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Catherine Jannuzzi, Art Therapist
Art Therapist, MA, ATR-BC, LCAT
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a therapist who specializes in helping adults and older adults, I am skilled at helping people improve coping tools, reconcile conflicts, and process challenges. Some common issues I treat are depression, anxiety, dementia, grief, chronic pain, aphasia, and those with medical challenges. I believe it is so important to address not only one's medical challenges, but the emotional challenges that can go along with them. I have seen real results come quickly and it comes from creating a strong therapeutic relationship, collaborating, focusing on one's strengths, and applying treatment interventions specific to you. "
(631) 546-0486
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"As a therapist who specializes in helping adults and older adults, I am skilled at helping people improve coping tools, reconcile conflicts, and process challenges. Some common issues I treat are depression, anxiety, dementia, grief, chronic pain, aphasia, and those with medical challenges. I believe it is so important to address not only one's medical challenges, but the emotional challenges that can go along with them. I have seen real results come quickly and it comes from creating a strong therapeutic relationship, collaborating, focusing on one's strengths, and applying treatment interventions specific to you. "
Marie Carmino, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that each of us has the ability to take the necessary steps to bring about positive changes in our lives. As a trained professional Licensed Mental Health Counselor, I will help guide you on that journey. We will work together as I help you learn how to overcome your difficulties by changing your thinking, behavior, and emotional responses. Using CBT, I will focus on teaching you specific techniques and tools that have been shown to be effective in the treatment of many issues, including depression, anxiety, and anger management, just to name a few."
(631) 419-7229
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"I believe that each of us has the ability to take the necessary steps to bring about positive changes in our lives. As a trained professional Licensed Mental Health Counselor, I will help guide you on that journey. We will work together as I help you learn how to overcome your difficulties by changing your thinking, behavior, and emotional responses. Using CBT, I will focus on teaching you specific techniques and tools that have been shown to be effective in the treatment of many issues, including depression, anxiety, and anger management, just to name a few."
Jennifer Ufko, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, ACSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hello! Are you feeling overwhelmed, stressed... maybe even depressed about your current situation? Have you tried to make your situation better on your own without much success? In my private practice, I work with clients to help them feel like themselves again and/or feel better than they often thought possible. I provide a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental atmosphere so you feel comfortable expressing your feelings and are encouraged to achieve your goals. I help clients get unstuck and move forward in their lives. We work together to create a plan that is meaningful and realistic for you."
(631) 374-5815
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"Hello! Are you feeling overwhelmed, stressed... maybe even depressed about your current situation? Have you tried to make your situation better on your own without much success? In my private practice, I work with clients to help them feel like themselves again and/or feel better than they often thought possible. I provide a safe, confidential, and non-judgmental atmosphere so you feel comfortable expressing your feelings and are encouraged to achieve your goals. I help clients get unstuck and move forward in their lives. We work together to create a plan that is meaningful and realistic for you."
Elaine Klahr, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My speciality is working with children ages 4 & older. Younger children lack verbal skills, so through play I teach them how to handle situations differently to get positive outcomes. Adolescence sometimes turns sweet, well mannered children into "strangers". Who is this person? Do you recognize changes in their behavior or appearance? Has there been a decline in academic performance? Are you unable to communicate with your child? Depression & anxiety affects relationships & scholastic achievements. It is my job to help kids build confidence, self esteem, communicate more effectively & help parents build healthier relationships with them."
(631) 881-4027
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"My speciality is working with children ages 4 & older. Younger children lack verbal skills, so through play I teach them how to handle situations differently to get positive outcomes. Adolescence sometimes turns sweet, well mannered children into "strangers". Who is this person? Do you recognize changes in their behavior or appearance? Has there been a decline in academic performance? Are you unable to communicate with your child? Depression & anxiety affects relationships & scholastic achievements. It is my job to help kids build confidence, self esteem, communicate more effectively & help parents build healthier relationships with them."
Amanda Marcus, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Commack, New York 11725
"Amanda Marcus, LCSW is a long island based psychotherapist specializing in the treatment of eating disorders, athletes and adolescents. Amanda received her master's degree in social work from NYU in 2010 and has worked in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings since that time. Amanda has several years of experience working with individuals, families and groups in different clinical capacities and settings. She has post graduate training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and eating disorders. Amanda has a psychodynamic approach to working with clients and incorporates mindfulness and cognitive behavioral techniques into her treatment."
(516) 265-7044
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Commack, New York 11725
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"Amanda Marcus, LCSW is a long island based psychotherapist specializing in the treatment of eating disorders, athletes and adolescents. Amanda received her master's degree in social work from NYU in 2010 and has worked in a variety of inpatient and outpatient settings since that time. Amanda has several years of experience working with individuals, families and groups in different clinical capacities and settings. She has post graduate training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and eating disorders. Amanda has a psychodynamic approach to working with clients and incorporates mindfulness and cognitive behavioral techniques into her treatment."
Bonnie Neidecker Soukup, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, NCC, EMDR, II
Verified by Psychology Today
"Have you ever just felt stuck? Have you ever had the thoughts:"I must be perfect", "I am a bad person", "I should have done something", "I am a failure", "I cannot have a healthy relationship"? These are just a few of the negative beliefs we tell ourselves that can lead to depression, anxiety, and feeling unsatisfied with our path in life. Sometimes events we've experienced can lead to negative emotions, sensations, and irrational negative beliefs. These belief systems can become the lenses with which we view our world making it difficult to move forward from our past. "
(631) 450-3618
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"Have you ever just felt stuck? Have you ever had the thoughts:"I must be perfect", "I am a bad person", "I should have done something", "I am a failure", "I cannot have a healthy relationship"? These are just a few of the negative beliefs we tell ourselves that can lead to depression, anxiety, and feeling unsatisfied with our path in life. Sometimes events we've experienced can lead to negative emotions, sensations, and irrational negative beliefs. These belief systems can become the lenses with which we view our world making it difficult to move forward from our past. "
Chelsea Moccio,
LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a clinician, I believe in meeting my clients where they are at. I believe in providing my clients with a safe, non-judgmental space to help them achieve their goals. Since no two people are the same, I like to use a verity of techniques from different treatment modalities to individualize treatment for my clients specific needs. Primarily I work with children and adolescence who have experienced trauma, sexual abuse, PTSD, anxiety, depression, self-harm and low self-esteem. People all have unique strengths and I believe in utilizing the client’s strengths to meet treatment goals. "
(516) 217-1960
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"As a clinician, I believe in meeting my clients where they are at. I believe in providing my clients with a safe, non-judgmental space to help them achieve their goals. Since no two people are the same, I like to use a verity of techniques from different treatment modalities to individualize treatment for my clients specific needs. Primarily I work with children and adolescence who have experienced trauma, sexual abuse, PTSD, anxiety, depression, self-harm and low self-esteem. People all have unique strengths and I believe in utilizing the client’s strengths to meet treatment goals. "
Antonia Zeccardi,
MHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Commack, New York 11725
"During my time in graduate school I became very interested in the Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) process and how empirically effective it has proven to be. The goal is for clients to realize that changing one's ideas or cognition about events can change negative responses into positive ones. As I put this theory into practice during internships, I began to feel more confident in the effectiveness of the techniques and how they could be utilized for the many diverse issues my clients were facing."
(631) 212-2774
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Commack, New York 11725
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"During my time in graduate school I became very interested in the Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) process and how empirically effective it has proven to be. The goal is for clients to realize that changing one's ideas or cognition about events can change negative responses into positive ones. As I put this theory into practice during internships, I began to feel more confident in the effectiveness of the techniques and how they could be utilized for the many diverse issues my clients were facing."
Linda Ganzenmuller, Psychologist
Psychologist, MS, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
Commack, New York 11725
"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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Commack, New York 11725
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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."
Barbara Ann Vaupel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you have upsets with children who have learning issues? Did you come from a family that was affected by alcohol abuse? Are you anxious, tense or unsure of yourself? Many good people face one or more of these difficulties in their lifetimes. As the Director of a Family Services program on Long Island, the challenges of helping the elderly, young adults, teens, children and married couples were always interesting for me. I have extensive experience working with Adult Children of Alcoholics, learning disabled students and their parents, anxious and socially phobic people, students who are trying to determine their future and also married couples."
(516) 882-3350
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"Do you have upsets with children who have learning issues? Did you come from a family that was affected by alcohol abuse? Are you anxious, tense or unsure of yourself? Many good people face one or more of these difficulties in their lifetimes. As the Director of a Family Services program on Long Island, the challenges of helping the elderly, young adults, teens, children and married couples were always interesting for me. I have extensive experience working with Adult Children of Alcoholics, learning disabled students and their parents, anxious and socially phobic people, students who are trying to determine their future and also married couples."
Maggie Bloomfield, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CASAC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My specializations are substance abuse treatment and mood and behavioral disorders, and I work with individuals, couples, and families. I also incorporate writing therapy where aIppropriate. I have been a Certified Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC), for twenty years and in private practice as a Clinical Social Worker for seventeen years, with offices in Westhampton Beach, NY, and NYC. I enjoy working with clients who are motivated toward change, though I have a lot of experience with motivational interviewing. My approach is client-centered talk therapy, with a focus on strengths, cognitive/behavioral interventions, and collaborative solutions."
(631) 714-2782
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"My specializations are substance abuse treatment and mood and behavioral disorders, and I work with individuals, couples, and families. I also incorporate writing therapy where aIppropriate. I have been a Certified Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC), for twenty years and in private practice as a Clinical Social Worker for seventeen years, with offices in Westhampton Beach, NY, and NYC. I enjoy working with clients who are motivated toward change, though I have a lot of experience with motivational interviewing. My approach is client-centered talk therapy, with a focus on strengths, cognitive/behavioral interventions, and collaborative solutions."
Herb Cohen, Art Therapist
Art Therapist, ATR-BC, LCAT, EMDR, Cert
Verified by Psychology Today
"I treat people who are suffering because of neglect, abuse or trauma and struggling with emotional regulation, substance abuse or addiction, self injury, eating disorder or other mal-adaptive coping. I can help people who experience severe anxiety and phobias, but can also help those who may be stuck in their personal growth or in processing grief and loss. I can facilitate use of spirituality and help people connect to meaning in their lives. I use EMDR, Brain Spotting and Heart Centered Hypnotherapy to get to deeply rooted issues for a complete resolution of traumatic history. I have ways to deal with undiagnosed chronic pain, TMJ, migraines and other head pain. For those spiritually vested or interested in spiritual development, I can assist in accessing higher consciousness and raising ones energetic vibration. Crime Victims can receive therapy from me free of charge if they go through OVS -NYS Office of Victim Services."
(631) 392-8926
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"I treat people who are suffering because of neglect, abuse or trauma and struggling with emotional regulation, substance abuse or addiction, self injury, eating disorder or other mal-adaptive coping. I can help people who experience severe anxiety and phobias, but can also help those who may be stuck in their personal growth or in processing grief and loss. I can facilitate use of spirituality and help people connect to meaning in their lives. I use EMDR, Brain Spotting and Heart Centered Hypnotherapy to get to deeply rooted issues for a complete resolution of traumatic history. I have ways to deal with undiagnosed chronic pain, TMJ, migraines and other head pain. For those spiritually vested or interested in spiritual development, I can assist in accessing higher consciousness and raising ones energetic vibration. Crime Victims can receive therapy from me free of charge if they go through OVS -NYS Office of Victim Services."
Diana Michell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Bohemia, New York 11716
"I approach therapy as a form of collaboration that can spark change. Whether you are looking to discover the best version of yourself or overcome a challenging experience, we can tailor our time to best meet your needs. Painful thoughts, feelings, and behavior patterns can interfere with being able to experience contentment in life. These difficulties can prevent us from attaining our personal or professional goals and often start to damage our relationships with the ones we love. By understanding and becoming aware of your underlying beliefs and emotions, we can explore how to best move towards acceptance and change in your life."
(631) 305-4582
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Bohemia, New York 11716
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"I approach therapy as a form of collaboration that can spark change. Whether you are looking to discover the best version of yourself or overcome a challenging experience, we can tailor our time to best meet your needs. Painful thoughts, feelings, and behavior patterns can interfere with being able to experience contentment in life. These difficulties can prevent us from attaining our personal or professional goals and often start to damage our relationships with the ones we love. By understanding and becoming aware of your underlying beliefs and emotions, we can explore how to best move towards acceptance and change in your life."
Amanda l Salazar, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
Oakdale, New York 11769
"Dr. Salazar recently joined Family Psychology in 2017. She is a school psychologist and post doctoral fellow with a specialization in "Mindfulness." Dr. Salazar is a qualified mindfulness teacher through the University of Massachusetts. She is a mom of three and understands both the triumphs and challenges of parenthood. She emphasizes that every mother and every child is unique, which makes each experience individualized. She runs mindfulness workshops for moms and children. Dr. Salazar will be offering a variety of other workshops under her new title of Mindfulness Program Director. Stay tuned for workshops focusing on anxiety/panic disorder, depression, disordered eating, and chronic pain."
(631) 619-2202
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Oakdale, New York 11769
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"Dr. Salazar recently joined Family Psychology in 2017. She is a school psychologist and post doctoral fellow with a specialization in "Mindfulness." Dr. Salazar is a qualified mindfulness teacher through the University of Massachusetts. She is a mom of three and understands both the triumphs and challenges of parenthood. She emphasizes that every mother and every child is unique, which makes each experience individualized. She runs mindfulness workshops for moms and children. Dr. Salazar will be offering a variety of other workshops under her new title of Mindfulness Program Director. Stay tuned for workshops focusing on anxiety/panic disorder, depression, disordered eating, and chronic pain."
Michelle Doublet, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, E-RYT
Verified by Psychology Today
"It certainty can be hard to reach out. I am glad you are looking for someone to help you, its courageous! You aren't alone. Some of the most common human experiences we can find ourselves in are relationship issues, depression, anxiety, grief/loss & trauma. These life experiences, even the most devastating ones can be highly valuable, life changing in the most exceptional & potentially growth enhancing ways. To rediscover yourself, to build, grow & expand upon. All that you are is so very valuable. I believe in a Whole Person, Multifaceted approach to wellness, mind body spirit work & utilizing the many tools to assist ourselves. "
(631) 257-7665
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"It certainty can be hard to reach out. I am glad you are looking for someone to help you, its courageous! You aren't alone. Some of the most common human experiences we can find ourselves in are relationship issues, depression, anxiety, grief/loss & trauma. These life experiences, even the most devastating ones can be highly valuable, life changing in the most exceptional & potentially growth enhancing ways. To rediscover yourself, to build, grow & expand upon. All that you are is so very valuable. I believe in a Whole Person, Multifaceted approach to wellness, mind body spirit work & utilizing the many tools to assist ourselves. "
Jacqueline Rose Sanzari, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, CRC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have a vision and drive that serves as a platform for my ongoing success with patients and in my career. I first established myself as a behavioral therapist for children with co-occurring developmental disorders and complex mental health need. I have also treated adults with Autism as a rehabilitation specialist. Following which, I dedicated 4 years to working with adults who have a severe and persistent mental illness and those who struggle with substance abuse. I bring enthusiasm, optimism and compassion to my practice and I genuinely believe that provides relief to patients."
(631) 400-3368
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"I have a vision and drive that serves as a platform for my ongoing success with patients and in my career. I first established myself as a behavioral therapist for children with co-occurring developmental disorders and complex mental health need. I have also treated adults with Autism as a rehabilitation specialist. Following which, I dedicated 4 years to working with adults who have a severe and persistent mental illness and those who struggle with substance abuse. I bring enthusiasm, optimism and compassion to my practice and I genuinely believe that provides relief to patients."
Dr. Price Psychology, P.C., Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"For the last 10yrs, working with individuals and their families has not been just a job to me; It is my passion to help others become their best self. I listen to the individual needs of each client to make their experience unique. In addition, I conduct both in-office & on location therapy sessions using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques to treat a range of Anxiety Disorders, Self-Injurious behaviors, Depression & other difficulties in children, adolescents & adults."
(631) 721-4275
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"For the last 10yrs, working with individuals and their families has not been just a job to me; It is my passion to help others become their best self. I listen to the individual needs of each client to make their experience unique. In addition, I conduct both in-office & on location therapy sessions using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques to treat a range of Anxiety Disorders, Self-Injurious behaviors, Depression & other difficulties in children, adolescents & adults."
Lindsay Barresi, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all yearn to feel understood, validated and accepted; to find balance in thought, feeling and action. Often we can feel stuck in an emotional state (i.e. sadness, depression, anxiety, fear, etc.), a particular situation or a toxic relationship with ourselves or others. Psychotherapy can bring about personal transformation, help us better understand ourselves and process life's turbulence as well as it's gifts. With insight, compassion and a little bit of humor we will work to incorporate emotional, intellectual and spiritual aspects of self in order to help you access your strengths and intuition to become your most authentic self."
(631) 709-1083
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"We all yearn to feel understood, validated and accepted; to find balance in thought, feeling and action. Often we can feel stuck in an emotional state (i.e. sadness, depression, anxiety, fear, etc.), a particular situation or a toxic relationship with ourselves or others. Psychotherapy can bring about personal transformation, help us better understand ourselves and process life's turbulence as well as it's gifts. With insight, compassion and a little bit of humor we will work to incorporate emotional, intellectual and spiritual aspects of self in order to help you access your strengths and intuition to become your most authentic self."
Samantha L. Maietta, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Samantha L. Maietta, LCSW is a New York State Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in treatment of complex and/or co-occurring mental health and neurodevelopmental conditions, which include Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and other behavioral, emotional, and social difficulties across the lifespan. She received her Master's degree from New York University's Silver School of Social Work. Samantha's clinical training has entailed providing evidence-based treatment at Einstein College of Medicine and Lenox Hill Hospital."
(631) 319-8656
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"Samantha L. Maietta, LCSW is a New York State Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in treatment of complex and/or co-occurring mental health and neurodevelopmental conditions, which include Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and other behavioral, emotional, and social difficulties across the lifespan. She received her Master's degree from New York University's Silver School of Social Work. Samantha's clinical training has entailed providing evidence-based treatment at Einstein College of Medicine and Lenox Hill Hospital."
Margaret Berger, LMSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a Licensed Master Social Worker and therapist who is opened to treating a diverse clientele. Including, children, adolescents, adults, and older adults. I have experience with treating clients with anxiety, depression, ADHD, panic disorders, mood disorders, and personality disorders. I am part of a group practice which includes clients who are evaluated and under medication management."
(631) 862-5054
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"I am a Licensed Master Social Worker and therapist who is opened to treating a diverse clientele. Including, children, adolescents, adults, and older adults. I have experience with treating clients with anxiety, depression, ADHD, panic disorders, mood disorders, and personality disorders. I am part of a group practice which includes clients who are evaluated and under medication management."

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