Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"I have been working in the social work field since 1984. About 25 years ago, I started my full time private practice, and can still say that I love what I do. 30 years working with people provides me with a wealth of knowledge. A client only needs to bring themselves and have a willingness to commit to the therapeutic process. I have also enjoyed teaching as an adjunct instructor at The Adelphi University School of Social Work, where I teach graduate level classes in Individual Treatment, Group Treatment and Family/Marital Treatment."
(631) 898-4135
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"I have been working in the social work field since 1984. About 25 years ago, I started my full time private practice, and can still say that I love what I do. 30 years working with people provides me with a wealth of knowledge. A client only needs to bring themselves and have a willingness to commit to the therapeutic process. I have also enjoyed teaching as an adjunct instructor at The Adelphi University School of Social Work, where I teach graduate level classes in Individual Treatment, Group Treatment and Family/Marital Treatment."
Naomi Mann, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
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"Therapy is about helping you to reduce your pain and to replace your pain with strength. Therapy gives you an opportunity to find your way to overcoming the difficulties which have brought you to therapy. Many changes can then occur in your life as you expand your ability to problem solve and move toward living your life with more fulfillment and satisfaction."
(516) 513-8712
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"Therapy is about helping you to reduce your pain and to replace your pain with strength. Therapy gives you an opportunity to find your way to overcoming the difficulties which have brought you to therapy. Many changes can then occur in your life as you expand your ability to problem solve and move toward living your life with more fulfillment and satisfaction."
Irene Milonas Psy.d., Psychologist
Psychologist, Psy.D.
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"It is particularly important for one to feel connected with and deeply understood by the psychologist that they choose. My approach to therapy is welcoming, empathetic, collaborative, and draws upon years of experience gained working in outpatient settings and schools. I have extensive experience and training using cognitive-behavioral techniques in working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. I have specialized training in crisis-intervention, individual therapy, family therapy, play-therapy, and in conducting assessments."
(631) 295-4611
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"It is particularly important for one to feel connected with and deeply understood by the psychologist that they choose. My approach to therapy is welcoming, empathetic, collaborative, and draws upon years of experience gained working in outpatient settings and schools. I have extensive experience and training using cognitive-behavioral techniques in working with children, adolescents, adults, and families. I have specialized training in crisis-intervention, individual therapy, family therapy, play-therapy, and in conducting assessments."
Linda Ganzenmuller, Psychologist
Psychologist, MS, PsyD
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"My practice focusses on helping caregivers, adults, and the elderly. Finding psychological care for seniors can be difficult. Finding support for caregivers can be just as hard. If you are either, then I am here to support you through the loneliness, frustration, anxiety, depression, and major life changes that come with time; and to work on the rifts that damage these important, life-long relationships. Caregiving sessions are for anyone caring for someone of any age or disability. Adult / Elderly therapy is for anyone addressing later-life challenges, especially once their children have left to have families of their own."
(631) 392-7048
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"My practice focusses on helping caregivers, adults, and the elderly. Finding psychological care for seniors can be difficult. Finding support for caregivers can be just as hard. If you are either, then I am here to support you through the loneliness, frustration, anxiety, depression, and major life changes that come with time; and to work on the rifts that damage these important, life-long relationships. Caregiving sessions are for anyone caring for someone of any age or disability. Adult / Elderly therapy is for anyone addressing later-life challenges, especially once their children have left to have families of their own."
Stacey Tanenbaum,
LMSW
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"I specialize in helping adolescents and adults that are suffering from depression, anxiety, grief, loss and emotional regulation. My practice primarily focuses on working with children with special needs including learning differences, ADHD, Autism, mental health disorders and other developmental, genetic or chronic conditions and their parents."
(631) 212-2384
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"I specialize in helping adolescents and adults that are suffering from depression, anxiety, grief, loss and emotional regulation. My practice primarily focuses on working with children with special needs including learning differences, ADHD, Autism, mental health disorders and other developmental, genetic or chronic conditions and their parents."
Jill Kofler, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
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"I believe that the work of therapy is about developing a healthy relationship with oneself and with other people in the community in order to live a happy and meaningful life. It is about finding ways to live in balance and with integrity in what can be a complicated and difficult world that does not always make that easy. Often times we need a "tune up" in handling our emotions and developing better coping skills to approach new or different circumstances in life. This is what therapy is all about. Its creating an experience that enables you to be comfortable sharing in order to grow."
(631) 651-1748
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"I believe that the work of therapy is about developing a healthy relationship with oneself and with other people in the community in order to live a happy and meaningful life. It is about finding ways to live in balance and with integrity in what can be a complicated and difficult world that does not always make that easy. Often times we need a "tune up" in handling our emotions and developing better coping skills to approach new or different circumstances in life. This is what therapy is all about. Its creating an experience that enables you to be comfortable sharing in order to grow."
Sean Stewart, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
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"Sean Stewart is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) who received his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from SUNY New Paltz and his Master's degree from Stony Brook University. His work experience is vast, but has always revolved around the field of mental health. Sean did case management work for people with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, intellectual disabilities, and borderline personality disorder. He's also practiced extensive psychotherapy in a county mental health clinic working with people of varying ages with a wide range of issues."
(631) 203-1105
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"Sean Stewart is a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) who received his Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from SUNY New Paltz and his Master's degree from Stony Brook University. His work experience is vast, but has always revolved around the field of mental health. Sean did case management work for people with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, intellectual disabilities, and borderline personality disorder. He's also practiced extensive psychotherapy in a county mental health clinic working with people of varying ages with a wide range of issues."
Anna Palisi-Bastone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"I have been working as a Clinical Social worker for over 17 years. I have extensive experience working with adolescents, adults, family and couples coping with symptoms of Anxiety, Depression, PTSD and ADHD. I assist families and couples on building healthy communication to repair broken relationships. My goal is help you gain the tools needed to heal and foster emotional stability. Taking the first step towards change, takes a lot of courage but you will be guided with support throughout the process."
(631) 419-7129
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"I have been working as a Clinical Social worker for over 17 years. I have extensive experience working with adolescents, adults, family and couples coping with symptoms of Anxiety, Depression, PTSD and ADHD. I assist families and couples on building healthy communication to repair broken relationships. My goal is help you gain the tools needed to heal and foster emotional stability. Taking the first step towards change, takes a lot of courage but you will be guided with support throughout the process."
Wauldred M Jones-Murdock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
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"I'm a Psychiatric Clinical Social Worker who has a vast knowledge working with child/adolescent, and families. For the past 14 years I have worked with a clinical interdisciplinary treatment team in a Psychiatric Hospital focusing on a multimodal treatment approach to a myriad of mental health issues."
(516) 246-2257
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"I'm a Psychiatric Clinical Social Worker who has a vast knowledge working with child/adolescent, and families. For the past 14 years I have worked with a clinical interdisciplinary treatment team in a Psychiatric Hospital focusing on a multimodal treatment approach to a myriad of mental health issues."
Joseph Conlon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
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"Are you concerned with your child/adolescent's developmental, emotional, or behavioral needs? I help parents understand their child’s needs, empower parents with effective tools, and help children learn the skills to live a fulfilling life. I have 8 years of experience serving children, adolescents, and families living with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, anxiety, depression, and behavioral issues. "
(631) 994-1645
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"Are you concerned with your child/adolescent's developmental, emotional, or behavioral needs? I help parents understand their child’s needs, empower parents with effective tools, and help children learn the skills to live a fulfilling life. I have 8 years of experience serving children, adolescents, and families living with autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, anxiety, depression, and behavioral issues. "
Frances Muzio, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
"New in 2018 - I now offer SMART therapy (Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment), for children and teens addressing oppositional behavior, tantrums, depression and anxiety. I provide treatment for adults of unresolved emotional injuries from childhood, post traumatic stress, depression, and anxiety. Therapy is directed toward understanding and replacing maladaptive ways of coping, such as addictions, disordered eating, or self-harm, with healthier ways, identifying the emotions that drive these behaviors. I also treat acute trauma in clients of all ages, that can result from accidents, emergency or on going medical care, and inter-personal or community violence."
(631) 651-1459
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"New in 2018 - I now offer SMART therapy (Sensory Motor Arousal Regulation Treatment), for children and teens addressing oppositional behavior, tantrums, depression and anxiety. I provide treatment for adults of unresolved emotional injuries from childhood, post traumatic stress, depression, and anxiety. Therapy is directed toward understanding and replacing maladaptive ways of coping, such as addictions, disordered eating, or self-harm, with healthier ways, identifying the emotions that drive these behaviors. I also treat acute trauma in clients of all ages, that can result from accidents, emergency or on going medical care, and inter-personal or community violence."
Karen E Seeman, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, CASAC
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"We cannot undo the pain that we have experienced in our lives, but we can learn to practice acceptance, cope with ups and downs, and resolve the challenges that prevent us from finding true peace. Learning to love ourselves through the process of owning our stories is one of the bravest things that we can do. Many things have lead you to this point and I know it can feel overwhelming to work towards change by yourself. The truth is, you don't have to do this alone. Destructive thoughts and emotions thrive in loneliness and isolation. Working with a skilled therapist can give you the support and tools to start feeling better."
(631) 250-4837
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"We cannot undo the pain that we have experienced in our lives, but we can learn to practice acceptance, cope with ups and downs, and resolve the challenges that prevent us from finding true peace. Learning to love ourselves through the process of owning our stories is one of the bravest things that we can do. Many things have lead you to this point and I know it can feel overwhelming to work towards change by yourself. The truth is, you don't have to do this alone. Destructive thoughts and emotions thrive in loneliness and isolation. Working with a skilled therapist can give you the support and tools to start feeling better."
Lauren S. McCabe Sperber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMSW
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"Do you feel like no one could possibly understand you? That your life experiences have either changed your view on life or never let you become who you wanted to be? Trauma can lead to feelings of numbness one minute and anxiety the next. It can have you feeling like your fighting off waves of emotions. One minute your tredding water just to get by, the next you’re overcome by the waves and you can’t breathe. I can guide you through these ups and downs. Together we can build a therapy plan to meet your needs so you can have that life that you’ve envisioned. "
(631) 212-1227
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"Do you feel like no one could possibly understand you? That your life experiences have either changed your view on life or never let you become who you wanted to be? Trauma can lead to feelings of numbness one minute and anxiety the next. It can have you feeling like your fighting off waves of emotions. One minute your tredding water just to get by, the next you’re overcome by the waves and you can’t breathe. I can guide you through these ups and downs. Together we can build a therapy plan to meet your needs so you can have that life that you’ve envisioned. "
Sheila Schechtman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
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"Life seems to get in the way of accomplishing the goals we set for ourselves. I believe that all people have the ability to improve their self-esteem and build satisfying relationships. At times it is necessary to speak to an objective professional to get help with these issues. I can guide you as you take the necessary steps towards reducing stress and anxiety, overcoming depression or sadness, and enhancing family and couple relationships. My clients range in age from late teens to older adults; they are individuals, couples and families."
(631) 881-4525
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"Life seems to get in the way of accomplishing the goals we set for ourselves. I believe that all people have the ability to improve their self-esteem and build satisfying relationships. At times it is necessary to speak to an objective professional to get help with these issues. I can guide you as you take the necessary steps towards reducing stress and anxiety, overcoming depression or sadness, and enhancing family and couple relationships. My clients range in age from late teens to older adults; they are individuals, couples and families."
Gene Foley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Using the science-based technique (CBT) cognitive behavior therapy, I will help you explore thoughts about people, places, and things in your life. We can either learn to be happier in the lives we have, or gain the strength and motivation to change it into the life we want. Therapy is best when it is a conversation between two genuine people. I like the analogy of the therapist as a seasoned woodsman, who meets you, lost in your personal forest. As you walk and talk, the woodsman subtly uses known cues about how to get out of the woods."
(631) 496-2384
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"Using the science-based technique (CBT) cognitive behavior therapy, I will help you explore thoughts about people, places, and things in your life. We can either learn to be happier in the lives we have, or gain the strength and motivation to change it into the life we want. Therapy is best when it is a conversation between two genuine people. I like the analogy of the therapist as a seasoned woodsman, who meets you, lost in your personal forest. As you walk and talk, the woodsman subtly uses known cues about how to get out of the woods."
Kimberly Nofi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, E-RYT, CHHC
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"My area of special interest has been working with children, adolescents, young adults and families dealing with anxiety, ADHD, personality disorders, self esteem issues, eating disorders, peer relationships and divorce. I believe it is vital to create a safe space for children/adolescents to help them make positive decisions, while assisting them to have more gratifying experiences and maintain strong and healthy connections to their families."
(516) 219-9267
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"My area of special interest has been working with children, adolescents, young adults and families dealing with anxiety, ADHD, personality disorders, self esteem issues, eating disorders, peer relationships and divorce. I believe it is vital to create a safe space for children/adolescents to help them make positive decisions, while assisting them to have more gratifying experiences and maintain strong and healthy connections to their families."
August Thilberg
MA, FMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you find yourself constantly worrying about others, what they may think, or how they feel? Are you feeling overwhelmed by stress and anxiety? Or even feeling that it is hard to get through your everyday routine? It is never too late to make that change to improve your life. "
(631) 212-2422
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"Do you find yourself constantly worrying about others, what they may think, or how they feel? Are you feeling overwhelmed by stress and anxiety? Or even feeling that it is hard to get through your everyday routine? It is never too late to make that change to improve your life. "
Barbara Edell Fisher, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy is a collaborative process. When people take a step towards improving their lives, it is vital that they feel comfortable, safe and respected by their therapist. By building a trusting relationship, I help people to use their strengths and learn how to thrive even in the face of difficult emotions and circumstances."
(631) 595-5303
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"Therapy is a collaborative process. When people take a step towards improving their lives, it is vital that they feel comfortable, safe and respected by their therapist. By building a trusting relationship, I help people to use their strengths and learn how to thrive even in the face of difficult emotions and circumstances."
Patricia Centamore, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
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"As a licensed clinical social worker for 26 years, I have had the privilege of working with people of all ages. My youngest client was 5 years old and my eldest to date 85. The range of issues addressed were as varied. I have found that the single most important factor in a successful therapeutic outcome lies within the relationship between therapist and client."
(631) 503-6455
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"As a licensed clinical social worker for 26 years, I have had the privilege of working with people of all ages. My youngest client was 5 years old and my eldest to date 85. The range of issues addressed were as varied. I have found that the single most important factor in a successful therapeutic outcome lies within the relationship between therapist and client."
Michelle Delevante LCSWR Divorce Specialist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
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"Congratulations on taking a wonderful step to increasing your overall quality of life and achieving your goals! I am seeking individuals that are motivated toward looking at some old behavior patterns and embracing new coping skills. My background ranges from anxiety, depression and trauma to addiction, divorce and sexuality. It is my pleasure to work with you in achieving your goals and assisting you in living the life you were meant to live! Together, we will find the best means to unveiling a new you."
(631) 336-2813
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"Congratulations on taking a wonderful step to increasing your overall quality of life and achieving your goals! I am seeking individuals that are motivated toward looking at some old behavior patterns and embracing new coping skills. My background ranges from anxiety, depression and trauma to addiction, divorce and sexuality. It is my pleasure to work with you in achieving your goals and assisting you in living the life you were meant to live! Together, we will find the best means to unveiling a new you."

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