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"Beginning therapy is a big deal. Talking about oneself to someone you’ve never met before can be daunting. Will you be judged? Given advice you didn’t ask for? Not given feedback you really need? You’ve probably been grappling with the issues that prompted you to make the appointment for some time, and may feel badly that you couldn’t figure it out yourself. In that first session I’ll be listening to understand what’s the matter but also how you’re experiencing the problem. We may need to work together to shift self-criticism and judgment to curiosity and compassion so that you can mobilize your inner strengths."
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"Beginning therapy is a big deal. Talking about oneself to someone you’ve never met before can be daunting. Will you be judged? Given advice you didn’t ask for? Not given feedback you really need? You’ve probably been grappling with the issues that prompted you to make the appointment for some time, and may feel badly that you couldn’t figure it out yourself. In that first session I’ll be listening to understand what’s the matter but also how you’re experiencing the problem. We may need to work together to shift self-criticism and judgment to curiosity and compassion so that you can mobilize your inner strengths."
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"People often come to therapy at challenging and difficult points in their lives. These moments often impact the relationship individuals have with themselves and others. These moments can also cause a lot of pain and confusion. Unresolved issues from previous experiences can get in the way of people living their lives to the fullest. During our work together, I hope to be a guide towards your journey of healing and wellness. "
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"People often come to therapy at challenging and difficult points in their lives. These moments often impact the relationship individuals have with themselves and others. These moments can also cause a lot of pain and confusion. Unresolved issues from previous experiences can get in the way of people living their lives to the fullest. During our work together, I hope to be a guide towards your journey of healing and wellness. "
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"I have experience working with individuals who struggle with depression, anxiety, identity formation, difficulty forming and maintaining meaningful relationships and life transitions. I also have experience working with individuals challenged by trauma (post traumatic stress, sexual abuse, chronic medical illness). I am certified as a couple therapist and work with couples to help improve communication in the relationship as a way to improve the health of the relationship and to ultimately help the couple feel closer to one another."
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"I have experience working with individuals who struggle with depression, anxiety, identity formation, difficulty forming and maintaining meaningful relationships and life transitions. I also have experience working with individuals challenged by trauma (post traumatic stress, sexual abuse, chronic medical illness). I am certified as a couple therapist and work with couples to help improve communication in the relationship as a way to improve the health of the relationship and to ultimately help the couple feel closer to one another."
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"In my practice I combine psychodynamic psychotherapy to understand and address current internal and external factors impacting your present functioning, psychoanalytic perspective to get a handle on how your early attachments/relationships contribute to your deficits and how to overcome them, and EMDR body technique to work through difficult experiences that hold you back. I have a very good understanding of the mechanisms of addiction and I am effective with those wanting to continue to work on their recovery after establishing abstinence."
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"In my practice I combine psychodynamic psychotherapy to understand and address current internal and external factors impacting your present functioning, psychoanalytic perspective to get a handle on how your early attachments/relationships contribute to your deficits and how to overcome them, and EMDR body technique to work through difficult experiences that hold you back. I have a very good understanding of the mechanisms of addiction and I am effective with those wanting to continue to work on their recovery after establishing abstinence."
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"I specialize in providing empowering individual therapy for adults of all ages and backgrounds. I value diversity, individuality, authenticity, acceptance, and compassion. I build my professional relationship with clients by establishing safety, trust, and openness. I see clients with a broad range of issues including anxiety, depression, mood fluctuations, sexual dysfunction, professional challenges, and many others. I utilize a client-centered approach to create an individual plan consisting of a variety of therapeutic modalities to promote change, growth, awareness, and empowerment."
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"I specialize in providing empowering individual therapy for adults of all ages and backgrounds. I value diversity, individuality, authenticity, acceptance, and compassion. I build my professional relationship with clients by establishing safety, trust, and openness. I see clients with a broad range of issues including anxiety, depression, mood fluctuations, sexual dysfunction, professional challenges, and many others. I utilize a client-centered approach to create an individual plan consisting of a variety of therapeutic modalities to promote change, growth, awareness, and empowerment."
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"You may feel misunderstood, are in emotional pain, or are feeling overwhelmed. It is important to give yourself the opportunity for self-exploration and the space to heal and grow. I want to support you in finding solutions to problems you’re currently experiencing and help you achieve the life changes that you are looking for. I have clinical experience working with individuals with a range of presenting concerns including, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, emotional issues, addiction, and trauma, as well as other day-to-day stressors through modalities such as talk therapy and EMDR. "
(914) 221-1341
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"You may feel misunderstood, are in emotional pain, or are feeling overwhelmed. It is important to give yourself the opportunity for self-exploration and the space to heal and grow. I want to support you in finding solutions to problems you’re currently experiencing and help you achieve the life changes that you are looking for. I have clinical experience working with individuals with a range of presenting concerns including, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, emotional issues, addiction, and trauma, as well as other day-to-day stressors through modalities such as talk therapy and EMDR. "
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"Thank you for your interest! Are you struggling to better understand yourself and your patterns of behavior? Do you want to learn to communicate better with the people around you? Would you like to gain better control over depression, anxiety, and other problems of emotion regulation? If so, I can help you work towards these goals from an empathic, trauma-informed, and person-centered focus. I am currently working as a consultant for NYCCBTp for those looking to better manage their mood and stress."
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"Thank you for your interest! Are you struggling to better understand yourself and your patterns of behavior? Do you want to learn to communicate better with the people around you? Would you like to gain better control over depression, anxiety, and other problems of emotion regulation? If so, I can help you work towards these goals from an empathic, trauma-informed, and person-centered focus. I am currently working as a consultant for NYCCBTp for those looking to better manage their mood and stress."
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"**Currently accepting new clients *** Therapy is most effective when clients feel safe and seen. Because of this, I aim to create an accepting, non-judgemental, and inclusive space for you to be your true self. I work with a range of clients, and I specialize in addressing concerns such as depression, anxiety, and navigating life transitions. My approach is strengths-based, person-centered, and trauma-informed with emphasis on your own personal growth towards your goals. "
(844) 784-7496
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"**Currently accepting new clients *** Therapy is most effective when clients feel safe and seen. Because of this, I aim to create an accepting, non-judgemental, and inclusive space for you to be your true self. I work with a range of clients, and I specialize in addressing concerns such as depression, anxiety, and navigating life transitions. My approach is strengths-based, person-centered, and trauma-informed with emphasis on your own personal growth towards your goals. "
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"Are you depressed, anxious, fearful, angry? Are you struggling with marital, parental, familial, relationship, employment issues. I have been working with adults, adolescents, couples and family's for over 25 years. My goal is to help individuals function at their full social, intellectual and emotional levels. I help couples communicate and function to the best of their capabilities. I work with individual clients and support them work through their depression and anxieties. Creating a supportive and warm environment is always my focus."
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"Are you depressed, anxious, fearful, angry? Are you struggling with marital, parental, familial, relationship, employment issues. I have been working with adults, adolescents, couples and family's for over 25 years. My goal is to help individuals function at their full social, intellectual and emotional levels. I help couples communicate and function to the best of their capabilities. I work with individual clients and support them work through their depression and anxieties. Creating a supportive and warm environment is always my focus."
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"I employ an eclectic treatment approach tailored to a client's goals and individual needs. My style is collaborative and non-judgmental. From short-term crisis intervention to longer term self exploration and growth, I utilize a range of therapeutic interventions including but not limited to CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and EMDR to support the process of change and the enhancement of one's life satisfaction. "
(646) 699-3933
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"I employ an eclectic treatment approach tailored to a client's goals and individual needs. My style is collaborative and non-judgmental. From short-term crisis intervention to longer term self exploration and growth, I utilize a range of therapeutic interventions including but not limited to CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and EMDR to support the process of change and the enhancement of one's life satisfaction. "
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"“As no one else can know how we perceive, we are the best experts on ourselves.” Though attaining complete self-awareness may take a lifetime to acquire, ultimately the greater our self-awareness the more success we will have in changing ourselves and changing the way we interact with others. Caitlin Kelly is an experienced counselor, having counseled patients for a decade and a half, including adults, children and adolescents, suffering from anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, trauma and grief. She is especially knowledgeable about the unique challenges facing performing artists of all ages."
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"“As no one else can know how we perceive, we are the best experts on ourselves.” Though attaining complete self-awareness may take a lifetime to acquire, ultimately the greater our self-awareness the more success we will have in changing ourselves and changing the way we interact with others. Caitlin Kelly is an experienced counselor, having counseled patients for a decade and a half, including adults, children and adolescents, suffering from anxiety, depression, adjustment disorders, trauma and grief. She is especially knowledgeable about the unique challenges facing performing artists of all ages."
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"*I am currently taking new patients and practicing virtually. When you are physically ill you turn to your doctor, hoping he or she can help you feel better. Problems like depression, anxiety, impulsivity, uncontrollable anger, or low self-confidence can be as painful, if not more so, than physical illness; they can also create serious relationship and work difficulties. I have over 25 years of experience and I have helped many adults, adolescents, and couples who had received limited or no benefit from previous therapists, other doctors, or medications. I work well with people who are skeptical of, or intimidated by, talk therapy."
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"*I am currently taking new patients and practicing virtually. When you are physically ill you turn to your doctor, hoping he or she can help you feel better. Problems like depression, anxiety, impulsivity, uncontrollable anger, or low self-confidence can be as painful, if not more so, than physical illness; they can also create serious relationship and work difficulties. I have over 25 years of experience and I have helped many adults, adolescents, and couples who had received limited or no benefit from previous therapists, other doctors, or medications. I work well with people who are skeptical of, or intimidated by, talk therapy."
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"I provide Art Therapy to individuals and groups to maximize your creative potential and work through fears, addictions, loss, resistance and whatever prevents you from living your most fulfilling life. Art Therapy is an evidence-based, experiential form of psychotherapy, using the creative process through painting, drawing, sculpting or any other creative medium that a client chooses. This process, under the guidance of a credentialed therapist, allows clients to safely express feelings that can be obscured in verbal expression, leading to heightened insight and self-awareness, innovation, self-esteem, empowerment and change. "
(929) 239-3525
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"I provide Art Therapy to individuals and groups to maximize your creative potential and work through fears, addictions, loss, resistance and whatever prevents you from living your most fulfilling life. Art Therapy is an evidence-based, experiential form of psychotherapy, using the creative process through painting, drawing, sculpting or any other creative medium that a client chooses. This process, under the guidance of a credentialed therapist, allows clients to safely express feelings that can be obscured in verbal expression, leading to heightened insight and self-awareness, innovation, self-esteem, empowerment and change. "
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"Therapy provides the opportunity for you to examine your feelings, thoughts and behavior in a collaborative environment. I am here to listen, help you gain insight into your concerns and identify how to make positive changes in your life. With a supportive therapeutic relationship, I will provide a safe space for you to process your inner thoughts and challenging moments. "
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"Therapy provides the opportunity for you to examine your feelings, thoughts and behavior in a collaborative environment. I am here to listen, help you gain insight into your concerns and identify how to make positive changes in your life. With a supportive therapeutic relationship, I will provide a safe space for you to process your inner thoughts and challenging moments. "
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"I work with many individuals with diverse backgrounds and challenges including trauma/PTSD, overcoming complicated intimate and familial relationships, social anxiety and phobias, queer support, and feelings of being stagnant professionally and emotionally. Whether you are looking to relieve suffering, find joy in your relationships, or to improve satisfaction in your daily life, therapy will help you to cultivate and sustain the change you are seeking. I have a comprehensive background in various treatment settings with the expertise to tailor your therapeutic experience to best fit your psychological and physiological needs. "
(646) 362-1156
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"I work with many individuals with diverse backgrounds and challenges including trauma/PTSD, overcoming complicated intimate and familial relationships, social anxiety and phobias, queer support, and feelings of being stagnant professionally and emotionally. Whether you are looking to relieve suffering, find joy in your relationships, or to improve satisfaction in your daily life, therapy will help you to cultivate and sustain the change you are seeking. I have a comprehensive background in various treatment settings with the expertise to tailor your therapeutic experience to best fit your psychological and physiological needs. "
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"As a therapist, my goal is to work in collaboration with you to gain clarity and ultimately heal, so you can be your best self and live the life you want to live. My approach is compassionate, genuine, and non-judgmental. Therapy can be a transformative relationship where you explore obstacles to your growth in a safe environment. I incorporate a variety of skills into my practice, such as mindfulness, solution-focused strategies, and cognitive behavioral techniques. "
(347) 415-6626
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"As a therapist, my goal is to work in collaboration with you to gain clarity and ultimately heal, so you can be your best self and live the life you want to live. My approach is compassionate, genuine, and non-judgmental. Therapy can be a transformative relationship where you explore obstacles to your growth in a safe environment. I incorporate a variety of skills into my practice, such as mindfulness, solution-focused strategies, and cognitive behavioral techniques. "
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"Growth happens in relationship with others, and therapy is a place to experience a non-judgmental, empathic, personalized, and unique approach to growth and change. My aim is to help you, your child, or your family find and build on the strengths you already have to meet challenges as they come, creating more enriching relationships and meaningful life paths. I am a social worker who has been practicing with teens and young adults for the past 12 years. My areas of specialty include behavioral issues, grief, trauma, identity development, independence, stress management, and family relationships. "
(848) 233-4348
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"Growth happens in relationship with others, and therapy is a place to experience a non-judgmental, empathic, personalized, and unique approach to growth and change. My aim is to help you, your child, or your family find and build on the strengths you already have to meet challenges as they come, creating more enriching relationships and meaningful life paths. I am a social worker who has been practicing with teens and young adults for the past 12 years. My areas of specialty include behavioral issues, grief, trauma, identity development, independence, stress management, and family relationships. "
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"I am a Bilingual/Bicultural therapist who takes pride in working with clients of diverse backgrounds. As your therapist my goal is to work with you in a collaborative way, using a culturally humble lens and awareness that "one size does not fit all." In my practice I work with Pre-Teen/Tweens, Adolescents, and Adults in an effort towards identifying solutions that promote growth, healing and life satisfaction through use of the therapeutic relationship."
(347) 434-6404
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"I am a Bilingual/Bicultural therapist who takes pride in working with clients of diverse backgrounds. As your therapist my goal is to work with you in a collaborative way, using a culturally humble lens and awareness that "one size does not fit all." In my practice I work with Pre-Teen/Tweens, Adolescents, and Adults in an effort towards identifying solutions that promote growth, healing and life satisfaction through use of the therapeutic relationship."
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"Societal norms today often inaccurately inform us that asking for help or being vulnerable is a sign of weakness. As a result, many of us tend to get “stuck” in dynamics that just aren't working for us. In the words of Brene Brown, “vulnerability is not weakness, it is our greatest measure of courage”. Therapy success rates are often dictated by the 'ideal client-therapist fit'. Whatever your concern is, let’s talk it through and see if we are a good fit to collaboratively work through the challenges that you are facing. No issue is insignificant enough for therapy if it is taking away from your joy and quality of living."
(833) 775-6252
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"Societal norms today often inaccurately inform us that asking for help or being vulnerable is a sign of weakness. As a result, many of us tend to get “stuck” in dynamics that just aren't working for us. In the words of Brene Brown, “vulnerability is not weakness, it is our greatest measure of courage”. Therapy success rates are often dictated by the 'ideal client-therapist fit'. Whatever your concern is, let’s talk it through and see if we are a good fit to collaboratively work through the challenges that you are facing. No issue is insignificant enough for therapy if it is taking away from your joy and quality of living."
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"As a bi-cultural and native New Yorker I am dedicated to providing a safe, non-judgmental, therapeutic space for individuals of all backgrounds. The idea of therapy can be difficult for so many because of mental health stigmas, cultural stigmas, as well as a lack of connection with professionals."
(917) 920-2097
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"As a bi-cultural and native New Yorker I am dedicated to providing a safe, non-judgmental, therapeutic space for individuals of all backgrounds. The idea of therapy can be difficult for so many because of mental health stigmas, cultural stigmas, as well as a lack of connection with professionals."

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