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"All humans struggle. It is the human condition. Though, to admit, talk about, work on or through complexities is typically met with resistance. I am open, authentic and experienced. For more than 20 years I have worked with people of all ages with varying troubles. I am calm, kind and down to earth and know from experience that I can gain relief and resolution collaboratively with anyone. I am a psychodynamically trained psychotherapist, which enables me to work with any problem/s that one may be having; and without a doubt changes for the better happen daily!"
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"All humans struggle. It is the human condition. Though, to admit, talk about, work on or through complexities is typically met with resistance. I am open, authentic and experienced. For more than 20 years I have worked with people of all ages with varying troubles. I am calm, kind and down to earth and know from experience that I can gain relief and resolution collaboratively with anyone. I am a psychodynamically trained psychotherapist, which enables me to work with any problem/s that one may be having; and without a doubt changes for the better happen daily!"
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"**Please note that I am working with individuals telephonically or via video conferencing at this time.** I believe that all individuals are capable of change and growth. My primary focus as a therapist is symptom reduction and increased day-to-day functioning. Through the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, I assist individuals to achieve better awareness of themselves by being able to articulate how thoughts and feelings relate to behavior. "
(551) 230-6645
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"**Please note that I am working with individuals telephonically or via video conferencing at this time.** I believe that all individuals are capable of change and growth. My primary focus as a therapist is symptom reduction and increased day-to-day functioning. Through the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, I assist individuals to achieve better awareness of themselves by being able to articulate how thoughts and feelings relate to behavior. "
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"We develop relationship patterns early in our lives and repeat important aspects of them going forward. Many of the obstacles that emerge in our efforts to achieve our goals and make fulfilling lives for ourselves follow on our unwitting repetition of these patterns. They made sense then, but impede you now. My approach to therapy will involve getting to know you in some depth, in order to use the relationship we create to identify these patterns and allow you to more consciously shape your life."
(646) 651-4353
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"We develop relationship patterns early in our lives and repeat important aspects of them going forward. Many of the obstacles that emerge in our efforts to achieve our goals and make fulfilling lives for ourselves follow on our unwitting repetition of these patterns. They made sense then, but impede you now. My approach to therapy will involve getting to know you in some depth, in order to use the relationship we create to identify these patterns and allow you to more consciously shape your life."
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"In good times AND bad, we seek clarity and contentment. We want peaceful, fulfilling lives yet too often feel out-of-touch and disconnected. Our stress, fear, uncertainty and doubt seem insurmountable so we seek someone to help us make better sense of our selves, our ambitions, and - especially - our emotionality. Is this too much to ask?"
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"In good times AND bad, we seek clarity and contentment. We want peaceful, fulfilling lives yet too often feel out-of-touch and disconnected. Our stress, fear, uncertainty and doubt seem insurmountable so we seek someone to help us make better sense of our selves, our ambitions, and - especially - our emotionality. Is this too much to ask?"
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
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"Therapy is a journey that promotes growth, insight, new perspectives, confidence, and healing. I approach therapy with a deep sense of compassion and empathy. In my work, I have had the honor of helping many individuals find their way through grief and loss, difficult life transitions, low self-esteem, and various mental health issues. I am passionate about providing a safe, non-judgmental, and welcoming space where we will develop a plan that is unique to your strengths and needs, as well as discovering what is holding you back from growing and thriving."
(516) 701-2967
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"Therapy is a journey that promotes growth, insight, new perspectives, confidence, and healing. I approach therapy with a deep sense of compassion and empathy. In my work, I have had the honor of helping many individuals find their way through grief and loss, difficult life transitions, low self-esteem, and various mental health issues. I am passionate about providing a safe, non-judgmental, and welcoming space where we will develop a plan that is unique to your strengths and needs, as well as discovering what is holding you back from growing and thriving."
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Art Therapist, LCAT, ATR-BC
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"I welcome anyone who is looking to explore ways to improve their quality of life, whether it is due to life transitions, relationship conflicts, creative blocks, or managing emotional challenges. Through consistent and committed work together, we can identify the root of where troubling patterns have begun and develop strategies to help you gain balance, strength, and personal fulfillment. I have experience working with people who are seeking meaning in their lives and are looking to create a full, creative life."
(646) 461-1917
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"I welcome anyone who is looking to explore ways to improve their quality of life, whether it is due to life transitions, relationship conflicts, creative blocks, or managing emotional challenges. Through consistent and committed work together, we can identify the root of where troubling patterns have begun and develop strategies to help you gain balance, strength, and personal fulfillment. I have experience working with people who are seeking meaning in their lives and are looking to create a full, creative life."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
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"Growth is not linear and to heal is a journey that one must take upon with bravery and vulnerability. I am here to help and guide you in your journey, no matter what that journey may look like. We will work together to explore your emotions or thoughts that may hinder that growth without judgment but with empathy. I will give you the space to be uniquely you by allowing you to be vulnerable without feeling ashamed or embarrassed. I will help you to improve your quality of life by actively listening to your challenges, celebrating your triumphs, and emphasizing your strengths."
(212) 433-2384
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"Growth is not linear and to heal is a journey that one must take upon with bravery and vulnerability. I am here to help and guide you in your journey, no matter what that journey may look like. We will work together to explore your emotions or thoughts that may hinder that growth without judgment but with empathy. I will give you the space to be uniquely you by allowing you to be vulnerable without feeling ashamed or embarrassed. I will help you to improve your quality of life by actively listening to your challenges, celebrating your triumphs, and emphasizing your strengths."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
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"When you are ready to seek healing and personal growth, please realize you do not have to be alone in your journey. Together we can find ways for you to become your most authentic self and in the process rediscover peace of mind and happiness. My passion is to help you step into your light. For several years I have worked with diverse populations and have discovered, at the end of the day, everyone needs a safe place to be heard and understood. Life today presents challenges to all of us. These challenges can cause stress and interfere with personal and professional development. "
(516) 701-2399
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"When you are ready to seek healing and personal growth, please realize you do not have to be alone in your journey. Together we can find ways for you to become your most authentic self and in the process rediscover peace of mind and happiness. My passion is to help you step into your light. For several years I have worked with diverse populations and have discovered, at the end of the day, everyone needs a safe place to be heard and understood. Life today presents challenges to all of us. These challenges can cause stress and interfere with personal and professional development. "
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Limited Licensed Psychologist, PhD
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"I work from a psychodynamic position, with the aim to raise the curiosity over behavioral patterns that do not fit with the way we think of ourselves. I work with adults from a diversity of backgrounds and I believe the strength of my approach lies in helping people to expand their understanding of complex issues, not only by listening to their explicit and implicit narratives, but also paying attention to dreams, body language, and to the experiences and images that arise during sessions. I use psychoanalytic theory as a lens to process what takes place—an approach that does not necessarily need a couch or multiple sessions a week."
(917) 540-7011
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"I work from a psychodynamic position, with the aim to raise the curiosity over behavioral patterns that do not fit with the way we think of ourselves. I work with adults from a diversity of backgrounds and I believe the strength of my approach lies in helping people to expand their understanding of complex issues, not only by listening to their explicit and implicit narratives, but also paying attention to dreams, body language, and to the experiences and images that arise during sessions. I use psychoanalytic theory as a lens to process what takes place—an approach that does not necessarily need a couch or multiple sessions a week."
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Psychologist, PhD
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"Your experience -- of yourself, your world, and your suffering -- is unique. My primary goal is for us to come to an emotionally rooted understanding of your particular experience together. When this occurs, habitual ways of dealing with life's challenges can begin to make sense and become more flexible, leading to greater feelings of choice and agency about living in the world."
(646) 666-3451
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"Your experience -- of yourself, your world, and your suffering -- is unique. My primary goal is for us to come to an emotionally rooted understanding of your particular experience together. When this occurs, habitual ways of dealing with life's challenges can begin to make sense and become more flexible, leading to greater feelings of choice and agency about living in the world."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
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"I want to learn your concerns on your terms. Whether you have a history of trauma, or are dealing with stressors at work, we can work collaboratively to give you the tools to reach your goals. Modern life is stressful and often difficult. Psychotherapy can help you detangle those issues and prompt you to discover new ways to deal with life’s more difficult days. My experience is with clients dealing with relational issues, anxiety, depression, trauma, and sexual and gender identity issues."
(212) 433-2384
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"I want to learn your concerns on your terms. Whether you have a history of trauma, or are dealing with stressors at work, we can work collaboratively to give you the tools to reach your goals. Modern life is stressful and often difficult. Psychotherapy can help you detangle those issues and prompt you to discover new ways to deal with life’s more difficult days. My experience is with clients dealing with relational issues, anxiety, depression, trauma, and sexual and gender identity issues."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
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"Navigating through life can be a complicated and challenging process. No one knows your challenges and your struggles better than you do. As your therapist, I am not here to tell you how you should feel or live, but to help and to assist you in exploring your deeper emotions and in making connections to your inner self, through the stressors and challenges you have. I have experience working with a wide range of clients from diverse social backgrounds with a variety of presenting problems such as anxiety, depression, work stress, relationship difficulties, transitions, trauma, and other day-to-day challenges and struggles. "
(212) 433-2384
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"Navigating through life can be a complicated and challenging process. No one knows your challenges and your struggles better than you do. As your therapist, I am not here to tell you how you should feel or live, but to help and to assist you in exploring your deeper emotions and in making connections to your inner self, through the stressors and challenges you have. I have experience working with a wide range of clients from diverse social backgrounds with a variety of presenting problems such as anxiety, depression, work stress, relationship difficulties, transitions, trauma, and other day-to-day challenges and struggles. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, EdD
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"I specialize in Orgone Therapy, character-analysis, and psycho-somatic disorders. I have been a student of the work of Dr. Wilhelm Reich since 1970., I did my training in Orgone Therapy with Dr. Victor M. Sobey, M.D.. who was trained by Dr. Reich. I have taught psychology, child development and psycho-somatic psychology at The New School for Social Research. I am a member of The Institute for Organomic Science, and I run an active training program in Orgone Therapy in New York City. I have practiced Orgone treatment in Manhattan's Greenwich Village for over 30 years."
(646) 699-3445
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"I specialize in Orgone Therapy, character-analysis, and psycho-somatic disorders. I have been a student of the work of Dr. Wilhelm Reich since 1970., I did my training in Orgone Therapy with Dr. Victor M. Sobey, M.D.. who was trained by Dr. Reich. I have taught psychology, child development and psycho-somatic psychology at The New School for Social Research. I am a member of The Institute for Organomic Science, and I run an active training program in Orgone Therapy in New York City. I have practiced Orgone treatment in Manhattan's Greenwich Village for over 30 years."
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Licensed Psychoanalyst, LP
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"I offer a positive approach and unconditional presence to help you feel better and learn ways to change problematic patterns. We'll combine different methods (Gestalt, EMDR, hypnosis, Somatic Experiencing) to help you make positive changes. I'll guide you to find your own answers and get your life back on track. I'm a Gestalt Psychotherapist and energy-oriented Psychoanalyst, experienced and compassionate. I offer you safe space to know yourself better. Together we integrate body-mind-emotion experience leading toward emotional health and well-being. Build self-confidence and joy in living. Click on "Website" for introductory video."
(646) 583-1105
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"I offer a positive approach and unconditional presence to help you feel better and learn ways to change problematic patterns. We'll combine different methods (Gestalt, EMDR, hypnosis, Somatic Experiencing) to help you make positive changes. I'll guide you to find your own answers and get your life back on track. I'm a Gestalt Psychotherapist and energy-oriented Psychoanalyst, experienced and compassionate. I offer you safe space to know yourself better. Together we integrate body-mind-emotion experience leading toward emotional health and well-being. Build self-confidence and joy in living. Click on "Website" for introductory video."
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Psychologist, PhD
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"I am a clinical psychologist who values the importance of establishing a comfortable, nonjudgmental, and meaningful therapeutic experience that is right for you. My focus is on helping you to feel more in control of your life, goals, and aspirations, by reducing distressing feelings, increasing insight, undoing maladaptive patterns of behavior or thinking, or improving coping skills. I also view therapy as a place to problem solve and think through decisions and to support desired changes."
(917) 740-6937
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"I am a clinical psychologist who values the importance of establishing a comfortable, nonjudgmental, and meaningful therapeutic experience that is right for you. My focus is on helping you to feel more in control of your life, goals, and aspirations, by reducing distressing feelings, increasing insight, undoing maladaptive patterns of behavior or thinking, or improving coping skills. I also view therapy as a place to problem solve and think through decisions and to support desired changes."
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Licensed Psychoanalyst, PhD
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"Most of our psychological pain and misery, our inhibitions and limitations in achieving a satisfying life, are the result of primitive anxieties that we carry within ourselves since the very time we were, indeed, really helpless. The psychoanalytic encounter allows one to become wiser and assume more responsibility towards oneself and toward others one lives with, cares for or simply meets in everyday life. It is a method that concentrates on the "Here and Now" and tries to free the mind from old -- and, usually, no longer all that helpful -- ways that we use to defend ourselves from pain."
(443) 393-2828
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"Most of our psychological pain and misery, our inhibitions and limitations in achieving a satisfying life, are the result of primitive anxieties that we carry within ourselves since the very time we were, indeed, really helpless. The psychoanalytic encounter allows one to become wiser and assume more responsibility towards oneself and toward others one lives with, cares for or simply meets in everyday life. It is a method that concentrates on the "Here and Now" and tries to free the mind from old -- and, usually, no longer all that helpful -- ways that we use to defend ourselves from pain."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CASAC
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"Life can be filled with challenging moments, situations and relationships. Such encounters can cause depression, anxiety and isolation. Life events may lead to unhealthy coping mechanisms that can evolve into self-destructive behaviors or relationships. I believe that healing and insight are stimulated by an interpersonal connection provided through a therapeutic alliance between the client and the therapist. I am trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, motivational interviewing, and multiple behavioral therapies. I have years of experience as a therapist working in a renowned outpatient substance abuse and mental health facility."
(516) 260-4769
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"Life can be filled with challenging moments, situations and relationships. Such encounters can cause depression, anxiety and isolation. Life events may lead to unhealthy coping mechanisms that can evolve into self-destructive behaviors or relationships. I believe that healing and insight are stimulated by an interpersonal connection provided through a therapeutic alliance between the client and the therapist. I am trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, motivational interviewing, and multiple behavioral therapies. I have years of experience as a therapist working in a renowned outpatient substance abuse and mental health facility."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"The successful outcome of the work done in therapy is so very much a result of the unique relationship between patient and therapist. To that end my practice is one in which I am active, supportive and non-judgemental.Emotional injuries from the past live in the present, effecting how we relate and react to people and events throughout life. Psychotherapy has the potential to heal past wounds and impart the insights that can result in a healthier, more emotionally prosperous present. Depression, anxiety and relationship problems need not define us."
(646) 392-7280
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"The successful outcome of the work done in therapy is so very much a result of the unique relationship between patient and therapist. To that end my practice is one in which I am active, supportive and non-judgemental.Emotional injuries from the past live in the present, effecting how we relate and react to people and events throughout life. Psychotherapy has the potential to heal past wounds and impart the insights that can result in a healthier, more emotionally prosperous present. Depression, anxiety and relationship problems need not define us."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, SEP
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"At this difficult time, filled with uncertainty and increased isolation, I have years of experience connecting with patients via virtual platforms. In our screen meetings I will listen to your challenges and together we will find ways that can bring understanding and some relief to the situation at hand. At the same time, my training in Somatic Experiencing brings awareness to how trauma and symptoms are held in the body. Bringing more mindfulness to the body will offer you another resource. My work over 20 years with individuals, couples and families help me understand the particular difficulties each of you might face now."
(646) 846-4519
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"At this difficult time, filled with uncertainty and increased isolation, I have years of experience connecting with patients via virtual platforms. In our screen meetings I will listen to your challenges and together we will find ways that can bring understanding and some relief to the situation at hand. At the same time, my training in Somatic Experiencing brings awareness to how trauma and symptoms are held in the body. Bringing more mindfulness to the body will offer you another resource. My work over 20 years with individuals, couples and families help me understand the particular difficulties each of you might face now."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP
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"Attachment challenges, self-esteem issues, fearfulness, dissociation, and codependence...these patterns/experiences are often encountered with underlying physiological activation and trauma. I specialize in the treatment of addictive/compulsive behaviors associated with secondary responses to developmental and relational trauma. I offer individual psychotherapy as well as an eclectic model for couple facilitation integrating neuroscience and attachment theory with intra-psychic & interpersonal models for recovery. My background includes over two decades of clinical practice closely aligned with a dynamic process of exploration and research with regard to supporting emerging Transpersonal, Somatic and Vitalistic paradigms for Health and Wellness for 21st Century living."
(646) 351-1906
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"Attachment challenges, self-esteem issues, fearfulness, dissociation, and codependence...these patterns/experiences are often encountered with underlying physiological activation and trauma. I specialize in the treatment of addictive/compulsive behaviors associated with secondary responses to developmental and relational trauma. I offer individual psychotherapy as well as an eclectic model for couple facilitation integrating neuroscience and attachment theory with intra-psychic & interpersonal models for recovery. My background includes over two decades of clinical practice closely aligned with a dynamic process of exploration and research with regard to supporting emerging Transpersonal, Somatic and Vitalistic paradigms for Health and Wellness for 21st Century living."

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