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"(Un)fun therapy fact: most people assiduously avoid what they need most. As humans we want deep, authentic relationships. But what do most of us do about that? Some binge on social media, compare our real lives to other people's illusory ones, and feel like pariahs. Some of us are out socializing up a storm, but too often end up surrounded by people we don't feel connected to, telling zero of them the truth about what's going on inside our heads. None of us is alone in feeling alone, but all of us secretly think that we are. If we want to break out of interpersonal jail, we need to remember how to talk to--and listen to--each other."
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(929) 203-5469
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Existential
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"(Un)fun therapy fact: most people assiduously avoid what they need most. As humans we want deep, authentic relationships. But what do most of us do about that? Some binge on social media, compare our real lives to other people's illusory ones, and feel like pariahs. Some of us are out socializing up a storm, but too often end up surrounded by people we don't feel connected to, telling zero of them the truth about what's going on inside our heads. None of us is alone in feeling alone, but all of us secretly think that we are. If we want to break out of interpersonal jail, we need to remember how to talk to--and listen to--each other."
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"An artist who never experienced being loved by a woman may look for a different therapy than someone who, after the collapse of the Twin Towers, has experienced crises of panic and is unable to travel the subway. Somebody may want to stop using drugs and alcohol, but may also be interested in finding a spiritual path. Most frequently, people do not know what they want from therapy. Finding out is part of it. Some go to therapy to solve a problem, and some to grow and look for the meaning of life, while others have both reasons."
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"An artist who never experienced being loved by a woman may look for a different therapy than someone who, after the collapse of the Twin Towers, has experienced crises of panic and is unable to travel the subway. Somebody may want to stop using drugs and alcohol, but may also be interested in finding a spiritual path. Most frequently, people do not know what they want from therapy. Finding out is part of it. Some go to therapy to solve a problem, and some to grow and look for the meaning of life, while others have both reasons."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist who in 25 years of experience has developed a unique way of blending traditional psychology, cognitive-behavioral therapy and current coaching techniques. I use my clinical expertise to evaluate where a client is today, what impediments from the past still play a role and then become a coaching partner for my clients to help them develop and realize personal goals."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist who in 25 years of experience has developed a unique way of blending traditional psychology, cognitive-behavioral therapy and current coaching techniques. I use my clinical expertise to evaluate where a client is today, what impediments from the past still play a role and then become a coaching partner for my clients to help them develop and realize personal goals."
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"In working with patients, I have learned the "connection" we make will lead to fruitful change. In therapy, I will provide you a most unusual opportunity to find your voice. We begin by working on very specific concerns, to the more elusive, abstract conflicts of a more esoteric life that aren't so simple to characterize. Most everyone comes to therapy with different hopes, unique needs, and a desire to seek what is transformational. I define therapy as the time spent between the therapist and the patient, bringing about insight and discovery, and how this can result in change in your everyday life. I work to create a trusting relationship with all of my patients. In the initial sessions, I ask numerous questions, focusing on what brings you to therapy at this moment in time, and to establish a working rapport where you feel safe and listened to, without judgement, during our time together."
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"In working with patients, I have learned the "connection" we make will lead to fruitful change. In therapy, I will provide you a most unusual opportunity to find your voice. We begin by working on very specific concerns, to the more elusive, abstract conflicts of a more esoteric life that aren't so simple to characterize. Most everyone comes to therapy with different hopes, unique needs, and a desire to seek what is transformational. I define therapy as the time spent between the therapist and the patient, bringing about insight and discovery, and how this can result in change in your everyday life. I work to create a trusting relationship with all of my patients. In the initial sessions, I ask numerous questions, focusing on what brings you to therapy at this moment in time, and to establish a working rapport where you feel safe and listened to, without judgement, during our time together."
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"You smile through it all or hide till you can bring yourself to smile again. People around you think you have it all together but on the inside, you feel like a bunch of separate pieces loosely held together. You don’t know how these pieces fit together or if they do at all. You’re confused, lost, and stuck because the same things seem to be happening over and over and either you don’t know why or you don’t know where to start. "
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"You smile through it all or hide till you can bring yourself to smile again. People around you think you have it all together but on the inside, you feel like a bunch of separate pieces loosely held together. You don’t know how these pieces fit together or if they do at all. You’re confused, lost, and stuck because the same things seem to be happening over and over and either you don’t know why or you don’t know where to start. "
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"I believe that we all possess the ability to gain a deeper understanding of ourselves, which can serve as a guide in helping us to overcome long-standing or temporary upsetting obstacles in life. I have worked as a clinician in diverse settings;I'm currently receiving post-graduate training at the William Alanson White Institute 2016-2019.I provide psychotherapy in Spanish and English to children/adolescents, families, and also adults. I specialize in treating trauma related issues, difficulties with depression and/or anxiety that can, at times, create problems in different environments (work, school, at home) and within relationships."
(347) 652-2151
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"I believe that we all possess the ability to gain a deeper understanding of ourselves, which can serve as a guide in helping us to overcome long-standing or temporary upsetting obstacles in life. I have worked as a clinician in diverse settings;I'm currently receiving post-graduate training at the William Alanson White Institute 2016-2019.I provide psychotherapy in Spanish and English to children/adolescents, families, and also adults. I specialize in treating trauma related issues, difficulties with depression and/or anxiety that can, at times, create problems in different environments (work, school, at home) and within relationships."
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"I am a Manhattan-based psychotherapist with more than twenty years of experience treating children, adolescents, adults and their families. I am trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy, play therapy, and cognitive behavioral treatment modalities and I use a flexible, eclectic and highly individualized approach to my work. With a relatable and "real" style, I assist patients in identifying areas of concern, deepening self awareness, developing and achieving realistic goals for their treatment."
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"I am a Manhattan-based psychotherapist with more than twenty years of experience treating children, adolescents, adults and their families. I am trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy, play therapy, and cognitive behavioral treatment modalities and I use a flexible, eclectic and highly individualized approach to my work. With a relatable and "real" style, I assist patients in identifying areas of concern, deepening self awareness, developing and achieving realistic goals for their treatment."
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"It's easy to feel overwhelmed by life’s struggles, easier to avoid or distract from our problems rather than approach them. This is when suffering begins—when we get caught up in moving away from negative experiences instead of moving towards meaningful ones. I am committed to helping my clients face the obstacles that get in the way of leading rich, meaningful lives. As a clinical psychologist, I specialize in treating anxiety-related issues including generalized anxiety, OCD, panic, social anxiety, and phobias. I also help my patients develop effective tools to manage stress, procrastination, perfectionism, problematic eating."
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"It's easy to feel overwhelmed by life’s struggles, easier to avoid or distract from our problems rather than approach them. This is when suffering begins—when we get caught up in moving away from negative experiences instead of moving towards meaningful ones. I am committed to helping my clients face the obstacles that get in the way of leading rich, meaningful lives. As a clinical psychologist, I specialize in treating anxiety-related issues including generalized anxiety, OCD, panic, social anxiety, and phobias. I also help my patients develop effective tools to manage stress, procrastination, perfectionism, problematic eating."
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"I founded SelfWorks, a group private therapy practice, in large part due to my belief that all of us have innate strengths and resiliency that often go untapped. The name SelfWorks shares our belief that in the right environment, with the right guidance, the self... works. Therapy can be like an aspirin, a treatment for the relief of your pain and symptoms. Therapy can also be approached like a vitamin, to promote continued health, while helping your mind flourish. Since it can be used in these ways, we strongly believe there is never a bad time to start therapy."
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"I founded SelfWorks, a group private therapy practice, in large part due to my belief that all of us have innate strengths and resiliency that often go untapped. The name SelfWorks shares our belief that in the right environment, with the right guidance, the self... works. Therapy can be like an aspirin, a treatment for the relief of your pain and symptoms. Therapy can also be approached like a vitamin, to promote continued health, while helping your mind flourish. Since it can be used in these ways, we strongly believe there is never a bad time to start therapy."
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"Ever feel like there are road blocks between you and what you want out of life? Whether you're dealing with issues relating to anxiety, depression, relationships, confidence and self-esteem, sexuality, or just want someone to talk to, my job as a therapist is to work with you in pinpointing and ultimately stepping over those road blocks."
(516) 265-7069
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"Ever feel like there are road blocks between you and what you want out of life? Whether you're dealing with issues relating to anxiety, depression, relationships, confidence and self-esteem, sexuality, or just want someone to talk to, my job as a therapist is to work with you in pinpointing and ultimately stepping over those road blocks."
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"Change is difficult, and often unavoidable. I work with people who are looking to overcome the obstacles in their lives. Everyone needs growth, and often the greatest opportunities are found in the greatest of challenges. Though we cannot always choose what happens to us, we can always exercise self awareness and decide how we are going to move forward. It is when we disengage from our struggles and the need to move past them that we cease to make conscious decisions. My clients come to therapy looking for their own unique transformation. It is my great privilege to assist them in making it happen."
(914) 252-3141
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"Change is difficult, and often unavoidable. I work with people who are looking to overcome the obstacles in their lives. Everyone needs growth, and often the greatest opportunities are found in the greatest of challenges. Though we cannot always choose what happens to us, we can always exercise self awareness and decide how we are going to move forward. It is when we disengage from our struggles and the need to move past them that we cease to make conscious decisions. My clients come to therapy looking for their own unique transformation. It is my great privilege to assist them in making it happen."
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"I help couples and individuals navigating life transitions and relationship difficulties to set boundaries and communicate their needs and wants in a way that creates the best outcomes for them and their loved ones, but some might also say that I make exploring your hard truths and expressing your vulnerabilities fun. Working together we will use evidence-based, systemic models, humor, empathy, and the occasional f-bomb to explore the parts of your life that you’re looking to change, shift the beliefs that are keeping you stuck, create connection, and let go of the parts of your life that no longer serve you in a healthy way."
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"I help couples and individuals navigating life transitions and relationship difficulties to set boundaries and communicate their needs and wants in a way that creates the best outcomes for them and their loved ones, but some might also say that I make exploring your hard truths and expressing your vulnerabilities fun. Working together we will use evidence-based, systemic models, humor, empathy, and the occasional f-bomb to explore the parts of your life that you’re looking to change, shift the beliefs that are keeping you stuck, create connection, and let go of the parts of your life that no longer serve you in a healthy way."
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New York, New York 10019
"Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalist. License as a NYC Psychoanalyst. Member of Peruvian Psychoanalytic Society, Peruvian Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents. Member of Latinoamerican Federation of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis Associations.( FLAPPSIP) Member of International Psychoanalytic Asociation (IPA) from London. Member of Contemporary Freudian Society ( CFS) in NYC."
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"Clinical Psychologist and Psychoanalist. License as a NYC Psychoanalyst. Member of Peruvian Psychoanalytic Society, Peruvian Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents. Member of Latinoamerican Federation of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis Associations.( FLAPPSIP) Member of International Psychoanalytic Asociation (IPA) from London. Member of Contemporary Freudian Society ( CFS) in NYC."
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"We all face challenging times in our lives . We spend so much of our lives trying to fit into a mold created for us and can benefit from a space to explore who we truly are. As a therapist, I work collaboratively with my clients to create a warm, open, and trusting space. My focus in on working with individuals and couples during challenges of the childbearing years, as well general women's mental health issues. My work at the New York State Psychiatric Institute and training at Mount Sinai Hospital, have informed the way I work with clients, as have my training in CBT, DBT, and Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders. "
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"We all face challenging times in our lives . We spend so much of our lives trying to fit into a mold created for us and can benefit from a space to explore who we truly are. As a therapist, I work collaboratively with my clients to create a warm, open, and trusting space. My focus in on working with individuals and couples during challenges of the childbearing years, as well general women's mental health issues. My work at the New York State Psychiatric Institute and training at Mount Sinai Hospital, have informed the way I work with clients, as have my training in CBT, DBT, and Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders. "
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"Do you find that anxiety, worry and panic is taking over your life? You have struggled for a long time. You keep going, but feel exhausted. You have set goals, but feel stuck. You have contemplated seeking help, but put it off. We understand your hesitation to reach out. You are ready to change. You know you can be more productive, effective and satisfied with life. We help young professionals get back to being productive."
(917) 473-9634
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"Do you find that anxiety, worry and panic is taking over your life? You have struggled for a long time. You keep going, but feel exhausted. You have set goals, but feel stuck. You have contemplated seeking help, but put it off. We understand your hesitation to reach out. You are ready to change. You know you can be more productive, effective and satisfied with life. We help young professionals get back to being productive."
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New York, New York 10031
"Starting psychotherapy can be an exciting and anxiety-provoking process as you take active steps to make changes in your life and relationships. I approach psychotherapy as a collaboration and work in an integrative way, tailoring interventions to individual needs. I believe that therapy's aim is not only to make improvements but also to manage disappointments. To this end, we can simultaneously engage in meaningful explorations while developing important coping skills, including mindfulness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance. I offer individual, couples, and family psychotherapy to adults, children, and adolescents, and work with different family and relationship configurations."
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"Starting psychotherapy can be an exciting and anxiety-provoking process as you take active steps to make changes in your life and relationships. I approach psychotherapy as a collaboration and work in an integrative way, tailoring interventions to individual needs. I believe that therapy's aim is not only to make improvements but also to manage disappointments. To this end, we can simultaneously engage in meaningful explorations while developing important coping skills, including mindfulness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance. I offer individual, couples, and family psychotherapy to adults, children, and adolescents, and work with different family and relationship configurations."
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"Coming for therapy can be one of the most important investments one can make. We often take the time to invest when considering purchasing a car or a home. However, when it comes to investing in oneself, we too often are found lacking. This self-care is the very foundation in which everything else depends upon. If we are not taken care of, it negatively impacts our ability to take care of anything else."
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"Coming for therapy can be one of the most important investments one can make. We often take the time to invest when considering purchasing a car or a home. However, when it comes to investing in oneself, we too often are found lacking. This self-care is the very foundation in which everything else depends upon. If we are not taken care of, it negatively impacts our ability to take care of anything else."
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"What do you picture when you think of starting therapy? I've found it useful to begin by exploring together at your pace what's brought you here. Maybe it's something that feels unsatisfying or limiting. You may or may not know what you want for yourself, and what keeps you from getting it. Through our work together, we will begin to discover what isn't working for you and why. We will identify goals and begin to experiment with actions to overcome the roadblocks and old ways of being that no longer serve you."
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"What do you picture when you think of starting therapy? I've found it useful to begin by exploring together at your pace what's brought you here. Maybe it's something that feels unsatisfying or limiting. You may or may not know what you want for yourself, and what keeps you from getting it. Through our work together, we will begin to discover what isn't working for you and why. We will identify goals and begin to experiment with actions to overcome the roadblocks and old ways of being that no longer serve you."
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"As a nationally certified sex therapist and clinical sexologist, I have expertise and experience working with a wide range of sexual and relationship issues. I specialize in working with sexual minorities, alternative/kink/polyamory lifestyles, sex workers, discordant desire and infidelity in couples, sexual dysfunction and anxiety, gender and orientation confusion, and sexual compulsivity. There is literally no question or concern that is too troubling or difficult for me to help you address."
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"As a nationally certified sex therapist and clinical sexologist, I have expertise and experience working with a wide range of sexual and relationship issues. I specialize in working with sexual minorities, alternative/kink/polyamory lifestyles, sex workers, discordant desire and infidelity in couples, sexual dysfunction and anxiety, gender and orientation confusion, and sexual compulsivity. There is literally no question or concern that is too troubling or difficult for me to help you address."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist, practicing on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. I specialize in the treatment of anxiety, mood and eating disorders as well as academic related difficulties, utilizing Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This is a therapeutic approach that addresses maladaptive behaviors, dysfunctional emotions and cognitive processes through goal oriented and symptom focused techniques. Additionally, I provide parent management training to help train parents to manage their children's behavioral problems at home and at school."
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist, practicing on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. I specialize in the treatment of anxiety, mood and eating disorders as well as academic related difficulties, utilizing Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This is a therapeutic approach that addresses maladaptive behaviors, dysfunctional emotions and cognitive processes through goal oriented and symptom focused techniques. Additionally, I provide parent management training to help train parents to manage their children's behavioral problems at home and at school."

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Emotional Disturbance in 10155-What is it?

Emotional disturbance is a catch-all term coined in education law and used by mental health professionals to describe students, children or teens having trouble at school. Emotional disturbance refers to:-

"...a condition exhibiting one or more of the following characteristics over a long period of time and to a marked degree that adversely affects a child's educational performance:

(A) An inability to learn that cannot be explained by intellectual, sensory, or health factors.
(B) An inability to build or maintain satisfactory interpersonal relationships with peers and teachers.
(C) Inappropriate types of behavior or feelings under normal circumstances.
(D) A general pervasive mood of unhappiness or depression.
(E) A tendency to develop physical symptoms or fears associated with personal or school problems."

Emotional disturbance in 10155 and emotional disorders can be mild and reflect simply late learning or problems at home. Related conditions include kids who are on the autism spectrum or who have asperger's syndrome. If you're looking for help with emotional disturbance in 10155 or for a 10155 emotional disturbance Therapist, these Therapists provide help, emotional disturbance therapy, emotional disturbance counseling, and emotional disturbance treatment. They include 10155 emotional disturbance Therapists, emotional disturbance psychologists, emotional disturbance psychotherapists and emotional disturbance counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 10155 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 10155 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 10155 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 10155 or family therapy in 10155.