Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"As a psychotherapist and professional coach for over 25 years in NYC and Westchester, I work with families, couples and individuals to deal with the challenges, changes and crisis that occur in our lives when we least expect it. As a family therapist my practice addresses couples in conflict, separation and divorce as well as adolescence. My clients include women in transition with career and relationships as well as coping with anxiety, infertility and depression. I am also a certified Bereavement Counselor assisting those with parent, child and sibling loss."
Depression
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(212) 988-2054
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Depression
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"As a psychotherapist and professional coach for over 25 years in NYC and Westchester, I work with families, couples and individuals to deal with the challenges, changes and crisis that occur in our lives when we least expect it. As a family therapist my practice addresses couples in conflict, separation and divorce as well as adolescence. My clients include women in transition with career and relationships as well as coping with anxiety, infertility and depression. I am also a certified Bereavement Counselor assisting those with parent, child and sibling loss."
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Marybeth Dartley, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
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"Most of us, at some point in our lives, feel stuck or face problems that feel overwhelming. Whether you are struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship strain, work/school difficulty, health issues, loss or addiction, I will work to ease you through this difficult period. Learning to live more fully and take better care of ourselves should be positive, fulfilling and empowering. Using your strengths, my aim is to help you build a healthier and more satisfying life. This may involve changing thoughts, habits and emotional patterns that no longer serve you, while cultivating self-compassion and acceptance for those things you cannot change."
(917) 242-4799
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"Most of us, at some point in our lives, feel stuck or face problems that feel overwhelming. Whether you are struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship strain, work/school difficulty, health issues, loss or addiction, I will work to ease you through this difficult period. Learning to live more fully and take better care of ourselves should be positive, fulfilling and empowering. Using your strengths, my aim is to help you build a healthier and more satisfying life. This may involve changing thoughts, habits and emotional patterns that no longer serve you, while cultivating self-compassion and acceptance for those things you cannot change."
Tejal Shah, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I love my work as a therapist, and enjoy providing a safe, comfortable, and non-judgmental space for my clients to feel open to explore whatever issues are relevant to their individual circumstances. My therapeutic and interpersonal style is approachable, warm, and not overly formal. My therapeutic orientation is integrative, blending elements of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), cognitive processing therapy (CPT), psychodynamic, strengths-based, mindfulness-based, and/or existential/spiritual approaches. Thus, my style is flexible and allows for collaboration with my clients to customize our approach to working together, in order to best fit their particular needs and preferences."
(917) 960-9704
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"I love my work as a therapist, and enjoy providing a safe, comfortable, and non-judgmental space for my clients to feel open to explore whatever issues are relevant to their individual circumstances. My therapeutic and interpersonal style is approachable, warm, and not overly formal. My therapeutic orientation is integrative, blending elements of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), cognitive processing therapy (CPT), psychodynamic, strengths-based, mindfulness-based, and/or existential/spiritual approaches. Thus, my style is flexible and allows for collaboration with my clients to customize our approach to working together, in order to best fit their particular needs and preferences."
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I do insight oriented psychotherapy with clients interested in focusing on current issues and how they are effected by earlier life experiences, present conflicts and future possibilities. The issues I am best suited to address are depression, trauma, child abuse,aging, chronic illness, gay and lesbian/sexual orientation/ coming out"
(646) 759-0738
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"I do insight oriented psychotherapy with clients interested in focusing on current issues and how they are effected by earlier life experiences, present conflicts and future possibilities. The issues I am best suited to address are depression, trauma, child abuse,aging, chronic illness, gay and lesbian/sexual orientation/ coming out"
Erica Lipper, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
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"Beginning therapy brings both hope and challenges. Many people seek therapy because of a specific set of symptoms or problems. Others feel more generally stuck, fed up, or confused by patterns that they cannot break despite continued efforts. I work with adults, couples, and adolescents struggling with relationship issues, depression, anxiety, school issues, grief, addiction, and impact of traumatic experience. Together, we will create an exploratory space that fosters emotional authenticity, relief from shame, and a restored sense of vitality."
(646) 846-7778
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"Beginning therapy brings both hope and challenges. Many people seek therapy because of a specific set of symptoms or problems. Others feel more generally stuck, fed up, or confused by patterns that they cannot break despite continued efforts. I work with adults, couples, and adolescents struggling with relationship issues, depression, anxiety, school issues, grief, addiction, and impact of traumatic experience. Together, we will create an exploratory space that fosters emotional authenticity, relief from shame, and a restored sense of vitality."
Dr. Maggie Dancel, Psychologist
Psychologist, Psy. D.
Verified by Psychology Today
"Relationships? Dating? These topics come up in our daily lives and can be the source of much stress, anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, eating issues, or even substance abuse. What about sex? This subject is usually met with secrecy, embarrassment, shame, or guilt, which can be problematic in a society that promotes it in an unhealthy way everywhere we go. I create a safe, non-judgmental environment to address various relational and sexual concerns (i.e., lack of intimacy, infidelity, erectile dysfunction, excessive masturbation) with individuals of various sexual orientations, genders, and ethnicities. "
(516) 701-2827
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"Relationships? Dating? These topics come up in our daily lives and can be the source of much stress, anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, eating issues, or even substance abuse. What about sex? This subject is usually met with secrecy, embarrassment, shame, or guilt, which can be problematic in a society that promotes it in an unhealthy way everywhere we go. I create a safe, non-judgmental environment to address various relational and sexual concerns (i.e., lack of intimacy, infidelity, erectile dysfunction, excessive masturbation) with individuals of various sexual orientations, genders, and ethnicities. "
Shira Rosenbluth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you struggling to feel at peace with your body? Are you having a hard time breaking free of restriction, binge eating, purging, or feeling out of control with food? Life with an eating disorder or disordered eating is exhausting and all-consuming. Freedom from body hatred, fear of food, and negative thoughts is possible. You don't need to spend your life at war with your body. "
(833) 235-3013
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"Are you struggling to feel at peace with your body? Are you having a hard time breaking free of restriction, binge eating, purging, or feeling out of control with food? Life with an eating disorder or disordered eating is exhausting and all-consuming. Freedom from body hatred, fear of food, and negative thoughts is possible. You don't need to spend your life at war with your body. "
Maria Georgopoulos, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, FT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Navigating life's struggles can be challenging at times. I see counseling as an opportunity to grow from our experiences and learn how to make meaning out of them. Some of my specialties include work around anxiety, grief, trauma and addiction. I focus on your current challenges and finding ways to overcome them at your pace while in a safe environment. I have worked with people of all ages but my particular focus is on adolescents and adults. I also have extensive experience in facilitating groups."
(347) 514-9871
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"Navigating life's struggles can be challenging at times. I see counseling as an opportunity to grow from our experiences and learn how to make meaning out of them. Some of my specialties include work around anxiety, grief, trauma and addiction. I focus on your current challenges and finding ways to overcome them at your pace while in a safe environment. I have worked with people of all ages but my particular focus is on adolescents and adults. I also have extensive experience in facilitating groups."
Denise D. Lanes, Licensed Psychoanalyst
Licensed Psychoanalyst, NCPsyA, MBA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you "have it all" yet feel stressed, unhappy, unfulfilled? Do you wonder why that is? Learning about what's behind those thoughts and feelings can improve your self-esteem, happiness, love and business relationships, negotiating ability and relationship to money. You can feel more in control, relaxed, peaceful, self-confident, loving and lovable. I won't tell you what to do. Instead, I'll help you understand your needs and wishes so that you can decide your course of action and cope with life long after you've finished therapy."
(212) 475-3488
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"Do you "have it all" yet feel stressed, unhappy, unfulfilled? Do you wonder why that is? Learning about what's behind those thoughts and feelings can improve your self-esteem, happiness, love and business relationships, negotiating ability and relationship to money. You can feel more in control, relaxed, peaceful, self-confident, loving and lovable. I won't tell you what to do. Instead, I'll help you understand your needs and wishes so that you can decide your course of action and cope with life long after you've finished therapy."
Rosie Brooks, Licensed Psychoanalyst
Licensed Psychoanalyst, LP
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a psychotherapist I offer a nonjudgemental space in which you and I will listen and make room for the reasons that have motivated you to seek help. Working in the present, and looking towards the past when it emerges, we will uncover the reasons underlying your current struggles. As your self awareness expands it helps to loosen the grip of old patterns and engrained ways of relating to yourself and others. In the time and the space that therapy provides, you will be able to better know and understand each part of yourself, and to reconcile what can feel like confusing contradictions within yourself."
(347) 754-3508
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"As a psychotherapist I offer a nonjudgemental space in which you and I will listen and make room for the reasons that have motivated you to seek help. Working in the present, and looking towards the past when it emerges, we will uncover the reasons underlying your current struggles. As your self awareness expands it helps to loosen the grip of old patterns and engrained ways of relating to yourself and others. In the time and the space that therapy provides, you will be able to better know and understand each part of yourself, and to reconcile what can feel like confusing contradictions within yourself."
Julia Suklevski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Beginning therapy demonstrates that you are committed to working diligently on yourself to achieve wellness, satisfaction, and create a life where you are not just surviving, but thriving and living in a way that is meaningful. I work with individuals across all age demographics, expressed identities, cultural backgrounds, and lived experiences. I support individuals looking to address anxiety, depression and mood disorders, grief and bereavement, substance use and addiction, and trauma. I also work with clients who present issues relating to self-esteem, interpersonal relationships, and life transitions."
(347) 416-6636
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"Beginning therapy demonstrates that you are committed to working diligently on yourself to achieve wellness, satisfaction, and create a life where you are not just surviving, but thriving and living in a way that is meaningful. I work with individuals across all age demographics, expressed identities, cultural backgrounds, and lived experiences. I support individuals looking to address anxiety, depression and mood disorders, grief and bereavement, substance use and addiction, and trauma. I also work with clients who present issues relating to self-esteem, interpersonal relationships, and life transitions."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hi, I'm a psychodynmically trained clinical social worker with 30 years experience. I take an integrative and neuro-science based approach to well-being that honors your own innate wisdom. Together we will design an individualized approach that addresses mind, body and spirit. Treatment varies of course with each person's needs but can include breathing, meditation, mindfulness, somatic work, interactive imagery, Reiki and energy medicine as well as psychodynamic psychotherapy. I look forward to working with you as you move forward in your life."
(646) 845-9514
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"Hi, I'm a psychodynmically trained clinical social worker with 30 years experience. I take an integrative and neuro-science based approach to well-being that honors your own innate wisdom. Together we will design an individualized approach that addresses mind, body and spirit. Treatment varies of course with each person's needs but can include breathing, meditation, mindfulness, somatic work, interactive imagery, Reiki and energy medicine as well as psychodynamic psychotherapy. I look forward to working with you as you move forward in your life."
Chaya Rubin, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Many people choose to begin therapy because they want to feel better, be more successful at work, or have better relationships. Psychotherapy can be helpful in addressing the emotional or sometimes even physical pain that can get in the way of such goals. The kind of psychotherapy that I practice involves careful listening and exploration of one's difficulties and how those difficulties tend to repeat or consistently present in a variety of contexts. I work with clients that appreciate that lasting change is indeed possible, and have the courage to forgo the false promise of a "quick fix"."
(917) 765-6301
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"Many people choose to begin therapy because they want to feel better, be more successful at work, or have better relationships. Psychotherapy can be helpful in addressing the emotional or sometimes even physical pain that can get in the way of such goals. The kind of psychotherapy that I practice involves careful listening and exploration of one's difficulties and how those difficulties tend to repeat or consistently present in a variety of contexts. I work with clients that appreciate that lasting change is indeed possible, and have the courage to forgo the false promise of a "quick fix"."
Joyce Lerner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a warm, empathic and experienced therapist who works in a collaborative style that will allow you to draw upon your own strengths and experiences within a safe and non-judgmental environment. One of the most important elements in therapy is the relationship between client and therapist which is built on trust, sincerity and a touch of humor. Together we can explore and change those parts of your life that cause unhappiness."
(917) 689-9222
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"I am a warm, empathic and experienced therapist who works in a collaborative style that will allow you to draw upon your own strengths and experiences within a safe and non-judgmental environment. One of the most important elements in therapy is the relationship between client and therapist which is built on trust, sincerity and a touch of humor. Together we can explore and change those parts of your life that cause unhappiness."
Marie-Genevieve Iselin, Psychologist
Psychologist
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in Manhattan who specializes in adults and older adults who are experiencing stress, depression and/or anxiety. My style is nonjudgmental, empathic, and highly interactive, and I develop strong collaborative therapeutic relationships with my clients. French-speaking individuals are welcome as I grew up speaking French in Geneva, Switzerland. I provide individual psychotherapy for individuals who have issues such as relationship difficulties, challenges due to life transitions (career change, becoming a parent, retirement, becoming a caregiver, etc.), health conditions, adjusting to a new culture, grief, and facing infertility."
(646) 846-0441
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in Manhattan who specializes in adults and older adults who are experiencing stress, depression and/or anxiety. My style is nonjudgmental, empathic, and highly interactive, and I develop strong collaborative therapeutic relationships with my clients. French-speaking individuals are welcome as I grew up speaking French in Geneva, Switzerland. I provide individual psychotherapy for individuals who have issues such as relationship difficulties, challenges due to life transitions (career change, becoming a parent, retirement, becoming a caregiver, etc.), health conditions, adjusting to a new culture, grief, and facing infertility."
Steven D Axelrod, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I approach treatment as a growth opportunity for my adult patients. Therapy hinges on the rapid development of a treatment alliance and I make a special effort to help patients feel comfortable and "open up." As a psychodynamic therapist I base my treatment approach on insight and self-understanding. Knowledge is indeed power, and my patients almost always become more effective in the world and in their close relationships. My approach to treatment is depth-oriented, but also practical and challenging. I work most effectively with patients who are intelligent, active, and "in the world.""
(646) 490-9948
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"I approach treatment as a growth opportunity for my adult patients. Therapy hinges on the rapid development of a treatment alliance and I make a special effort to help patients feel comfortable and "open up." As a psychodynamic therapist I base my treatment approach on insight and self-understanding. Knowledge is indeed power, and my patients almost always become more effective in the world and in their close relationships. My approach to treatment is depth-oriented, but also practical and challenging. I work most effectively with patients who are intelligent, active, and "in the world.""
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a psychologist with a diverse practice. I work with individuals, couples, adolescents and families, and conduct a variety of psychotherapy groups. My style is informal, supportive and interactive. I have extensive experience working with issues related to addictive and compulsive behavior problems, relationship issues, identity issues, and many other areas of clinical concern. My first aim is to establish a mutually comfortable rapport to provide an atmosphere of openness and to make self exploration an experience that is satisfying and immediately helpful in both the short and long term."
(646) 386-2356
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"I am a psychologist with a diverse practice. I work with individuals, couples, adolescents and families, and conduct a variety of psychotherapy groups. My style is informal, supportive and interactive. I have extensive experience working with issues related to addictive and compulsive behavior problems, relationship issues, identity issues, and many other areas of clinical concern. My first aim is to establish a mutually comfortable rapport to provide an atmosphere of openness and to make self exploration an experience that is satisfying and immediately helpful in both the short and long term."
April Martin, Psychologist
Psychologist
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work best with individuals and couples who want an active and interactive therapy, where we roll up our sleeves and dig into some hard work with a view toward getting results. We may be clearing out specific traumas, or repairing wounds of the past. We may also be devising and learning new skills of relating to partners without defensiveness, and with the ability to soothe one another and to connect lovingly and sexually. And we may also be working with habits of mind - through meditation and other tools that increase the capacity to feel life's joy."
(646) 400-0783
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"I work best with individuals and couples who want an active and interactive therapy, where we roll up our sleeves and dig into some hard work with a view toward getting results. We may be clearing out specific traumas, or repairing wounds of the past. We may also be devising and learning new skills of relating to partners without defensiveness, and with the ability to soothe one another and to connect lovingly and sexually. And we may also be working with habits of mind - through meditation and other tools that increase the capacity to feel life's joy."
Jami Rothenberg, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Beginning therapy, although challenging, can be a real opportunity to better understand yourself and your choices. and ultimately improve your overall quality of life. By examining our feelings, thoughts, and repeating patterns more closely, one gains insight and can be mobilized to change. I am a clinical psychologist who is dedicated to working with adults, both individuals and couples, to both explore and challenge that which is getting in the way of a more meaningful and adaptive way of being with yourself and others."
(646) 374-3620
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"Beginning therapy, although challenging, can be a real opportunity to better understand yourself and your choices. and ultimately improve your overall quality of life. By examining our feelings, thoughts, and repeating patterns more closely, one gains insight and can be mobilized to change. I am a clinical psychologist who is dedicated to working with adults, both individuals and couples, to both explore and challenge that which is getting in the way of a more meaningful and adaptive way of being with yourself and others."
Ken Voorhees, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"I am a Psychotherapist with a wide range of experience with issues relating to psychotherapy, marriage and family therapy, mental health and human sexuality. I have worked in a variety of settings including out patient mental health clinics, academia and in private practice. I enjoy working with people of all backgrounds, sexual and gender orientations and ethnicities."
(347) 537-5150
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"I am a Psychotherapist with a wide range of experience with issues relating to psychotherapy, marriage and family therapy, mental health and human sexuality. I have worked in a variety of settings including out patient mental health clinics, academia and in private practice. I enjoy working with people of all backgrounds, sexual and gender orientations and ethnicities."

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