Depression Therapists in Chestnut Ridge, NY

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Robin Nemeroff
Psychologist, PhD
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Dr. Nemeroff is a licensed psychologist specializing in stress-management, anxiety issues and depression . She is trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness techniques, and mind-body approaches to healing, so she is able to be flexible in her approach to working with you and offer you the most effective treatments available. Dr. Nemeroff received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University (1999), her pre-doctoral internship training at Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine (1999), and her post-doctoral training at Weil Medical College, Cornell University (2000).
(646) 759-2750 
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Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977
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Suri Walles
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
For over a decade, I have been treating adolescents and young adults struggling with anxiety, depression , trauma, loss, adjustment issues and relationship difficulties. I take an individualized approach, guiding each client to discover and utilize her strengths and internal resources in the healing process. I assist my clients in identifying and overcoming their own barriers to being happier and calmer. I also use a skills-based approach to provide my clients with new resources to help them more effectively navigate daily life and relationships.
(973) 310-6747 
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Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977
Offers online therapy
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All Lifespan Development E. Martin Walker
Psychologist, PhD
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Serving Bergen/Rockland Counties and Manhattan, I bring 30 years as a psychotherapist, 25 years as a family and couples therapist, and 20 years of practicing behavioral and physical rehabilitation medicine and years of contemplative and body art practices (YTT200) to a psychology practice that incorporates evidenced-based treatments with contemporary psychoanalytic practices and body/mind perspectives. Therapy works with mind, body, and between ourselves and others in a relationship that frees the creative potential for healing, discovering new inspiration for transforming self, work and relationships.
(917) 746-3823 
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Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977
Offers online therapy
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Tzipora Shub
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Navigating life's ups and downs can be challenging for anyone. People deal with many stresses, difficult relationships, career and financial difficulties, as well as difficult emotions including anxiety, sadness, shame, negativity and anger, just to name a few. Seeking therapy as a way to help address life's difficulties is a sign of strength. I respect that strength in my clients and feel privileged to work with them in navigating the challenges that bring them to therapy at this time. I look forward to speaking to you and learning how I can be helpful to you in your journey. I recently opened a second office in Monsey, NY.
(347) 382-7814 
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Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977

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Depression Therapists
Depressive disorders are characterized by persistent feelings of sadness and worthlessness and a lack of desire to engage in formerly pleasurable activities. Depression is not a passing blue mood, which almost everyone experiences from time to time, but a complex mind/body illness that interferes with everyday functioning. It not only darkens one's outlook, it is commonly marked by sleep problems and changes in energy levels and appetite. It alters the structure and function of nerve cells so that it disrupts the way the brain processes information and interprets experience.

Despite feelings of hopelessness and worthlessness, depression is a treatable condition. It can be treated with psychotherapy by depression therapists in Chestnut Ridge. As with many illnesses, the earlier treatment begins, the more effective it can be and the greater the likelihood that recurrence can be prevented.

Psychotherapy addresses the thinking patterns that precipitate depression, and studies show that it prevents recurrence. Drug therapy is often helpful in relieving symptoms, such as severe anxiety, so that people can engage in meaningful psychotherapy.