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"Sometimes, when we feel anxious or depressed, life can appear to come to a standstill. The rest of the world is moving, but we feel stuck or fearful of moving forward. As your therapist, I will provide a safe space for you to explore what may be holding you back. I will help guide you towards making positive changes and choices."
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"Sometimes, when we feel anxious or depressed, life can appear to come to a standstill. The rest of the world is moving, but we feel stuck or fearful of moving forward. As your therapist, I will provide a safe space for you to explore what may be holding you back. I will help guide you towards making positive changes and choices."
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"The hustle and bustle never stops. Meetings, calls, appointments, engagements. You're on the move. You're pushing yourself to reach your goals and your dreams and sometimes the grind starts to grind you down. You look around, at work, on social media, and you see these seemingly perfectly orchestrated lives filled with success, wealth, health, happiness, beauty. Everything seems and feels unattainable. Why are they all the way over there? Why am I stuck here? Why am I failing? Why aren't I good enough? The quest to earn enough, have enough, be enough can feel utterly overwhelming. But, let's explore: What's truly important to you?"
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"The hustle and bustle never stops. Meetings, calls, appointments, engagements. You're on the move. You're pushing yourself to reach your goals and your dreams and sometimes the grind starts to grind you down. You look around, at work, on social media, and you see these seemingly perfectly orchestrated lives filled with success, wealth, health, happiness, beauty. Everything seems and feels unattainable. Why are they all the way over there? Why am I stuck here? Why am I failing? Why aren't I good enough? The quest to earn enough, have enough, be enough can feel utterly overwhelming. But, let's explore: What's truly important to you?"
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"I believe we all need someone who will listen to us and accept us for who we are. I provide my clients with a warm and nonjudgmental environment in which we can explore issues and enable them to live the life they want. I aim to create a strong therapeutic relationship with an emphasis on trust and acceptance, while working collaboratively on setting goals, identifying barriers, increasing coping skills, and building on existing strengths. "
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"I believe we all need someone who will listen to us and accept us for who we are. I provide my clients with a warm and nonjudgmental environment in which we can explore issues and enable them to live the life they want. I aim to create a strong therapeutic relationship with an emphasis on trust and acceptance, while working collaboratively on setting goals, identifying barriers, increasing coping skills, and building on existing strengths. "
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"Let this be the time that you bring comfort to your life. Searching for a sense of well-being often signifies the need for change. I offer therapy that starts with creating a safe space to explore your strengths and identify your challenges. Carefully and creatively we will open pathways to self empowerment skills while reducing your unhappiness and stress. In our work together, you will be able to identify feelings that build connectivity to your self and others, and use them to create new thoughts and experiences in relationships and work. "
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(551) 227-3400
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"Let this be the time that you bring comfort to your life. Searching for a sense of well-being often signifies the need for change. I offer therapy that starts with creating a safe space to explore your strengths and identify your challenges. Carefully and creatively we will open pathways to self empowerment skills while reducing your unhappiness and stress. In our work together, you will be able to identify feelings that build connectivity to your self and others, and use them to create new thoughts and experiences in relationships and work. "
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"If you are stressed, anxious, depressed, traumatized, or have an unsatisfying relationship, we can explore your unique needs for healing and happiness. In addition, I offer clinical hypnosis to address various issues such as smoking, weight control, pain management, and phobias. I am compassionate, mature, and supportive and I offer a wide variety of counseling services to both individuals and couples. I feel that anyone seeking therapy is demonstrating great strength and courage. I will be with you every step of the way as we explore your path to fulfillment, wellness, and happiness"
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(917) 809-7496
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"If you are stressed, anxious, depressed, traumatized, or have an unsatisfying relationship, we can explore your unique needs for healing and happiness. In addition, I offer clinical hypnosis to address various issues such as smoking, weight control, pain management, and phobias. I am compassionate, mature, and supportive and I offer a wide variety of counseling services to both individuals and couples. I feel that anyone seeking therapy is demonstrating great strength and courage. I will be with you every step of the way as we explore your path to fulfillment, wellness, and happiness"
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"Shira combine her corporate world experiences with her belief in the prospect for self-betterment and self-discovery though psychotherapy. She is dedicated in assisting individuals and couples appreciate their feelings, thoughts, and experiences and how it may have impacted their perceptions of their lives, themselves, and their interpersonal relationships."
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(347) 429-7529
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"Shira combine her corporate world experiences with her belief in the prospect for self-betterment and self-discovery though psychotherapy. She is dedicated in assisting individuals and couples appreciate their feelings, thoughts, and experiences and how it may have impacted their perceptions of their lives, themselves, and their interpersonal relationships."
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"CARLA MANNINO, LCSW-R, CAS, CCTP, CAMS is the founder of Gotham Psychotherapy, a full-time private practice in New York City that specializes in integrative psychotherapy for individuals, couples, families and groups. Her therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help patients effectively address personal life challenges."
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(646) 798-7029
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"CARLA MANNINO, LCSW-R, CAS, CCTP, CAMS is the founder of Gotham Psychotherapy, a full-time private practice in New York City that specializes in integrative psychotherapy for individuals, couples, families and groups. Her therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help patients effectively address personal life challenges."
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New York, New York 10003
"Welcome, and congratulations on taking this courageous step towards connecting with a therapist. In my practice, I offer individual and couples counseling. My approach is empathic, respectful, honest, and collaborative. Together, we will pay attention to past experiences, including family dynamics, as well as work on practical, realistic approaches to dealing with today. I have found that people are more resilient than they think. I work to help you harness that strength and regain hope."
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(646) 791-3615
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"Welcome, and congratulations on taking this courageous step towards connecting with a therapist. In my practice, I offer individual and couples counseling. My approach is empathic, respectful, honest, and collaborative. Together, we will pay attention to past experiences, including family dynamics, as well as work on practical, realistic approaches to dealing with today. I have found that people are more resilient than they think. I work to help you harness that strength and regain hope."
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New York, New York 10010
"If you have persistent worries or obstacles that stand in the way of living more fully, this could be a good time to have a consultation. My style is compassionate, listening fully and deeply providing you with the tools to make positive changes. I will work with you to create a safe and collaborative environment whether you are feeling anxious, depressed, struggling with relationships or work, issues of sexuality, LGTB, life transitions and loss, or addictive behavior. I hold an MSW and a certificate in supervision from NYU, and certificates in Imago Couples Therapy and Group Therapy."
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(646) 350-3829
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"If you have persistent worries or obstacles that stand in the way of living more fully, this could be a good time to have a consultation. My style is compassionate, listening fully and deeply providing you with the tools to make positive changes. I will work with you to create a safe and collaborative environment whether you are feeling anxious, depressed, struggling with relationships or work, issues of sexuality, LGTB, life transitions and loss, or addictive behavior. I hold an MSW and a certificate in supervision from NYU, and certificates in Imago Couples Therapy and Group Therapy."
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"I am a licensed psychologist offering psychotherapy to individuals and couples. I treat adults and adolescents. My approach is primarily psychoanalytic/psychodynamic though I use cognitive and behavioral techniques when appropriate. I have specialized training in the treatment of eating disorders, substance abuse/addictions and LGBTQ+ issues. Additional areas of specialization or interest include anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship problems, chronic medical conditions, disabilities, love and intimacy, parenting and identity confusion."
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(201) 331-6397
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"I am a licensed psychologist offering psychotherapy to individuals and couples. I treat adults and adolescents. My approach is primarily psychoanalytic/psychodynamic though I use cognitive and behavioral techniques when appropriate. I have specialized training in the treatment of eating disorders, substance abuse/addictions and LGBTQ+ issues. Additional areas of specialization or interest include anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship problems, chronic medical conditions, disabilities, love and intimacy, parenting and identity confusion."
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New York, New York 10001
"Expansive Therapy is a bicoastal psychotherapy practice with locations in New York City and San Francisco. Due to the Coronavirus, we are currently offering remote teletherapy sessions for residents of New York and California and we have immediately availability. We have a diverse team of therapists offering a wide variety of modalities and specialties, and we match you with the therapist who best meets your needs. Our website is expansivetherapy.com and you can reach our office manager Drew at info@expansivetherapy.com. "
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(646) 603-1625
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New York, New York 10001
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"Expansive Therapy is a bicoastal psychotherapy practice with locations in New York City and San Francisco. Due to the Coronavirus, we are currently offering remote teletherapy sessions for residents of New York and California and we have immediately availability. We have a diverse team of therapists offering a wide variety of modalities and specialties, and we match you with the therapist who best meets your needs. Our website is expansivetherapy.com and you can reach our office manager Drew at info@expansivetherapy.com. "
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"Finding a balance in life can sometimes be a struggle and is always a challenge. Making effective decisions, maintaining consistency, overcoming hardships, loss and stress, are life's hurdles that lead to inner conflict and can result in confusion and a feeling of hopelessness. Therapy is a collaborative process. Through self reflection, objectivity and guidance you can overcome obstacles, find meaning and direction, and above all, the will to make it work."
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"Finding a balance in life can sometimes be a struggle and is always a challenge. Making effective decisions, maintaining consistency, overcoming hardships, loss and stress, are life's hurdles that lead to inner conflict and can result in confusion and a feeling of hopelessness. Therapy is a collaborative process. Through self reflection, objectivity and guidance you can overcome obstacles, find meaning and direction, and above all, the will to make it work."
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New York, New York 10016
"Amidst the chaos and pressure of living in the city, life can get challenging. Whether you are looking to work through existing challenges or feel compelled to move in a new direction, it does not have to be done alone. I am a NYS licensed psychotherapist and a national certified counselor who uses evidence-based practice to address concerns such as: substance use, trauma, mood disorders, life transitions, identity issues, LGBTQ+ challenges, and relationship problems. "
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(646) 480-9561
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"Amidst the chaos and pressure of living in the city, life can get challenging. Whether you are looking to work through existing challenges or feel compelled to move in a new direction, it does not have to be done alone. I am a NYS licensed psychotherapist and a national certified counselor who uses evidence-based practice to address concerns such as: substance use, trauma, mood disorders, life transitions, identity issues, LGBTQ+ challenges, and relationship problems. "
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"David views the therapeutic process as a collaborative effort and recognizes each person as an individual with their own needs and desires. An essential aspect of treatment provides the individual the space and safety to explore and express themselves in a confidential environment. This promotes a greater sense of self-awareness and self-acceptance. David's approach draws on a relational psychodynamic orientation, informed by infant and attachment research, as well as contemporary neuroscience. However, the individual's experience is always privileged in guiding the process, with a focus on finding the best way to help each person move forward in their life."
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(646) 832-2452
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"David views the therapeutic process as a collaborative effort and recognizes each person as an individual with their own needs and desires. An essential aspect of treatment provides the individual the space and safety to explore and express themselves in a confidential environment. This promotes a greater sense of self-awareness and self-acceptance. David's approach draws on a relational psychodynamic orientation, informed by infant and attachment research, as well as contemporary neuroscience. However, the individual's experience is always privileged in guiding the process, with a focus on finding the best way to help each person move forward in their life."
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New York, New York 10025
" Sometimes accepting ourselves and where we are in our life journey can be challenging. Over the past decade I’ve had the privilege of supporting individuals accept and manage through difficult periods of their lives. When the dust settles from crisis, people often find themselves feeling the most alone and vulnerable. Part of my job is to hold some of your pain in order to help create space for healing. "
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(347) 514-6078
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" Sometimes accepting ourselves and where we are in our life journey can be challenging. Over the past decade I’ve had the privilege of supporting individuals accept and manage through difficult periods of their lives. When the dust settles from crisis, people often find themselves feeling the most alone and vulnerable. Part of my job is to hold some of your pain in order to help create space for healing. "
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"Any form of psychotherapy must be guided by one overarching purpose: to help you achieve your goals. Treatment alleviates distress and results in greater inner strength. Accordingly, therapy must be a constructive experience, and as work proceeds, you'll experience advances in your sense of well-being. On the whole, expect an upward trend of hope and greater self-esteem. Your capacity for intimacy with others and your enjoyment of life will increase, concomitant with a decrease in suffering and pain. Psychotherapy helps to establish a profound, meaningful and healthy sense of connectedness with your world and those in it."
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(917) 746-5189
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"Any form of psychotherapy must be guided by one overarching purpose: to help you achieve your goals. Treatment alleviates distress and results in greater inner strength. Accordingly, therapy must be a constructive experience, and as work proceeds, you'll experience advances in your sense of well-being. On the whole, expect an upward trend of hope and greater self-esteem. Your capacity for intimacy with others and your enjoyment of life will increase, concomitant with a decrease in suffering and pain. Psychotherapy helps to establish a profound, meaningful and healthy sense of connectedness with your world and those in it."
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"If you have trouble getting to a therapist's office, I can come to your home, office, or location of choice. If you are depressed, anxious, or struggling with the stress of NYC I can help see you through. I work with individuals, couples and families, and youth. My aim is to help when people are struggling in their job, relationship, school or everyday life. I can also work with homebound individuals."
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(917) 652-6930
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"If you have trouble getting to a therapist's office, I can come to your home, office, or location of choice. If you are depressed, anxious, or struggling with the stress of NYC I can help see you through. I work with individuals, couples and families, and youth. My aim is to help when people are struggling in their job, relationship, school or everyday life. I can also work with homebound individuals."
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(917) 382-8466
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"Therapy is a process of growth and self-discovery. Through our work together, you will gain a clearer understanding of yourself by putting your thoughts and feelings into words. My style is interactive and collaborative and my aim is to create an environment of safety that nurtures psychological healing. I have over 10 years of experience treating adults and adolescents in individual, family and couples' therapy. I work with people who struggle with relationship issues, fears, anxiety, anger management, depression, trauma and low self-esteem. My goal is to help you develop a stronger sense of self-awareness, enhance communication skills and improve interpersonal relationships."
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(646) 759-0749
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"Therapy is a process of growth and self-discovery. Through our work together, you will gain a clearer understanding of yourself by putting your thoughts and feelings into words. My style is interactive and collaborative and my aim is to create an environment of safety that nurtures psychological healing. I have over 10 years of experience treating adults and adolescents in individual, family and couples' therapy. I work with people who struggle with relationship issues, fears, anxiety, anger management, depression, trauma and low self-esteem. My goal is to help you develop a stronger sense of self-awareness, enhance communication skills and improve interpersonal relationships."
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"Psychological health is much more than the absence of problems and mental illness. Even when things seem to be going well we may still feel that there is something missing and that our lives lack the happiness, purpose, and vitality that we desire. My approach begins with the identification of your values. This becomes the foundation of our work together. We then explore thoughts and feelings that get in the way of living a more meaningful and satisfying life and replace them with strategies that are more values consistent and effective in the pursuit of a more satisfying life."
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(347) 736-9537
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"Psychological health is much more than the absence of problems and mental illness. Even when things seem to be going well we may still feel that there is something missing and that our lives lack the happiness, purpose, and vitality that we desire. My approach begins with the identification of your values. This becomes the foundation of our work together. We then explore thoughts and feelings that get in the way of living a more meaningful and satisfying life and replace them with strategies that are more values consistent and effective in the pursuit of a more satisfying life."

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Peer Relationships in 10155

Teens want to be with people their own age - their peers. During their adolescent years, teens and tweens often spend more time with their peers than with their parents. Through their peer relationships, they can be both connected and independent, as they grow away from their parents' images of them and develop identities of their own. Peers provide a place for accepting the feelings, thoughts and actions that come with the search for identity.

Positive Peer Pressure in 10155

The ability to develop healthy friendships and peer relationships depends on a teen's self-identity and self-esteem. Peer pressure can encourage your teen's energy and motivate your teen to conform to healthy behavior. Peers can act as positive role models and demonstrate constructive social behavior. Peers listen to, accept, and understand the frustrations, challenges, and concerns of being a tween or teenager.

Negative Peer Pressure in 10155

The need for acceptance, approval, and belonging can lead some teens or tweens to engage in risky behavior in order to fit in with a group-contrasting values they may otherwise reject. In such situations, peer pressure can impair judgment and enable risk-taking behavior, drawing a teen away from the family and positive influences. Some teens harbor secret lives --including those who appear to be well-behaved, high-achieving teens when they are with adults -and engage in negative behavior when with their peers.

If you're looking for help with child peer relationships in 10155 or for a 10155 peer relationship Therapist these professionals provide help understanding the peer relationships of kids or tweens, or teen peer relationship counseling in 10155 and peer relationship advice. They include peer relationship Therapists, peer relationship psychologists in 10155 and peer relationship counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in 10155 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 10155 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 10155 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 10155 or family therapy in 10155.