Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"I believe that a positive and genuine therapeutic relationship is essential to successful treatment. My empathetic nature fosters an authentic and trusting therapeutic alliance with my clients, creating a supportive and nonjudgmental environment for each individual. I am passionate and dedicated to working with my clients to develop tools and find ways to help each of them lead happier and more satisfying lives. I use a range of therapeutic modalities to help clients explore their past, to better understand their present situation, and to develop specific skills to reach their goals and to improve their overall quality of life."
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(973) 363-2090
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"I believe that a positive and genuine therapeutic relationship is essential to successful treatment. My empathetic nature fosters an authentic and trusting therapeutic alliance with my clients, creating a supportive and nonjudgmental environment for each individual. I am passionate and dedicated to working with my clients to develop tools and find ways to help each of them lead happier and more satisfying lives. I use a range of therapeutic modalities to help clients explore their past, to better understand their present situation, and to develop specific skills to reach their goals and to improve their overall quality of life."
Lucy Howell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"From my intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and DBT-PE (Prolonged Exposure), I believe all human behavior makes sense given historical, social, and biological context. That said, there are times when we are unhappy with how we behave, feel, and think. Many people come to treatment, and DBT specifically, because issues in these areas have made life unbearable and, sometimes, no longer worth living. My primary goals in working with clients who suffer in this way is to extinguish self-destructive behaviors, and incorporate effective coping skills in the service of building a life you are happy to live. "
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(646) 681-6322
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"From my intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and DBT-PE (Prolonged Exposure), I believe all human behavior makes sense given historical, social, and biological context. That said, there are times when we are unhappy with how we behave, feel, and think. Many people come to treatment, and DBT specifically, because issues in these areas have made life unbearable and, sometimes, no longer worth living. My primary goals in working with clients who suffer in this way is to extinguish self-destructive behaviors, and incorporate effective coping skills in the service of building a life you are happy to live. "
Hallie H Hodenfield, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"I don’t give advice, or know what is best for you. I believe it is my job to help you figure out why you do the things you do, what you are feeling and why, and to close the gaps between the blank spots in understanding, feeling, and doing so that you can inhabit your life and your self more fully. This is a process that requires patience and perseverance, and my aim is to help you feel free enough to express all that is inside without judgment, inattention, or finality, so that you can experience yourself and your feelings, including joy, pain, and everything in between, with equanimity, curiosity, and increased aliveness. "
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(929) 463-9590
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"I don’t give advice, or know what is best for you. I believe it is my job to help you figure out why you do the things you do, what you are feeling and why, and to close the gaps between the blank spots in understanding, feeling, and doing so that you can inhabit your life and your self more fully. This is a process that requires patience and perseverance, and my aim is to help you feel free enough to express all that is inside without judgment, inattention, or finality, so that you can experience yourself and your feelings, including joy, pain, and everything in between, with equanimity, curiosity, and increased aliveness. "
Whitney M McMullan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
"I individualize treatment to fit each of my clients' needs. I have the ability to be direct yet gentle and serve as a guide for my clients through the healing process. My warmth and genuine caring, as well as my enthusiasm about each client allows them to trust and create a close therapeutic alliance with me. I will help my clients to recognize their inherent strengths and to use them in order to heal themselves. I believe that it is an honor to work with my clients in their time of life transition. To my eating disorder clients; I believe that full recovery is possible."
Self-Harming
(917) 580-6725
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"I individualize treatment to fit each of my clients' needs. I have the ability to be direct yet gentle and serve as a guide for my clients through the healing process. My warmth and genuine caring, as well as my enthusiasm about each client allows them to trust and create a close therapeutic alliance with me. I will help my clients to recognize their inherent strengths and to use them in order to heal themselves. I believe that it is an honor to work with my clients in their time of life transition. To my eating disorder clients; I believe that full recovery is possible."
Joyce Lerner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
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"I am a warm, empathic and experienced therapist who works in a collaborative style that will allow you to draw upon your own strengths and experiences within a safe and non-judgmental environment. One of the most important elements in therapy is the relationship between client and therapist which is built on trust, sincerity and a touch of humor. Together we can explore and change those parts of your life that cause unhappiness."
Self-Harming
(917) 689-9222
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"I am a warm, empathic and experienced therapist who works in a collaborative style that will allow you to draw upon your own strengths and experiences within a safe and non-judgmental environment. One of the most important elements in therapy is the relationship between client and therapist which is built on trust, sincerity and a touch of humor. Together we can explore and change those parts of your life that cause unhappiness."
Amy Merbaum Althoff, Licensed Psychoanalyst
Licensed Psychoanalyst, MA, LP
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"Talking to an experienced therapist can help improve your life. I welcome the opportunity to work with you in a collaborative and nonjudgmental way to better understand what is getting in the way of having the life you want."
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(917) 924-9493
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"Talking to an experienced therapist can help improve your life. I welcome the opportunity to work with you in a collaborative and nonjudgmental way to better understand what is getting in the way of having the life you want."
Vanessa Mcgann, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
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"As a clinical psychologist with over 15 years of experience helping a variety of people heal, grow and change, I believe therapy is a process that can free people to live more fulfilling and creative lives. I work with each patient, couple or family to build on strengths and overcome obstacles. I am trained in psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and psychoanalytic theories, but am not bound by any particular approach; I use what works to help people address a range of issues, including depression, anxiety, and relationship problems."
Self-Harming
(646) 699-3581
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"As a clinical psychologist with over 15 years of experience helping a variety of people heal, grow and change, I believe therapy is a process that can free people to live more fulfilling and creative lives. I work with each patient, couple or family to build on strengths and overcome obstacles. I am trained in psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and psychoanalytic theories, but am not bound by any particular approach; I use what works to help people address a range of issues, including depression, anxiety, and relationship problems."
Yanli Liang, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life can be difficult at times. A person could feel "dissatisfied with life," "unhappy," or "unfulfilled," despite all the efforts. Collaborating with a skilled psychotherapist could help a person identify and break the maladaptive patterns, make positive changes in life, and experience more happiness and freedom. I am a bilingual (Chinese & English) psychologist with over 15 years of training and experience. I adopt an integrative and holistic style, blending elements of Psychodynamic, Interpersonal, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and existential approaches through the lens of culture."
Self-Harming
(646) 846-9712
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"Life can be difficult at times. A person could feel "dissatisfied with life," "unhappy," or "unfulfilled," despite all the efforts. Collaborating with a skilled psychotherapist could help a person identify and break the maladaptive patterns, make positive changes in life, and experience more happiness and freedom. I am a bilingual (Chinese & English) psychologist with over 15 years of training and experience. I adopt an integrative and holistic style, blending elements of Psychodynamic, Interpersonal, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and existential approaches through the lens of culture."
Christina Winholt Raccuia, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MAED, LMSW
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"Are you feeling anxious, overwhelmed and lacking motivation? Talking about what wears you down and organize your thoughts in a safe space will be helpful. I practice interpersonal psychotherapy focused on problem solving in the here and now, which also incorporates thought changing therapy. Life transitional issues are a natural source of stress, but also create opportunity to change. My therapeutic goal is to focus on how to change your thoughts about your circumstances to enable you to move forward fruitfully and with new and changed perspective. We cannot choose our history, but we can manage it better."
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(855) 849-8078
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"Are you feeling anxious, overwhelmed and lacking motivation? Talking about what wears you down and organize your thoughts in a safe space will be helpful. I practice interpersonal psychotherapy focused on problem solving in the here and now, which also incorporates thought changing therapy. Life transitional issues are a natural source of stress, but also create opportunity to change. My therapeutic goal is to focus on how to change your thoughts about your circumstances to enable you to move forward fruitfully and with new and changed perspective. We cannot choose our history, but we can manage it better."
Wendy Carolina Franco, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"The decision to begin therapy, with all it's exciting possibilities for growth, is often made during a difficult time. I work using a collaborative approach, in which we explore the problems and their roots to develop meaningful interventions tailored to your needs. With deeper understanding of the underlying issues, I aim to facilitate the process for symptom relief, deeper connection with self and others, and for change."
Self-Harming
(347) 934-8803
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"The decision to begin therapy, with all it's exciting possibilities for growth, is often made during a difficult time. I work using a collaborative approach, in which we explore the problems and their roots to develop meaningful interventions tailored to your needs. With deeper understanding of the underlying issues, I aim to facilitate the process for symptom relief, deeper connection with self and others, and for change."
Ashley Holtzman, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
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"Have you or a loved one been struggling with addiction? Do you often isolate or avoid others because you don’t want them to know, and are left feeling helpless, and exhausted? Addiction is a challenge that is not easy to overcome, and is nearly impossible to deal with alone. By reading this, you are taking the first step in committing to a healthier, more fulfilling life. If you are impacted by someone else’s addiction, you are taking a step toward understanding the addictive behaviors, and exploring how to be supportive without enabling harmful behaviors. "
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(646) 374-3661
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"Have you or a loved one been struggling with addiction? Do you often isolate or avoid others because you don’t want them to know, and are left feeling helpless, and exhausted? Addiction is a challenge that is not easy to overcome, and is nearly impossible to deal with alone. By reading this, you are taking the first step in committing to a healthier, more fulfilling life. If you are impacted by someone else’s addiction, you are taking a step toward understanding the addictive behaviors, and exploring how to be supportive without enabling harmful behaviors. "
Shelley Messing, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD, MSW
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"I am a licensed clinical social worker, with over 30 years of experience. I have a variety of clinical interests and areas of specialization, including the treatment of trauma and PTSD; couples therapy with heterosexual, gay and lesbian couples; analytic work "launching" young adults; Ericksonian hypnosis; EMDR;Sensorimotor Psychotherapy; child, adolescent and family therapy; and in-depth analytic work with individuals who are feeling stuck in repetitive patterns or dynamics left over from childhood, and want to change. I have co-led ongoing therapy groups for women with trauma histories for close to 30 years."
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(646) 480-7155
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"I am a licensed clinical social worker, with over 30 years of experience. I have a variety of clinical interests and areas of specialization, including the treatment of trauma and PTSD; couples therapy with heterosexual, gay and lesbian couples; analytic work "launching" young adults; Ericksonian hypnosis; EMDR;Sensorimotor Psychotherapy; child, adolescent and family therapy; and in-depth analytic work with individuals who are feeling stuck in repetitive patterns or dynamics left over from childhood, and want to change. I have co-led ongoing therapy groups for women with trauma histories for close to 30 years."
Victoria Blumberg,
MA, RDT, LCAT
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"As a psychodynamic therapist, I provide a safe space to explore relationships and the roles one plays in them, honoring strengths and uncovering the meanings that underlie challenging areas. Goals would include connecting thoughts and emotions, to enhance insight into how one moves through one's life and to increase healthier coping skills to stressors. I specialize in eating disorders, body image, substance abuse/addiction and a history of trauma."
Self-Harming
(631) 657-0619
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"As a psychodynamic therapist, I provide a safe space to explore relationships and the roles one plays in them, honoring strengths and uncovering the meanings that underlie challenging areas. Goals would include connecting thoughts and emotions, to enhance insight into how one moves through one's life and to increase healthier coping skills to stressors. I specialize in eating disorders, body image, substance abuse/addiction and a history of trauma."
Nick Helbich, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Strong therapeutic relationships can create healing and generate the ability to change. My approach is eclectic. This means I draw from a variety therapeutic approaches and apply them depending on how well the client responds. I work with a variety of symptoms including: anxiety, depression, obsessions and compulsions (OCD), relationship-, sexual- and work- related issues. I am fluent in German and French, as well as English. I love diversity and I work well with people from all backgrounds and walks of life. I look forward to hearing from you and have a FREE CONSULTATION on the PHONE: 646-270-7255."
Self-Harming
(646) 576-7154
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"Strong therapeutic relationships can create healing and generate the ability to change. My approach is eclectic. This means I draw from a variety therapeutic approaches and apply them depending on how well the client responds. I work with a variety of symptoms including: anxiety, depression, obsessions and compulsions (OCD), relationship-, sexual- and work- related issues. I am fluent in German and French, as well as English. I love diversity and I work well with people from all backgrounds and walks of life. I look forward to hearing from you and have a FREE CONSULTATION on the PHONE: 646-270-7255."
Isolde Keilhofer, Licensed Psychoanalyst
Licensed Psychoanalyst, LP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you feeling anxious, isolated, depressed? Are you having difficulty with relationships? Are you creatively blocked? Problems in living can be encountered despite accomplishment. I help you identify blocks in relationships, career, creativity. Life is full of unexpected shocks; therapy can be an auxiliary shock absorber."
Self-Harming
(212) 726-0558
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"Are you feeling anxious, isolated, depressed? Are you having difficulty with relationships? Are you creatively blocked? Problems in living can be encountered despite accomplishment. I help you identify blocks in relationships, career, creativity. Life is full of unexpected shocks; therapy can be an auxiliary shock absorber."
Barbara T Kass, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe psychotherapy can offer a client the opportunity to explore difficult internal experiences, relationships or life transitions in a safe, supportive environment that encourages productive change. That opportunity is based on a collaborative relationship between client and therapist. It is this relationship that is central to the change process. To facillitate the change that clients hope for, a warm, empathic and open therapist is important."
Self-Harming
(212) 255-1245
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"I believe psychotherapy can offer a client the opportunity to explore difficult internal experiences, relationships or life transitions in a safe, supportive environment that encourages productive change. That opportunity is based on a collaborative relationship between client and therapist. It is this relationship that is central to the change process. To facillitate the change that clients hope for, a warm, empathic and open therapist is important."
Shanée Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"***********NOTE: FOR ALL INQUIRIES, PLEASE EMAIL*********** The energy of transition and healing is in the air for a lot of us. Even so, undergoing the initial steps towards healing can be difficult. Thank you for leaning into this process and exploring some of the ways we may be able to work and move in partnership towards a space of spiritual, emotional, and mental wellness."
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(646) 374-4261
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"***********NOTE: FOR ALL INQUIRIES, PLEASE EMAIL*********** The energy of transition and healing is in the air for a lot of us. Even so, undergoing the initial steps towards healing can be difficult. Thank you for leaning into this process and exploring some of the ways we may be able to work and move in partnership towards a space of spiritual, emotional, and mental wellness."
Susan Jamieson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach to therapy is to create a safe, supportive environment for my clients. We will work together to help improve your emotional well being through analytic work and building healthy coping techniques. We will collaboratively build a unique treatment plans specific to your needs."
Self-Harming
(201) 428-6529
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"My approach to therapy is to create a safe, supportive environment for my clients. We will work together to help improve your emotional well being through analytic work and building healthy coping techniques. We will collaboratively build a unique treatment plans specific to your needs."
Guy Pasculli LCSW PC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Feeling sad, depressed, angry, impulsive? Do you have a lack of interest, or loss of motivation? Is fear and anxiety a driving force behind many decisions? Is drinking or recreational drug use increasing? Are you having conflicts at home or with your employer? Is life not turning out how you expected? Are you experiencing resentments towards most of life's events?"
Self-Harming
(646) 681-7344
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"Feeling sad, depressed, angry, impulsive? Do you have a lack of interest, or loss of motivation? Is fear and anxiety a driving force behind many decisions? Is drinking or recreational drug use increasing? Are you having conflicts at home or with your employer? Is life not turning out how you expected? Are you experiencing resentments towards most of life's events?"
Melissa R Giuttari, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
""Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit." ~B.K.S. Iyengar * * * A healthy mind is just as important as a healthy body and a healthy soul. My goal is to partner with you in looking at your life-story, and identifying and overcoming the blockages to a peaceful way of being. Psychotherapy is a wonderful opportunity to find balance and restore a sense of wholeness and perspective on our purpose in life. I provide a safe, supportive and non-judgmental space in my practice for this to occur."
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(718) 569-8239
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""Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit." ~B.K.S. Iyengar * * * A healthy mind is just as important as a healthy body and a healthy soul. My goal is to partner with you in looking at your life-story, and identifying and overcoming the blockages to a peaceful way of being. Psychotherapy is a wonderful opportunity to find balance and restore a sense of wholeness and perspective on our purpose in life. I provide a safe, supportive and non-judgmental space in my practice for this to occur."

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Self-Harming (Cutting) Therapists
Self-harm (SH) or deliberate self-harm (DSH) is the deliberate infliction of damage to your own body. It includes cutting, burning, scratching, banging or hitting yourself, interfering with wound healing, and the ingestion of toxic substances or objects. While self injury (SI) can look like suicide, it's not; most people who mutilate themselves do it as a way to regulate mood. People who hurt themselves in this way may be motivated by a need to distract themselves from inner turmoil, or to quickly release anxiety that builds due to an inability to express intense emotions.

If you're looking for help with self-harming in 10011 or for someone who self harms, or cuts themselves, or bangs or hits themselves, these 10011 therapists provide counseling for self harming in 10011. They include therapists, who understand self harming in 10011, psychologists and counselors. They can provide self harming counseling in 10011 or treatment for self harming.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in New York 10011 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 10011 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 10011 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 10011 or family therapy in New York 10011.