Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am currently a video/phone-based psychotherapist who specializes in working with individuals, groups, and couples who want to have complex and transformative conversations about: Navigating life as a motivated person in eating disorder recovery trauma and its impact on the body (including queer/gender-non conforming and trans bodies and bodies impacted by intergenerational trauma), finding balance as a new or expectant parent, living sustainably with chronic health issues and Incorporating mindfulness practices and Buddhist psychology into psychotherapy sessions."
Eating Disorders
(646) 699-3844
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Eating Disorders
"I am currently a video/phone-based psychotherapist who specializes in working with individuals, groups, and couples who want to have complex and transformative conversations about: Navigating life as a motivated person in eating disorder recovery trauma and its impact on the body (including queer/gender-non conforming and trans bodies and bodies impacted by intergenerational trauma), finding balance as a new or expectant parent, living sustainably with chronic health issues and Incorporating mindfulness practices and Buddhist psychology into psychotherapy sessions."
Rosie Barton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I became a therapist because I know and have experienced the healing power of vulnerability. I work with men and women with disordered eating, body image, self esteem, and relationship concerns. I believe that there is so much more to life than constant thoughts about weight and shape, perfectionism, or unworthiness. My overall goes is to help you figure out what makes your life worth living so that you can experience a greater sense of personal meaning day to day."
Eating Disorders
(347) 287-8579
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Eating Disorders
"I became a therapist because I know and have experienced the healing power of vulnerability. I work with men and women with disordered eating, body image, self esteem, and relationship concerns. I believe that there is so much more to life than constant thoughts about weight and shape, perfectionism, or unworthiness. My overall goes is to help you figure out what makes your life worth living so that you can experience a greater sense of personal meaning day to day."
Sarah Thacker, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, EMDR, ATR-BC, RYT-500, C-IAYT
Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
"If you are struggling with emotional eating, an eating disorder, anxiety or past trauma, know that healing is possible. My hope is to offer you support through the frustrations of food challenges, anxious thoughts and feeling as though your past is getting in the way of how you want to feel. You have probably tried many other avenues in order to not have food or anxious thoughts control your life. If you are ready for a new approach that provides the change you desire, together we can identify blocks to feeling your best and use the most effective technique to move through and past them. "
Eating Disorders
(347) 836-5782
Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
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Eating Disorders
"If you are struggling with emotional eating, an eating disorder, anxiety or past trauma, know that healing is possible. My hope is to offer you support through the frustrations of food challenges, anxious thoughts and feeling as though your past is getting in the way of how you want to feel. You have probably tried many other avenues in order to not have food or anxious thoughts control your life. If you are ready for a new approach that provides the change you desire, together we can identify blocks to feeling your best and use the most effective technique to move through and past them. "
Krista Carpenter, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
"I specialize in treating Eating Disorders. I approach healing from a biological, psychological, social, spiritual (whole-person) perspective within a caring, confidential and collaborative relationship . I have a calming, warm approach with clients and tailor therapy to each individual and their particular needs. I emphasize insight, self-awareness and empowerment to help you lead a more gratifying life. I'll help you understand the meaning of symptoms and to rediscover your capacity to make the meaningful choices that are right for you. I have over a decade of experience in working with eating disorders, and now offer online therapy."
Eating Disorders
(970) 438-3013
Verified
Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Eating Disorders
"I specialize in treating Eating Disorders. I approach healing from a biological, psychological, social, spiritual (whole-person) perspective within a caring, confidential and collaborative relationship . I have a calming, warm approach with clients and tailor therapy to each individual and their particular needs. I emphasize insight, self-awareness and empowerment to help you lead a more gratifying life. I'll help you understand the meaning of symptoms and to rediscover your capacity to make the meaningful choices that are right for you. I have over a decade of experience in working with eating disorders, and now offer online therapy."
Joanne F. Labiner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
"Having trouble finding, maintaining a relationship? Do you struggle with emotional eating and body image/self-esteem? See me quoted in New York Post, "Is This The Most Dangerous Diet Ever?" by Doree Lewak. Are you pulling your hair out? Trouble sleeping? Feeling stuck, hopeless? I'll help you get what you want sooner, using a variety of techniques to overcome your problems. It may be scary to reach out for help, but it's so much better than continuing down the same unsatisfying path. I listen actively and respond immediately to your concerns with warmth, understanding, and practical suggestions."
Eating Disorders
(646) 480-6279
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Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
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Eating Disorders
"Having trouble finding, maintaining a relationship? Do you struggle with emotional eating and body image/self-esteem? See me quoted in New York Post, "Is This The Most Dangerous Diet Ever?" by Doree Lewak. Are you pulling your hair out? Trouble sleeping? Feeling stuck, hopeless? I'll help you get what you want sooner, using a variety of techniques to overcome your problems. It may be scary to reach out for help, but it's so much better than continuing down the same unsatisfying path. I listen actively and respond immediately to your concerns with warmth, understanding, and practical suggestions."
Bianca VonBank, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
"I provide effective and solution focused treatment for adults and adolescents. I specialize in using Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to treat binge and emotional eating, anxiety, depression, codependency, and women's issues. If you struggle with compulsive eating, negative thoughts, or excessive worry and overthinking, I can help. I take an action-oriented approach to changing the behaviors, emotions, and thoughts that are causing problems in your life. Let's not just talk about it - let's create lasting change! Be sure to check out my website for more information."
Eating Disorders
(480) 351-5172
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Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
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Eating Disorders
"I provide effective and solution focused treatment for adults and adolescents. I specialize in using Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to treat binge and emotional eating, anxiety, depression, codependency, and women's issues. If you struggle with compulsive eating, negative thoughts, or excessive worry and overthinking, I can help. I take an action-oriented approach to changing the behaviors, emotions, and thoughts that are causing problems in your life. Let's not just talk about it - let's create lasting change! Be sure to check out my website for more information."
Camila de Onís
LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
"Are you tired of feeling this way? Do you repeat behaviors that confuse and upset you? Is it easier to hide than talk about? I get it. The first step to feeling better is reaching out. If you’re new to therapy or choosing to return, the decision to get help is brave. You’re making a commitment to a relationship that’s unlike any other. I provide a safe space to explore your feelings & their connection to struggles past and present. The more you understand who you are, the more connected you’ll feel in relationships, able to manage your emotions, and make choices that align with your goals. "
Eating Disorders
(646) 846-5412
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Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
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Eating Disorders
"Are you tired of feeling this way? Do you repeat behaviors that confuse and upset you? Is it easier to hide than talk about? I get it. The first step to feeling better is reaching out. If you’re new to therapy or choosing to return, the decision to get help is brave. You’re making a commitment to a relationship that’s unlike any other. I provide a safe space to explore your feelings & their connection to struggles past and present. The more you understand who you are, the more connected you’ll feel in relationships, able to manage your emotions, and make choices that align with your goals. "
Erika Cooley Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
"At Erika Cooley Therapy, we believe you’re fundamentally well. If you’re here, you’re likely suffering. We get it. We understand you don’t feel well right now, or maybe you haven’t for a very long time. You may hold beliefs that you are inadequate, unlovable or broken. You can shed these dis-empowering stories and reconnect, or connect for the first time, with your most authentic self. We want to work with you to live your fullest and most vibrant life, so you can share yourself with the world. Whether you’re reaching out for the first time, or tried therapy multiple times but haven’t found what you’re looking for, we can help"
Eating Disorders
(516) 701-2715
Verified
Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
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Eating Disorders
"At Erika Cooley Therapy, we believe you’re fundamentally well. If you’re here, you’re likely suffering. We get it. We understand you don’t feel well right now, or maybe you haven’t for a very long time. You may hold beliefs that you are inadequate, unlovable or broken. You can shed these dis-empowering stories and reconnect, or connect for the first time, with your most authentic self. We want to work with you to live your fullest and most vibrant life, so you can share yourself with the world. Whether you’re reaching out for the first time, or tried therapy multiple times but haven’t found what you’re looking for, we can help"
Erika Malm Cooley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
"Life is worth living when we feel authentic and genuine, and engage in meaningful relationships. Sadness, grief, disappointment, hurt and loss are all natural human emotions. Feeling chronically anxious, depressed, inadequate or unlovable are not. These unrelenting feelings come from an injury (or injuries) that hasn’t healed. Regardless of where your emotional injury comes from, you can learn to regulate your reactions, heal these wounds, take care of yourself, and connect to your sense of meaning & purpose. The more you live in alignment with your values & what is meaningful to you, the better you will feel. "
Eating Disorders
(646) 461-4619
Verified
Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
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Eating Disorders
"Life is worth living when we feel authentic and genuine, and engage in meaningful relationships. Sadness, grief, disappointment, hurt and loss are all natural human emotions. Feeling chronically anxious, depressed, inadequate or unlovable are not. These unrelenting feelings come from an injury (or injuries) that hasn’t healed. Regardless of where your emotional injury comes from, you can learn to regulate your reactions, heal these wounds, take care of yourself, and connect to your sense of meaning & purpose. The more you live in alignment with your values & what is meaningful to you, the better you will feel. "
Allyson Nugent, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am an empathetic, client-centered psycho-dynamic therapist with 20+ years of experience. I have worked with diverse populations, from young children and teens to seniors, couples, and individuals with different cultural backgrounds and sexual orientations. I have worked with patients struggling to overcome panic, social anxiety, OCD, depression, eating disorders, addictions and relationship issues. My personal and professional philosophy is CBT and mindfulness-based and my style is interactive and nonjudgmental. My clients say they feel heard, while at the same time, they are not the only one contributing to the sessions."
Eating Disorders
(646) 916-5162
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Eating Disorders
"I am an empathetic, client-centered psycho-dynamic therapist with 20+ years of experience. I have worked with diverse populations, from young children and teens to seniors, couples, and individuals with different cultural backgrounds and sexual orientations. I have worked with patients struggling to overcome panic, social anxiety, OCD, depression, eating disorders, addictions and relationship issues. My personal and professional philosophy is CBT and mindfulness-based and my style is interactive and nonjudgmental. My clients say they feel heard, while at the same time, they are not the only one contributing to the sessions."
Natasha Shapiro, Art Therapist
Art Therapist, MPS, ATR-BC, LCAT
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
"Are you encountering challenges in your life, such as stress, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, difficulties with relationships and career? Or are you seeking support for your recovery from trauma, PTSD, eating disorder or other specific challenge? Together will find ways to process and work through such issues to enable you to engage fully with your life and enhance your personal development. I have a holistic approach and open mind and cultivate a comfortable, non-judgmental and safe space for many kinds of self-expression, whether verbal or using creative arts."
Eating Disorders
(917) 791-4215
Verified
Office is near:
Brooklyn, New York 11201
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Eating Disorders
"Are you encountering challenges in your life, such as stress, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, difficulties with relationships and career? Or are you seeking support for your recovery from trauma, PTSD, eating disorder or other specific challenge? Together will find ways to process and work through such issues to enable you to engage fully with your life and enhance your personal development. I have a holistic approach and open mind and cultivate a comfortable, non-judgmental and safe space for many kinds of self-expression, whether verbal or using creative arts."
Dolly Moon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW-R, BCD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Through a professional relationship and in a safe environment, I can help you gain insight into motives and interpersonal matters, and self-acceptance. My belief is that emotional healing is achieved through empathy, professional honesty, and careful listening. While my theoretical approaches are chiefly Relational and Interpersonal, I make thoughtful adjustments to meet individual needs."
Eating Disorders
(718) 355-9368
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Eating Disorders
"Through a professional relationship and in a safe environment, I can help you gain insight into motives and interpersonal matters, and self-acceptance. My belief is that emotional healing is achieved through empathy, professional honesty, and careful listening. While my theoretical approaches are chiefly Relational and Interpersonal, I make thoughtful adjustments to meet individual needs."
Sarah Spitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Looking to live your best life? I am a therapist who believes in holistic healing and the power of connection and compassion. I seek to empower individuals who are looking to better understand themselves, cope effectively with life stressors, navigate relationship issues, work on self-esteem, or want to integrate mental health into their overall wellness. I also specialize in working with individuals struggling with disordered eating and negative body image. I support clients in building and strengthening the mind-body connection, and identifying places in their lives where they would like to find balance and healing."
Eating Disorders
(646) 780-7746
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Eating Disorders
"Looking to live your best life? I am a therapist who believes in holistic healing and the power of connection and compassion. I seek to empower individuals who are looking to better understand themselves, cope effectively with life stressors, navigate relationship issues, work on self-esteem, or want to integrate mental health into their overall wellness. I also specialize in working with individuals struggling with disordered eating and negative body image. I support clients in building and strengthening the mind-body connection, and identifying places in their lives where they would like to find balance and healing."
Michael Fischman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW-R, CGP, CAMS-I
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hello and welcome to my profile. By now I would assume that you've read several profiles on the "Psychology Today" site and by this point they are probably all sounding astonishingly similar. That's got to be frustrating. I hope that the following information concerning my practice doesn't have the same effect. Let me be brief: I work with a multitude of issues and problems that relate to: couples, anxiety, depression and anger management. I also work with addictions including eating disorders. My approach can help you work through unconscious conflict (repeating patterns again and again without understanding why) as well as compulsive behaviors such as drinking, thought ruminating and habitual behaviors that are difficult to control.I can help you 'evolve' out of your particular problem. I am supportive and reality based while I can always find humor in the worst and the best of times. Together we can turn this all around and get you to where you want to be."
Eating Disorders
(917) 725-5173
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Eating Disorders
"Hello and welcome to my profile. By now I would assume that you've read several profiles on the "Psychology Today" site and by this point they are probably all sounding astonishingly similar. That's got to be frustrating. I hope that the following information concerning my practice doesn't have the same effect. Let me be brief: I work with a multitude of issues and problems that relate to: couples, anxiety, depression and anger management. I also work with addictions including eating disorders. My approach can help you work through unconscious conflict (repeating patterns again and again without understanding why) as well as compulsive behaviors such as drinking, thought ruminating and habitual behaviors that are difficult to control.I can help you 'evolve' out of your particular problem. I am supportive and reality based while I can always find humor in the worst and the best of times. Together we can turn this all around and get you to where you want to be."
Cassandra Reid, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I approach my work with a belief in the power of the human connection and the ability of people to nurture one another. Beginning with a relationship based on respect and empathy, my goal is to help people create a more balanced life, one that is both authentic and open to change. I view our process as collaborative and know that to communicate freely, people must feel safe, supported and connected. In this space, one is better able to express their needs, provide feedback and develop insight into their own experience."
Eating Disorders
(917) 994-8586
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Eating Disorders
"I approach my work with a belief in the power of the human connection and the ability of people to nurture one another. Beginning with a relationship based on respect and empathy, my goal is to help people create a more balanced life, one that is both authentic and open to change. I view our process as collaborative and know that to communicate freely, people must feel safe, supported and connected. In this space, one is better able to express their needs, provide feedback and develop insight into their own experience."
Crystal DeBoise, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Would you like to be living to your full potential but you feel stuck? Are you coping with a crisis or difficult situation? Whether it's to learn coping skills, improve relationships, change your work experience, or adjust to a new reality, I will walk with you in understanding yourself better, achieving your goals, reducing negative patterns, and achieving emotional well being. *** All adults and adolescents are welcome. I have a lot of experience working with attorneys, people in high stress environments, frustrated artists, non-mainstream sexualities, new parents, relationship dynamics, and body oriented concerns. "
Eating Disorders
(929) 295-4306
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Eating Disorders
"Would you like to be living to your full potential but you feel stuck? Are you coping with a crisis or difficult situation? Whether it's to learn coping skills, improve relationships, change your work experience, or adjust to a new reality, I will walk with you in understanding yourself better, achieving your goals, reducing negative patterns, and achieving emotional well being. *** All adults and adolescents are welcome. I have a lot of experience working with attorneys, people in high stress environments, frustrated artists, non-mainstream sexualities, new parents, relationship dynamics, and body oriented concerns. "
John Menaker, Psychologist
Psychologist, MA, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Most people come to therapy with a specific symptom or problem, which they hope to change. It may be a particular fear such as a fear of flying or of speaking up in groups; it may be a more general, distressing, feeling of depression or loneliness, or it may be a pattern of behavior that is disruptive - a pattern such as a tendency to be hypercritical, a difficulty in taking initiative or an inability to keep one's own needs and wishes firmly in mind."
Eating Disorders
(917) 693-4873
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Eating Disorders
"Most people come to therapy with a specific symptom or problem, which they hope to change. It may be a particular fear such as a fear of flying or of speaking up in groups; it may be a more general, distressing, feeling of depression or loneliness, or it may be a pattern of behavior that is disruptive - a pattern such as a tendency to be hypercritical, a difficulty in taking initiative or an inability to keep one's own needs and wishes firmly in mind."
Joey Ackerman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"Psychotherapy is an opportunity to actively engage and work on obstacles that may be inhibiting personal growth and happiness. It is a therapist's job to be actively engaged in this process and to help in a way that is sensitive, constructive, and sensible. I feel that it's important to work on the identification of key issues, but to also find practical ways of moving forward. My approach draws upon various therapeutic techniques and modalities. I work diligently with each individual to ensure that we work with a technique that will be the most productive for the client."
Eating Disorders
(646) 490-0569
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Eating Disorders
"Psychotherapy is an opportunity to actively engage and work on obstacles that may be inhibiting personal growth and happiness. It is a therapist's job to be actively engaged in this process and to help in a way that is sensitive, constructive, and sensible. I feel that it's important to work on the identification of key issues, but to also find practical ways of moving forward. My approach draws upon various therapeutic techniques and modalities. I work diligently with each individual to ensure that we work with a technique that will be the most productive for the client."
Sally Frances, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"In private practice for over 30 years, I love helping people transform their lives. I believe we are capable of growing emotionally and psychologically right up until death--unless something stops us. Sometimes, things happen that are so bad, our energy for developing skills and talents gets diverted. My job, as I see it, is to help unlock the mysteries of how people "got off the track", and help them restart healthy development. In order to alleviate emotional suffering, I continue going to new trainings all the time, to learn more ways of helping my patients."
Eating Disorders
(718) 569-8025
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Eating Disorders
"In private practice for over 30 years, I love helping people transform their lives. I believe we are capable of growing emotionally and psychologically right up until death--unless something stops us. Sometimes, things happen that are so bad, our energy for developing skills and talents gets diverted. My job, as I see it, is to help unlock the mysteries of how people "got off the track", and help them restart healthy development. In order to alleviate emotional suffering, I continue going to new trainings all the time, to learn more ways of helping my patients."
Kelli Knabe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCS-R
"Psychotherapy offers us the opportunity to have the support we need to examine those areas of our lives we find painful, confusing, and/or challenging. It is common for all of us from time to time to feel "stuck" in our lives, or faced with problems that we cannot seem to overcome. My goal is to help my clients access their internal and interpersonal resources in ways that are healing and help them gain a greater sense of personal agency in their lives. We may achieve this by exploring the past, looking at the present, or a combination of both."
Eating Disorders
(646) 583-3379
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Eating Disorders
"Psychotherapy offers us the opportunity to have the support we need to examine those areas of our lives we find painful, confusing, and/or challenging. It is common for all of us from time to time to feel "stuck" in our lives, or faced with problems that we cannot seem to overcome. My goal is to help my clients access their internal and interpersonal resources in ways that are healing and help them gain a greater sense of personal agency in their lives. We may achieve this by exploring the past, looking at the present, or a combination of both."

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