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Rebecca Simone Rogers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"For many people, psychotherapy can be a powerful instrument for growth. I create a safe, collaborative, trusting environment for you to explore and clarify how to make lasting, positive change in your life. It is my belief that therapy must be tailored to each person's unique needs, and I draw from a variety of methodologies and techniques to incorporate what is most helpful for each individual."
(855) 833-1436
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"For many people, psychotherapy can be a powerful instrument for growth. I create a safe, collaborative, trusting environment for you to explore and clarify how to make lasting, positive change in your life. It is my belief that therapy must be tailored to each person's unique needs, and I draw from a variety of methodologies and techniques to incorporate what is most helpful for each individual."
Schekeva Hall, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you have unique ideas, but convince yourself they won't work? Are you avoiding opportunities because you feel incapable, unprepared, or scared? Perhaps self-doubt hijacks your progress with healthy lifestyle changes, career advancement, or building meaningful relationships. If second-guessing is stealing your joy, you should know, it's safe to shine! I specialize in helping you break free from creative blocks, live purposefully, and advance professionally. I also assist you with feeling more connected in your relationships and adapting holistic strategies to support your health goals by helping you define what you truly want, and developing realistic strategies to get it."
(917) 924-5336
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"Do you have unique ideas, but convince yourself they won't work? Are you avoiding opportunities because you feel incapable, unprepared, or scared? Perhaps self-doubt hijacks your progress with healthy lifestyle changes, career advancement, or building meaningful relationships. If second-guessing is stealing your joy, you should know, it's safe to shine! I specialize in helping you break free from creative blocks, live purposefully, and advance professionally. I also assist you with feeling more connected in your relationships and adapting holistic strategies to support your health goals by helping you define what you truly want, and developing realistic strategies to get it."
Augusta Gordon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SIFI, RYT 200
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am an empathic practitioner who is passionate about helping clients to grow as individuals, while improving emotional and physical well-being. I tend to rely on an integration of methods tailored to meet the needs of the person I am working with. In general, I prefer a holistic and humanistic framework focusing on the interconnectedness of our mind and body using a combination of psychodynamic, relational, CBT, DBT, and mindfulness interventions. Work starts with whatever crisis you are experiencing at the moment, then progresses to self-actualization, and increasing overall stability should you choose to continue more long term."
(347) 960-4354
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"I am an empathic practitioner who is passionate about helping clients to grow as individuals, while improving emotional and physical well-being. I tend to rely on an integration of methods tailored to meet the needs of the person I am working with. In general, I prefer a holistic and humanistic framework focusing on the interconnectedness of our mind and body using a combination of psychodynamic, relational, CBT, DBT, and mindfulness interventions. Work starts with whatever crisis you are experiencing at the moment, then progresses to self-actualization, and increasing overall stability should you choose to continue more long term."
Sofia Taylor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with children, adolescents, and adults facing a variety of concerns including anxiety, test anxiety, depression, low self esteem, loss and grief, trauma, parenting and family issues."
(917) 746-5640
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"I work with children, adolescents, and adults facing a variety of concerns including anxiety, test anxiety, depression, low self esteem, loss and grief, trauma, parenting and family issues."
Alan Hunt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, MSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Stress, confusion and fear prevent us from accessing the motivation and energy needed to create a more fulfilling and successful life. And getting to a place of peace and emotional well-being requires not only your attention and great care but also a guide, someone to facilitate your effort. I'm in ongoing advanced training in psychoanalytic and psychodynamic psychotherapy but unlike typical analysts I don't act like a blank screen. I have a modern approach to therapy and provide feedback and encourage collaboration with my clients."
(347) 736-9076
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"Stress, confusion and fear prevent us from accessing the motivation and energy needed to create a more fulfilling and successful life. And getting to a place of peace and emotional well-being requires not only your attention and great care but also a guide, someone to facilitate your effort. I'm in ongoing advanced training in psychoanalytic and psychodynamic psychotherapy but unlike typical analysts I don't act like a blank screen. I have a modern approach to therapy and provide feedback and encourage collaboration with my clients."
Jennifer Donnolo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a local, licensed psychotherapist who sees adolescents, adults, couples and families. I have been practicing for over 15 years and was trained at New York University and the Ackerman Institute for the Family, a world renowned institute for couple and family therapy. Topics of interest for me include: depression and anxiety, trauma and loss, domestic violence, sexual abuse, sexuality, postpartum difficulties, parenting and healthy communication."
(646) 679-7616
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"I am a local, licensed psychotherapist who sees adolescents, adults, couples and families. I have been practicing for over 15 years and was trained at New York University and the Ackerman Institute for the Family, a world renowned institute for couple and family therapy. Topics of interest for me include: depression and anxiety, trauma and loss, domestic violence, sexual abuse, sexuality, postpartum difficulties, parenting and healthy communication."
Angela Jefferson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"We live in the context of our relationships and in times where we experience conflicts within them, we can feel like we are hitting a wall, stuck, or that we are not being seen or heard. Blind spots and ineffective patterns of communication can also leave us feeling unhappy and unfulfilled. Whether with our family, friends, or colleagues, our ability to navigate our complex intersectional identities (i.e., race, class, sexual orientation, gender, and spirituality) can be challenging. Working to improve this area can a catalyst for improved relationships and wellbeing."
(631) 994-3046
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"We live in the context of our relationships and in times where we experience conflicts within them, we can feel like we are hitting a wall, stuck, or that we are not being seen or heard. Blind spots and ineffective patterns of communication can also leave us feeling unhappy and unfulfilled. Whether with our family, friends, or colleagues, our ability to navigate our complex intersectional identities (i.e., race, class, sexual orientation, gender, and spirituality) can be challenging. Working to improve this area can a catalyst for improved relationships and wellbeing."
Erik Luna, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"Creating an emotionally safe environment for the client is crucial in fostering personal insight and change. I believe regardless of age, a humanistic approach and strong therapeutic alliance can help establish a connection with the client to allow growth and change. I have extensive experience treating children and adolescents. For 11 years, I traveled into elementary, middle, and high schools to provide individual and group therapy for students. I am comfortable and confident helping children and adolescents better understand and process their feelings, perceptions, and behaviors through the combined use of play-therapy, applied creative arts, and behavioral modification."
(917) 512-7678
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"Creating an emotionally safe environment for the client is crucial in fostering personal insight and change. I believe regardless of age, a humanistic approach and strong therapeutic alliance can help establish a connection with the client to allow growth and change. I have extensive experience treating children and adolescents. For 11 years, I traveled into elementary, middle, and high schools to provide individual and group therapy for students. I am comfortable and confident helping children and adolescents better understand and process their feelings, perceptions, and behaviors through the combined use of play-therapy, applied creative arts, and behavioral modification."
Valerie Bryant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am in private practice for twenty-five years. I embrace a safe compassionate approach with persons suffering from depression, anxiety, relationship and childhood trauma. I use EMDR, mediation and Somatic Experience to connect with mind, body and spirit. I am open to examining "isms" that impact our experiences. Usually scheduling an appointment is a daunting task but a courageous step. Experience is important in finding a right therapist. With an experienced therapist, you will realize that depth and meaning is essential to "conversation". Authenticity, empathy and clarity create balance and love in work and play."
(646) 600-9165
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"I am in private practice for twenty-five years. I embrace a safe compassionate approach with persons suffering from depression, anxiety, relationship and childhood trauma. I use EMDR, mediation and Somatic Experience to connect with mind, body and spirit. I am open to examining "isms" that impact our experiences. Usually scheduling an appointment is a daunting task but a courageous step. Experience is important in finding a right therapist. With an experienced therapist, you will realize that depth and meaning is essential to "conversation". Authenticity, empathy and clarity create balance and love in work and play."
Jocelyn T Schwartz, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe each of us is born with an authentic self that guides us on our path and has the innate capacity for healing. When that authentic self is not nurtured enough by the environment we live in, it develops defenses as protection. Patterns of behavior, ways of perceiving the world, and anxiety often result. Through our work together, I help you to integrate mind, body and spirit, strengthening your authentic self and exploring whether the defenses are still needed. I am interested in your strengths as well as your struggles, and my aim is for you to begin to feel grounded, whole and centered."
(646) 859-1501
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"I believe each of us is born with an authentic self that guides us on our path and has the innate capacity for healing. When that authentic self is not nurtured enough by the environment we live in, it develops defenses as protection. Patterns of behavior, ways of perceiving the world, and anxiety often result. Through our work together, I help you to integrate mind, body and spirit, strengthening your authentic self and exploring whether the defenses are still needed. I am interested in your strengths as well as your struggles, and my aim is for you to begin to feel grounded, whole and centered."
Shira Knopf-Gholian, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"You are the expert of your own life. Sometimes we lack the support or skills to create a meaningful life for ourselves. I am here to support you in cultivating your strengths and help you increase your toolbox of skills to build your sense of mastery and ability to cope more effectively with the challenges in your life. I am an intensively trained DBT therapist with expertise working with adolescent and adult women. As a DBT therapist I have experience working with borderline personality disorder, anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, self-harm behaviors, eating disorders, impulsivity, interpersonal difficulties and trauma."
(347) 252-3815
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"You are the expert of your own life. Sometimes we lack the support or skills to create a meaningful life for ourselves. I am here to support you in cultivating your strengths and help you increase your toolbox of skills to build your sense of mastery and ability to cope more effectively with the challenges in your life. I am an intensively trained DBT therapist with expertise working with adolescent and adult women. As a DBT therapist I have experience working with borderline personality disorder, anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, self-harm behaviors, eating disorders, impulsivity, interpersonal difficulties and trauma."
Joy A Dryer, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Not sure where to start? Searching for the "right" words? Concerned about talking to a 'complete stranger' about your anxiety/depression, relationship/work struggles, AD[H]D/ creativity blocks? Sure I "know" about people's struggles, individually & as couples -- and how to overcome these-- as well as different approaches to therapy. I have listened to & helped many folks over 35 years as a NYState Licensed Clinical Psychologist & Certified Adult Psychoanalyst. In addition, I have been an Adjunct Associate Professor (at NYU, Brooklyn College, & several NYC psychoanalytic institutes); I was in my own analysis; & I continue to supervise less experienced clinicians."
(917) 725-3055
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"Not sure where to start? Searching for the "right" words? Concerned about talking to a 'complete stranger' about your anxiety/depression, relationship/work struggles, AD[H]D/ creativity blocks? Sure I "know" about people's struggles, individually & as couples -- and how to overcome these-- as well as different approaches to therapy. I have listened to & helped many folks over 35 years as a NYState Licensed Clinical Psychologist & Certified Adult Psychoanalyst. In addition, I have been an Adjunct Associate Professor (at NYU, Brooklyn College, & several NYC psychoanalytic institutes); I was in my own analysis; & I continue to supervise less experienced clinicians."
Linda S Nagel, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I will be a supportive, approachable, respectful collaborator, as you use your own strengths and desires to find solutions, healing and growth. Our discussions may draw on your current life, your personal history, and our interactions in the session. New ways of thinking about your situation and yourself will emerge, as well as new ways of communicating and coping. While using psychodynamic understanding, I also offer cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-based tools for coping and learning."
(646) 583-0584
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"I will be a supportive, approachable, respectful collaborator, as you use your own strengths and desires to find solutions, healing and growth. Our discussions may draw on your current life, your personal history, and our interactions in the session. New ways of thinking about your situation and yourself will emerge, as well as new ways of communicating and coping. While using psychodynamic understanding, I also offer cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness-based tools for coping and learning."
Rick Repetti,
PhD, APPA-PP
"I'm an APPA-certified Philosophical Counselor, with 2 years training, 1 year client service, at the Gestalt Center for Psychotherapy and Training, NYC, a tenured Professor of Philosophy (CUNY), a Meditation and Yoga Instructor, and 4th-degree blackbelt. I've taught philosophy, meditation, and yoga, on campus and in the community, for about 20 years, seen clients as a Philosophical Practitioner, a Gestalt Psychotherapist (under supervision), and a Yoga Therapist. I've conducted many Socratic Dialogues, Philosophy Cafes, Meditation groups and series, and Yoga classes and workshops, in a wide variety of venues, to thousands of clients and students."
(718) 866-3925
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"I'm an APPA-certified Philosophical Counselor, with 2 years training, 1 year client service, at the Gestalt Center for Psychotherapy and Training, NYC, a tenured Professor of Philosophy (CUNY), a Meditation and Yoga Instructor, and 4th-degree blackbelt. I've taught philosophy, meditation, and yoga, on campus and in the community, for about 20 years, seen clients as a Philosophical Practitioner, a Gestalt Psychotherapist (under supervision), and a Yoga Therapist. I've conducted many Socratic Dialogues, Philosophy Cafes, Meditation groups and series, and Yoga classes and workshops, in a wide variety of venues, to thousands of clients and students."
Rachel Ralston, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Beginning therapy is a first step towards achieving wellness and greater satisfaction in life. I provide a warm, supportive environment in which my clients can begin this important journey toward personal growth and enhanced quality of life. I bring enthusiasm and a sense of humor to the therapeutic environment. Treatment is driven by individual need and I am committed to using a variety of approaches and modalities to ensure treatment is client-centered. I specialize in working with adolescents and youth, though I work with all people of all ages in maximizing individual potential and allow changes to happen."
(914) 825-4367
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"Beginning therapy is a first step towards achieving wellness and greater satisfaction in life. I provide a warm, supportive environment in which my clients can begin this important journey toward personal growth and enhanced quality of life. I bring enthusiasm and a sense of humor to the therapeutic environment. Treatment is driven by individual need and I am committed to using a variety of approaches and modalities to ensure treatment is client-centered. I specialize in working with adolescents and youth, though I work with all people of all ages in maximizing individual potential and allow changes to happen."
Rivkah Bauman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
"Admitting you need help takes courage and maturity. Taking the first step can be hard, but I encourage you to do it. It is worth it! Therapy is a process of self-exploration, inner change and growth, which can help you heal, untangle challenges and arrive at a place of greater clarity and peace. Therapy helps you uncover new ways to cope, think, relate, and solve problems, and can help you find the inner-resources necessary to make the changes you desire to be your best self and live life to its fullest. I provide an environment that is safe and supportive for you to do this work. You will grow from the experience! "
(718) 412-0423
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"Admitting you need help takes courage and maturity. Taking the first step can be hard, but I encourage you to do it. It is worth it! Therapy is a process of self-exploration, inner change and growth, which can help you heal, untangle challenges and arrive at a place of greater clarity and peace. Therapy helps you uncover new ways to cope, think, relate, and solve problems, and can help you find the inner-resources necessary to make the changes you desire to be your best self and live life to its fullest. I provide an environment that is safe and supportive for you to do this work. You will grow from the experience! "
Heather Siegel, Counselor
Counselor, MHC-LP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe in seeing the client before me as a whole person rather than his or her diagnosis. The therapy room should be safe space to develop a positive relationship with a therapist that one has rapport with and I aim to be that therapist for everyone who walks into my office. I utilize multiple tools and theories in sessions; but at the core, I am a person-centered therapist who practices unconditional positive regard for my clients."
(347) 429-9894
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"I believe in seeing the client before me as a whole person rather than his or her diagnosis. The therapy room should be safe space to develop a positive relationship with a therapist that one has rapport with and I aim to be that therapist for everyone who walks into my office. I utilize multiple tools and theories in sessions; but at the core, I am a person-centered therapist who practices unconditional positive regard for my clients."
Qingyang Xu, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, NY
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am an integrative Psychotherapist that applies a variety of therapeutic approaches. I believe in diversity and want to provide personalized/tailored services to every client. I have experience working with adolescents and adults who experience both moderate and severe mental illnesses. I can provide both face-to-face therapy or Telepsychotherapy (this would require clients to have a computer)."
(929) 254-4319
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"I am an integrative Psychotherapist that applies a variety of therapeutic approaches. I believe in diversity and want to provide personalized/tailored services to every client. I have experience working with adolescents and adults who experience both moderate and severe mental illnesses. I can provide both face-to-face therapy or Telepsychotherapy (this would require clients to have a computer)."
Irina Profis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today
"As an experienced psychotherapist practicing for over 18 years I have expertise in various conditions: depression, anxiety disorders, relationship issues, domestic abuse, parenting issues, grief and loss. I have undergone extensive trainings in treating adults, children, and adolescents in addition to couples and families."
(718) 557-9179
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"As an experienced psychotherapist practicing for over 18 years I have expertise in various conditions: depression, anxiety disorders, relationship issues, domestic abuse, parenting issues, grief and loss. I have undergone extensive trainings in treating adults, children, and adolescents in addition to couples and families."
Charity Diaz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hello, I am a therapist who works with children, adolescents, adults, and families who are grappling with behavioral, emotional, and interpersonal well being. I recognize that making the decision to begin therapy can feel unnerving in terms of getting started, the commitment to treatment, and finding a good therapeutic fit. I have had training in multiple approaches that have provided me with a multidimensional lens which have enlightened my insight into the challenges that many people face."
(347) 370-3342
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"Hello, I am a therapist who works with children, adolescents, adults, and families who are grappling with behavioral, emotional, and interpersonal well being. I recognize that making the decision to begin therapy can feel unnerving in terms of getting started, the commitment to treatment, and finding a good therapeutic fit. I have had training in multiple approaches that have provided me with a multidimensional lens which have enlightened my insight into the challenges that many people face."

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