LMHC, NCC Verified
Verified
Office is near:
Brooklyn, NY 11226
Are you trying to manage your stress in the ever-growing tumultuous environment? Are you working from home having a hard time juggling with family life? Perhaps you have a challenge with practicing effective communication? Or maybe just talking about your issues can be difficult, and that's ok. Do you want to learn more about yourself, how to cope in a healthy way, and have better communication? I can help. In my practice, I respect the unique experience of each individual. I see the particular difficulties that each faces. I listen and interact with empathy and provide insight and support. No two treatments are the same.
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(347) 613-1826
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Office is near:
Brooklyn, NY 11226
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Are you trying to manage your stress in the ever-growing tumultuous environment? Are you working from home having a hard time juggling with family life? Perhaps you have a challenge with practicing effective communication? Or maybe just talking about your issues can be difficult, and that's ok. Do you want to learn more about yourself, how to cope in a healthy way, and have better communication? I can help. In my practice, I respect the unique experience of each individual. I see the particular difficulties that each faces. I listen and interact with empathy and provide insight and support. No two treatments are the same.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW Verified
Verified
Office is near:
Brooklyn, NY 11226
Are you in a midst of a transition, perhaps a break-up or another challenging situation? There are times in everyone's life that moving forward can be feel difficult. Whether it's difficulties in your relationships with loved ones, determining your life goals, experiencing regret, depression or anxiety, or being true to your self. Seeking outside help can sometimes be daunting, but when you've exhausted other options, this might just be the right step forward. Are you ready for change?
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(917) 809-5034
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Office is near:
Brooklyn, NY 11226
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Are you in a midst of a transition, perhaps a break-up or another challenging situation? There are times in everyone's life that moving forward can be feel difficult. Whether it's difficulties in your relationships with loved ones, determining your life goals, experiencing regret, depression or anxiety, or being true to your self. Seeking outside help can sometimes be daunting, but when you've exhausted other options, this might just be the right step forward. Are you ready for change?
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Counselor, MA, MS, CASAC-T Verified
Verified
Office is near:
Brooklyn, NY 11226
As a retired school counselor with extensive background in dealing with substance abuse issues, I am best positioned to assist clients with difficulties related to social, academic or behavioral issues. I am particularly attuned to the ways in which parenting styles impact upon the functioning of children and to the most efficient ways of creating change to promote the likeliness of a person's or family's success and happiness. At times, these are most effectively addressed through an examination and fostering of an individual's goal-setting and motivation and how these may encumber his or her movement on the path to future satisfaction.
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(347) 282-5219
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Brooklyn, NY 11226
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As a retired school counselor with extensive background in dealing with substance abuse issues, I am best positioned to assist clients with difficulties related to social, academic or behavioral issues. I am particularly attuned to the ways in which parenting styles impact upon the functioning of children and to the most efficient ways of creating change to promote the likeliness of a person's or family's success and happiness. At times, these are most effectively addressed through an examination and fostering of an individual's goal-setting and motivation and how these may encumber his or her movement on the path to future satisfaction.
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Hi everyone It's not easy being human right now, right? Between Covid isolation, racial & economic challenges & more, we're all trying to restore some balance. Please know, I'm here to help! I offer a combination of weekly/biweekly somatic life coaching support, couples coaching & education about using mindfulness & somatic/nervous system regulation to help support doing for us what often, traditional talk therapy has failed to do. I see adults & couples in New. York, throughout the U.S., & from all over the world. I use an intersectional, supportive, holistic antiracism lens rooted in Indigenous & eastern approaches to healing.
(347) 417-5951
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Hi everyone It's not easy being human right now, right? Between Covid isolation, racial & economic challenges & more, we're all trying to restore some balance. Please know, I'm here to help! I offer a combination of weekly/biweekly somatic life coaching support, couples coaching & education about using mindfulness & somatic/nervous system regulation to help support doing for us what often, traditional talk therapy has failed to do. I see adults & couples in New. York, throughout the U.S., & from all over the world. I use an intersectional, supportive, holistic antiracism lens rooted in Indigenous & eastern approaches to healing.
Tami Michelle Gatta
Art Therapist, MA, LCAT Verified
Verified
It takes true courage to share a story that contains a history of abuse. Maybe you’ve made the decision over the years to keep quiet, in hopes the memories would fade. Perhaps you’ve opened up to someone and felt a vulnerability afterwards that made you want to lock those stories up forever. Possibly you’ve reflected on the past, and worry you made things up, won’t be believed, or brought this on yourself. It may even be that you’ve tried to work through the hurt and found the strategies you’ve been using just aren’t working. And now, you’ve reached a point where you NEED to try something new.
(516) 619-2160
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It takes true courage to share a story that contains a history of abuse. Maybe you’ve made the decision over the years to keep quiet, in hopes the memories would fade. Perhaps you’ve opened up to someone and felt a vulnerability afterwards that made you want to lock those stories up forever. Possibly you’ve reflected on the past, and worry you made things up, won’t be believed, or brought this on yourself. It may even be that you’ve tried to work through the hurt and found the strategies you’ve been using just aren’t working. And now, you’ve reached a point where you NEED to try something new.
Alicia Feldman
Counselor, LMHC, CASAC Verified
Verified
Managing stress, anxiety, and depression can be hard. That's ok! Do you want to learn more about yourself, how to cope in a healthy way, and have better communication? I understand and I can help. In my practice, I respect the unique experience of each individual, couple, or family. I see the particular difficulties that each faces. I listen and interact with empathy and provide insight and support. No two treatments are the same; it's your life and you deserve to choose your goals.
Jewish
(917) 408-3899
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Jewish
Managing stress, anxiety, and depression can be hard. That's ok! Do you want to learn more about yourself, how to cope in a healthy way, and have better communication? I understand and I can help. In my practice, I respect the unique experience of each individual, couple, or family. I see the particular difficulties that each faces. I listen and interact with empathy and provide insight and support. No two treatments are the same; it's your life and you deserve to choose your goals.
Joel Sanchez, LCSW
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MFA Verified
Verified
The current situation with COVID-19 has created a long lasting crisis situation that is exacerbating depression, anxiety, feelings of fear and hopelessness, and triggering unhealthy regressive patterns and behaviors. It has placed stress on marriages, partnerships and families due to safety concerns, and has left us feeling disconnected, frustrated and fearful. If you are in distress and need help to reestablish and maintain healthy connections with your partner(s), family, friends, work environment, or yourself, I am here to help.
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(845) 299-0964
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Jewish
The current situation with COVID-19 has created a long lasting crisis situation that is exacerbating depression, anxiety, feelings of fear and hopelessness, and triggering unhealthy regressive patterns and behaviors. It has placed stress on marriages, partnerships and families due to safety concerns, and has left us feeling disconnected, frustrated and fearful. If you are in distress and need help to reestablish and maintain healthy connections with your partner(s), family, friends, work environment, or yourself, I am here to help.
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Mia Shapiro
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW Verified
Verified
"Everything can be taken from a person but one thing: the last of human freedoms - to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one's own way.” For over 20 years, I have dedicated myself to helping people better understand themselves, the people around them and how to manifest their values in the world. Whether you're going through a difficult life transition or want to explore different ways of looking and responding to everyday life experiences, I would love to help you discover a path that feels safe enough to explore change.
(914) 825-5393
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"Everything can be taken from a person but one thing: the last of human freedoms - to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one's own way.” For over 20 years, I have dedicated myself to helping people better understand themselves, the people around them and how to manifest their values in the world. Whether you're going through a difficult life transition or want to explore different ways of looking and responding to everyday life experiences, I would love to help you discover a path that feels safe enough to explore change.
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Etan Ben-Ami
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW Verified
Verified
My practice is limited to chronic self-loathing and self-criticism, gender dysphoria, generalized anxiety disorder, and other problems in which negative intrusive thoughts are prominent. Over the last five years, I have come to see intrusive thought disorders as a separate diagnostic group of problems that require new forms of cognitive-behavioral therapy integrated with psychoanalytic insights.
(929) 810-1273
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My practice is limited to chronic self-loathing and self-criticism, gender dysphoria, generalized anxiety disorder, and other problems in which negative intrusive thoughts are prominent. Over the last five years, I have come to see intrusive thought disorders as a separate diagnostic group of problems that require new forms of cognitive-behavioral therapy integrated with psychoanalytic insights.
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Joseph Reich
Psychologist, PsyD Verified
Verified
Be yourself - everybody else is taken! So often, struggles with relationships, depression, and anxiety reflect having a hard time accepting yourself, and harmful ideas you’ve taken in from people in your life. These can make it hard to feel good about yourself, to feel like you fit in, and to love and be loved. My focus is on helping you feel comfortable in your own skin, and to engage in life, work, and relationships with confidence.
Jewish
(646) 233-3572
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Be yourself - everybody else is taken! So often, struggles with relationships, depression, and anxiety reflect having a hard time accepting yourself, and harmful ideas you’ve taken in from people in your life. These can make it hard to feel good about yourself, to feel like you fit in, and to love and be loved. My focus is on helping you feel comfortable in your own skin, and to engage in life, work, and relationships with confidence.
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Elisha Naiditch
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW Verified
Verified
I am a licensed Clinical Social Worker with years of experience providing therapeutic counsel to individuals, couples and families. My general approach to therapy is client centered with an emphasis on cultivating autonomy through the process of self discovery that the therapeutic space affords. I have received formal training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) alongside a graduate education suffuse with a reverence for psycho-dynamic theory. Whether you are suffering from depression, anxiety, a history of trauma or feel as though you're not manifesting your potential, I can be of service.
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(878) 219-2769
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I am a licensed Clinical Social Worker with years of experience providing therapeutic counsel to individuals, couples and families. My general approach to therapy is client centered with an emphasis on cultivating autonomy through the process of self discovery that the therapeutic space affords. I have received formal training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) alongside a graduate education suffuse with a reverence for psycho-dynamic theory. Whether you are suffering from depression, anxiety, a history of trauma or feel as though you're not manifesting your potential, I can be of service.
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Rebecca Shaw
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW Verified
Verified
Together, we can begin the process of making change. Some come to therapy to address feelings of sadness, emptiness, anxiety, or grief. Others come in the midst of or just after a major life transition that has left them feeling lost, alone, or directionless. And still others come simply wanting a better understanding of self. Whether you find yourself in transition or stagnant, overwhelmed or numb, trapped or out of control, I welcome you to my practice.
(917) 745-3892
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Together, we can begin the process of making change. Some come to therapy to address feelings of sadness, emptiness, anxiety, or grief. Others come in the midst of or just after a major life transition that has left them feeling lost, alone, or directionless. And still others come simply wanting a better understanding of self. Whether you find yourself in transition or stagnant, overwhelmed or numb, trapped or out of control, I welcome you to my practice.
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Rachel Steinhardt
Licensed Professional Counselor, LMHC, MS Ed, BA Verified
Verified
Whether you have been feeling down, overwhelmed, lost, spiritually broken, hurt, confused, stressed, going through a major life transition or maybe you're just looking for something more, you have come to the right place. When you are suffering from depression, anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, relationship issues or a lack of self-esteem, it can feel like your whole world is crumbling down and you just have nothing left to give. In a safe, caring, and judgement-free environment, we will uncover your greatest strengths and learn to manage your hardest struggles. You don't have to suffer alone.
Jewish
(833) 926-2628
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Jewish
Whether you have been feeling down, overwhelmed, lost, spiritually broken, hurt, confused, stressed, going through a major life transition or maybe you're just looking for something more, you have come to the right place. When you are suffering from depression, anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, relationship issues or a lack of self-esteem, it can feel like your whole world is crumbling down and you just have nothing left to give. In a safe, caring, and judgement-free environment, we will uncover your greatest strengths and learn to manage your hardest struggles. You don't have to suffer alone.
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Jacqueline Tartell
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW Verified
Verified
Are you "adulting" and doing the things that are supposed to lead to happiness and success, yet finding you're unfulfilled and running on empty? Or are you feeling disconnected, suffering quietly from anxiety and self-critical thoughts? Do you find it much easier to put work or friends first, rather than acknowledging your own wishes and boundaries? When it comes to dating and relationships, maybe you can't figure out what you need. Or, maybe you know exactly what you want, but you keep getting stuck in the same patterns. No matter what your situation may be, you're ready for some changes. I'd love to help you get there.
(347) 970-8668
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Are you "adulting" and doing the things that are supposed to lead to happiness and success, yet finding you're unfulfilled and running on empty? Or are you feeling disconnected, suffering quietly from anxiety and self-critical thoughts? Do you find it much easier to put work or friends first, rather than acknowledging your own wishes and boundaries? When it comes to dating and relationships, maybe you can't figure out what you need. Or, maybe you know exactly what you want, but you keep getting stuck in the same patterns. No matter what your situation may be, you're ready for some changes. I'd love to help you get there.
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The therapeutic-transformational approach integrates practices aiming to break down barriers created by modern systems. This practice offers a reconditioning of how we process information creating new pathways of understanding to co-construct questions of ethics, empathy, and imagination that include the nuanced fragilities of our shared stories. The changes of our time contain great challenges calling for new forms of knowledge and expression to strengthen the fibers of our social contract in order to transform. Remote sessions are available and we will work together on an honest, unfixed sliding scale to ensure sustainability.
(718) 218-3903
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The therapeutic-transformational approach integrates practices aiming to break down barriers created by modern systems. This practice offers a reconditioning of how we process information creating new pathways of understanding to co-construct questions of ethics, empathy, and imagination that include the nuanced fragilities of our shared stories. The changes of our time contain great challenges calling for new forms of knowledge and expression to strengthen the fibers of our social contract in order to transform. Remote sessions are available and we will work together on an honest, unfixed sliding scale to ensure sustainability.
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Amy Finkelstein
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT Verified
Verified
With over a decade of experience in the mental health field, I have worked with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction & substance misuse. I specialize in women’s health, including perinatal, postnatal, birth trauma, infertility & PCOS. I support mothers through the transitions of pregnancy, birth, the fourth trimester, and beyond. Additionally, I am here to help emerging adults and millennials navigate and cope with life stressors including, life transitions, body image, diet culture, college/career choices and relationships.
(929) 552-3514
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With over a decade of experience in the mental health field, I have worked with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction & substance misuse. I specialize in women’s health, including perinatal, postnatal, birth trauma, infertility & PCOS. I support mothers through the transitions of pregnancy, birth, the fourth trimester, and beyond. Additionally, I am here to help emerging adults and millennials navigate and cope with life stressors including, life transitions, body image, diet culture, college/career choices and relationships.
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Madeline Weinfeld
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW Verified
Verified
Teletherapy World-Wide! Madeline Weinfeld, LMSW has reinvented emotional wellness by uniting the full spectrum of emotional, behavioral health, and organizational/career services under one roof. The power of one. A philosophy and service delivery approach built on a simple premise: it takes a person to help a person. It's a way that enables people to prosper and thrive. She has a direct, solution-focused, humanistic, and interpersonal approach that is progressive and integrates various psychotherapy techniques. It is a privilege to be invited into someone's life and be asked to help them achieve a personal goal.
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(646) 863-5374
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Teletherapy World-Wide! Madeline Weinfeld, LMSW has reinvented emotional wellness by uniting the full spectrum of emotional, behavioral health, and organizational/career services under one roof. The power of one. A philosophy and service delivery approach built on a simple premise: it takes a person to help a person. It's a way that enables people to prosper and thrive. She has a direct, solution-focused, humanistic, and interpersonal approach that is progressive and integrates various psychotherapy techniques. It is a privilege to be invited into someone's life and be asked to help them achieve a personal goal.
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Alyssa Ashenfarb
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW Verified
Verified
Are you drained from repeating the same cycles in your life over and over again? This can feel so disappointing, especially when you feel like you've tried absolutely everything to step out of that loop. Don't worry-- you're not alone, and there answers you haven't yet found.
(516) 774-1826
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Are you drained from repeating the same cycles in your life over and over again? This can feel so disappointing, especially when you feel like you've tried absolutely everything to step out of that loop. Don't worry-- you're not alone, and there answers you haven't yet found.
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Dr Jean Lerner
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PsyD Verified
Verified
Are you fed up with your partner? Are your kids making you feel like throwing in the towel? Do you feel like you're stuck with no way out? You're not alone. Life is about challenges and growth, and therapy can help you with that process. Please feel free to reach out to me, as I would be honored to be a part of your journey.
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(702) 842-2706
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Jewish
Are you fed up with your partner? Are your kids making you feel like throwing in the towel? Do you feel like you're stuck with no way out? You're not alone. Life is about challenges and growth, and therapy can help you with that process. Please feel free to reach out to me, as I would be honored to be a part of your journey.
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Jennifer Selden
Art Therapist, MFA , MA, LCAT, ATR-BC Verified
Verified
Slowing down is hard when our lives are busy and we feel out of balance—it can feel like there is very little time to work on ourselves. Therapy is about creating space for positive change. When we do manage to slow down and make room for ourselves, we can grow and create lasting adjustments that make our lives more balanced. Entering therapy provides that space and opportunity. Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that combines the use of the creative process with talk psychotherapy.
(516) 558-5572
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Slowing down is hard when our lives are busy and we feel out of balance—it can feel like there is very little time to work on ourselves. Therapy is about creating space for positive change. When we do manage to slow down and make room for ourselves, we can grow and create lasting adjustments that make our lives more balanced. Entering therapy provides that space and opportunity. Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy that combines the use of the creative process with talk psychotherapy.

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Jewish Therapists
If you're looking for Jewish therapy in 11226 or for a 11226 Jewish therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to Jewish cultural issues. They include Jewish therapists, Jewish psychologists, Jewish psychotherapists and Jewish counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 11226 are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in 11226

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 11226 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 11226 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 11226 or family therapy in 11226.