MHC-LP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I practice with the belief the client is the expert and through therapeutic collaboration, we can uncover blocks and discover solutions. My clients can expect an attentive listener who is nonjudgmental and will offer objective insight with humor and honesty. I strive to create a safe space to heal, strengthen, and reconnect with your deeper values."
(718) 831-6015
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"I practice with the belief the client is the expert and through therapeutic collaboration, we can uncover blocks and discover solutions. My clients can expect an attentive listener who is nonjudgmental and will offer objective insight with humor and honesty. I strive to create a safe space to heal, strengthen, and reconnect with your deeper values."
North Brooklyn Marriage & Family Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Relationships can bring us joy, but when there are communication or conflict resolution problems, that joy has the potential to turn into frustration and disappointment. I specialize in working with individuals and couples to help find that joy again. At its best therapy is collaborative and interactive. By creating a warm, non-judgmental environment you will have the safe space to explore any historical experiences that are limiting you and or your relationship. Through the use of both short-term solution-focused therapy and deeper relational techniques, I guide clients to find the relationships they long for."
(718) 785-9718
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"Relationships can bring us joy, but when there are communication or conflict resolution problems, that joy has the potential to turn into frustration and disappointment. I specialize in working with individuals and couples to help find that joy again. At its best therapy is collaborative and interactive. By creating a warm, non-judgmental environment you will have the safe space to explore any historical experiences that are limiting you and or your relationship. Through the use of both short-term solution-focused therapy and deeper relational techniques, I guide clients to find the relationships they long for."
Lieba Swartz-Brownstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"When I show up with a client, I bring empathy, wholeheartedness, and a commitment to build a safe and trusting relationship. What I love most about my work is helping folks feel in order to heal. My goal for my clients is to help them live a life of value and to feel they have the tools and skills they need to “live a life worth living,” as DBT founder Marsha Linahan says. I want my clients to know their worth, their value, and that they’re brave, so they can live lives full of love, belonging, and acceptance. I want to give them the skills to explore, the heals to heal, and the confidence to be. "
(917) 905-1090
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"When I show up with a client, I bring empathy, wholeheartedness, and a commitment to build a safe and trusting relationship. What I love most about my work is helping folks feel in order to heal. My goal for my clients is to help them live a life of value and to feel they have the tools and skills they need to “live a life worth living,” as DBT founder Marsha Linahan says. I want my clients to know their worth, their value, and that they’re brave, so they can live lives full of love, belonging, and acceptance. I want to give them the skills to explore, the heals to heal, and the confidence to be. "
Alicia Perez,
MHC-LP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a collaborative, direct, and affirming therapist. In my work with clients, I utilize an integrated approach that is tailored to meet the individual needs of clients. My approach to therapy includes but is not limited to, exploring different parts of oneself with IFS therapy, modifying maladaptive thoughts and beliefs using CBT, Emotion regulation and behavioral change using DBT, mindfulness/relaxation and Trauma work using CPT and IFS. "
(415) 548-8428
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"I am a collaborative, direct, and affirming therapist. In my work with clients, I utilize an integrated approach that is tailored to meet the individual needs of clients. My approach to therapy includes but is not limited to, exploring different parts of oneself with IFS therapy, modifying maladaptive thoughts and beliefs using CBT, Emotion regulation and behavioral change using DBT, mindfulness/relaxation and Trauma work using CPT and IFS. "
Rebecca Sinclair, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a licensed psychologist and Director of Psychological Services at Brooklyn Minds. I have a special interest in working with children, adolescents, and young adults. I specialize in using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), shown to be effective treatment for difficulties such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, panic, phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder, selective mutism, oppositional-defiant disorder, tics and depression. Treatment first focuses on creating a collaborative relationship built on identifying goals. I then work to individualize specific treatment to create an experience that is active, collaborative, and results-oriented."
(929) 238-9321
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"I am a licensed psychologist and Director of Psychological Services at Brooklyn Minds. I have a special interest in working with children, adolescents, and young adults. I specialize in using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), shown to be effective treatment for difficulties such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, panic, phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder, selective mutism, oppositional-defiant disorder, tics and depression. Treatment first focuses on creating a collaborative relationship built on identifying goals. I then work to individualize specific treatment to create an experience that is active, collaborative, and results-oriented."
Kateri Berasi, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome! I honor your decision to consider psychotherapy. I ask you to consider the following: Who are you? What are the experiences, beliefs, and feelings that make you unique? What are your concerns or things you would like to change? What adjustments could improve your life, and how might you go about doing this? Psychotherapy is a safe environment in which to explore such questions. Through a collaborative process, we will work to build connections and make meaning, with the ultimate goal of enriching your life. Let me help you access joy in your process of personal transformation and evolution! "
(914) 996-4557
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"Welcome! I honor your decision to consider psychotherapy. I ask you to consider the following: Who are you? What are the experiences, beliefs, and feelings that make you unique? What are your concerns or things you would like to change? What adjustments could improve your life, and how might you go about doing this? Psychotherapy is a safe environment in which to explore such questions. Through a collaborative process, we will work to build connections and make meaning, with the ultimate goal of enriching your life. Let me help you access joy in your process of personal transformation and evolution! "
Rachel Beth Hott, Psychologist
Psychologist, MMT, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have been working with clients for over 30 years combining my NLP/Hypnosis/Dance Movement Therapy and traditional Clinical Psychology training. My orientation is short term solution focussed. When a client comes for a session we identify their goals and determine what technique(s) would be most helpful. My clients will often say that they have received lifelong tools and have new perspectives and breakthroughs with themselves and their relationships."
(646) 762-0183
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"I have been working with clients for over 30 years combining my NLP/Hypnosis/Dance Movement Therapy and traditional Clinical Psychology training. My orientation is short term solution focussed. When a client comes for a session we identify their goals and determine what technique(s) would be most helpful. My clients will often say that they have received lifelong tools and have new perspectives and breakthroughs with themselves and their relationships."
Elizabeth Verdesoto, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Born in Ecuador and raised in New York City, I have first hand experience in the diverse and complex lives of New Yorkers. We are always on the move, going from one place to the other so often that it seems like we do not have time to sit down and get to know ourselves. Our hectic lifestyles can lead to feelings of anxiety, depression, and overwhelming amounts of stress which can affect our quality of life. We may also be impacted by trauma and other hardships that may be affecting our relationships, our work, our school to the point that it does not seem feasible to live a "normal" life."
(718) 404-9616
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"Born in Ecuador and raised in New York City, I have first hand experience in the diverse and complex lives of New Yorkers. We are always on the move, going from one place to the other so often that it seems like we do not have time to sit down and get to know ourselves. Our hectic lifestyles can lead to feelings of anxiety, depression, and overwhelming amounts of stress which can affect our quality of life. We may also be impacted by trauma and other hardships that may be affecting our relationships, our work, our school to the point that it does not seem feasible to live a "normal" life."
Sia Lenaburg, MHC-LP,
MHC-LP
Verified by Psychology Today
"My goal is to efficiently and sustainably offer you tools you can use to support healing and to become more mindful in practical, everyday ways; to reach beyond where you already are in order to move to your optimal expression; to find a deepened self-acceptance, increased self-compassion, and a greater sense of wholeness."
(415) 895-9642
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"My goal is to efficiently and sustainably offer you tools you can use to support healing and to become more mindful in practical, everyday ways; to reach beyond where you already are in order to move to your optimal expression; to find a deepened self-acceptance, increased self-compassion, and a greater sense of wholeness."
John Burton Wallace V, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"The wager of talk-therapy is that, by lending an ear to what one says, one can learn something about one's desire, enjoyment, pain, and suffering. In this sense, talk-therapy is an ethical practice. My practice is guided by this wager, though one at a time and according to the singularity of each. "
(917) 909-2571
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"The wager of talk-therapy is that, by lending an ear to what one says, one can learn something about one's desire, enjoyment, pain, and suffering. In this sense, talk-therapy is an ethical practice. My practice is guided by this wager, though one at a time and according to the singularity of each. "
Rachel Schwartz,
LCAT, MT-BC, CASAC, AVPT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist, Music Therapist, and Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor. I offer verbal therapy in conjunction with music therapy and the creative arts tools to assist you in your process. My specialties are in treating anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, early addiction (your own or in your struggle with the addiction of a loved one), codependency, and children facing parents' separation and/or divorce. I work from a supportive approach, psychodynamically and psychoanalytically. "
(516) 629-5607
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"I am a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist, Music Therapist, and Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor. I offer verbal therapy in conjunction with music therapy and the creative arts tools to assist you in your process. My specialties are in treating anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, early addiction (your own or in your struggle with the addiction of a loved one), codependency, and children facing parents' separation and/or divorce. I work from a supportive approach, psychodynamically and psychoanalytically. "
Sara S Aigen,
MHC-LP, MA
"*ACCEPTING CLIENTS FOR SUNDAY HOURS* I understand that for many, therapy can feel like a last resort to deal with everything that life throws at us. I believe, however, that it is actually the first step towards a less painful and more fulfilling way of living. I also respect the challenges involved in engaging in the therapeutic process and am committed to making sure my clients feel safe, secure, and supported throughout our time together."
(929) 203-5359
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"*ACCEPTING CLIENTS FOR SUNDAY HOURS* I understand that for many, therapy can feel like a last resort to deal with everything that life throws at us. I believe, however, that it is actually the first step towards a less painful and more fulfilling way of living. I also respect the challenges involved in engaging in the therapeutic process and am committed to making sure my clients feel safe, secure, and supported throughout our time together."
Lydia Fleck, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Many people begin therapeutic work with me because they are ready to make a change but do not know how or where to begin. Sometimes work stress, life changes, relationships and family problems can become stressful or hard to manage. This can lead to depression, anxiety, or unhealthy ways of coping. I will help you develop your own insight and understanding as we establish new skills and strategies for sustaining change. I will listen attentively and respond fully. My style in therapy is active, calm, and non-judgmental; I work to create a confidential space to explore the issues and challenges that are most important to you. "
(917) 720-4921
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"Many people begin therapeutic work with me because they are ready to make a change but do not know how or where to begin. Sometimes work stress, life changes, relationships and family problems can become stressful or hard to manage. This can lead to depression, anxiety, or unhealthy ways of coping. I will help you develop your own insight and understanding as we establish new skills and strategies for sustaining change. I will listen attentively and respond fully. My style in therapy is active, calm, and non-judgmental; I work to create a confidential space to explore the issues and challenges that are most important to you. "
Tom Moglia,
MS, Ed, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Right now, I'm trying to put myself in your shoes. The first question that I typically ask my clients is "What brings you here today?" You will answer that question in a way that only you can. Reaching out for help isn't easy. It's a lesson in vulnerability. You're taking the first step by searching for a professional and trying to make sense of the way you're feeling right now."
(347) 370-3923
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"Right now, I'm trying to put myself in your shoes. The first question that I typically ask my clients is "What brings you here today?" You will answer that question in a way that only you can. Reaching out for help isn't easy. It's a lesson in vulnerability. You're taking the first step by searching for a professional and trying to make sense of the way you're feeling right now."
Liz Gromosaik, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"The decision to begin therapy is often difficult, however, it usually comes at a time when you are ready to make significant changes in your life and confront barriers that are holding back your personal growth. I strive to create a warm, supportive and nonjudgmental environment in which you can gain insight into yourself and your relationships."
(917) 924-6750
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"The decision to begin therapy is often difficult, however, it usually comes at a time when you are ready to make significant changes in your life and confront barriers that are holding back your personal growth. I strive to create a warm, supportive and nonjudgmental environment in which you can gain insight into yourself and your relationships."
Rose Ellen Bilanow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are looking for a fresh new perspective that differs from your past counseling experiences, you will find it with me. I think boldly and creatively when it comes to addressing your issues head on. If you are feeling stuck in any aspect of your life, I can help you to move forward quickly and effectively. I get straight to the heart of the matter and am good at helping you to accurately categorize your thoughts. In addition to a broad range of clinical knowlege and experience, my work with you is informed by a wealth of life experience. "
(917) 809-6069
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"If you are looking for a fresh new perspective that differs from your past counseling experiences, you will find it with me. I think boldly and creatively when it comes to addressing your issues head on. If you are feeling stuck in any aspect of your life, I can help you to move forward quickly and effectively. I get straight to the heart of the matter and am good at helping you to accurately categorize your thoughts. In addition to a broad range of clinical knowlege and experience, my work with you is informed by a wealth of life experience. "
Meghan M Jablonski, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"In my practice, I work with adults and adolescents seeking help with anxiety, depression, adjustment to life and relationship changes, adjustment to parenthood, stress management, personal growth and creative growth. I work with couples in the process of reconciling or seeking closure for their relationships. I see therapy as a collaborative relationship, working together to meet mutually agreed upon treatment goals. My primary treatment orientation is psychodynamic and I incorporate cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, and Flow-based practices to promote relaxation and wellness."
(646) 699-3448
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"In my practice, I work with adults and adolescents seeking help with anxiety, depression, adjustment to life and relationship changes, adjustment to parenthood, stress management, personal growth and creative growth. I work with couples in the process of reconciling or seeking closure for their relationships. I see therapy as a collaborative relationship, working together to meet mutually agreed upon treatment goals. My primary treatment orientation is psychodynamic and I incorporate cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, and Flow-based practices to promote relaxation and wellness."
Lucia Perez-Kleine, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC, LCAT, ATR-BC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Brené Brown wrote, "Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen." As a psychotherapist licensed in Mental Health Counseling and Art Therapy, I work collaboratively with you using verbal therapy and/or art making to help you look more deeply at yourself within the context of your history. My goal is to help you change your life to meet your needs and be your most authentic self. Therapy should be a safe and nonjudgmental space and my approach is warm and empathic, but one that acknowledges the importance of addressing areas that may be obstacles to your happiness."
(929) 334-3358
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"Brené Brown wrote, "Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen." As a psychotherapist licensed in Mental Health Counseling and Art Therapy, I work collaboratively with you using verbal therapy and/or art making to help you look more deeply at yourself within the context of your history. My goal is to help you change your life to meet your needs and be your most authentic self. Therapy should be a safe and nonjudgmental space and my approach is warm and empathic, but one that acknowledges the importance of addressing areas that may be obstacles to your happiness."
Kira Glastein, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, CASAC-T
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy can be a way for you to get to where you want to be in life. I hope to guide you towards a healthier way of living, based on goals that you want to set for yourself. Life can be full of stress caused by unhealthy relationships, toxic work environments, financial challenges, and a host of other factors. I will work with you in an individualized process to create change and growth in your life."
(646) 846-7378
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"Therapy can be a way for you to get to where you want to be in life. I hope to guide you towards a healthier way of living, based on goals that you want to set for yourself. Life can be full of stress caused by unhealthy relationships, toxic work environments, financial challenges, and a host of other factors. I will work with you in an individualized process to create change and growth in your life."
Loren O'Neil, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SIFI
Verified by Psychology Today
"My therapeutic approach is based on the notion that we have an inbuilt propensity towards self-actualization and that the job of the therapist is to help identify and remove obstacles, with the rest following from the innate tendency to grow. I use humanist and cognitive-behavioral frameworks to help individuals take action to reduce stress and pain in their lives. DBT and CBT approaches to treatment can help people develop mindfulness and interpersonal skills that support the ability to focus, manage stress, regulate emotions, and identify underlying beliefs that perpetuate problematic patterns of thinking and behaving."
(860) 300-3983
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"My therapeutic approach is based on the notion that we have an inbuilt propensity towards self-actualization and that the job of the therapist is to help identify and remove obstacles, with the rest following from the innate tendency to grow. I use humanist and cognitive-behavioral frameworks to help individuals take action to reduce stress and pain in their lives. DBT and CBT approaches to treatment can help people develop mindfulness and interpersonal skills that support the ability to focus, manage stress, regulate emotions, and identify underlying beliefs that perpetuate problematic patterns of thinking and behaving."

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