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"In the stressful times of COVID-19 I work via video counseling. In our work together you will feel seen and heard, while healing old and new heart-ships. You will learn to deeply listen within and act accordingly. We will create individualized tools for you for a balanced and productive life. You will learn to communicate your thoughts and feelings in ways so others can actually hear you; with a loved one, friends, family, and at work. You will change your old automatic brain path to a new one, filled with conscious options and possibilities. Most importantly and through awareness, you will learn to wholeheartedly love yourself."
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"In the stressful times of COVID-19 I work via video counseling. In our work together you will feel seen and heard, while healing old and new heart-ships. You will learn to deeply listen within and act accordingly. We will create individualized tools for you for a balanced and productive life. You will learn to communicate your thoughts and feelings in ways so others can actually hear you; with a loved one, friends, family, and at work. You will change your old automatic brain path to a new one, filled with conscious options and possibilities. Most importantly and through awareness, you will learn to wholeheartedly love yourself."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, Ph.D
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"I help people wanting to heal trauma, including adoptees and others with early trauma, move towards the life and relationships they want. I use the wisdom of the body as well as the mind to work with people on issues of identity, connection, anxiety, depression and how trauma is held in the body, the way the body keeps the score. My goal is to help you find both symptom relief and, if you want it, deeper change. Together we will look at whatever gets in the way of you feeling embodied and connected, and grounded in your sense of self. I work on this with individuals and also in groups (see below, I have two groups for adoptees)."
(347) 682-4061
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"I help people wanting to heal trauma, including adoptees and others with early trauma, move towards the life and relationships they want. I use the wisdom of the body as well as the mind to work with people on issues of identity, connection, anxiety, depression and how trauma is held in the body, the way the body keeps the score. My goal is to help you find both symptom relief and, if you want it, deeper change. Together we will look at whatever gets in the way of you feeling embodied and connected, and grounded in your sense of self. I work on this with individuals and also in groups (see below, I have two groups for adoptees)."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"Reaching out for help can be very hard. You are coming to therapy for personal reasons, some of which may be uncomfortable to talk about. You may be experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship conflicts, lack of confidence, coping with past traumas, having difficulty with work, or are simply feeling stuck. I work with adults of all ages and backgrounds to help them gain a better understanding of their feelings and inner-conflicts."
(646) 846-6018
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"Reaching out for help can be very hard. You are coming to therapy for personal reasons, some of which may be uncomfortable to talk about. You may be experiencing anxiety, depression, relationship conflicts, lack of confidence, coping with past traumas, having difficulty with work, or are simply feeling stuck. I work with adults of all ages and backgrounds to help them gain a better understanding of their feelings and inner-conflicts."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"If you are unhappy and/or anxious, having some trouble coping with aspects of your life and feel a need to talk to someone, come in for a free consultation and see if you feel I can be of help to you."
(646) 663-5726
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"If you are unhappy and/or anxious, having some trouble coping with aspects of your life and feel a need to talk to someone, come in for a free consultation and see if you feel I can be of help to you."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, NCPsyA
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"Deciding to enter therapy is an act of courage. When people feel overwhelmed, or if they realize they're caught in a rut they can't get out of, therapy can make a difference when nothing else has worked. I help my patients recognize previously-unknown obstacles and long-standing patterns that get in the way of achieving their goals. In their work with me, my patients expand their capacity to see options in various areas of their lives, and so make changes that improve and enhance the quality of their lives. I work with adults of all backgrounds, and bring compassion and respect for a person's suffering to the work I do."
(646) 480-6531
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"Deciding to enter therapy is an act of courage. When people feel overwhelmed, or if they realize they're caught in a rut they can't get out of, therapy can make a difference when nothing else has worked. I help my patients recognize previously-unknown obstacles and long-standing patterns that get in the way of achieving their goals. In their work with me, my patients expand their capacity to see options in various areas of their lives, and so make changes that improve and enhance the quality of their lives. I work with adults of all backgrounds, and bring compassion and respect for a person's suffering to the work I do."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CSAT
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"I am a licensed therapist specializing in the treatment of sexual addiction and compulsivity. I utilize a variety of therapeutic approaches including Internal Family Systems (IFS), EMDR, motivational interviewing, mindfulness-based practices, and Gestalt techniques to help people regain agency in their lives. I work with people struggling with addiction, as well as their partners and loved ones who may be affected by the addiction as well. I provide individual therapy, and facilitate psycho-educational and process-oriented group therapy."
(917) 979-8356
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"I am a licensed therapist specializing in the treatment of sexual addiction and compulsivity. I utilize a variety of therapeutic approaches including Internal Family Systems (IFS), EMDR, motivational interviewing, mindfulness-based practices, and Gestalt techniques to help people regain agency in their lives. I work with people struggling with addiction, as well as their partners and loved ones who may be affected by the addiction as well. I provide individual therapy, and facilitate psycho-educational and process-oriented group therapy."
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"The relationship between patient and therapist is unique and powerful: it serves as an interpersonal field through which we can learn and unlearn deeply ingrained ways of relating to oneself and the world. As a therapist, my role is to join with you as your co-pilot and help support you on a path toward increased self-awareness, useful self-discovery, and lasting change."
(248) 479-3171
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"The relationship between patient and therapist is unique and powerful: it serves as an interpersonal field through which we can learn and unlearn deeply ingrained ways of relating to oneself and the world. As a therapist, my role is to join with you as your co-pilot and help support you on a path toward increased self-awareness, useful self-discovery, and lasting change."
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"Are you feeling alone and stuck in the same place? If you’re tired of dealing with your issues on your own, I’m here to work with you and to help you move forward. Exploring your issues by yourself can be overwhelming. By working together, I aim to provide a warm and safe environment to better aid your process of self-discovery and learning. Through collaborative and compassionate therapy sessions, I would like to help you find the power of self-healing, self-resilience and solid calmness will gradually improve your well-being."
(201) 474-2044
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"Are you feeling alone and stuck in the same place? If you’re tired of dealing with your issues on your own, I’m here to work with you and to help you move forward. Exploring your issues by yourself can be overwhelming. By working together, I aim to provide a warm and safe environment to better aid your process of self-discovery and learning. Through collaborative and compassionate therapy sessions, I would like to help you find the power of self-healing, self-resilience and solid calmness will gradually improve your well-being."
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"I am a mental health counselor and am originally from the south (Chattanooga, TN and Atlanta, GA). My passion is helping clients fully process past experiences via the use of psychodynamic and interpersonal therapies, as well as trauma-informed treatments. I have had the privilege of seeing clients since 2010. My favorite part about therapy is watching the insight that organically develops in clients, ultimately leading to having compassion for your own story. And, as Carl Jung said, "Knowing your own darkness is the best method of dealing with the darkness of other people.""
(646) 736-7628
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"I am a mental health counselor and am originally from the south (Chattanooga, TN and Atlanta, GA). My passion is helping clients fully process past experiences via the use of psychodynamic and interpersonal therapies, as well as trauma-informed treatments. I have had the privilege of seeing clients since 2010. My favorite part about therapy is watching the insight that organically develops in clients, ultimately leading to having compassion for your own story. And, as Carl Jung said, "Knowing your own darkness is the best method of dealing with the darkness of other people.""
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"I have over fifteen years of experience providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families; as well as psycho-educational testing and assessments; to children, adolescents, and adults of all age ranges. I also provide consultation to schools and educational facilities on learning and developmental issues."
(646) 760-3847
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"I have over fifteen years of experience providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families; as well as psycho-educational testing and assessments; to children, adolescents, and adults of all age ranges. I also provide consultation to schools and educational facilities on learning and developmental issues."
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"My primary specialty is in the treatment of a panic disorder. Panic disorders are rare, as only 2.5%-3% of the population are affected annually. I understand how difficult it is to explain to others, even therapists, the awful experience of a panic disorder. I used to have a panic disorder, and know exactly where you are coming from. With me, you'll find it easy to communicate around what is happening to you because I can relate to your experience. Furthermore, I can guide you out of this disorder, as I have done for myself. "
(347) 897-0551
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"My primary specialty is in the treatment of a panic disorder. Panic disorders are rare, as only 2.5%-3% of the population are affected annually. I understand how difficult it is to explain to others, even therapists, the awful experience of a panic disorder. I used to have a panic disorder, and know exactly where you are coming from. With me, you'll find it easy to communicate around what is happening to you because I can relate to your experience. Furthermore, I can guide you out of this disorder, as I have done for myself. "
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"Whether you are seeking to improve your relationships, increase your overall well-being, or are encountering significant life challenges, I am here to assist you in achieving your personal goals. It is my belief that therapy is an empowering resource that can help you re-author your life. It would be my privilege to work with you in a supportive alliance guided by open respect and acceptance. I am dedicated to providing you with a safe and supportive environment where no topics are taboo and all of your thoughts and concerns may be explored."
(631) 483-2034
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"Whether you are seeking to improve your relationships, increase your overall well-being, or are encountering significant life challenges, I am here to assist you in achieving your personal goals. It is my belief that therapy is an empowering resource that can help you re-author your life. It would be my privilege to work with you in a supportive alliance guided by open respect and acceptance. I am dedicated to providing you with a safe and supportive environment where no topics are taboo and all of your thoughts and concerns may be explored."
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"After a post-graduate fellowship at McLean Hospital, overseen by faculty of the Harvard Medical School, an Externship in family and couples therapy at the Ackerman Institute, I worked in inpatient and outpatient settings at hospitals, where I both treated patients and supervised clinical practice students from the Columbia and Fordham Schools of Social Work. I opened my clinical practice treating individuals and couples in 1997. The areas I have worked on with my patients have included anxiety, depression, poor self esteem among many other issues and my treatment modalities are varied depending on the needs of my patient."
(646) 832-4685
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"After a post-graduate fellowship at McLean Hospital, overseen by faculty of the Harvard Medical School, an Externship in family and couples therapy at the Ackerman Institute, I worked in inpatient and outpatient settings at hospitals, where I both treated patients and supervised clinical practice students from the Columbia and Fordham Schools of Social Work. I opened my clinical practice treating individuals and couples in 1997. The areas I have worked on with my patients have included anxiety, depression, poor self esteem among many other issues and my treatment modalities are varied depending on the needs of my patient."
Psychologist, PhD
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"I work with patients who have a great deal of stress in their lives. I also work with patients who have life-threatening illnesses such as cancer, AIDS, and cardiac disease. In addition, I work with patients who are 65 years and older. I provide relaxation techniques of various kinds, stress management, cognitive behavioral therapy, resiliency strategies, mindfulness, health benefits of social support, and yoga. I see patients individually and also I run 8-week group programs."
(646) 798-7425
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"I work with patients who have a great deal of stress in their lives. I also work with patients who have life-threatening illnesses such as cancer, AIDS, and cardiac disease. In addition, I work with patients who are 65 years and older. I provide relaxation techniques of various kinds, stress management, cognitive behavioral therapy, resiliency strategies, mindfulness, health benefits of social support, and yoga. I see patients individually and also I run 8-week group programs."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"Are you wondering if it's possible to experience more satisfaction in your life? Have you noticed repetitive, self-defeating patterns hindering success in relationships or at work? Are you struggling with depression or anxiety? Unsure of exactly what you want for yourself? Considering therapy is the first step toward feeling better and finding fulfillment. In more than twenty-five years of practice, the transformative power of psychotherapy still impresses me. I view therapy as collaboration. Together, we will deepen your capacity for self-reflection, remove obstacles blocking you from reaching your full potential, and to finding your authentic self."
(646) 759-9238
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"Are you wondering if it's possible to experience more satisfaction in your life? Have you noticed repetitive, self-defeating patterns hindering success in relationships or at work? Are you struggling with depression or anxiety? Unsure of exactly what you want for yourself? Considering therapy is the first step toward feeling better and finding fulfillment. In more than twenty-five years of practice, the transformative power of psychotherapy still impresses me. I view therapy as collaboration. Together, we will deepen your capacity for self-reflection, remove obstacles blocking you from reaching your full potential, and to finding your authentic self."
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"Elisabeth holds a Masters in Counseling from Manhattan College. Elisabeth works with clients who are facing a range of social, emotional and behavioral problems. She comes from a person centered background in which she tailors the therapeutic process to the specific needs of each individual client. Elisabeth integrates techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Psychodynamic therapy in order help clients gain insight, identify maladaptive behaviors and develop healthy coping skills. Elisabeth emphasizes the value of the therapeutic relationship and works to establish an environment in which her clients feel comfortable and safe."
(914) 825-4736
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"Elisabeth holds a Masters in Counseling from Manhattan College. Elisabeth works with clients who are facing a range of social, emotional and behavioral problems. She comes from a person centered background in which she tailors the therapeutic process to the specific needs of each individual client. Elisabeth integrates techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Psychodynamic therapy in order help clients gain insight, identify maladaptive behaviors and develop healthy coping skills. Elisabeth emphasizes the value of the therapeutic relationship and works to establish an environment in which her clients feel comfortable and safe."
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"It takes courage to make the decision to pursue therapy and address issues that are troubling you. I am a clinical social worker and psychotherapist with advanced post graduate training in psychotherapy. I am a graduate of Columbia University School of Social Work and have professional expertise in psychiatry and medical social work."
(646) 798-4439
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"It takes courage to make the decision to pursue therapy and address issues that are troubling you. I am a clinical social worker and psychotherapist with advanced post graduate training in psychotherapy. I am a graduate of Columbia University School of Social Work and have professional expertise in psychiatry and medical social work."
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"As a professional and compassionate Licensed Psychotherapist, Elizabeth is here to help you feel heard and understood on your journey of growth by utilizing Person Centered Therapy. Due to her well-rounded experiences, one of her areas of expertise has become helping individuals whom are apprehensive to enter therapy. Elizabeth helps create a safe environment that develops the motivation to change and enrich one's life through an enjoyable therapeutic experience. Elizabeth has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and couples. "
(646) 506-3795
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"As a professional and compassionate Licensed Psychotherapist, Elizabeth is here to help you feel heard and understood on your journey of growth by utilizing Person Centered Therapy. Due to her well-rounded experiences, one of her areas of expertise has become helping individuals whom are apprehensive to enter therapy. Elizabeth helps create a safe environment that develops the motivation to change and enrich one's life through an enjoyable therapeutic experience. Elizabeth has extensive experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and couples. "
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"As a therapist, I truly value my ability to help individuals reach their full potentials and enrich their lives. My approach to therapy is based in relational & interpersonal theory. In other words, I view the therapeutic relationship as the cornerstone for personal growth. Creating a safe and supportive space for my clients allows for collaboration and curiosity, which I believe are the forces that help individuals better understand and know themselves. My extensive DBT training allows for skill-based interventions when appropriate. Treatment is individualized & based on each client’s unique needs and goals for therapy. "
(646) 502-7508
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"As a therapist, I truly value my ability to help individuals reach their full potentials and enrich their lives. My approach to therapy is based in relational & interpersonal theory. In other words, I view the therapeutic relationship as the cornerstone for personal growth. Creating a safe and supportive space for my clients allows for collaboration and curiosity, which I believe are the forces that help individuals better understand and know themselves. My extensive DBT training allows for skill-based interventions when appropriate. Treatment is individualized & based on each client’s unique needs and goals for therapy. "
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"Psychotherapy has been shown to have benefits and often leads to a significant reduction of feelings of distress, better relationships, and resolutions of specific problems. Come in for a consultation to see how we might work together to resolve your specific issues and to help you achieve a sense of well being."
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"Psychotherapy has been shown to have benefits and often leads to a significant reduction of feelings of distress, better relationships, and resolutions of specific problems. Come in for a consultation to see how we might work together to resolve your specific issues and to help you achieve a sense of well being."

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