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"Engaging in Psychotherapy can be a life changing experience in that it has the power to potentially change your relationship with your partner, your friends, children and your self. As a therapist with years of experience, I have helped many people live more satisfying lives. Often, therapy identifies areas of living that are problematic, even painful, and it will be a shared effort between us to find solutions and help you feel better, more optimistic, and more self aware. I love doing the work of engaging with people, and bringing the skills and training I have acquired to bear on the issues that are central to their lives."
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"Engaging in Psychotherapy can be a life changing experience in that it has the power to potentially change your relationship with your partner, your friends, children and your self. As a therapist with years of experience, I have helped many people live more satisfying lives. Often, therapy identifies areas of living that are problematic, even painful, and it will be a shared effort between us to find solutions and help you feel better, more optimistic, and more self aware. I love doing the work of engaging with people, and bringing the skills and training I have acquired to bear on the issues that are central to their lives."
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"Throughout the 30 years I have been helping clients improve their lives, and helping therapists improve professional skills, the resilience of the human spirit continually amazes me. I see therapy as a team effort, my job being to listen carefully to the issues worrying/frustrating you and your job to present your concerns to me. Together we will develop a working relationship with the goal of overcoming problems and fears. Every person who walks through my door is treated as a unique individual entitled to a personally satisfying life. It is my pleasure to join you on that journey."
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"Throughout the 30 years I have been helping clients improve their lives, and helping therapists improve professional skills, the resilience of the human spirit continually amazes me. I see therapy as a team effort, my job being to listen carefully to the issues worrying/frustrating you and your job to present your concerns to me. Together we will develop a working relationship with the goal of overcoming problems and fears. Every person who walks through my door is treated as a unique individual entitled to a personally satisfying life. It is my pleasure to join you on that journey."
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"I believe that therapy is a partnership. Together, we can explore the issues that are concerning you and the things you would like to change in your life. Through therapy we can identify and remove old beliefs, patterns and fears that get in the way of fully enjoying life. We can work in a variety of ways, from very deep work that aims to heal childhood trauma, to cognitive-behavioral techniques which address specific, practical problems. My approach is relaxed, supportive, holistic, empowering and nonjudgmental. I work with a range of issues: addictions, depression, anxiety, relationship and family difficulties and trauma."
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(914) 288-5870
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"I believe that therapy is a partnership. Together, we can explore the issues that are concerning you and the things you would like to change in your life. Through therapy we can identify and remove old beliefs, patterns and fears that get in the way of fully enjoying life. We can work in a variety of ways, from very deep work that aims to heal childhood trauma, to cognitive-behavioral techniques which address specific, practical problems. My approach is relaxed, supportive, holistic, empowering and nonjudgmental. I work with a range of issues: addictions, depression, anxiety, relationship and family difficulties and trauma."
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"Why is it that the most important relationship in our lives is often the one that gets the least attention? Self-care is so essential, and yet many of us leave it for last or skip it all together. Many of us in today’s society feel enormous pressure to do and have it all, often at the expense of our happiness and mental health. The resulting anxiety, stress, and depression can be difficult to manage on your own. In my practice, I focus on the therapeutic relationship and interpersonal connection, as I believe that trust and an open dialogue are the first steps in achieving meaningful change. "
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(914) 354-3735
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"Why is it that the most important relationship in our lives is often the one that gets the least attention? Self-care is so essential, and yet many of us leave it for last or skip it all together. Many of us in today’s society feel enormous pressure to do and have it all, often at the expense of our happiness and mental health. The resulting anxiety, stress, and depression can be difficult to manage on your own. In my practice, I focus on the therapeutic relationship and interpersonal connection, as I believe that trust and an open dialogue are the first steps in achieving meaningful change. "
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"I started as a staff psychologist in 1973 working at South Beach Psychiatric Center, an outpatient clinic in Brooklyn. In my 21 years there, I rose to the position of clinic director, which I held for 6 years before leaving. After moving to Westchester County, I became the director of the Clinic and Day Hospital Outpatient Programs of Rockland Psychiatric Center in White Plains. After 8 years as director, I left in 2003 and then worked for 10 years as a staff psychologist and supervisor of psychology interns and externs at Westchester Jewish Community Services in Hartsdale. I maintain a private practice in Katonah."
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(914) 338-8972
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"I started as a staff psychologist in 1973 working at South Beach Psychiatric Center, an outpatient clinic in Brooklyn. In my 21 years there, I rose to the position of clinic director, which I held for 6 years before leaving. After moving to Westchester County, I became the director of the Clinic and Day Hospital Outpatient Programs of Rockland Psychiatric Center in White Plains. After 8 years as director, I left in 2003 and then worked for 10 years as a staff psychologist and supervisor of psychology interns and externs at Westchester Jewish Community Services in Hartsdale. I maintain a private practice in Katonah."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years' experience working with adults of all ages. I collaborate with each client to create a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship within which the individual can explore and clarify difficulties, come to a deeper understanding, and make changes that lead to a more fulfilling life. I integrate aspects of psychodynamic, interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness approaches, and tailor the work to the individual needs of my clients."
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(914) 930-2953
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years' experience working with adults of all ages. I collaborate with each client to create a safe and trusting therapeutic relationship within which the individual can explore and clarify difficulties, come to a deeper understanding, and make changes that lead to a more fulfilling life. I integrate aspects of psychodynamic, interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness approaches, and tailor the work to the individual needs of my clients."
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"Hello and welcome! I provide empathic, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and ADHD coaching in person and on the phone. Are you grappling with anxiety, depression, ADHD, low-self esteem, body image issues, parenting, relationship and/or work issues? I have over 15 years of experience with helping my clients to live happier, more effective, peaceful lives."
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(347) 797-5845
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"Hello and welcome! I provide empathic, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and ADHD coaching in person and on the phone. Are you grappling with anxiety, depression, ADHD, low-self esteem, body image issues, parenting, relationship and/or work issues? I have over 15 years of experience with helping my clients to live happier, more effective, peaceful lives."
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"If you are an adolescent or adult experiencing a life transition, spiritual and/or relationship crisis and are tired of just talking about or analyzing your issues, body-centered psychotherapy can help. You will learn to study how you organize particular present experience like a tension pattern,habitual gesture, feeling or image. Since most behavior is automatic and based on habits and core material, body psychotherapy helps you recognize and work with these core patterns mentally, emotionally and physically. You will deepen your capacity for self understanding, free yourself from limited habitual patterns, communicate more effectively and create more satisfying options."
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(914) 810-3058
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"If you are an adolescent or adult experiencing a life transition, spiritual and/or relationship crisis and are tired of just talking about or analyzing your issues, body-centered psychotherapy can help. You will learn to study how you organize particular present experience like a tension pattern,habitual gesture, feeling or image. Since most behavior is automatic and based on habits and core material, body psychotherapy helps you recognize and work with these core patterns mentally, emotionally and physically. You will deepen your capacity for self understanding, free yourself from limited habitual patterns, communicate more effectively and create more satisfying options."
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"The experience of feeling truly heard and understood is in itself powerful and healing. If you are considering beginning therapy, you may feel alone with your suffering, suffocated or paralyzed by seemingly insurmountable problems. Within the safety and trust of the therapeutic relationship we develop, I will listen closely to you and remain present with your experience. We will work together to gain a sense of spaciousness and greater self-compassion around the issues that bring you to treatment. I work flexibly, combining elements of psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral and mindfulness-based approaches to fit your individual needs."
Elders (65+)
(914) 344-2099
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"The experience of feeling truly heard and understood is in itself powerful and healing. If you are considering beginning therapy, you may feel alone with your suffering, suffocated or paralyzed by seemingly insurmountable problems. Within the safety and trust of the therapeutic relationship we develop, I will listen closely to you and remain present with your experience. We will work together to gain a sense of spaciousness and greater self-compassion around the issues that bring you to treatment. I work flexibly, combining elements of psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral and mindfulness-based approaches to fit your individual needs."
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"I have worked with children, adolescents, and adults in private practice, in schools and in agency settings for over 30 years. I will help you to recognize and use your talents and strengths to achieve your goals and ambitions. Typical concerns and issues that people seek my help with include: strained and/or conflictual relationships with children, relatives, and friends; school and learning problems; workplace and career dilemmas; loss and grief; trauma; anxiety and depression."
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(914) 228-7474
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"I have worked with children, adolescents, and adults in private practice, in schools and in agency settings for over 30 years. I will help you to recognize and use your talents and strengths to achieve your goals and ambitions. Typical concerns and issues that people seek my help with include: strained and/or conflictual relationships with children, relatives, and friends; school and learning problems; workplace and career dilemmas; loss and grief; trauma; anxiety and depression."
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"Working in Mental Health for over 25 years, I have compassionately helped people through the challenges in their lives. Initially trained by Cornell Master Clinicians, and later Institute trained, my Integrative Treatment Specialty Areas are the following: Anxiety, Depression, Loss, Navigating Family Problems, Challenging Relationships, Life Transitions, Therapy for Family Members of Alcohol/Substance Abusers, Expertise helping Medical/Wellness Professionals. **I am also adept at working with people who have been in therapy before and need to return because of new challenges and/or old issues resurfacing. See www.LauraOKeefe.com "
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(914) 940-4476
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"Working in Mental Health for over 25 years, I have compassionately helped people through the challenges in their lives. Initially trained by Cornell Master Clinicians, and later Institute trained, my Integrative Treatment Specialty Areas are the following: Anxiety, Depression, Loss, Navigating Family Problems, Challenging Relationships, Life Transitions, Therapy for Family Members of Alcohol/Substance Abusers, Expertise helping Medical/Wellness Professionals. **I am also adept at working with people who have been in therapy before and need to return because of new challenges and/or old issues resurfacing. See www.LauraOKeefe.com "
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"Attention...what does it take to get our attention? Usually, it's something unfamiliar. I work with individuals who experience a "symptom," a grief, a depression, an anxiety, a life-threatening illness, a crisis in an important relationship; a time when you are asked to pause, to pay attention to your self and bring curiosity to your life. A symptom is an invitation to look at the story of your life and visit where you have felt alone and where you need to come home to yourself in order to make this issue transform and experience more fulfillment."
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(914) 214-1724
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"Attention...what does it take to get our attention? Usually, it's something unfamiliar. I work with individuals who experience a "symptom," a grief, a depression, an anxiety, a life-threatening illness, a crisis in an important relationship; a time when you are asked to pause, to pay attention to your self and bring curiosity to your life. A symptom is an invitation to look at the story of your life and visit where you have felt alone and where you need to come home to yourself in order to make this issue transform and experience more fulfillment."
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"I am trained as a child psychologist and work with children, infants through adolescence. I am also a marital therapist, and bring a knowledge of nonverbal communication research, infant research, mindfulness practice, and relationship research to the work that I do with couples and families. I am an experienced Divorce Coach and Child Specialist in Collaborative Divorce, as well as a trained mediator and negotiator. I focus on system dynamics in relationships, be they partner, family or business relationships, and strive to help people cope with conflict engagement. I'm also available for consultation for witness preparation."
Elders (65+)
(914) 265-2049
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"I am trained as a child psychologist and work with children, infants through adolescence. I am also a marital therapist, and bring a knowledge of nonverbal communication research, infant research, mindfulness practice, and relationship research to the work that I do with couples and families. I am an experienced Divorce Coach and Child Specialist in Collaborative Divorce, as well as a trained mediator and negotiator. I focus on system dynamics in relationships, be they partner, family or business relationships, and strive to help people cope with conflict engagement. I'm also available for consultation for witness preparation."
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"My practice is rooted in my belief in the resilience of the human spirit, and my passion for supporting my clients in the process of healing and growth. As an emotionally focused therapist, I work with individuals, couples and families, and integrate a variety of treatment modalities tailored to my clients' individual needs. Among the issues I commonly work with are anxiety and depression, relationship challenges, trauma, grief and loss. The choice to begin therapy is an act of courage and hope. I am committed to creating a safe space to explore the difficulties you are facing, as well as what inspires you."
Elders (65+)
(914) 352-5052
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"My practice is rooted in my belief in the resilience of the human spirit, and my passion for supporting my clients in the process of healing and growth. As an emotionally focused therapist, I work with individuals, couples and families, and integrate a variety of treatment modalities tailored to my clients' individual needs. Among the issues I commonly work with are anxiety and depression, relationship challenges, trauma, grief and loss. The choice to begin therapy is an act of courage and hope. I am committed to creating a safe space to explore the difficulties you are facing, as well as what inspires you."
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"As a solution-focused counselor, I have many years of working with adolescents and adults through issues of anger management, ptsd, drug and alcohol addiction, and grief."
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(914) 618-5083
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"As a solution-focused counselor, I have many years of working with adolescents and adults through issues of anger management, ptsd, drug and alcohol addiction, and grief."
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"I have a Masters in Social Work and I am a Licensed Addiction Counselor working with individuals and families since 2008. My focus is not just on the person with substance issues as I also provide therapy to those who are equally effected (parents, spouses, and siblings). I am a trained interventionist and facilitate interventions working with families and loved ones throughout the process. I specialize in adolescent crisis intervention, provide safe and professional transport services, and make arrangements for admission to therapeutic boarding schools, wilderness programs, and treatment centers. "
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(646) 859-1348
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"I have a Masters in Social Work and I am a Licensed Addiction Counselor working with individuals and families since 2008. My focus is not just on the person with substance issues as I also provide therapy to those who are equally effected (parents, spouses, and siblings). I am a trained interventionist and facilitate interventions working with families and loved ones throughout the process. I specialize in adolescent crisis intervention, provide safe and professional transport services, and make arrangements for admission to therapeutic boarding schools, wilderness programs, and treatment centers. "
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"Licensed Social Workers are trained and educated to assist in many situations. You are guaranteed confidentiality and someone that will listen and assist you with your problems in a compassionate manner. I have assisted individual clients, families and groups for many years in dealing with mental health problems, addictions and substance abuse, physical and sexual abuse, anxiety, relationship issues and many more situations and difficulties of life. In addition, I am certified in hypnotherapy and EMDR."
Elders (65+)
(914) 888-2077
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"Licensed Social Workers are trained and educated to assist in many situations. You are guaranteed confidentiality and someone that will listen and assist you with your problems in a compassionate manner. I have assisted individual clients, families and groups for many years in dealing with mental health problems, addictions and substance abuse, physical and sexual abuse, anxiety, relationship issues and many more situations and difficulties of life. In addition, I am certified in hypnotherapy and EMDR."
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"Do you struggle with relationships, anxiety, codependency or other issues that limit your achieving the most out of life? With 30 years of experience as a trained modern psychoanalyst, I've worked with a variety of individuals and couples to help them successfully achieve their desired goals. Since everyone is different, I approach each individual and each session with the desire to help you find insight and learn to grow. With empathy and compassion, I will help you navigate difficult feelings so you can feel free and confident in your life and relationships."
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(914) 752-5156
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"Do you struggle with relationships, anxiety, codependency or other issues that limit your achieving the most out of life? With 30 years of experience as a trained modern psychoanalyst, I've worked with a variety of individuals and couples to help them successfully achieve their desired goals. Since everyone is different, I approach each individual and each session with the desire to help you find insight and learn to grow. With empathy and compassion, I will help you navigate difficult feelings so you can feel free and confident in your life and relationships."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, BCETS
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"When we struggle--especially with this period of the coronavirus added in--where do we look for help? How do we know which kind of therapy to choose and how do we obtain it safely? Online or in person I employ a mindfulness-based, strengths-based approach toward healing and personal development, including areas such as trauma and PTSD, anxiety, dissociation, depression, relationship difficulties, life transitions, death & dying, grief, and psycho-spiritual development. Meditation practice is a tool that research establishes can integral to healing depending on your needs. "
Elders (65+)
(914) 361-9975
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"When we struggle--especially with this period of the coronavirus added in--where do we look for help? How do we know which kind of therapy to choose and how do we obtain it safely? Online or in person I employ a mindfulness-based, strengths-based approach toward healing and personal development, including areas such as trauma and PTSD, anxiety, dissociation, depression, relationship difficulties, life transitions, death & dying, grief, and psycho-spiritual development. Meditation practice is a tool that research establishes can integral to healing depending on your needs. "
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"Welcome. Let's have a conversation about what is working and not working, in your life. Are you seeking support during a period of transition, or are you interested in a deeper therapy including dream work? I'm a licensed psychoanalyst in private practice in Northern Westchester where I treat adults and couples. I work in supportive psychotherapy as well as psychoanalysis. Let's have that conversation."
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(914) 703-4815
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"Welcome. Let's have a conversation about what is working and not working, in your life. Are you seeking support during a period of transition, or are you interested in a deeper therapy including dream work? I'm a licensed psychoanalyst in private practice in Northern Westchester where I treat adults and couples. I work in supportive psychotherapy as well as psychoanalysis. Let's have that conversation."

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The therapists listed here have identified their interest in elder therapy in 10536 or help for 10536 elderly people in therapy. Therapists who work with elders (for instance, elderly parents, elderly women or even elderly abuse) handle a broad range of issues especially as they relate to caring for the elderly and homes for the elderly in 10536. Elderly depression is a common problem that can be helped by therapy for elderly people. Psychiatrists who work with the elderly are sometimes referred to as 10536 geriatric psychiatrists or geropsychiatrists.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 10536 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 10536 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 10536 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 10536 or family therapy in 10536.