James McGeveran is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Flatiron, Manhattan. He helps clients with challenges related to spirituality, autism, depression, anxiety, creative blocks, and caregiver stress. He is a seasoned therapist with experience working with a diverse range of clients including college students, professionals, couples, individuals in addiction recovery, and artists and performers.
James specializes in exploring the role of spirituality in daily life. He enjoys talking with clients through their concerns around meaning, ethics, and beliefs about themselves and the world. He provides support to individuals questioning their religious upbringing, as well as those who are interested incorporating mindfulness to become more grounded in the present moment.
James is also passionate about supporting individuals on the autism spectrum and their families. He takes a collaborative approach, coordinating with treatment team members, to provide close care through social skills, family interactions, and sensory difficulties.
James is committed to providing a tailored and solution-focused approach, using humor to find the joy in each client's life. His office is conveniently located near the East 23rd Street metro station.