Haruna Miyamoto-Borg is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the Flatiron District neighborhood of Manhattan. She helps individuals and couples stop repeating destructive and often self-defeating patterns of behavior. She does so by working collaboratively to help people gain deeper understanding of their issues and of the complex factors that underlie such patterns.
Haruna’s style is an integrative approach that includes psychodynamic, cognitive- behavioral, family system, and mindfulness therapy. She works with individuals and couples to help them understand the underlying reasons for their behaviors in the present. This not only increases their understanding of themselves but it will also allows them let go of the familiar but dysfunctional ways of coping with life events. Many of the clients that Haruna works with are navigating such issues as depression, anxiety, trauma, addictions, infidelity, and sexual dysfunctions.
Haruna is also an anger management specialist, and is currently enrolled in postgraduate family and couple training at Ackerman Institute for the family.
Couples counseling - Addressing relationship issues and strengthening communications that harness trust, connection, empathy and affections
Depression - Alleviating feelings of hopeless, pervasive sadness, low energy, sleep disturbance, loss of interests
Anxiety - Identifying and treating anxiety in different settings (social/non-social); providing skills to cope with anxiety and panic disorder
Anger management - Helping to understand what contributes to anger; teaching skills to express and manage anger in a healthier, non-threatening way
Sex therapy & sexual health - Addressing emotional, social, and physical concerns related to sexual intimacy and functioning; identifying issues related to sex such as shame, history of sexual abuse, sexual dysfunction or distancing; providing education around sexuality and sexual connection
Eating disorders - Identifying and reducing unhealthy eating patterns such as restricting, purging, and binging; healing the emotional pain that contributes to the repetitive, distorted behavior
Race & cultural identity - Identifying intersectionality of oneself from the perspectives of race, culture, family, class, religion, education, and history
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Private Practice, 2008 - Present
National Anger Management Association, Anger Management Specialist, 2016
Center for Urban Community Services, 2003 - 2008
Ackerman Institute for the Family Training, 2018
William Alanson White Eating Disorder Certificate Program, 2016
New York University, MSW, 2003
New York: R076452-1