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"Starting therapy is a leap of faith at a time when hope is scarce. It is an act of courage. I prioritize symptom relief and stabilization, but I believe that lasting change and growth stem from a deeper understanding of our histories, relationships, internal worlds, and motivations. I work best with people who are willing to take a risk and become curious about their own complexity. I believe social and political environments, genetic predispositions, and intergenerational histories all interact to manifest our challenges and gifts. Ideally, my clients would be open to uncovering the many unconscious forces at play in their lives."
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"Starting therapy is a leap of faith at a time when hope is scarce. It is an act of courage. I prioritize symptom relief and stabilization, but I believe that lasting change and growth stem from a deeper understanding of our histories, relationships, internal worlds, and motivations. I work best with people who are willing to take a risk and become curious about their own complexity. I believe social and political environments, genetic predispositions, and intergenerational histories all interact to manifest our challenges and gifts. Ideally, my clients would be open to uncovering the many unconscious forces at play in their lives."
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"Therapy is a desired journey for self-discovery at any point in our lives, and an opportunity to access our own inner resources for self-empowerment. In my practice, I integrate Western psychotherapy interventions with Eastern methods of healing. For almost 20 years, my cross-cultural work and clinical experience have fostered a global perspective on mental health with deep empathy and nonjudgement. I practice psychodynamic psychotherapy, clinical hypnotherapy, transpersonal psychology, and meditation. My focus is the full spectrum of trauma, complex trauma, anxiety, depression, grief, & other crises. With humility, I welcome you."
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"Therapy is a desired journey for self-discovery at any point in our lives, and an opportunity to access our own inner resources for self-empowerment. In my practice, I integrate Western psychotherapy interventions with Eastern methods of healing. For almost 20 years, my cross-cultural work and clinical experience have fostered a global perspective on mental health with deep empathy and nonjudgement. I practice psychodynamic psychotherapy, clinical hypnotherapy, transpersonal psychology, and meditation. My focus is the full spectrum of trauma, complex trauma, anxiety, depression, grief, & other crises. With humility, I welcome you."
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"With openness and loving acceptance, I welcome each person as a unique, creative whole. I value all aspects of each individual, cherishing each behavior as having an important function. I collaborate with each client on identifying patterns, habits, beliefs and blocks, which contribute to stress as well as interfere with feeling fulfillment, satisfaction and joy. Together we examine different areas of life: purpose, career, relationships, grief/loss, trauma recovery and much more. Using a holistic approach, I welcome tears and laughter, joys and fears, anger and sorrow, letting go and embracing anew. "
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"With openness and loving acceptance, I welcome each person as a unique, creative whole. I value all aspects of each individual, cherishing each behavior as having an important function. I collaborate with each client on identifying patterns, habits, beliefs and blocks, which contribute to stress as well as interfere with feeling fulfillment, satisfaction and joy. Together we examine different areas of life: purpose, career, relationships, grief/loss, trauma recovery and much more. Using a holistic approach, I welcome tears and laughter, joys and fears, anger and sorrow, letting go and embracing anew. "
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"Happy Apple is a multi-practitioner counseling center based in NYC. Our experts are highly trained, experienced, specialized, and skilled in a variety of therapeutic approaches. Perhaps most important, we are real people who deeply understand and care about the concerns and ambitions of others. We are easy to talk to and quick to “get” others. In other words, we are “people people.” We at Happy Apple have no attitude or agenda, other than to assist you in reaching your goals as quickly and thoroughly as possible. Happy Apple is committed to providing top-notch care to clients facing anxiety, depression, and relationship concerns. We also seek to conquer the roadblocks that deter many from therapy (e.g., financial limitations, time constraints, and prior dissatisfaction with therapy), as we believe all people deserve to experience satisfying lives and relationships."
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"Happy Apple is a multi-practitioner counseling center based in NYC. Our experts are highly trained, experienced, specialized, and skilled in a variety of therapeutic approaches. Perhaps most important, we are real people who deeply understand and care about the concerns and ambitions of others. We are easy to talk to and quick to “get” others. In other words, we are “people people.” We at Happy Apple have no attitude or agenda, other than to assist you in reaching your goals as quickly and thoroughly as possible. Happy Apple is committed to providing top-notch care to clients facing anxiety, depression, and relationship concerns. We also seek to conquer the roadblocks that deter many from therapy (e.g., financial limitations, time constraints, and prior dissatisfaction with therapy), as we believe all people deserve to experience satisfying lives and relationships."
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New York, New York 10024
"If you have experienced injustice, I believe you. I have dedicated my career to walking alongside survivors of trauma and this work continues to be the greatest privilege of my life. The most harrowing consequence of injustice is the shattering of trust and connections, to self and others. I'm committed to not repeat the same pattern of behavior that hurt you before, and to not spend your valuable time trying to convince you that you thoughts and behaviors are not serving you well. Most likely, you already know it and have heard it before. You have heard explanations; I'm here to provide a new experience."
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"If you have experienced injustice, I believe you. I have dedicated my career to walking alongside survivors of trauma and this work continues to be the greatest privilege of my life. The most harrowing consequence of injustice is the shattering of trust and connections, to self and others. I'm committed to not repeat the same pattern of behavior that hurt you before, and to not spend your valuable time trying to convince you that you thoughts and behaviors are not serving you well. Most likely, you already know it and have heard it before. You have heard explanations; I'm here to provide a new experience."
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"I work with individuals and couples interested in change, growth and connection."
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"I work with individuals and couples interested in change, growth and connection."
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New York, New York 10013
"SohoMD offers online sessions with board-certified clinicians to evaluate, diagnose, and treat Anxiety, Depression, and ADHD. Our teletherapy and telepsychiatry services make appointments easy. All you need is a smartphone to access our therapist or prescribers. We are in-network with Cigna and Optum insurances but please be advised that we require all our patients to be frequently seen especially during the first month to customize your care for success. "
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(212) 369-6757
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"SohoMD offers online sessions with board-certified clinicians to evaluate, diagnose, and treat Anxiety, Depression, and ADHD. Our teletherapy and telepsychiatry services make appointments easy. All you need is a smartphone to access our therapist or prescribers. We are in-network with Cigna and Optum insurances but please be advised that we require all our patients to be frequently seen especially during the first month to customize your care for success. "
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"Although I have chosen to work with couples extensively, I have found that the problems many couples face frequently are compounded by individual personal conflicts which impact on family relationships.The realities, the dynamics, the difficulties of managing all the conflicts that arise need be discussed in a safe , therapeutic setting. My experience leads me to believe that with honest, guided communication many problems may be resolved. I offer individual and couple therapy. My experience has been that is the most successful way people surmount their problems."
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"Although I have chosen to work with couples extensively, I have found that the problems many couples face frequently are compounded by individual personal conflicts which impact on family relationships.The realities, the dynamics, the difficulties of managing all the conflicts that arise need be discussed in a safe , therapeutic setting. My experience leads me to believe that with honest, guided communication many problems may be resolved. I offer individual and couple therapy. My experience has been that is the most successful way people surmount their problems."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
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New York, New York 10010
"My therapy focuses on establishing a safe and welcoming environment for all of my clients, right from the start. It is my belief that this first step is crucial in laying out the foundation for a collaborative approach to therapy and in creating worthwhile and meaningful goals throughout treatment. "
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"My therapy focuses on establishing a safe and welcoming environment for all of my clients, right from the start. It is my belief that this first step is crucial in laying out the foundation for a collaborative approach to therapy and in creating worthwhile and meaningful goals throughout treatment. "
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"I aim to work with clients in a collaborative manner. I find clients who truly invest in themselves and approach therapy as willing and able participants find the most benefit. "
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(914) 290-5207
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"I aim to work with clients in a collaborative manner. I find clients who truly invest in themselves and approach therapy as willing and able participants find the most benefit. "
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"Therapy is a commitment to self-care. In most areas of life, our success or satisfaction often hinges on how effectively we understand and care for ourselves. I support those willing to lean into that work. This involves exploring obstacles preventing you from moving forward, in whatever realm. Therapy also helps improve self-compassion, which can provide one with greater agency over life, and its challenges. Effective treatment strengthens self-awareness, and the ability to cope and adapt to the unexpected, or factors beyond our control - all keys to decreasing one's suffering, improving efficacy, and enhancing overall happiness."
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(267) 619-7557
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"Therapy is a commitment to self-care. In most areas of life, our success or satisfaction often hinges on how effectively we understand and care for ourselves. I support those willing to lean into that work. This involves exploring obstacles preventing you from moving forward, in whatever realm. Therapy also helps improve self-compassion, which can provide one with greater agency over life, and its challenges. Effective treatment strengthens self-awareness, and the ability to cope and adapt to the unexpected, or factors beyond our control - all keys to decreasing one's suffering, improving efficacy, and enhancing overall happiness."
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New York, New York 10023
"I am a psychotherapist in private practice for over twenty years. I treat families, adolescents and adults, especially those seeking help with depression, eating problems, trauma, anxiety, relationship problems, low self-esteem, LGBTQ issues, career decisions, cult involvement and feelings of isolation. I supervise other psychotherapists in a collaborative and supportive environment, with an emphasis on independent and creative thinking. I use varied approaches in my practice, such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to treat trauma victims and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples."
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(646) 600-9198
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"I am a psychotherapist in private practice for over twenty years. I treat families, adolescents and adults, especially those seeking help with depression, eating problems, trauma, anxiety, relationship problems, low self-esteem, LGBTQ issues, career decisions, cult involvement and feelings of isolation. I supervise other psychotherapists in a collaborative and supportive environment, with an emphasis on independent and creative thinking. I use varied approaches in my practice, such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to treat trauma victims and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples."
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New York, New York 10019
"It is a common human experience to feel that you fall short of your full potential or that other people seem to find enjoyment more often than you do. Perhaps you find yourself spending precious moments of your life feeling anxious or depressed, overshadowing your connections with those around you leaving you feeling lonely and lost. You would like to have a new start in your romantic and professional life, but you don’t know how. I am part of the team at Rose Hill Psychological Services and I devote myself to helping you help yourself to discover the true investment in your personal life, work and relationships, and more. "
Open Relationships Non-Monogamy
(646) 956-3628
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"It is a common human experience to feel that you fall short of your full potential or that other people seem to find enjoyment more often than you do. Perhaps you find yourself spending precious moments of your life feeling anxious or depressed, overshadowing your connections with those around you leaving you feeling lonely and lost. You would like to have a new start in your romantic and professional life, but you don’t know how. I am part of the team at Rose Hill Psychological Services and I devote myself to helping you help yourself to discover the true investment in your personal life, work and relationships, and more. "
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New York, New York 10011
"Everyone deserves to live life to its fullest. Emotional well-being is one of the essential parts of an individual's life. My office is a safe place where you can explore your fears and hopes. Whether you are struggling with excessive worry, sadness, depression, loss, relationship difficulties, job-related issues, insecurities, stress, feeling stuck/not meeting goals, or other life challenges that become difficult to navigate. The sharing of the process of understanding yourself better through psychotherapy can change how you experience yourself and others, and help you make changes to improve how you feel and live. "
Open Relationships Non-Monogamy
(914) 252-3282
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"Everyone deserves to live life to its fullest. Emotional well-being is one of the essential parts of an individual's life. My office is a safe place where you can explore your fears and hopes. Whether you are struggling with excessive worry, sadness, depression, loss, relationship difficulties, job-related issues, insecurities, stress, feeling stuck/not meeting goals, or other life challenges that become difficult to navigate. The sharing of the process of understanding yourself better through psychotherapy can change how you experience yourself and others, and help you make changes to improve how you feel and live. "
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New York, New York 10005
"Life gives us challenges. These challenges can include anxiety, depression, difficulties in relationships, or just feeling stuck in life. However, we do not have to face these challenges alone. Through collaboration, we together can create an individualized and comprehensive plan to help you create an identity of your own, integrate positive practices into your daily interactions, and grow to live a happy and healthy life. email address:hcohn144@aol.com 917 414 7949 Mailing address United States P.O. Box 150294 Kew Gardens, New York 11415"
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"Life gives us challenges. These challenges can include anxiety, depression, difficulties in relationships, or just feeling stuck in life. However, we do not have to face these challenges alone. Through collaboration, we together can create an individualized and comprehensive plan to help you create an identity of your own, integrate positive practices into your daily interactions, and grow to live a happy and healthy life. email address:hcohn144@aol.com 917 414 7949 Mailing address United States P.O. Box 150294 Kew Gardens, New York 11415"
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"I am a mental health counselor, utilizing a humanistic, multicultural and integrative approach drawing from various therapeutic modalities in order to best meet the individualized needs of the client. My approach to treatment is highly relational, as I believe that the foundation of counseling is a strong and honest connection between the client and therapist. My goal is to create a space where her clients can feel seen and heard. I am deeply invested in supporting and encouraging my clients to achieve their goals, and I see my therapeutic role as a privilege."
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"I am a mental health counselor, utilizing a humanistic, multicultural and integrative approach drawing from various therapeutic modalities in order to best meet the individualized needs of the client. My approach to treatment is highly relational, as I believe that the foundation of counseling is a strong and honest connection between the client and therapist. My goal is to create a space where her clients can feel seen and heard. I am deeply invested in supporting and encouraging my clients to achieve their goals, and I see my therapeutic role as a privilege."
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"I provide individual therapy that is warm, collaborative, and tailored to meet the unique needs of each person I see. I strongly value inclusivity and respect--values I incorporate into my work with an empowering and anti-oppressive practice. My clients arrive in therapy coping with trauma, depression, anxiety, and grief. Together, we work not only toward developing healthy coping skills, but toward healing for a sense of purpose, contentment, and peace. Therapy is an excellent place to affirm and internalize a greater sense of self worth and to practice a compassionate attitude toward yourself."
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"I provide individual therapy that is warm, collaborative, and tailored to meet the unique needs of each person I see. I strongly value inclusivity and respect--values I incorporate into my work with an empowering and anti-oppressive practice. My clients arrive in therapy coping with trauma, depression, anxiety, and grief. Together, we work not only toward developing healthy coping skills, but toward healing for a sense of purpose, contentment, and peace. Therapy is an excellent place to affirm and internalize a greater sense of self worth and to practice a compassionate attitude toward yourself."
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"The most important factor in a therapy relationship is the relationship itself. It is my task to be available, open and supportive as the person seeks to put into words what he/she is experiencing and to work through the negative effects or life experiences, as well as lifting to the fore each person's gifts, strengths and unique perspectives. It is imperative, therefore, that we establish a relationship of trust primarily by noting how past experience may have helped or hindered one's natural self-expression and ability to actualize one's true self. "
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"The most important factor in a therapy relationship is the relationship itself. It is my task to be available, open and supportive as the person seeks to put into words what he/she is experiencing and to work through the negative effects or life experiences, as well as lifting to the fore each person's gifts, strengths and unique perspectives. It is imperative, therefore, that we establish a relationship of trust primarily by noting how past experience may have helped or hindered one's natural self-expression and ability to actualize one's true self. "
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New York, New York 10016
"Jie has experiences working with clients with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, family upbringing, trauma history, self-exploratory needs, etc. Jie believes that clients have learned from past experiences and formed ways to perceive themselves and other people - anger, self-blame, not worthy of love. Jie not only works with clients on coping mechanisms about their presenting issues, but also provides compassion, understanding and care. Jie has experiences working with clients with different ages, genders, sexual orientations and cultures."
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"Jie has experiences working with clients with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, family upbringing, trauma history, self-exploratory needs, etc. Jie believes that clients have learned from past experiences and formed ways to perceive themselves and other people - anger, self-blame, not worthy of love. Jie not only works with clients on coping mechanisms about their presenting issues, but also provides compassion, understanding and care. Jie has experiences working with clients with different ages, genders, sexual orientations and cultures."
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New York, New York 10014
"I work from a psychodynamic position, with the aim to raise the curiosity over behavioral patterns that do not fit with the way we think of ourselves. I work with adults from a diversity of backgrounds and I believe the strength of my approach lies in helping people to expand their understanding of complex issues, not only by listening to their explicit and implicit narratives, but also paying attention to dreams, body language, and to the experiences and images that arise during sessions. I use psychoanalytic theory as a lens to process what takes place—an approach that does not necessarily need a couch or multiple sessions a week."
Open Relationships Non-Monogamy
(917) 540-7011
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"I work from a psychodynamic position, with the aim to raise the curiosity over behavioral patterns that do not fit with the way we think of ourselves. I work with adults from a diversity of backgrounds and I believe the strength of my approach lies in helping people to expand their understanding of complex issues, not only by listening to their explicit and implicit narratives, but also paying attention to dreams, body language, and to the experiences and images that arise during sessions. I use psychoanalytic theory as a lens to process what takes place—an approach that does not necessarily need a couch or multiple sessions a week."

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