Counselor, PhD, LMHC, LPCLRC, SchPsy
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"I am a caring, understanding, trusting professional. I have a strong interest and desire to help people function in society to the best of their ability. I have a deep understanding of the problems children and adolescents face in school, especially those with a classified disability. I have many years of experience working with school-aged children, adolescents and adults, helping them overcome emotional and stress-related problems, as well as help individuals with learning disabilities succeed in life. When you come to see me, you will find a warm, caring environment to help promote your progress."
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Beacon
"I am a caring, understanding, trusting professional. I have a strong interest and desire to help people function in society to the best of their ability. I have a deep understanding of the problems children and adolescents face in school, especially those with a classified disability. I have many years of experience working with school-aged children, adolescents and adults, helping them overcome emotional and stress-related problems, as well as help individuals with learning disabilities succeed in life. When you come to see me, you will find a warm, caring environment to help promote your progress."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
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"We are professionally trained therapists with diversified competencies, certifications and expertise, to provide the most suitable counseling help. We remain sensitive to your spiritual framework and belief system, whatever they may be. As a counseling group, we are committed to providing affordable and effective counseling to persons of all social and cultural backgrounds. We are happy to say, we accept most health insurances!"
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Beacon
(914) 785-6629
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Beacon
"We are professionally trained therapists with diversified competencies, certifications and expertise, to provide the most suitable counseling help. We remain sensitive to your spiritual framework and belief system, whatever they may be. As a counseling group, we are committed to providing affordable and effective counseling to persons of all social and cultural backgrounds. We are happy to say, we accept most health insurances!"
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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."
Flora Hogman, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have a lot of experience and enjoy working with young adults with self esteem problems, relationship issues, difficulty finding direction in their lives. Growing up in France and moving to the US as a young adult I am keenly aware of issues of adaptation. My personal experience as a child survivor of the Holocaust during WWII in France has also sensitized me to issues of trauma, to struggles to adaptation, to courage and perseverance. I especially liked an aspect of US outlook on life which provided possibility and flexibility in life choices"
(646) 699-3042
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"I have a lot of experience and enjoy working with young adults with self esteem problems, relationship issues, difficulty finding direction in their lives. Growing up in France and moving to the US as a young adult I am keenly aware of issues of adaptation. My personal experience as a child survivor of the Holocaust during WWII in France has also sensitized me to issues of trauma, to struggles to adaptation, to courage and perseverance. I especially liked an aspect of US outlook on life which provided possibility and flexibility in life choices"
Karin Spitzer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"As a licensed clinical social worker, I work with adults, young adults and adolescents with a wide range of needs. I am a pro-active, down-to-earth psychotherapist, and truly enjoy working together with clients to achieve short and long term goals. Through collaboration, curiosity and creativity, I help individuals become fully present in the "here and now," prioritize goals, break free from dysfunctional patterns, and discover inner strengths."
(917) 725-2188
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"As a licensed clinical social worker, I work with adults, young adults and adolescents with a wide range of needs. I am a pro-active, down-to-earth psychotherapist, and truly enjoy working together with clients to achieve short and long term goals. Through collaboration, curiosity and creativity, I help individuals become fully present in the "here and now," prioritize goals, break free from dysfunctional patterns, and discover inner strengths."
Ati Egas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Ati Egas came to psychotherapy after the death of her mother. She learned about endings and beginnings then. After the pain, there was also transformation. Her healing came progressively, it involved close encounters to shamanic practices in Ecuador; quantic medicine; and modern psychoanalysis. She believes that the restlessness that comes with loss, the perception of a void in the heart-center, and the numbness of grief, intrinsically carries the prelude of a more wholesome future. The possibility of lightness of being and the lessons of 'letting go' of either physical death or relationship endings are granted to us all."
(347) 236-3771
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"Ati Egas came to psychotherapy after the death of her mother. She learned about endings and beginnings then. After the pain, there was also transformation. Her healing came progressively, it involved close encounters to shamanic practices in Ecuador; quantic medicine; and modern psychoanalysis. She believes that the restlessness that comes with loss, the perception of a void in the heart-center, and the numbness of grief, intrinsically carries the prelude of a more wholesome future. The possibility of lightness of being and the lessons of 'letting go' of either physical death or relationship endings are granted to us all."
Julie E Surbaugh, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Why do you need a therapist when you have the internet? With access to an abundance of health information via the internet, you can read about conditions, self-diagnosis, self-treat, and can request specific medications from your doctor. So why go to therapy? -- Even with the best information, change is challenging. One reason for this is that thoughts and emotions are not readily exchanged for what we desire. Thus concrete solutions are often not easily implemented. Therapy helps us to understand why we are not getting our desired effect and to define routes toward positive change."
(917) 725-2024
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"Why do you need a therapist when you have the internet? With access to an abundance of health information via the internet, you can read about conditions, self-diagnosis, self-treat, and can request specific medications from your doctor. So why go to therapy? -- Even with the best information, change is challenging. One reason for this is that thoughts and emotions are not readily exchanged for what we desire. Thus concrete solutions are often not easily implemented. Therapy helps us to understand why we are not getting our desired effect and to define routes toward positive change."
Merry Weitzman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all want to be our best selves, but there are times in life when we get stuck and can’t get the things we want. We may feel anxious and depressed, or don’t quite know what is bothering us. Sometimes we need a little extra help to deal with these issues, and I have found in my many years of experience, that in an atmosphere of safety, warmth, humor and nonjudgmental support people can overcome barriers to change and personal fulfillment."
(646) 480-7192
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"We all want to be our best selves, but there are times in life when we get stuck and can’t get the things we want. We may feel anxious and depressed, or don’t quite know what is bothering us. Sometimes we need a little extra help to deal with these issues, and I have found in my many years of experience, that in an atmosphere of safety, warmth, humor and nonjudgmental support people can overcome barriers to change and personal fulfillment."
Matthew Briggs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"A strong, positive therapeutic relationship is our starting point. Your wellness and growth in self-understanding and self-acceptance are our guiding priorities. I provide a safe, judgment-free environment in which we explore, together, how best to alleviate the suffering, distress, obstacles, and blockages that bring you to therapy. Beyond just reducing symptoms, we identify underlying issues/patterns to heal their emotional origins. Each session is responsive to your current needs. Sometimes this means focusing on deeper insights; at other times, we may work on more immediate strategies for coping with especially difficult or painful moments in your life."
(646) 783-1293
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"A strong, positive therapeutic relationship is our starting point. Your wellness and growth in self-understanding and self-acceptance are our guiding priorities. I provide a safe, judgment-free environment in which we explore, together, how best to alleviate the suffering, distress, obstacles, and blockages that bring you to therapy. Beyond just reducing symptoms, we identify underlying issues/patterns to heal their emotional origins. Each session is responsive to your current needs. Sometimes this means focusing on deeper insights; at other times, we may work on more immediate strategies for coping with especially difficult or painful moments in your life."
Paulette Kouffman Sherman, Psychologist
Psychologist
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with clients weekly and focus on what fears and patterns hold them back and how to release them. I'm a licensed psychologist with a certification in life coaching, so sometimes we will co-create homework assignments to help my clients take 'baby steps' towards their goals in between sessions, in order to integrate what we are working on into their daily lives."
(718) 487-9481
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"I work with clients weekly and focus on what fears and patterns hold them back and how to release them. I'm a licensed psychologist with a certification in life coaching, so sometimes we will co-create homework assignments to help my clients take 'baby steps' towards their goals in between sessions, in order to integrate what we are working on into their daily lives."
Rachel Karnovsky, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
" I work to help individuals face challenges such as depression, anxiety, identity formation, difficulty forming and maintaining meaningful relationships, and life transitions. I work with a diverse range of individuals varied in age, sex, gender, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. As a relationally-oriented psychotherapist, I work collaboratively to create a secure therapeutic relationship. I strive to help my patients cultivate greater self-acceptance and compassion for themselves."
(917) 525-5902
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" I work to help individuals face challenges such as depression, anxiety, identity formation, difficulty forming and maintaining meaningful relationships, and life transitions. I work with a diverse range of individuals varied in age, sex, gender, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. As a relationally-oriented psychotherapist, I work collaboratively to create a secure therapeutic relationship. I strive to help my patients cultivate greater self-acceptance and compassion for themselves."
Elizabeth Loftus Singer, Licensed Psychoanalyst
Licensed Psychoanalyst, LP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Anger is necessary and normal. It can be impulsive and destructive, or jet fuel helping you live the life you want. I work with you to understand both the internal story that gets you going and the situations that trigger outbursts. In the short term, I can share some techniques to get you through a tense moment without a blow out. In the long term, we can try to understand how anger came to be your default and why. Could be there's a more constructive option, one that brings people close instead of pushing them away."
(646) 553-5072
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"Anger is necessary and normal. It can be impulsive and destructive, or jet fuel helping you live the life you want. I work with you to understand both the internal story that gets you going and the situations that trigger outbursts. In the short term, I can share some techniques to get you through a tense moment without a blow out. In the long term, we can try to understand how anger came to be your default and why. Could be there's a more constructive option, one that brings people close instead of pushing them away."
Brian C Stevens, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a New York trained clinical psychologist, specializing in helping people to cope with life's stresses, build on their strengths, and manage sometimes challenging and overwhelming emotions. I believe in an empathic, collaborative, and proactive therapeutic approach. Relationship issues, depression, anxiety, past trauma, and job concerns are some of the many topics I've focused on. I also have extensive experience working with gay and lesbian individuals and couples."
(646) 600-9025
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"I am a New York trained clinical psychologist, specializing in helping people to cope with life's stresses, build on their strengths, and manage sometimes challenging and overwhelming emotions. I believe in an empathic, collaborative, and proactive therapeutic approach. Relationship issues, depression, anxiety, past trauma, and job concerns are some of the many topics I've focused on. I also have extensive experience working with gay and lesbian individuals and couples."
Dan Bloom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, JD, LCSW
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"I am an experienced and internationally known psychotherapists, supervisor and clinical trainer. I have been in private practice in downtown New York for more than 30 years. The best way to get a sense of who I am is from my website, www.danbloomnyc.com. People find me to be an intelligent therapist with whom they can easily relate, who listens empathically and supportively. I am an active participant in the therapy process. I've worked with people in the various professions such as law, finance, business, and the arts. I also have expertise with LGBT concerns. "
(646) 791-3179
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"I am an experienced and internationally known psychotherapists, supervisor and clinical trainer. I have been in private practice in downtown New York for more than 30 years. The best way to get a sense of who I am is from my website, www.danbloomnyc.com. People find me to be an intelligent therapist with whom they can easily relate, who listens empathically and supportively. I am an active participant in the therapy process. I've worked with people in the various professions such as law, finance, business, and the arts. I also have expertise with LGBT concerns. "
Nancy Glimm, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have been a practicing psychotherapist for 30 years. I bring this experience to every new client I work with. My approach is engaged and practical. I want to find the ways that work best for each client, to assist them in solving problems, addressing emotional concerns and finding solutions to their difficulties. I make suggestions and encourage clients to explore choices, to build on their strengths, to identify and achieve goals. I work with a wide range of problems and find the practice of psychotherapy creative and life affirming. I welcome new clients and support their well being."
(212) 243-3880
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"I have been a practicing psychotherapist for 30 years. I bring this experience to every new client I work with. My approach is engaged and practical. I want to find the ways that work best for each client, to assist them in solving problems, addressing emotional concerns and finding solutions to their difficulties. I make suggestions and encourage clients to explore choices, to build on their strengths, to identify and achieve goals. I work with a wide range of problems and find the practice of psychotherapy creative and life affirming. I welcome new clients and support their well being."
Jayne Jenner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Change can happen in an instant depending on a belief system. I work with recognizing, changing, and replacing faulty belief systems. The ability to relax and enjoy- while remaining vigilant to success and threats- comes by fighting the fire at the base. We take three roads: The thought (cognitive behavioral therapy), the feeling (psychodynamic), and the behavior (Pavlov/Skinner-behaviorism)."
(917) 725-3152
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"Change can happen in an instant depending on a belief system. I work with recognizing, changing, and replacing faulty belief systems. The ability to relax and enjoy- while remaining vigilant to success and threats- comes by fighting the fire at the base. We take three roads: The thought (cognitive behavioral therapy), the feeling (psychodynamic), and the behavior (Pavlov/Skinner-behaviorism)."
Hallie H Hodenfield, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I don’t give advice, or know what is best for you. I believe it is my job to help you figure out why you do the things you do, what you are feeling and why, and to close the gaps between the blank spots in understanding, feeling, and doing so that you can inhabit your life and your self more fully. This is a process that requires patience and perseverance, and my aim is to help you feel free enough to express all that is inside without judgment, inattention, or finality, so that you can experience yourself and your feelings, including joy, pain, and everything in between, with equanimity, curiosity, and increased aliveness. "
(929) 463-9590
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"I don’t give advice, or know what is best for you. I believe it is my job to help you figure out why you do the things you do, what you are feeling and why, and to close the gaps between the blank spots in understanding, feeling, and doing so that you can inhabit your life and your self more fully. This is a process that requires patience and perseverance, and my aim is to help you feel free enough to express all that is inside without judgment, inattention, or finality, so that you can experience yourself and your feelings, including joy, pain, and everything in between, with equanimity, curiosity, and increased aliveness. "
Tom Cronin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"People look for a therapist when they are experiencing anxiety,difficulties in relationships, confusion around issues related to sexuality and/or identity. Others feel depressed,struggle with addiction, or have a sense that something is not right in their lives. Often people are trying to cope with old hurts or injuries, and find that their old ways of coping with them are no longer successful,or that these strategies are the very thing that brings them pain or frustration.Often these symptoms and problems are connected with early painful experiences,or from ideas and beliefs which have been formed in rigid, or dysfunctional family systems."
(917) 832-1953
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"People look for a therapist when they are experiencing anxiety,difficulties in relationships, confusion around issues related to sexuality and/or identity. Others feel depressed,struggle with addiction, or have a sense that something is not right in their lives. Often people are trying to cope with old hurts or injuries, and find that their old ways of coping with them are no longer successful,or that these strategies are the very thing that brings them pain or frustration.Often these symptoms and problems are connected with early painful experiences,or from ideas and beliefs which have been formed in rigid, or dysfunctional family systems."
Cassandra B. Seltman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I consider psychotherapy to be a project between two people in which the goal is to understand both conscious and unconscious sources of emotional pain and ultimately open a space in which to alleviate suffering. The result is a very singular relationship that encourages multiple readings of itself and of all the relationships that have come before it. Through an understanding of feelings, relationships, and a deepening of inner and outer dialogue, we can enter a process of healing which leads to the shedding of old and destructive patterns."
(917) 924-8732
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"I consider psychotherapy to be a project between two people in which the goal is to understand both conscious and unconscious sources of emotional pain and ultimately open a space in which to alleviate suffering. The result is a very singular relationship that encourages multiple readings of itself and of all the relationships that have come before it. Through an understanding of feelings, relationships, and a deepening of inner and outer dialogue, we can enter a process of healing which leads to the shedding of old and destructive patterns."
Terry LaFrazia, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"The more you see your options instead of acting out of habit, the more control you have over your life. I focus on building a collaborative therapeutic realtionship; from this relationship the process of healing, change and growth occurs."
(347) 462-0798
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"The more you see your options instead of acting out of habit, the more control you have over your life. I focus on building a collaborative therapeutic realtionship; from this relationship the process of healing, change and growth occurs."

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A therapist in 10011 can help with post partum depression, feeling depressed, depression anxiety as well as teen depression. Therapists provide 10011 depression counseling, depression support, referrals to depression support groups in 10011 and 10011 depression groups. If you're depressed in 10011, get help from one of these depression specialists.

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For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 10011 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 10011 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 10011 or family therapy in New York 10011.