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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have over twenty years of experience working with individuals,couples and families.The initial consultation is approximately ninety minutes.This gives clients time to relax and feel safe to experience a full range of emotions as they explore and discuss the issues that brought them into therapy. Subsequent sessions are approximately sixty minutes (current industry standard is forty-five minutes).I greet each client with courtesy and respect, establishing a therapeutic relationship."
Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
(631) 871-9933
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Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
"I have over twenty years of experience working with individuals,couples and families.The initial consultation is approximately ninety minutes.This gives clients time to relax and feel safe to experience a full range of emotions as they explore and discuss the issues that brought them into therapy. Subsequent sessions are approximately sixty minutes (current industry standard is forty-five minutes).I greet each client with courtesy and respect, establishing a therapeutic relationship."
Rachel Siehs, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
Islip, New York 11751
"I help adolescents & adults who are struggling with depression, anxiety, crises of meaning, relationship issues, life transitions, and struggles with grief & loss. Within a warm and collaborative therapeutic relationship, I adopt an eclectic approach which includes elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Gestalt, Existential &Humanistic approaches using positive psychology and strengths-focus themes. I work with clients to foster self-acceptance, psychological flexibility, the management of strong emotions, and healthy relationships."
Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
(516) 734-9507
Verified
Islip, New York 11751
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Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
"I help adolescents & adults who are struggling with depression, anxiety, crises of meaning, relationship issues, life transitions, and struggles with grief & loss. Within a warm and collaborative therapeutic relationship, I adopt an eclectic approach which includes elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Gestalt, Existential &Humanistic approaches using positive psychology and strengths-focus themes. I work with clients to foster self-acceptance, psychological flexibility, the management of strong emotions, and healthy relationships."
Jeanine Aufiero, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Jeanine Aufiero's reassuring presence provides an inviting and secure environment for every member of the family. Her love for children, understanding of adolescent turmoil, compassion for struggling adults and couples, makes her a true family therapist. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), mediator, and coach, Jeanine fosters the principals of gratitude, self-awareness, and the joy of life as she helps her clients work through the sadness and trauma associated with mental distress, divorce, grieving, and other trials and complexities of life. Jeanine employs a strength-based approach and the tenets of positive psychology."
Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
(631) 593-4338
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Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
"Jeanine Aufiero's reassuring presence provides an inviting and secure environment for every member of the family. Her love for children, understanding of adolescent turmoil, compassion for struggling adults and couples, makes her a true family therapist. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), mediator, and coach, Jeanine fosters the principals of gratitude, self-awareness, and the joy of life as she helps her clients work through the sadness and trauma associated with mental distress, divorce, grieving, and other trials and complexities of life. Jeanine employs a strength-based approach and the tenets of positive psychology."
Ann Marie Morello, Counselor
Counselor, MS, LMHC, CCTPI
Verified by Psychology Today
Commack, New York 11725
"Do you get overwhelmed with crippling anxiety that prevents you from having personal relationships, going out with friends or performing at work? Anxiety causes us to over-estimate a threat and under-estimate our ability. Some of the safety behaviors we use only reinforce anxiety creating a vicious cycle of: anxiety, avoidance, more anxiety. I can help you break the chain of anxiety. Learning evidence-based techniques including newer modalities such as Emotional Freedom Technique (tapping) we can calm your anxious mind and return your body to a more relaxed state. Finding emotional balance is possible. "
Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
(631) 212-3174
Verified
Commack, New York 11725
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Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
"Do you get overwhelmed with crippling anxiety that prevents you from having personal relationships, going out with friends or performing at work? Anxiety causes us to over-estimate a threat and under-estimate our ability. Some of the safety behaviors we use only reinforce anxiety creating a vicious cycle of: anxiety, avoidance, more anxiety. I can help you break the chain of anxiety. Learning evidence-based techniques including newer modalities such as Emotional Freedom Technique (tapping) we can calm your anxious mind and return your body to a more relaxed state. Finding emotional balance is possible. "
Adrienne Licari, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"Have you experienced any form of loss, physical or sexual abuse that has led to symptoms of depression, anxiety, loneliness, fear and/or anger? Are you having difficulty in your marriage, personal, professional or social relationships? If these life challenges are interfering with your happiness, I encourage you to give me a call. I help people who have experienced trauma, loss, family and couple's conflicts break through these challenges. Tired of feeling like others have a more satisfying and happier life. Then call me so that we can work together to build the bridge to your own happiness! "
Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
(631) 458-1450
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Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
"Have you experienced any form of loss, physical or sexual abuse that has led to symptoms of depression, anxiety, loneliness, fear and/or anger? Are you having difficulty in your marriage, personal, professional or social relationships? If these life challenges are interfering with your happiness, I encourage you to give me a call. I help people who have experienced trauma, loss, family and couple's conflicts break through these challenges. Tired of feeling like others have a more satisfying and happier life. Then call me so that we can work together to build the bridge to your own happiness! "
Abby Leefer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a licensed clinical social worker with 25 years in practice. My goal in my practice is to provide a safe, comfortable and supportive environment in which my clients can explore their struggles and figure out how to best address them, so that they are able to experience more peace and live more authentically. I employ a variety of techniques to achieve these goals, including cognitive behavioral, psychoanalytic, family systems and most importantly, Rogerian based humanistic treatment. My belief about therapy is that it should be client centered; that every person is unique, and should be treated as such."
Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
(844) 385-7347
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Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
"I am a licensed clinical social worker with 25 years in practice. My goal in my practice is to provide a safe, comfortable and supportive environment in which my clients can explore their struggles and figure out how to best address them, so that they are able to experience more peace and live more authentically. I employ a variety of techniques to achieve these goals, including cognitive behavioral, psychoanalytic, family systems and most importantly, Rogerian based humanistic treatment. My belief about therapy is that it should be client centered; that every person is unique, and should be treated as such."
STEPS /Stress & Trauma Eval and Psych Services/, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Stressful and traumatic events can happen to anyone. We cannot choose their timing or immediate impact on our ability to love, work, parent, or grow. In children, they can cause behavioral, academic, and interpersonal difficulties. Stress can get lodged in our bodies, making it very difficult to “just get over it.” However, even by considering psychotherapy, you are making a very important first step towards regaining control of your life. Making a choice to value your mental health is the key to getting back your feelings of agency, self-confidence, and sense of control of our own emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. "
Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
(631) 683-8499
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Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
"Stressful and traumatic events can happen to anyone. We cannot choose their timing or immediate impact on our ability to love, work, parent, or grow. In children, they can cause behavioral, academic, and interpersonal difficulties. Stress can get lodged in our bodies, making it very difficult to “just get over it.” However, even by considering psychotherapy, you are making a very important first step towards regaining control of your life. Making a choice to value your mental health is the key to getting back your feelings of agency, self-confidence, and sense of control of our own emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. "
Saadia Z. Yunus, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I ensure that my clients are comfortable and motivated to believe in their ability to solve their problems and transform into the best version of themselves. I help my clients grow in inner strength and move beyond the doubts, fears, and obstacles that hold them back from reaching their full potential. Using my experience working with individuals, couples, families, & groups, I focus on strengths, resources, and resilience. Sessions are 100% confidential and professional. My non-judgmental approach enables clients to believe that positive change is possible and that they can live the life they have always dreamed of."
Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
(631) 214-2783
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Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
"I ensure that my clients are comfortable and motivated to believe in their ability to solve their problems and transform into the best version of themselves. I help my clients grow in inner strength and move beyond the doubts, fears, and obstacles that hold them back from reaching their full potential. Using my experience working with individuals, couples, families, & groups, I focus on strengths, resources, and resilience. Sessions are 100% confidential and professional. My non-judgmental approach enables clients to believe that positive change is possible and that they can live the life they have always dreamed of."
Robin Newman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with individuals, couples and families. I have been very successful guiding people through anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, couples conflict, family dynamic challenges. I work with people who are journeying through their recovery, helping them to examine their triggers. The key is always in the patient who has the courage to be open to finding out who they truly are. I consider myself blessed and privileged to work in this field and to be invited into the lives of others in order to assist them in having a better life."
Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
(631) 505-1234
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Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
"I work with individuals, couples and families. I have been very successful guiding people through anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, couples conflict, family dynamic challenges. I work with people who are journeying through their recovery, helping them to examine their triggers. The key is always in the patient who has the courage to be open to finding out who they truly are. I consider myself blessed and privileged to work in this field and to be invited into the lives of others in order to assist them in having a better life."
Amy M. Negri, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe all of us as human beings face challenges in our life, some more traumatic than others. As your therapist, I can offer you the ability to explore, work-through, and make meaning of these experiences. Feeling debilitated by dysfunctional relationships, negative self-view, and conditions such as anxiety or depression can impair your ability to feel satisfied and in control of your life. I will work with you to overcome these obstacles within a non-judgmental environment, characterized by trust and professionalism. I utilize the therapeutic relationship to promote resilience, growth, improved self-understanding and awareness."
Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
(516) 874-6359
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Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
"I believe all of us as human beings face challenges in our life, some more traumatic than others. As your therapist, I can offer you the ability to explore, work-through, and make meaning of these experiences. Feeling debilitated by dysfunctional relationships, negative self-view, and conditions such as anxiety or depression can impair your ability to feel satisfied and in control of your life. I will work with you to overcome these obstacles within a non-judgmental environment, characterized by trust and professionalism. I utilize the therapeutic relationship to promote resilience, growth, improved self-understanding and awareness."
Gary Bruschi, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have found that the most important factor in any successful therapy is the chemistry between therapist and the people he works with. I use the therapeutic relationship to understand what problems an individual faces outside the office, what blocks them from accomplishing what they want for themselves. A therapeutic relationship is often one of the most intimate and private relationships one can have. I try to help people develop their own sense of agency to gain control over their lives. I believe people want to be seen and heard. I enjoy being able to provide that for them."
Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
(516) 346-5369
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Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
"I have found that the most important factor in any successful therapy is the chemistry between therapist and the people he works with. I use the therapeutic relationship to understand what problems an individual faces outside the office, what blocks them from accomplishing what they want for themselves. A therapeutic relationship is often one of the most intimate and private relationships one can have. I try to help people develop their own sense of agency to gain control over their lives. I believe people want to be seen and heard. I enjoy being able to provide that for them."
Daphne J Schuster, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, LMFT, EdD
Verified by Psychology Today
"We're known for Caring and Professional PERSONAL, MARRIAGE & RELATIONSHIP Counseling. Life is all about relationships. We shape them, and they shape us - they touch us to our very core! But finding a well-qualified therapist, marriage, or relationship counselor when your relationship is suffering can be very difficult. Many therapists lack the specialized training, experience, license to work with couples and families. As a result, couples often experience marriage therapy as lukewarm in supporting the goal of life-long commitment. I am licensed as a Marriage & Family Therapist, as well as Clinical Social Worker at the highest experience level."
Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
(516) 777-0919
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Attachment-based
Grief
Adoption
Humanistic
"We're known for Caring and Professional PERSONAL, MARRIAGE & RELATIONSHIP Counseling. Life is all about relationships. We shape them, and they shape us - they touch us to our very core! But finding a well-qualified therapist, marriage, or relationship counselor when your relationship is suffering can be very difficult. Many therapists lack the specialized training, experience, license to work with couples and families. As a result, couples often experience marriage therapy as lukewarm in supporting the goal of life-long commitment. I am licensed as a Marriage & Family Therapist, as well as Clinical Social Worker at the highest experience level."
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Diane K Hodge, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
"I have been working with individuals, adolescents, children & families for over 24 years. I am able to engage with individuals with a vast array of challenges in hopes to assist them to achieve true peace & happiness from within. I truly believe that early intervention can help children & adolescents develop coping skills needed to overcome adversity & live a fufilling life. I also have vast knowledge working with parents to help manage difficult behaviors to help bring a more peaceful family experience to both parents & children. I also have extensive experience working with families/friends of suicide. Fluent in American Sign Language"
(631) 706-4345
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"I have been working with individuals, adolescents, children & families for over 24 years. I am able to engage with individuals with a vast array of challenges in hopes to assist them to achieve true peace & happiness from within. I truly believe that early intervention can help children & adolescents develop coping skills needed to overcome adversity & live a fufilling life. I also have vast knowledge working with parents to help manage difficult behaviors to help bring a more peaceful family experience to both parents & children. I also have extensive experience working with families/friends of suicide. Fluent in American Sign Language"
Psychologist
Verified by Psychology Today
"According to the National Institute of Mental Health over one quarter of our population suffer from anxiety , and mood disorders. Patients affected by these disorders represent the major portion of my practice. I employ cognitive techniques to help clients acquire the tools to control their emotions. I believe patients are the paramount reason for my practice, and that I should use all my skills and knowledge to help them get the relief they seek."
(631) 956-8236
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"According to the National Institute of Mental Health over one quarter of our population suffer from anxiety , and mood disorders. Patients affected by these disorders represent the major portion of my practice. I employ cognitive techniques to help clients acquire the tools to control their emotions. I believe patients are the paramount reason for my practice, and that I should use all my skills and knowledge to help them get the relief they seek."
Pam Gallo, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you or a loved one looking to gain positive mental and emotional change? As a licensed mental health counselor I am passionate about working collaboratively with you to adapt healthy coping skills and lifestyle changes to gain mental health wellness. By gaining an awareness of who you are, what you want and what you would like to change for the better you will learn how to achieve a renewed self awareness. "
(631) 791-5105
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"Are you or a loved one looking to gain positive mental and emotional change? As a licensed mental health counselor I am passionate about working collaboratively with you to adapt healthy coping skills and lifestyle changes to gain mental health wellness. By gaining an awareness of who you are, what you want and what you would like to change for the better you will learn how to achieve a renewed self awareness. "
Tara Sottile, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSWR
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I work with children, adolescents, and adults. I have experience in various settings including psychiatric hospital programs, private schools, outpatient clinics, and residential treatment facilities. I provide individual and family therapy to help manage difficult obstacles and mental illnesses by utilizing different types of interventions such as CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), play therapy and supportive counseling. I have experience with working with symptoms of depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, self harm, trauma, behavioral issues, abuse/neglect, and loss."
(631) 210-6292
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"As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I work with children, adolescents, and adults. I have experience in various settings including psychiatric hospital programs, private schools, outpatient clinics, and residential treatment facilities. I provide individual and family therapy to help manage difficult obstacles and mental illnesses by utilizing different types of interventions such as CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), play therapy and supportive counseling. I have experience with working with symptoms of depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, self harm, trauma, behavioral issues, abuse/neglect, and loss."
Linda Lefkon Bomse, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that a person seeking treatment is generally having trouble with either handling emotions or with dealing with a significant person in his life. As we collaborate, patients gain insight into how their history gets acted out in relationships. They experience relief of symptoms that are tied to early messages that invalidated their feelings. In working with children and their parents or couples, my goal is to facilitate more effective conflict resolution through creating safety in their interactions and an increased ability to truly hear each other on a "feelings" level. My style is very interactive."
(516) 619-7033
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"I believe that a person seeking treatment is generally having trouble with either handling emotions or with dealing with a significant person in his life. As we collaborate, patients gain insight into how their history gets acted out in relationships. They experience relief of symptoms that are tied to early messages that invalidated their feelings. In working with children and their parents or couples, my goal is to facilitate more effective conflict resolution through creating safety in their interactions and an increased ability to truly hear each other on a "feelings" level. My style is very interactive."
Michelle Hofman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, CHT
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you are feeling overwhelmed by issues such as anxiety, re-experiencing past events, or feeling generally stuck I can offer you a relaxed environment in which to overcome your struggles. Together, we will find a balance between understanding, acceptance, and change. In therapy a supportive relationship is fundamental, and we will explore together how to best help you reach your goals. I am EMDR Institute trained and use the framework that our past experiences can be contributing to our present discomfort. I have worked with people on a variety of issues, and I look forward to speaking with you to discuss your individual situation."
(631) 513-4829
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"If you are feeling overwhelmed by issues such as anxiety, re-experiencing past events, or feeling generally stuck I can offer you a relaxed environment in which to overcome your struggles. Together, we will find a balance between understanding, acceptance, and change. In therapy a supportive relationship is fundamental, and we will explore together how to best help you reach your goals. I am EMDR Institute trained and use the framework that our past experiences can be contributing to our present discomfort. I have worked with people on a variety of issues, and I look forward to speaking with you to discuss your individual situation."
Andrew Abrams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, R
"Life is to be enjoyed....not endured. Every person deserves the opportunity to grow and develop, and to achieve their full potential. Emotional issues often deprive the individual of the opportunity to make informed choices about their lives. When an individual is suffering from emotional pain it may seem like there is no hope. I listen to you and help restore hope. I help you to break free from problems/symptoms causing emotional pain. I help support you toward making healthy changes in your life. I have been providing these services for over twenty years."
(631) 619-7394
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"Life is to be enjoyed....not endured. Every person deserves the opportunity to grow and develop, and to achieve their full potential. Emotional issues often deprive the individual of the opportunity to make informed choices about their lives. When an individual is suffering from emotional pain it may seem like there is no hope. I listen to you and help restore hope. I help you to break free from problems/symptoms causing emotional pain. I help support you toward making healthy changes in your life. I have been providing these services for over twenty years."
Cheryl Ann Bittner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have 13 years experience working in private practice and in school settings. I specialize in working working with teens, young adults and adults experiencing anxiety, depression, work/life balance and parents who are navigating through the special education process for their children. "
(631) 250-3952
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"I have 13 years experience working in private practice and in school settings. I specialize in working working with teens, young adults and adults experiencing anxiety, depression, work/life balance and parents who are navigating through the special education process for their children. "

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Attachment-based Therapists
Attachment-based therapy in Centerport is form of therapy that applies to interventions or approaches based on attachment theory, which explains how the relationship a parent has with its child influences development. These Therapists in Centerport can help with Centerport Attachment based therapy.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Centerport are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Centerport you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Centerport and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Centerport or family therapy in Centerport.