Self Esteem Therapists in Carnegie Hill, New York, NY

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Emily Arnstein
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
4 Endorsed
Verified
4 Endorsed
Therapy should be a safe place for people to express their emotions, improve relationships, and explore and discuss their previous experiences. I believe it is crucial to provide support and empathy in order to create a nurturing therapeutic environment. I am committed to helping clients identify their personal strengths and form positive and healthy connections with different people in their lives. I recognize the difficulty in seeking help, and I am honored when clients trust me to enter their lives to help them overcome difficult situations.
(646) 480-6543
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Connor McCann
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
Are you or a loved one feeling stuck - uncertain about navigating changes in your life, how you see yourself, or how to reconnect with those close to you? When we feel stuck, taking steps forward can feel like a monumental task. We can work together to break down your thoughts and uncertainties, determine the best way forward, and put practical strategies into action, to empower you to create the life you want for yourself. In me, you'll have a collaborator who will listen and follow your lead but also be willing to challenge you and continue to motivate you towards achieving your goals. Let's figure out the next steps together.
(646) 762-5092
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10028
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Julie Warshaw
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
As a psychotherapist, I provide a safe environment for reflection where discovering and exploring fixed patterns that hinder you from realizing goals can lead to awareness. We all have parts of ourselves that we do not understand and feel that we cannot change, often leaving us feeling stuck and overwhelmed. Telling your story and gaining deeper understanding of yourself can have transforming effects on your life. I work with patients facing problems in love, work, family, school, issues with self-esteem, identity, and trauma. My analytic training makes me a skilled and empathic listener, helping to identify themes that lead to insights and more choices.
(917) 746-8958
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Deborah Grody
Psychologist, PhD, MS, AdvCert
Verified
Verified
You may now be seeking help to simply feel better. However, I have found over my 30 years of practice that working together will usually make your life better! Often anxiety, low self esteem , depression, relationship problems, and underlying conflicts we may not fully understand, limit us from achieving what we want in our lives. Sometimes, we even need to explore and discover what we truly want in order to be happy and successful. My therapeutic approach is proactive as we strive to discover interventions and strategies, based upon deep understanding and your current goals, that will enable accelerated, helpful and lasting change.
(646) 600-5254
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Alessandra Sabbatini
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CST, MBA, MA
Verified
Verified
I believe that in different stages of our lives we are presented with challenges that can be overwhelming and that can leave us feel powerless. It is also my firm belief that we all have unique strengths and resilience and that therapy can help us identify and make use of them. This then allows us to regain control of our lives and strengthen healthy relationships. Being listened to and understood by a caring professional in a confidential and safe space can bring tremendous relief from emotional conflicts and pain. Such therapeutic space can help develop a stronger self and promote constructive ways to live a more fulfilling life.
(646) 759-0633
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Janice S Lieberman
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Verified
Depression, anxiety, rage,envy, jealousy may be blocking your ability to go forward in life, to fully realize your potential. These uncomfortable feelings are usually connected to something you are trying not to face.They are signals you might benefit from a therapist's help. In my work over the past 35 years I have helped many clients acknowledge what they really want in their lives when they feel stuck: finding a new relationship, learning how to fix problems in an existing relationship, getting over a breakup, overcoming a body image concern or out of control eating and/or exercise.
(646) 571-0826
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Claudia R Covo
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I specialize in working with young -- middle aged adults who have been dealing with a range of issues: anxiety, depression, relationships, mood disorders, natural transitions (e.g. marriage, career changes), substance abuse, and trauma. During my 19 years of experience, I have worked with clients of diverse backgrounds. My therapeutic work is a combination of psychotherapeutic and cognitive behavioral approaches applied to individualized, interactive therapy. I am a graduate of Yale College and the Columbia University School of Social Work. I have a certificate from the Training Institute of Mental Health in Psychoanalytic Therapy.
(914) 325-5624
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Jane Horowitz
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
We all have our own negative thought patterns that impact our confidence, self-esteem, and mental health. What ideas and beliefs do you have about yourself? Perhaps those beliefs are causing you to be stressed, anxious, or depressed. Together, we can discover your unique thought patterns, become aware of their impact, and start to replace them with more motivating and positive self-talk. We can also begin to understand how your emotions show up in your body and how they might be impacting different areas of your life.
(347) 732-1598
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Madeleine Dopico
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I am a direct, empathic and energetic therapist with a straight shooting approach in treating anxiety and mood disorders, self-esteem and relationship conflicts. I work collaboratively with clients guiding and empowering them to improve their self-awareness and identify goals and areas for personal growth. As a therapist, I'm able to additionally draw from my unique background as the previous CEO of a mental health tech startup in NYC before my advanced clinical training. I am also an active singer, writer and performer and utilizes my creativity to connect with multidimensional, thoughtful and passionately driven individuals.
(646) 783-4012
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Not accepting new clients
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Eugene Tereshchenko
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified
14 Endorsed
Verified
14 Endorsed
*Not accepting new patients at this time* My approach to treatment is informed by my belief in the importance of a therapeutic relationship. I provide a safe and non-judgmental environment where we work together on understanding the difficulties that have negatively affected your life to allow for the development of your own inherent tools to build a life that is more fulfilling and enjoyable. I have several years of post-graduate training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. I also draw upon eclectic modalities depending on each person's particular needs.
(917) 740-5629
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
Not accepting new clients
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Alyssa Berger
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I specialize in treating anxiety, depression, life transitions, and low self-esteem. I work with an integrative approach and base my practice techniques on the unique needs of the individual, as psychotherapy is not based on a "one size fits all" approach. I pay close attention to the relationships within a client's life, provide tools on how to effectively challenge troubling thoughts and behaviors, and take into consideration the individual's past experiences.
(516) 373-7754
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Joan Cade
Licensed Psychoanalyst, MS, LP, NCPsyA
Verified
Verified
Joan Cade is a licensed psychoanalyst, parent counselor and early childhood educational and psychological consultant. In her private psychotherapy practice, Joan has extensive experience working with adults on a wide range of issues including: relationships, anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, defining life goals, work satisfaction, creative self-expression, self-esteem, stress-related physical symptoms, and parenting. For the treatment of depression and anxiety, Joan believes the benefits of talk therapy can be augmented by incorporating healthy practices such as sufficient sleep, aerobic exercise, breathing techniques, and good nutrition into one's daily life. Joan provides guidance to her patients to support them in implementing these practices.
(646) 600-5170
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Robert J Katz
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Verified
I believe that the ultimate aim of therapy is to develop the inner freedom and skills necessary to move through life in a more centered and confident manner that begins with improved self esteem and ends with a greater capacity to face life's difficulties in a less alone and more related place.
I have been in practice for many years and have been involved in the training of psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers. I have come to believe that each person is unique and that the therapy has to be tailored accordingly. In fact, the art of relating deeply depends on the ability to be able to understand the other' personality in its’ own right and to be able to respond to their individuality with a great deal of acceptance and warmth. The establishment of a good therapeutic relationship is one of the keys to achieving a positive outcome.
(212) 831-0323
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Paige Monborne
Counselor, LMHC
Verified
Verified
Paige uses an eclectic, client-centered approach in her work, meeting clients where they are with compassionate honesty, genuineness, and empathetic support. She strives to provide a safe, supportive therapeutic environment and build strong alliances and trust with her clients. Paige collaborates with clients to help them determine what is most effective in their personal therapeutic experience, practicing cultural humility and approaching therapy with multicultural understanding. She draws from emotionally-focused, psychodynamic, feminist, cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness, and multicultural therapeutic understandings.
(646) 859-4332
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Gladys Frankel
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Verified
I am a highly experienced Clinical Psychologist; Dartmouth Medical School and Weill Cornell Medical College Faculty. I work with adults, adolescents, families and couples treating diverse challenges such as parent coordination, divorce, relationship issues, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, stress management/resiliency, self-esteem, human potential, peak performance and brain fitness.
(646) 859-1474
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Irwin Hirsch
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Verified
I work therapeutically with anyone who believes that they are struggling with either or both their personal relationships and career fulfillment. I also have long experience with those who feel depressed or despairing and as well, those who suffer from inhibiting anxiety. I try to use my 40 years of accumulated experience with a wide range of men and women to be optimally useful to each new client I meet and to help them as quickly as possible. Although a trained psychoanalyst, I am an active participant in sharing my observations, impressions and insights.
(646) 846-7243
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Stacy Kuhn
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH
Verified
Verified
I strive to help clients understand their personal issues and dynamics that might be interfering with achieving their success in personal and professional life. I have witnessed the stresses young people feel when facing the pressures of adulthood. Increasingly, these anxieties are associated with economic and social media pressures. Many of these young adults have unhealthy coping mechanisms for dealing with these factors, like substance abuse. Through understanding a person's way of being and looking at the world, healthier behaviors and thoughts can lead to effective change in life.
(646) 663-4274
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Dr. Arielle Jean-Pierre
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
In an era where we’re bombarded with self-love messaging from all sides, too many of us are left to struggle with the nagging question: “But how do I love myself?” Some of us—especially those carrying marginalized identities—were never taught. Instead, we were given life scripts urging us to make ourselves small and focus solely on the ways we come up short. The fact that you’ve taken this step to find support is a pivotal moment; you’re acknowledging that you deserve better, and you’re willing to do the work to get there. I’d love to help you with that.
(347) 727-4476
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10028
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Erwin Flaxman
Licensed Psychoanalyst, PhD
Verified
Verified
In my years of practicing I have found that everyone can profit from counseling, psychotherapy, or psychoanalysis, depending on their need. I collaborate with my patients to help them better understand and remove the psychological and social barriers that inhbit them from being content and satisfied with their lives. I treat many kinds of patients in many psychological and life situations. I have found that many problems have been life-long, and unfortunately only when they becone too painful and interfere with their lives do people look for help. Sometimes these problems are most acutely felt at times of transition.
(646) 600-8185
Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Rachel Landman
Counselor, LMHC, EdM, MA
Verified
Verified
Rachel’s approach is highly personalized for each client. She provides a warm and nonjudgmental environment to foster strong therapeutic relationships with an emphasis on trust and acceptance. She understands everyone needs someone who will listen and accept them for who they are. Rachel’s primary focus is on existential issues, engulfed in the psychodynamic approach using a toolbox of CBT skills.
(646) 762-0651
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Carnegie Hill
New York, NY 10128
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Self Esteem Therapists
Self-esteem lives on a spectrum: Not enough self-regard (or low self esteem) can lead people to become depressed, or to tolerate abusive situations and relationships. Too much self-love (or high self-esteem), results in an off-putting sense of entitlement and an inability to learn from failure. And it's occasionally a sign of clinical narcissism. Quite the opposite of being shy or shyness, yet still on the same spectrum.