In-person sessions are available to those who are fully vaccinated.
In the course of her career, Sandy has helped people from all walks of life overcome a wide range of problems. She addresses concrete challenges such as serious health or work-related issues. Sandy also has extensive experience treating mental health issues such as low self-esteem and its effect on relationships and career, as well as anxiety and depression.
Sandy has been practicing in Northern Westchester for over 30 years. Since the pandemic, she has been offering telehealth sessions. Her therapeutic approach is integrative; helping the client develop insights while practicing the desired change with concrete strategies that can be learned and practiced. Sandy’s down to earth style is relaxed, pragmatic, and helps you look for the humor and the good that exists in your life. She also is a firm believer in the importance of taking good care of yourself. Like exercise, self-care techniques can be learned and practiced; and like exercise - the more you do it, the better you get at it!
Relationships - Significant relationships are complex and require a deep understanding of each person’s role in any interaction. The work is to learn how to communicate effectively, building a constructive and trusting connection.
Women’s health - Emotional effects of pregnancy, miscarriage, postpartum depression or coping with an illness like breast cancer. Approaching the illness in a positive, pro-active manner minimizes its negative effect and sense of shame, and increases one’s sense of mastery and well-being.
Child mental health/Parenting - Utilizing both play therapy and parent guidance as a treatment model, I address common childhood disorders including separation anxiety, sleep issues, behavioral problems, attention disorders and learning problems.
Chronic illness - In addressing one of life’s greatest challenges, one learns how to Not be defined by the illness; instead realistically and proactively address the reality of the disease. This allows for a ‘new normal’ - finding the good in one’s life.
Tinnitus retraining - Habituation to tinnitus so that tinnitus no longer controls your life.
Bereavement - Allowing oneself to mourn the loss of a loved one, facilitates the ability to come to terms with it. Expertise in complicated bereavement including untimely loss of a spouse or parent; loss of a child; child’s loss of a parent or sibling.
Career counseling - Choosing a job, career, or second career that plays to one’s strengths and interests; developing strategies to deal effectively with work-place conflicts, stress or job loss.
Sandy Kellogg is not in-network with any insurances.
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Frequency of sessions this provider offers to see clients once you are an established client.
Westchester Jewish Community Services
Reader’s Digest, EAP provider
UJA sponsored initiatives, Consultant to Westchester synagogues
University of Connecticut, MSW
Albany University, BA
New York: R019469-1