide variety of experiences. I have used multiple practice styles due to my belief that each situation and most importantly each individual warrants their own."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LP
Verified by Psychology Today
"In psychotherapy, the ground of being is typically taken to be the self (or ego), and the work of psychotherapy entails mending the fractured self, so that the self is more unified, whole, and complete. This is what we commonly call self-acceptance--acceptance of all the parts of our self, especially the more vulnerable and hurting parts we instinctively reject and ignore. Paradoxically, our suffering decreases when we are able to engage in the difficult practice of allowing vulnerable and hurting parts in, practicing holding them, and possibly relaxing, before we take our next step. Traditional psychotherapy tends to reach its limits here."
(212) 260-6643
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"In psychotherapy, the ground of being is typically taken to be the self (or ego), and the work of psychotherapy entails mending the fractured self, so that the self is more unified, whole, and complete. This is what we commonly call self-acceptance--acceptance of all the parts of our self, especially the more vulnerable and hurting parts we instinctively reject and ignore. Paradoxically, our suffering decreases when we are able to engage in the difficult practice of allowing vulnerable and hurting parts in, practicing holding them, and possibly relaxing, before we take our next step. Traditional psychotherapy tends to reach its limits here."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"Throughout my 23 years as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker I have worked with individuals, couples and groups to foster wellness and meaning in their lives. I utilize psychodynamic, CBT, DBT, relational and holistic treatment approaches allowing a person to access a comfortable, effective process toward personal growth, empowerment and resolution. I believe in the value of the therapeutic relationship, meeting a person where they are and respecting their needs and goals."
(646) 759-9086
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"Throughout my 23 years as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker I have worked with individuals, couples and groups to foster wellness and meaning in their lives. I utilize psychodynamic, CBT, DBT, relational and holistic treatment approaches allowing a person to access a comfortable, effective process toward personal growth, empowerment and resolution. I believe in the value of the therapeutic relationship, meeting a person where they are and respecting their needs and goals."
Counselor, MEd, LMHC, NCC, CCMHC, CCTP
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"I provide an integrative individual counseling service to people in NYC, as well as Skype and phone counseling for individuals from other areas. I am interested in supporting clients to make healthy changes and growths in their lives. We will work together through problems from an integrative approach, including mindfulness, meditations, laughter, parts work, and stress reduction practices. I work from an empowerment framework and I believe that the greatest source of healing already exists in each of us as human beings."
(646) 762-1337
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"I provide an integrative individual counseling service to people in NYC, as well as Skype and phone counseling for individuals from other areas. I am interested in supporting clients to make healthy changes and growths in their lives. We will work together through problems from an integrative approach, including mindfulness, meditations, laughter, parts work, and stress reduction practices. I work from an empowerment framework and I believe that the greatest source of healing already exists in each of us as human beings."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"Considering therapy? What keeps you from your goals? What gets in the way of satisfying relationships in your personal life and career? We will work together to make a safe space so we can find out what really needs to change. Then we look for solutions you can actually live out in your daily life, the life you want."
(917) 924-3948
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"Considering therapy? What keeps you from your goals? What gets in the way of satisfying relationships in your personal life and career? We will work together to make a safe space so we can find out what really needs to change. Then we look for solutions you can actually live out in your daily life, the life you want."
Psychologist, PhD
"My practice centers on helping people live everyday more fully. Daily pressures to manage work, relationships, and ourselves often leave us feeling overwhelmed and frustrated. Some people express these feelings through anxiety or persistent self-critical thoughts. Others may feel discouraged, guilty, ashamed or sad. Many use substances, food, risky behavior or other distractions to momentarily feel better. Psychotherapy can help resolve these issues by creating a space to gain better coping strategies, enhance your focus of your place in the world, and develop greater resiliency."
(646) 386-2116
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"My practice centers on helping people live everyday more fully. Daily pressures to manage work, relationships, and ourselves often leave us feeling overwhelmed and frustrated. Some people express these feelings through anxiety or persistent self-critical thoughts. Others may feel discouraged, guilty, ashamed or sad. Many use substances, food, risky behavior or other distractions to momentarily feel better. Psychotherapy can help resolve these issues by creating a space to gain better coping strategies, enhance your focus of your place in the world, and develop greater resiliency."
Psychologist, PsyD, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Looking for a therapist may seem like a daunting task, but it does not have to be. Please feel free to reach out and call if you like, I am happy to speak with you. This work is my passion and I greatly enjoy working with people. I am extensively trained in providing both short-term and longer more in-depth Psychodynamic therapy. I fully believe that therapy can be "transformational", helping identify and change destructive patterns, developing "strength", and exploring new ways to cope with situations."
(646) 679-7299
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"Looking for a therapist may seem like a daunting task, but it does not have to be. Please feel free to reach out and call if you like, I am happy to speak with you. This work is my passion and I greatly enjoy working with people. I am extensively trained in providing both short-term and longer more in-depth Psychodynamic therapy. I fully believe that therapy can be "transformational", helping identify and change destructive patterns, developing "strength", and exploring new ways to cope with situations."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"In my practice, I specialize in working with people who want to improve their relationships, whether that be with others or with themselves. Maybe you struggle with your relationship to work, your body, sex or alcohol and this could be the focus of therapy. I can help you understand your feelings and identify patterns that may be keeping you stuck so that you can make more fulfilling choices in life. Sometimes the idea of starting the process of therapy is scary. I want to make it as open and engaging as possible and welcome the dialogue about your hopes and fears."
(646) 791-3125
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"In my practice, I specialize in working with people who want to improve their relationships, whether that be with others or with themselves. Maybe you struggle with your relationship to work, your body, sex or alcohol and this could be the focus of therapy. I can help you understand your feelings and identify patterns that may be keeping you stuck so that you can make more fulfilling choices in life. Sometimes the idea of starting the process of therapy is scary. I want to make it as open and engaging as possible and welcome the dialogue about your hopes and fears."
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Sometimes people come in to see me during a period of transition - starting or ending school or work, moving to a new city, beginning or leaving a relationship. Maybe you feel something isn't working in your life, like you're frustrated, uncertain, slightly out of step. Maybe you feel yourself hitting the same walls in friendships or relationships repeatedly. Maybe you feel lost. I'll work with you to help you find what's getting in the way of you getting what you really want from your life."
(646) 846-0324
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"Sometimes people come in to see me during a period of transition - starting or ending school or work, moving to a new city, beginning or leaving a relationship. Maybe you feel something isn't working in your life, like you're frustrated, uncertain, slightly out of step. Maybe you feel yourself hitting the same walls in friendships or relationships repeatedly. Maybe you feel lost. I'll work with you to help you find what's getting in the way of you getting what you really want from your life."
Psychologist, PhD, MPH
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy can be a wonderful way of finding meaning in one's life - as it is now - while still striving to make important changes. Using a whole-person approach to treatment, I take into account one's personal goals, culture, spiritual beliefs, and current life context. I believe a thoughtful, individualized, and collaborative approach tends to be the most therapeutic. Additionally, as the former Director of Integrative Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center, I have extensive knowledge of complementary/alternative medicine therapies and can discuss how these may or may not fit into your plan for healing."
(646) 759-9253
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"Therapy can be a wonderful way of finding meaning in one's life - as it is now - while still striving to make important changes. Using a whole-person approach to treatment, I take into account one's personal goals, culture, spiritual beliefs, and current life context. I believe a thoughtful, individualized, and collaborative approach tends to be the most therapeutic. Additionally, as the former Director of Integrative Medicine at Columbia University Medical Center, I have extensive knowledge of complementary/alternative medicine therapies and can discuss how these may or may not fit into your plan for healing."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with people to understand what may be holding them back from achieving their goals, whether in relationships or professionally. Often, old patterns that are no longer useful and out of one's awareness are operating. These concerns come up both in individual and couple work. I focus on attachment patterns -- in couples, there is often a pursuer and an avoider, although these roles are not always fixed. I've seen these patterns in couples of all sexual orientations. I do my best to stay away from gender stereotypes and stay open to what is being communicated, both verbally and nonverbally."
(646) 351-1822
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"I work with people to understand what may be holding them back from achieving their goals, whether in relationships or professionally. Often, old patterns that are no longer useful and out of one's awareness are operating. These concerns come up both in individual and couple work. I focus on attachment patterns -- in couples, there is often a pursuer and an avoider, although these roles are not always fixed. I've seen these patterns in couples of all sexual orientations. I do my best to stay away from gender stereotypes and stay open to what is being communicated, both verbally and nonverbally."
Psychologist, PhD
"Dr. Danielle Shelov PhD received her doctoral training at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Her research was one of the pioneer clinical studies (2008) that examined the importance of yoga, on both mindfulness and emotional well-being. Attention and Awareness are critical to recognizing our feelings as they happen. Once we have awareness, we develop the courage to experience the emotions we have. Therapy allows us the space to do this. We can then begin to live in a way that is genuine and more consistent with our vision of what we want our lives to be."
(212) 804-6486
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"Dr. Danielle Shelov PhD received her doctoral training at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Her research was one of the pioneer clinical studies (2008) that examined the importance of yoga, on both mindfulness and emotional well-being. Attention and Awareness are critical to recognizing our feelings as they happen. Once we have awareness, we develop the courage to experience the emotions we have. Therapy allows us the space to do this. We can then begin to live in a way that is genuine and more consistent with our vision of what we want our lives to be."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Finding the right therapist is an important factor in achieving your goals and improving your life. My goal as a therapist is to create a safe space for you to discuss and explore any issue you present. In terms of relationships, my goal is to work with you to identify challenging patterns in your life and to help you form new and satisfying ways of improving communication, find a sense of well-being and achieve your goals. I have experience working with adults, adolescents and couples and my approach is engaging, accepting and warm."
(646) 528-4568
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"Finding the right therapist is an important factor in achieving your goals and improving your life. My goal as a therapist is to create a safe space for you to discuss and explore any issue you present. In terms of relationships, my goal is to work with you to identify challenging patterns in your life and to help you form new and satisfying ways of improving communication, find a sense of well-being and achieve your goals. I have experience working with adults, adolescents and couples and my approach is engaging, accepting and warm."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a psychotherapist, with a background in the arts as well as extensive training in working with Adolescents, Families and Young Adults, I am passionate about continuing to treat people of any age facing anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship and family conflict. I also treat high risk behaviors and substance use disorders as well as Borderline Personality Disorder in Adolescents and Adults. As a certified Executive Coach in the area of Executive Presence, Career/Role Transition I coach Junior and Senior level leaders as well as entrepreneurs looking to hone in on essential professional goals."
(201) 559-0635
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"As a psychotherapist, with a background in the arts as well as extensive training in working with Adolescents, Families and Young Adults, I am passionate about continuing to treat people of any age facing anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship and family conflict. I also treat high risk behaviors and substance use disorders as well as Borderline Personality Disorder in Adolescents and Adults. As a certified Executive Coach in the area of Executive Presence, Career/Role Transition I coach Junior and Senior level leaders as well as entrepreneurs looking to hone in on essential professional goals."
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
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"Brenda Shrobe is a graduate of New York University and the Ackerman Institute of the Family and is a New York State licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She works extensively with couples and families."
(646) 699-3958
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"Brenda Shrobe is a graduate of New York University and the Ackerman Institute of the Family and is a New York State licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She works extensively with couples and families."

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