Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Creating a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment, I start where you are in your journey of personal growth. My practice beliefs are that each of us has a unique capacity for change. In lifes most challenging times, I believe we are presented with an opportunity to heal a part of ourselves. With sensitivity and respect, we work together to move you forward in your life. My practice experience is across the adult life span honoring diverse cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations and differing physical capabilities due to medical conditions."
Depression
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Husky
(203) 285-8564
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Depression
ASL
Husky
"Creating a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment, I start where you are in your journey of personal growth. My practice beliefs are that each of us has a unique capacity for change. In lifes most challenging times, I believe we are presented with an opportunity to heal a part of ourselves. With sensitivity and respect, we work together to move you forward in your life. My practice experience is across the adult life span honoring diverse cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations and differing physical capabilities due to medical conditions."
Tides of Mind Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a parent you often find yourself wondering what you can do to help your child feel better. It seems like you have tried everything, but nothing seems to work, at least not for very long. Their behavior has changed and sometimes you may worry it will get worse. You know they have so much potential-- where did it go? It may be scary to reach out to a counselor because you want to make sure you find someone that can really connect with your child and also keep you in the loop."
Depression
ASL
Husky
(475) 224-3866
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Depression
ASL
Husky
"As a parent you often find yourself wondering what you can do to help your child feel better. It seems like you have tried everything, but nothing seems to work, at least not for very long. Their behavior has changed and sometimes you may worry it will get worse. You know they have so much potential-- where did it go? It may be scary to reach out to a counselor because you want to make sure you find someone that can really connect with your child and also keep you in the loop."
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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
Verified
"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
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."