Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"Stressed, depressed, anxious? Being human isn't easy. Being with other humans can be even more challenging! Sometimes it helps to talk to someone non-judgmental to help sort things out, explore new ground, find a different way to deal with the same old patterns, or know yourself (and a loved one) in a new way. Therapy can take many different forms to suit your needs, anything from short term problem solving to a longer term journey of self discovery and renewal. Let's find out together what you are looking for."
Dialectical (DBT)
Domestic Abuse
(607) 283-2064
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Dialectical (DBT)
Domestic Abuse
"Stressed, depressed, anxious? Being human isn't easy. Being with other humans can be even more challenging! Sometimes it helps to talk to someone non-judgmental to help sort things out, explore new ground, find a different way to deal with the same old patterns, or know yourself (and a loved one) in a new way. Therapy can take many different forms to suit your needs, anything from short term problem solving to a longer term journey of self discovery and renewal. Let's find out together what you are looking for."
Alev Ates-Barlas, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MA, LMFT
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"I am a Family Therapist and a trauma specialist. I provide comprehensive family, couples and individual therapy in my practice. Regardless of the unique nature of what your struggle might be, I begin my work with the provision of a warm, welcoming and respectful environment for my clients of all ages. My work as an MFT allows me to see my clients' struggles through a larger lens. And as a trauma specialist I am able to I am informed by the best practices developed under Systems Theory."
Dialectical (DBT)
Domestic Abuse
(607) 327-4122
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Dialectical (DBT)
Domestic Abuse
"I am a Family Therapist and a trauma specialist. I provide comprehensive family, couples and individual therapy in my practice. Regardless of the unique nature of what your struggle might be, I begin my work with the provision of a warm, welcoming and respectful environment for my clients of all ages. My work as an MFT allows me to see my clients' struggles through a larger lens. And as a trauma specialist I am able to I am informed by the best practices developed under Systems Theory."
David L Hall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Nearly twenty years of working with folks has me convinced that the ‘best therapy’ is about blending a genuine connection between counselor and client with the weaving in of effective techniques that help those I work with get traction in life to move through the challenges that led them to seeking help in the first place. Whether working together to address the effects of trauma, to manage anxiety and depression, or to rediscover their pathway in life, I see my role as providing you with the space, the tools, and the support to find peace of mind and heart and reach the goals that matter most to you. "
Dialectical (DBT)
Domestic Abuse
(607) 327-4127
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Dialectical (DBT)
Domestic Abuse
"Nearly twenty years of working with folks has me convinced that the ‘best therapy’ is about blending a genuine connection between counselor and client with the weaving in of effective techniques that help those I work with get traction in life to move through the challenges that led them to seeking help in the first place. Whether working together to address the effects of trauma, to manage anxiety and depression, or to rediscover their pathway in life, I see my role as providing you with the space, the tools, and the support to find peace of mind and heart and reach the goals that matter most to you. "
Tamie Pushlar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"".A great deal of the chaos in the world occurs because people don't appreciate themselves." ~Chogyam Trungpa I want the individuals and families to be the leader of their counseling as I am their guide. Most importantly, I look at the person in their environment, and with permission, will work collaboratively with their supports, or help them build a support system. I am also capable of helping individuals and families navigate the local, county and state resources."
Dialectical (DBT)
Domestic Abuse
(607) 258-9393
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Dialectical (DBT)
Domestic Abuse
"".A great deal of the chaos in the world occurs because people don't appreciate themselves." ~Chogyam Trungpa I want the individuals and families to be the leader of their counseling as I am their guide. Most importantly, I look at the person in their environment, and with permission, will work collaboratively with their supports, or help them build a support system. I am also capable of helping individuals and families navigate the local, county and state resources."
Mary Ellen Lourey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Are you dealing with something that you are struggling to cope with on your own: stress, a depressed or anxious mood, communication problems with people in your life, trauma, grief/loss, relationship conflict? Counseling can help you find understanding and peace of mind. I am a skilled clinician who will offer you insight, support and understanding, and will be a warm and compassionate guide in your healing process. I am an active therapist, meaning I readily engage in conversation and problem solving, and see it as a privilege to walk with you on your journey to a more contented life."
Dialectical (DBT)
Domestic Abuse
(607) 218-8593
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Dialectical (DBT)
Domestic Abuse
"Are you dealing with something that you are struggling to cope with on your own: stress, a depressed or anxious mood, communication problems with people in your life, trauma, grief/loss, relationship conflict? Counseling can help you find understanding and peace of mind. I am a skilled clinician who will offer you insight, support and understanding, and will be a warm and compassionate guide in your healing process. I am an active therapist, meaning I readily engage in conversation and problem solving, and see it as a privilege to walk with you on your journey to a more contented life."
Anita Devine LCSW-R, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Please allow me the opportunity to serve you. Through a holistic, warm, and safe approach, together we uncover and bridge your strengths with effective strategies that will bring you healing and connection to yourself, work, family, and others. You can move beyond limiting patterns that hold you back -- things like depression, anger, emotional reactivity, anxiety, worry, stress. I support transformation in how clients perceive themselves and their world, resulting in powerful change. I can educate and empower you on your journey toward a healthy, integrated body, mind, and spirit."
Dialectical (DBT)
Domestic Abuse
(607) 533-6320
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Dialectical (DBT)
Domestic Abuse
"Please allow me the opportunity to serve you. Through a holistic, warm, and safe approach, together we uncover and bridge your strengths with effective strategies that will bring you healing and connection to yourself, work, family, and others. You can move beyond limiting patterns that hold you back -- things like depression, anger, emotional reactivity, anxiety, worry, stress. I support transformation in how clients perceive themselves and their world, resulting in powerful change. I can educate and empower you on your journey toward a healthy, integrated body, mind, and spirit."
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Mitchell H Herzog, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, CSSW, LCSW-R
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"Nothing is more important than your Self-Worth." "I'm a psychotherapist who specializes in couples counseling, interpersonal relationships, child/parenting issues, and Internet addiction. My goal is to help my clients create confidence in themselves, satisfying relationships, and a sense of contentment that permeates their lives." www.counselor-ithaca-ny.com"
(607) 218-2225
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"Nothing is more important than your Self-Worth." "I'm a psychotherapist who specializes in couples counseling, interpersonal relationships, child/parenting issues, and Internet addiction. My goal is to help my clients create confidence in themselves, satisfying relationships, and a sense of contentment that permeates their lives." www.counselor-ithaca-ny.com"
Jonathan M Roth, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
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"Mindfulness based/Buddhist inspired therapy for adults. I help people with a variety of life challenges, such as: ​ Overcoming difficult moods and anxiety, Recovering from trauma, dissociation and impacts of difficult family backgrounds, Spiritual Emergence/ Embodiment, Grief, Becoming compassionate and sophisticated in relating, Overcoming barriers to assertion of one's desires, Aligning with one's values and visions, Changing long-held assumptions and risking new behaviors, Moderating or abstaining from substance use, Coping with problems related to hearing voices."
(607) 275-5965
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"Mindfulness based/Buddhist inspired therapy for adults. I help people with a variety of life challenges, such as: ​ Overcoming difficult moods and anxiety, Recovering from trauma, dissociation and impacts of difficult family backgrounds, Spiritual Emergence/ Embodiment, Grief, Becoming compassionate and sophisticated in relating, Overcoming barriers to assertion of one's desires, Aligning with one's values and visions, Changing long-held assumptions and risking new behaviors, Moderating or abstaining from substance use, Coping with problems related to hearing voices."
Marnie Waxman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Building trust and creating a safe space for my clients is of paramount importance. The only way to communicate issues that are uncomfortable and distressing is by building a strong therapeutic alliance. When the alliance and trust is built, I can help empower clients and help them to see the values they encompass. I work with couples who are trying to save their relationships as well as those that know it's time to end their marriage in a civil manner."
(607) 235-2935
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"Building trust and creating a safe space for my clients is of paramount importance. The only way to communicate issues that are uncomfortable and distressing is by building a strong therapeutic alliance. When the alliance and trust is built, I can help empower clients and help them to see the values they encompass. I work with couples who are trying to save their relationships as well as those that know it's time to end their marriage in a civil manner."
Vanessa Hannah Bright, Licensed Psychoanalyst
Licensed Psychoanalyst, L.Ac., L.P.
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"NOT ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS I believe that our pain and struggles are an entry point, an opportunity to discover something you didn’t know about yourself before. It is the call of your mind and your body to pay attention to what isn’t working and go deeper to be able to change it. In addition to psychoanalytic therapy (talking, symbolic process, dream work), I use mindfulness and other Buddhist, somatic approaches to work with both the conscious and the unconscious factors. I also use AEDP techniques, as well as Jungian analysis. I aim to help you explore current issues and address repeated negative patterns and internal conflicts. "
(833) 598-0112
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"NOT ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS I believe that our pain and struggles are an entry point, an opportunity to discover something you didn’t know about yourself before. It is the call of your mind and your body to pay attention to what isn’t working and go deeper to be able to change it. In addition to psychoanalytic therapy (talking, symbolic process, dream work), I use mindfulness and other Buddhist, somatic approaches to work with both the conscious and the unconscious factors. I also use AEDP techniques, as well as Jungian analysis. I aim to help you explore current issues and address repeated negative patterns and internal conflicts. "
Wendy Hammond,
MA, DipPsy, Therapy, Coach
"Transitions in life bring uncertainty, anxiety, disrupt relationships and often make us question our identity and sense of meaning. Using a combination of psychotherapy and coaching allows us to uncover destructive patterns, heal, and then move forward in a positive, purposeful direction. What are the painful ideas, feelings and memories that fuel your reactions? Challenges and occasional catastrophes are inevitable, and serve to strengthen our confidence in the long run. If our fear and negativity are running the show, however, we get stuck. Let's pick apart the patterns that do not serve and re-author a peaceful, vibrant future."
(267) 863-4999
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"Transitions in life bring uncertainty, anxiety, disrupt relationships and often make us question our identity and sense of meaning. Using a combination of psychotherapy and coaching allows us to uncover destructive patterns, heal, and then move forward in a positive, purposeful direction. What are the painful ideas, feelings and memories that fuel your reactions? Challenges and occasional catastrophes are inevitable, and serve to strengthen our confidence in the long run. If our fear and negativity are running the show, however, we get stuck. Let's pick apart the patterns that do not serve and re-author a peaceful, vibrant future."
Mary Shelley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"My job is to help you use your unique mix of strengths and skills to live your life well. I admire you for making that first call, your willingness to work. Therapy is a special time for coming to know yourself and discovering new options. If you're like most people, when you're in crisis you tend to get rigid and stuck, when instead you might better be resilient. I see myself as partly a therapist, partly a coach or mentor. I want to help you become open to possibilities for change. I believe in the value of talk."
(607) 542-9968
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"My job is to help you use your unique mix of strengths and skills to live your life well. I admire you for making that first call, your willingness to work. Therapy is a special time for coming to know yourself and discovering new options. If you're like most people, when you're in crisis you tend to get rigid and stuck, when instead you might better be resilient. I see myself as partly a therapist, partly a coach or mentor. I want to help you become open to possibilities for change. I believe in the value of talk."
Ellen Peterson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CHT
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Are you ready to live your life fully? I use a variety of approaches to support and empower you to move forward in your life. As a self-help author, I offer services that restore hope and inspire you to move beyond obstacles on your way to a life of unlimited possibilities. As a certified hypnotherapist, I can help you quickly reach the core levels of issues and transform the familiar patterns that sabotage living (i.e. depression, anxiety). My gentle and caring approach will undoubtedly move you into deeper levels of healing and connect you fully with life."
(607) 793-4668
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"Are you ready to live your life fully? I use a variety of approaches to support and empower you to move forward in your life. As a self-help author, I offer services that restore hope and inspire you to move beyond obstacles on your way to a life of unlimited possibilities. As a certified hypnotherapist, I can help you quickly reach the core levels of issues and transform the familiar patterns that sabotage living (i.e. depression, anxiety). My gentle and caring approach will undoubtedly move you into deeper levels of healing and connect you fully with life."
Leslie Ihde, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"My approach is influenced by C.G. Jung, Viktor Frankl (Man's Search for Meaning) Socratic dialogue, Buddhism and Quaker meetings. I work best with the person who sees their life as a journey of self-discovery. I will help you uncover the solutions that you already have and see the problematics of those solutions. I will help you listen to your muse, interpret your dreams, identify your interpersonal patterns and face the fears and anxieties that haunt you. I will treat your troubles with the utmost respect because they help you learn and grow. Gratitude softens pain."
(607) 527-7234
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"My approach is influenced by C.G. Jung, Viktor Frankl (Man's Search for Meaning) Socratic dialogue, Buddhism and Quaker meetings. I work best with the person who sees their life as a journey of self-discovery. I will help you uncover the solutions that you already have and see the problematics of those solutions. I will help you listen to your muse, interpret your dreams, identify your interpersonal patterns and face the fears and anxieties that haunt you. I will treat your troubles with the utmost respect because they help you learn and grow. Gratitude softens pain."
Esther Ivy Herkowitz, Counselor
Counselor, MS, LMHC, MFLC
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I am not taking new clients at this time. Our thoughts, beliefs, behaviors, relationships and experiences shape us emotionally, physically and energetically. By compassionately exploring these, both healthy and undermining, new choices become possible. I offer principles from Behavioral Cognitive Therapy including guided meditation, diaphragmatic breathing, cognitive restructuring, progressive relaxation, and mindfulness. When reinforced, these techniques reliably increase wellness and reduce suffering and anxiety. You don't need to know the problem or the solution to begin. You only need to want something to change."
(607) 216-9165
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"I am not taking new clients at this time. Our thoughts, beliefs, behaviors, relationships and experiences shape us emotionally, physically and energetically. By compassionately exploring these, both healthy and undermining, new choices become possible. I offer principles from Behavioral Cognitive Therapy including guided meditation, diaphragmatic breathing, cognitive restructuring, progressive relaxation, and mindfulness. When reinforced, these techniques reliably increase wellness and reduce suffering and anxiety. You don't need to know the problem or the solution to begin. You only need to want something to change."
Maria Tia Holden, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS. Everyone functions uniquely. I focus compassionately on emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and relationships to examine patterns and slowly change them. Our ability to observe and use our will to change are the most powerful tools we possess to bring about changes we desire. Everyone experiences depression, anxiety, insecurities, doubt, and grief, but we can decide how to deal with life's changes, challenges, and transitions. Note: I do not accept insurance; instead, I take payment from you directly and you submit a receipt I give you to your insurance company for out of network benefits you may have. "
(415) 569-2455
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"ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS. Everyone functions uniquely. I focus compassionately on emotions, thoughts, behaviors, and relationships to examine patterns and slowly change them. Our ability to observe and use our will to change are the most powerful tools we possess to bring about changes we desire. Everyone experiences depression, anxiety, insecurities, doubt, and grief, but we can decide how to deal with life's changes, challenges, and transitions. Note: I do not accept insurance; instead, I take payment from you directly and you submit a receipt I give you to your insurance company for out of network benefits you may have. "
David Frahm, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I ANTICIPATE HAVING OPENINGS AT THE END OF MARCH. I would consider it a privilege to provide professional guidance for you as you work to enhance your life. I choose from a variety of proven therapy techniques, tailoring the approaches to best meet your individual needs. I treat preteens, adolescents, adults, couples and families. Client symptoms often include anxiety, depression, guilt, anger, stress, couple conflict, or family discord. A sincere respect and caring for you is foundational to our work together, and by limiting the size of my caseload I am better able to focus my therapeutic efforts on your progress."
(607) 333-7337
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"I ANTICIPATE HAVING OPENINGS AT THE END OF MARCH. I would consider it a privilege to provide professional guidance for you as you work to enhance your life. I choose from a variety of proven therapy techniques, tailoring the approaches to best meet your individual needs. I treat preteens, adolescents, adults, couples and families. Client symptoms often include anxiety, depression, guilt, anger, stress, couple conflict, or family discord. A sincere respect and caring for you is foundational to our work together, and by limiting the size of my caseload I am better able to focus my therapeutic efforts on your progress."
Ellen Zaslaw, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Treatment is tailored to the needs and preferences of the client. Some situations call for deep introspection, others for charting one's way through a predicament, and still others for behavioral or other targeted techniques. I have tools for all of these."
(607) 269-4174
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"Treatment is tailored to the needs and preferences of the client. Some situations call for deep introspection, others for charting one's way through a predicament, and still others for behavioral or other targeted techniques. I have tools for all of these."
Anthony Tod Rossi, Psychologist
Psychologist, Ph.D.
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I have worked as a Licensed Psychologist for many years, in private practice, psychiatric hospitals, and residential treatment centers. I have been a teacher of special needs children, college students, and psychiatry residents; and I supervise psychotherapists. I work with individuals of any age, families, and couples. My approach is generally client centered psychodynamic psychotherapy."
(607) 882-6218
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"I have worked as a Licensed Psychologist for many years, in private practice, psychiatric hospitals, and residential treatment centers. I have been a teacher of special needs children, college students, and psychiatry residents; and I supervise psychotherapists. I work with individuals of any age, families, and couples. My approach is generally client centered psychodynamic psychotherapy."
Amanda L Asrelsky, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPMFT, MA
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Our minds and bodies are powerful forces, which are wholly connected. Environmental factors, as well as belief and value systems are deeply rooted in how we present ourselves physically and emotionally. For many, painful life events can fracture the mind/body connection for the sake of survival. In children this may look like regressive behaviors in class or at home. Adults may experience anxious and depressive thoughts. Relationships may see increased tension and/or codependent traits. Healing from therapeutic intervention is recognizing unhelpful “parts” and bringing love, appreciation and competency to your internal world. "
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"Our minds and bodies are powerful forces, which are wholly connected. Environmental factors, as well as belief and value systems are deeply rooted in how we present ourselves physically and emotionally. For many, painful life events can fracture the mind/body connection for the sake of survival. In children this may look like regressive behaviors in class or at home. Adults may experience anxious and depressive thoughts. Relationships may see increased tension and/or codependent traits. Healing from therapeutic intervention is recognizing unhelpful “parts” and bringing love, appreciation and competency to your internal world. "

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Dialectical (DBT) Therapists
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is the treatment most closely associated with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). Therapists practice DBT in both individual and group sessions. The therapy combines elements of CBT to help with regulating emotion through distress tolerance and mindfulness. The goal of Dialectical Behavior Therapy is to alleviate the intense emotional pain associated with BPD. Its core assumption is that change and acceptance are intertwined. We typically think of our efforts to change things as emerging out of non-acceptance. We either decide to accept things as they are or we seek to change: through DBT it's not a case of change or acceptance, but resolving the conflicts to allow for self-acceptance and constructive change.

If you're looking for DBT therapy in 14850 or for a 14850 DBT therapist these professionals provide dialectical behavior therapy, DBT group therapy, DBT therapy, dialectic behavioral therapy (which is a common misspelling) and dialectical therapy. They provide dialectical counseling, DBT counseling in 14850 and DBT treatment. They include DBT groups, DBT therapists, DBT psychologists and DBT counseling.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 14850 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 14850 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 14850 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 14850 or family therapy in 14850.