No matches for Culturally Sensitive Therapists in Ulster County - try other Therapists below
Broaden search to New York - NY
SarahRose Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome! I became a therapist following a dream to help children and young people navigate life and become their best self. I've been working in the human services field for 9 years and received my masters in 2014 at the University at Albany. I specialize in work with children and adolescents, and young adults. I've received extensive post graduate training in treatments I believe in and have seen be effective. My belief is that the success of treatment is built on fostering a supportive relationship with children and their caregivers."
(845) 250-5857
Verified
View
"Welcome! I became a therapist following a dream to help children and young people navigate life and become their best self. I've been working in the human services field for 9 years and received my masters in 2014 at the University at Albany. I specialize in work with children and adolescents, and young adults. I've received extensive post graduate training in treatments I believe in and have seen be effective. My belief is that the success of treatment is built on fostering a supportive relationship with children and their caregivers."
Marian A McClellan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"I applaud your courage in reaching out. Whatever life-challenge you are facing, it would be my privilege to help. Whether our sessions are in-office or by phone, I offer a safe, caring, confidential space....a safe haven where you can give voice to your deepest needs and concerns - where expression of *all* thoughts and feelings are gently encouraged, and deeply heard. With sensitivity and unconditional acceptance I will listen to you without judgment, actively support you, interact with you and share feedback, always honoring your values, beliefs, choices and goals."
(845) 679-4877
Verified
View
"I applaud your courage in reaching out. Whatever life-challenge you are facing, it would be my privilege to help. Whether our sessions are in-office or by phone, I offer a safe, caring, confidential space....a safe haven where you can give voice to your deepest needs and concerns - where expression of *all* thoughts and feelings are gently encouraged, and deeply heard. With sensitivity and unconditional acceptance I will listen to you without judgment, actively support you, interact with you and share feedback, always honoring your values, beliefs, choices and goals."
Janine Prisco, Counselor
Counselor
"It is wonderful that you have taken the first step in healing. I know it can be a scary process. Whether you are seeking therapy for yourself or your child, I want to assure you that respect, empathy and understanding will always be a part of our time. If you are experiencing sadness or anxiety due to a past or current trauma or just feel overwhelmed with life's struggles, I am here to help. You don't have to face it alone. Please note: I am only in the office on Thursdays. "
(917) 746-5412
View
"It is wonderful that you have taken the first step in healing. I know it can be a scary process. Whether you are seeking therapy for yourself or your child, I want to assure you that respect, empathy and understanding will always be a part of our time. If you are experiencing sadness or anxiety due to a past or current trauma or just feel overwhelmed with life's struggles, I am here to help. You don't have to face it alone. Please note: I am only in the office on Thursdays. "
Evie Preston Lcsw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have had a full time private practice for 35 years first in NYC and then in Woodstock, N.Y. and work in an eclectic, multi-dimensional, creative way that is grounded in experience, practice, theory and open-mindedness. My training is based in interpersonal and self-psychology, psychoanalytic psychotherapy as well as mindfulness-based psychology. My knowledge of meditation, yoga and dance enables me to understand the complex nature of the mind/body connection as it relates to overall healing."
(914) 495-8043
Verified
View
"I have had a full time private practice for 35 years first in NYC and then in Woodstock, N.Y. and work in an eclectic, multi-dimensional, creative way that is grounded in experience, practice, theory and open-mindedness. My training is based in interpersonal and self-psychology, psychoanalytic psychotherapy as well as mindfulness-based psychology. My knowledge of meditation, yoga and dance enables me to understand the complex nature of the mind/body connection as it relates to overall healing."
Michelle Rhodes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, ATR-BC, NCPsyA
Verified by Psychology Today
"The focus of my work is to help my patients access strengths within themselves to meet their full potential, to live joyful and meaningful lives, to be strong in the face of trying circumstances, to make a positive contribution to the world, and to give and receive love. I use expressive modalities, such as the use of miniatures in both wet and dry sand, clay art therapy, art therapy with a variety of other materials, inter-modal expressive therapy integrating movement, art, writing, and using the voice, and play therapy for children. "
(845) 481-2004
Verified
View
"The focus of my work is to help my patients access strengths within themselves to meet their full potential, to live joyful and meaningful lives, to be strong in the face of trying circumstances, to make a positive contribution to the world, and to give and receive love. I use expressive modalities, such as the use of miniatures in both wet and dry sand, clay art therapy, art therapy with a variety of other materials, inter-modal expressive therapy integrating movement, art, writing, and using the voice, and play therapy for children. "
Laura Coffey,
MFA, LCSWR
Verified by Psychology Today
"I began my work as a therapist in community mental health where I saw a wide variety of individuals with an assortment of problems. I've never stopped feeling honored by the bravery and trust it takes for my clients to share their stories and embark on the difficult process of change."
(845) 256-6027
Verified
View
"I began my work as a therapist in community mental health where I saw a wide variety of individuals with an assortment of problems. I've never stopped feeling honored by the bravery and trust it takes for my clients to share their stories and embark on the difficult process of change."
Jennifer Spada, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you think your quality of life, self-esteem, or relationships could use some improvement? Do your thoughts and emotions get the best of you and direct you toward impulsive, regrettable actions and decisions? Do you know where you'd like to be in terms of your mental and emotional health but you have no idea how to get there? If what you've been doing doesn't seem to be working for you anymore, therapy might be the resource you need to create change."
(845) 443-7252
Verified
View
"Do you think your quality of life, self-esteem, or relationships could use some improvement? Do your thoughts and emotions get the best of you and direct you toward impulsive, regrettable actions and decisions? Do you know where you'd like to be in terms of your mental and emotional health but you have no idea how to get there? If what you've been doing doesn't seem to be working for you anymore, therapy might be the resource you need to create change."
Don Grumbine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CBT
Verified by Psychology Today
"While there are many psychotherapy modalities, I feel that the most important ingredient in the therapeutic process is the ability of the therapist to attune to the individual who is seeking help. This means truly listening with an open heart and conveying empathic understanding. I see psychotherapy as a dyadic process where therapist and client collaboratively work together to bring about desired healing and growth. My role as an experienced facilitator is to utilize my skills and knowledge to guide a way forward toward health and well being."
(845) 262-2049
Verified
View
"While there are many psychotherapy modalities, I feel that the most important ingredient in the therapeutic process is the ability of the therapist to attune to the individual who is seeking help. This means truly listening with an open heart and conveying empathic understanding. I see psychotherapy as a dyadic process where therapist and client collaboratively work together to bring about desired healing and growth. My role as an experienced facilitator is to utilize my skills and knowledge to guide a way forward toward health and well being."
Danielle Powell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PMH-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in early childhood, the postpartum experience, and trauma recovery. I believe that providing a safe and flourishing atmosphere for women, young children, and new families to explore hopes and fears about pregnancy, childhood, and parenthood has the potential to heal. Pregnancy and early parenthood often awakens a myriad of emotions from past experiences and future unknowns. This awakening can shape the way in which our children experience and react to the world. It takes a village, and therapy is an important part of our village."
(845) 263-3580
Verified
View
"I specialize in early childhood, the postpartum experience, and trauma recovery. I believe that providing a safe and flourishing atmosphere for women, young children, and new families to explore hopes and fears about pregnancy, childhood, and parenthood has the potential to heal. Pregnancy and early parenthood often awakens a myriad of emotions from past experiences and future unknowns. This awakening can shape the way in which our children experience and react to the world. It takes a village, and therapy is an important part of our village."
Shaun Cohen, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, MS
Verified by Psychology Today
"Finding a new counselor can be a daunting task; so many therapists to sort through, words to read, specialties to choose from, it can be hard to know what you need. I have a strong base of skills in crisis counseling, trauma informed therapy, and enjoy working with the LGBTQ+ population, young adults, clients struggling with traumatic experiences, and those affected by anxiety, depression, or other mental health difficulties. I utilize an integrative approach focusing on client empowerment, better interpersonal functioning, building social supports, self-soothing techniques, and better understanding one's thought processes."
(516) 289-9556
Verified
View
"Finding a new counselor can be a daunting task; so many therapists to sort through, words to read, specialties to choose from, it can be hard to know what you need. I have a strong base of skills in crisis counseling, trauma informed therapy, and enjoy working with the LGBTQ+ population, young adults, clients struggling with traumatic experiences, and those affected by anxiety, depression, or other mental health difficulties. I utilize an integrative approach focusing on client empowerment, better interpersonal functioning, building social supports, self-soothing techniques, and better understanding one's thought processes."
Mental Health Association in Ulster County, Inc.,
"MISSION AND VALUES STATEMENT The Mental Health Association in Ulster County, Inc. (MHA) is committed to quality care and improvement of human life. MHA employs teamwork and all other resources to make individualized quality, cost-effective behavioral health services and assistance accessible to individuals in our local communities. MHA's vision is a responsible and respectful society where the stigma of mental illness is eliminated. Our mission is to engage all people in achieving their optimal mental health by providing innovative and compassionate services that educate, advocate, prevent and heal."
(845) 254-2672
Verified
View
"MISSION AND VALUES STATEMENT The Mental Health Association in Ulster County, Inc. (MHA) is committed to quality care and improvement of human life. MHA employs teamwork and all other resources to make individualized quality, cost-effective behavioral health services and assistance accessible to individuals in our local communities. MHA's vision is a responsible and respectful society where the stigma of mental illness is eliminated. Our mission is to engage all people in achieving their optimal mental health by providing innovative and compassionate services that educate, advocate, prevent and heal."
Lonstein Psychotherapy, Counselor
Counselor, PhD., LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Managing the challenges associated with anxiety, depression, divorce, family conflict, sport enhancement/performance as well as relationship conflicts are among the skills that I love to assist my clients in developing. Clients can also expect to experience shifts in their thinking which results in positive behavioral change. Hard work yields the best results both in and out of the therapy office and I sincerely offer you my commitment to your improved well-being."
(845) 262-2031
Verified
View
"Managing the challenges associated with anxiety, depression, divorce, family conflict, sport enhancement/performance as well as relationship conflicts are among the skills that I love to assist my clients in developing. Clients can also expect to experience shifts in their thinking which results in positive behavioral change. Hard work yields the best results both in and out of the therapy office and I sincerely offer you my commitment to your improved well-being."
Lucas Monroe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have several years of experience working with adolescents and adults in a variety of settings. My specialty is providing treatment of anger management,PTSD, mood and anxiety disorder.My approach is client centered. I draw from several different theoretical models, but my focus is on developing a therapeutic relationship that connects clients to their inner strength and abilities."
(518) 348-8233
Verified
View
"I have several years of experience working with adolescents and adults in a variety of settings. My specialty is providing treatment of anger management,PTSD, mood and anxiety disorder.My approach is client centered. I draw from several different theoretical models, but my focus is on developing a therapeutic relationship that connects clients to their inner strength and abilities."
Vincenza Freeborn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, LICSW, CASAC, CADAC
Verified by Psychology Today
"You may be thinking, " I can't talk about that. I don't have the strength to work through this pain. No one can handle listening to what I've been going through." Whatever it is, no matter how big or how small, I am here to listen and support you in finding YOUR answers, YOUR strengths and YOUR way of meeting life on YOUR own terms."
(845) 481-2037
Verified
View
"You may be thinking, " I can't talk about that. I don't have the strength to work through this pain. No one can handle listening to what I've been going through." Whatever it is, no matter how big or how small, I am here to listen and support you in finding YOUR answers, YOUR strengths and YOUR way of meeting life on YOUR own terms."
Geri M Fanelli, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"The prevalence of self-injurious behaviors among the adolescent population has become a serious concern. Behaviors may involve cutting, carving the skin, self-embedding (inserting objects beneath the skin), sticking with pins, burning, head banging, etc. Adolescent self-reports indicate these harmful behaviors may help to alleviate their emotional pain and stress, thus are used as a way of coping. I provide a program that focuses on effective alternatives to coping, exploration of underlying causes of emotional pain, and assist clients in gaining insight and knowledge about self, emotions, and coping."
(845) 377-0925
Verified
View
"The prevalence of self-injurious behaviors among the adolescent population has become a serious concern. Behaviors may involve cutting, carving the skin, self-embedding (inserting objects beneath the skin), sticking with pins, burning, head banging, etc. Adolescent self-reports indicate these harmful behaviors may help to alleviate their emotional pain and stress, thus are used as a way of coping. I provide a program that focuses on effective alternatives to coping, exploration of underlying causes of emotional pain, and assist clients in gaining insight and knowledge about self, emotions, and coping."
Danna Lynn Chen, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"The strength to change and endure lies within each of us, sometimes we just need some help finding it. I have over 25 years experience helping people find balance in their lives and feel more empowered in their relationships. Transition and transformation is challenging but rewarding work and I provide a compassionate and nonjudgmental environment for you to grow in. I work with adults (18+) and couples using an individualized approach based on the person's needs."
(845) 445-6675
Verified
View
"The strength to change and endure lies within each of us, sometimes we just need some help finding it. I have over 25 years experience helping people find balance in their lives and feel more empowered in their relationships. Transition and transformation is challenging but rewarding work and I provide a compassionate and nonjudgmental environment for you to grow in. I work with adults (18+) and couples using an individualized approach based on the person's needs."
Elizabeth Rogers,
MS, MHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"In therapy the conversation between client and therapist may cover a wide and diverse terrain. Exploring relationship dynamics, career options and creative pursuits, as well as identifying and expanding individual strengths are some of the themes that may be pursued. I incorporate Person Centered and Solution focused Therapy as well as Mindfulness Meditation, Expressive Arts Therapy and the 12 step recovery program in order to assist individuals to progress toward their goals and work to bring about positive change. I have experience working with children, teens and adults of all ages"
(423) 401-9378
Verified
View
"In therapy the conversation between client and therapist may cover a wide and diverse terrain. Exploring relationship dynamics, career options and creative pursuits, as well as identifying and expanding individual strengths are some of the themes that may be pursued. I incorporate Person Centered and Solution focused Therapy as well as Mindfulness Meditation, Expressive Arts Therapy and the 12 step recovery program in order to assist individuals to progress toward their goals and work to bring about positive change. I have experience working with children, teens and adults of all ages"
Rosey Rouhana, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, NCC, RPT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have worked as a psychotherapist in many settings, including outpatient mental health and substance abuse clinics, domestic violence and homeless shelters, and schools. I am a Registered Play Therapist and Certified Synergetic Play Therapist. I offer expertise in play therapy and traditional talk therapy to address a range of needs for youth ages 2-12 and their families. I work with those struggling with mental illness and other life stressors to develop the skills they need to reach their goals and work toward healing, and assist clients in the development of self-awareness, self-esteem, communication and coping skills."
(845) 262-4372
Verified
View
"I have worked as a psychotherapist in many settings, including outpatient mental health and substance abuse clinics, domestic violence and homeless shelters, and schools. I am a Registered Play Therapist and Certified Synergetic Play Therapist. I offer expertise in play therapy and traditional talk therapy to address a range of needs for youth ages 2-12 and their families. I work with those struggling with mental illness and other life stressors to develop the skills they need to reach their goals and work toward healing, and assist clients in the development of self-awareness, self-esteem, communication and coping skills."
Pam Perkins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSWR
Verified by Psychology Today
"I provide Attachment Based Parent Coaching and Family Counseling which reduces family conflict and increases cooperation, mutual respect and closeness, using a non- judgmental directive approach. My model offers effective user friendly parenting strategies for parents of "difficult to reach" children, adolescents and young adults with emotional and behavioral dysregulation including: severe tantrums, verbal and physical aggression, defiance and oppositionality, "revenge behaviors", shutting down and emotional withdrawal, avoident behaviors - procrastination and school/work/therapy refusal, social isolation, over dependence on social media/gaming and/or substances, and underlying anxiety and depression."
(845) 875-4346
Verified
View
"I provide Attachment Based Parent Coaching and Family Counseling which reduces family conflict and increases cooperation, mutual respect and closeness, using a non- judgmental directive approach. My model offers effective user friendly parenting strategies for parents of "difficult to reach" children, adolescents and young adults with emotional and behavioral dysregulation including: severe tantrums, verbal and physical aggression, defiance and oppositionality, "revenge behaviors", shutting down and emotional withdrawal, avoident behaviors - procrastination and school/work/therapy refusal, social isolation, over dependence on social media/gaming and/or substances, and underlying anxiety and depression."
Judith Hakam, ACSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have been in the field of social work since 1966 and have been a clinician since 1983., working in NYC for 13 years and in Ulster County for 35 years. My experience has included every aspect of social work, but my practice has evolved into the treatment of alcohol and drug abusers. I emphasize addiction as a family disease and counsel members of the family with or without the user. I also treat anxiety and depressive disorders with much success. I feel my varied and long experience in the field qualifies me to work .with anyone regardless of ethnicity, gender, or economic background."
(845) 943-2796
Verified
View
"I have been in the field of social work since 1966 and have been a clinician since 1983., working in NYC for 13 years and in Ulster County for 35 years. My experience has included every aspect of social work, but my practice has evolved into the treatment of alcohol and drug abusers. I emphasize addiction as a family disease and counsel members of the family with or without the user. I also treat anxiety and depressive disorders with much success. I feel my varied and long experience in the field qualifies me to work .with anyone regardless of ethnicity, gender, or economic background."

Refine Results

Online Therapy


Culturally Sensitive Therapists
If you're looking for Culturally Sensitive Therapy in Ulster County or for an Ulster County Culturally Sensitive Therapist, these professionals provide culture sensitive therapy, cultural identity therapy. They include culturally sensitive therapists in Ulster County, cultural therapists, cultural identity psychologists, and culturally sensitive counselors.


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

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