53 Bridge Street, Brooklyn, NY, 11201
Therapy is a unique, complex endeavor. That’s because all individuals engaging in it—therapists and clients, alike—are precisely those two things: unique and complex. I stay mindful of these things by embracing curiosity and acceptance, and suspending, to the greatest extent possible, judgments and biases. I relish the challenge of making sense of our messy, confounding selves and experiences; of loosening the tangled knots of our intersecting identities; and of easing the pressures we absorb from external, powerful forces. I look forward to figuring out with you the adjustments that can be made to support you in reaching your goals. It would be my privilege to be there as you uncover the internal resources needed to aid you in realizing your full potential.
215 West 88th Street, New York, NY, 10024
I'm a caring and direct psychologist with a speciality in sleep disorders. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) to help you to get the sleep your body needs. CBT-I is a rapid and effective treatment. In fact, 85% of CBT-I clients will increase their sleep by at least 1 hour with as little as 4-8 sessions. Stop letting your worries or your medications dictate your sleep. Let's work together so you can reclaim ownership of your sleep.
I also offer treatments for the issues underlying sleep disturbance including depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction and other mind/body health challenges. I use compassion and support to help you understand your problems, and I provide concrete coping skills and evidence based tools to help you manage these problems outside of sessions.
New York, NY, 10001
We are all complicated and our lives and stories make us who we are today. I believe that being in therapy is a chance to look at ourselves and adjust how we approach opportunities and explore what is getting in the way of our success and gratification. I am a psychiatrist who prefers to work with patients more frequently and more deeply than just prescribing medications. When people ask me what I specialize in I try and explain that my speciality as a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst is my approach. The technique is to work together and explore what brings you to treatment and then as our relationship develops, it is possible the goals will change, the so called diagnosis may shift, and we may move in a new direction. It is a dynamic process and we both must remain open and curious. The approach of looking deeper can help with more than just having less symptoms, it enables real personality, behavior, and life changes. I have a particular interest in couples therapy. I offer telepsychiatry at flexible times.
20 West 34th Street, New York, NY, 10001
My work as a coach has been informed by my practice as a therapist. Too frequently my clients came to me with regrets about decisions they made early in life. I want to help you make choices and changes now that reflect your core values, so that when you look back, you realize you've lived a life full of joy, authenticity and deep satisfaction.
333 Hudson Street, New York, NY, 10013
My approach is warm and thoughtful, and never rushed. I believe the best treatments allow free and relaxed expression, while staying focused. I provide an environment that is safe and free of judgment, to let you express your most troubling concerns.
I know it can be difficult to come into a new space and talk about the challenges you’re facing, but you don’t need to face them alone. Together, we can begin to understand and change those things that keep you from feeling your best and help you thrive once again.
New York, NY, 10003
I believe a good therapeutic relationship is an essential component of any type of therapy experience. I've been told I'm non-judgmental and easy to talk to. I have a good sense of humor. It takes a lot of courage to begin with a therapist. I honor that and will help you identify your inner strengths and resources that have helped you thus far, and offer you new tools and strategies to experiment with as we work together to transform your life into one filled with joy and purpose.
New York, NY, 10001
Hello and welcome. Thank you for visiting my profile. I appreciate how difficult it is to seek therapy and ask for help. I'm Mona Browne, a New York-licensed mental health counselor and online therapist in New York and Florida. I offer online video counseling for adults dealing with anxiety, depression, emotional distress, relationship issues, parenting concerns and difficult life transitions. Online therapy offers the help you need, when and where it works for you. From the comfort of your own home or any other private space, our work together can help relieve suffering while you find and realize a new life rhythm. I look forward to working with you using this contemporary mode of healing. *Online therapy is only available to New York and Florida state residents to comply with regulatory, licensure and practice requirements.
New York, NY, 11201
Do you like being in a codependent relationship with your therapist for years? How about taking ever increasing doses of medication with little effect? Would you like to have a functional relationship with an experienced health care provider who can treat you completely (body, mind, and spirit)? Someone who you can ask about caring for your aging parent with dementia to helping you explore your kinkiest fetish? This is a participatory integrative care practice for those who value results.
125 East 23rd Street, New York, NY, 10010
Looking for a therapist, and particularly a queer and trans affirming therapist, can be a difficult and often complex process. We want someone who will understand our needs and our background, help us grow and develop new skills, and who will support us in making sense of something that remains unsettling, perhaps years after a trauma or thought pattern first emerged. As an art therapist, I work verbally with clients as well as by incorporating multimodal creative art therapy approaches. Weekly therapy can unveil new understanding about behavioral and relational patterns, trust, intimacy, creative blocks, and past trauma. Collaboratively, in a safe therapeutic relationship, we can identify goals and find more manageable ways to cope. While the focus of my practice and orientation is gender affirming and non-pathologizing with regards to queer and transgender issues, I welcome individuals of all gender identities and orientations.