Therapists Specializing in Career Counseling in New York

Find vetted career counselors in NYC below. Visit their profiles to watch an introductory video or book a free initial call to find a good fit!


Kim  Grevler

Kim Grevler

New York, NY, 10001

Out-of-pocket-fees: $115 per session

I work with the everyday woman who is self doubting and uncomfortable to move forward by being, well... selfish. You might be experiencing self-doubt, anxiety at work or in your relationships, difficulty finding happiness and satisfaction, and more. Perhaps you compare yourself to others and feel the emotional effects of our 'open-book' lifestyle on social media. You have goals and you are afraid to try accomplish them. You may have interpersonal conflicts that leave your feeling stuck, misunderstood or taken advantage of.

You have trouble saying no. You tolerate inappropriate behavior from others. You blame yourself for other people's inappropriate behavior towards you. You take on responsibility for other people's issues and find yourself putting forth your time and energy when it is not beneficial to you nor reciprocated. You are motivated to make a change.


Lenore   Migdal

Lenore Migdal

838 West End Avenue, New York, NY, 10025

Out-of-pocket-fees: $10 - $300 per session

Fear or trepidation often holds people back from doing what they need to do to take the essential journey for themselves, for their growth and well being. In my years of being a psychologist, I have been blessed with seeing amazing growth and beautiful changes in the people I have worked with. So, be brave. Take the step. Make the phone call. You will, in the end, be happy that you have done this for yourself.  


David Kelly Gwin

David Kelly Gwin

280 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, 10016

Out-of-pocket-fees: $250 per session

I am an interactive psychotherapist with advanced experience in Couples Therapy, Cognitive Therapy and Modern Psychodynamic Therapy. I help individuals and couples suffering from symptoms of depression, anxiety or problems in their relationships. Often clients come to me feeling stuck or confused about relationships and careers that keep them from engaging more fully in life. I help them to understand the problems, remove the obstacles, and live a life more in tune with their true nature. Having grown up in a family of therapists and worked through many of my own similar issues, I know personally and professionally the vast rewards of good therapy.
I work eclectically on relieving symptoms of depression and anxiety while assisting my clients in clearly understanding their own way of thinking, feeling, and behaving. At times I will use a more cognitive approach and other times a more psychodynamic approach. The orientation depends upon the client's specific needs.
I offer a safe, warm, friendly environment where we can communicate openly with one another and work on the issues at hand; it is a healthy and informative process where clients find that not only the relationship with themselves improve, but also those with others.


James  Benton

James Benton

369 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY, 10016

Out-of-pocket-fees: $200 - $300 per session

We all experience situations we cannot control, behaviors that are hard to change, and intense emotions. These can be triggers for behaviors (e.g., substance use, isolation, conflict) that reduce our ability to function effectively. This interferes with our ability to engage with what we care about such as family, friends, work, and self-care. As a result we become stuck in a cycle of negative behavior that makes it harder and harder to achieve what we want in life. I work with clients in a supportive, non-judgmental manner to explore the triggers (thoughts, emotions, memories, physical pain) for these behaviors and develop willingness to commit to actions that are consistent with your values and personal goals.


Ryan  Sultan

Ryan Sultan

900 Broadway, New York, NY, 10003

Out-of-pocket-fees: $450 per session

Reaching out to see a therapist for the first time can be intimidating. Many patients and families have fears about what seeing a psychiatrist or therapist will entail. We may worry about being judged or pushed into treatments we're not comfortable with. These concerns are often a barrier for people seeking treatment. Dr. Sultan is aware of these roadblocks, and labors to create a safe and welcoming environment for his patients.

There are many treatments available, and Dr. Sultan is experienced in a wide range of them, including psychoanalysis, cognitive behavior therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, family therapy, supportive treatment, and psychopharmacology. Each of these treatments has advantages and disadvantages, and while this might seem overwhelming to newcomers, Dr. Sultan believes in working with patients to create the most comfortable and effective treatment for each individual. His extensive experience with a diverse range of patients with varied symptoms, severities, and conditions allows him to be an excellent resource for customizing the right treatment for each of his patients.

Dr. Sultan endeavors to inform his patients how their individualized treatments are right for them. By developing a collaborative plan, he believes patients and families will be empowered to succeed over the long term.


Sarah  Gundle

Sarah Gundle

450 West 24th Street, New York, NY, 10011

Out-of-pocket-fees: $225 per session

I believe in collaboration and in change. My approach to treating individuals combines cognitive behavioral therapy methods with stress reduction, mindfulness, and problem-solving approaches. Psychotherapy is ultimately about living a fuller, more meaningful life and I believe I can help you achieve this. There are many triggers we all face: relationship problems, identity issues, loss or trauma, perfectionism, problems setting or maintaining goals, life transitions, or just a general sense that something is wrong. I am interactive and direct in challenging dysfunctional patterns that are getting in the way of leading the life you want. I will work collaboratively with you to develop an individual plan of action, building on strengths, to bring balance, meaning, and ease into your life.
I have been extensively trained in psychodynamic, CBT, mindfulness, and Interpersonal techniques, and I tailor each person's treatment to their individual needs, providing a comprehensive and specific treatment plan for each person.
I provide psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families. In addition, I run four groups in my practice.
In the past, I worked internationally for the UN and in the field of human rights. I have continued my international human rights work through Physicians for Human Rights, the Global Psychosocial Network, and the Mount Sinai Human rights clinic. I feel that my continued international work adds a layer of complexity and depth to my clinical work that my patients appreciate.


A-NU Therapy Group

A-NU Therapy Group

115 Broadway, New York, NY, 10006

515 Madison Avenue, New York, NY, 10022

Out-of-pocket-fees: $250 per session

A-NU Therapy Group is a small clinic with a focus on the integration of emotional and physical health.

The clinicians at A-NU Therapy Group provide specialized service for individuals, families, and couples who are looking to find relief from emotional pain, improve self esteem, and resolve relationship conflicts.


Todd  Kray

Todd Kray

220 5th Avenue, New York, NY, 10001

Out-of-pocket-fees: $200 - $250 per session

I think that people who seek and and utilize psychotherapy are willing, courageous, open to new perspectives and looking to better their lives, even if they aren't consciously thinking about any of that when they first reach out to a psychotherapist. I have seen the positive impact that psychotherapy can have on the way we feel and manage our lives, and the strength that can build as a result of seeing ourselves change and make progress.

I have nearly 20 years experience working with people who are looking to make changes in their lives, utilizing a variety of modalities at a pace that suit an individual's needs. For me, being a part of person's life and assisting with their struggles and challenges is a privilege. Related to that, I greatly enjoy working with couples to improve their communication and to help reduce the severity of emotional and behavioral difficulties in their relationships.

Although I now work solely in private practice, I also have an extensive background in treating people with chronic pain and illness in inpatient hospital settings (both psychiatric and medical) and outpatient clinics. This has allowed me to have further insight and technique into the many ways that we struggle and sometimes suffer with anxiety, depression, and other symptoms.

While my clinical training and life experience is central to the work I do as a psychologist, I also have an extensive background in the arts. Consequently, I enjoy providing supportive and solution-focused therapies to cope with creative, professional, and personal pressures for those who make (or are trying to make) a living in the creative arts.

If you would like to know more and talk about the possibility of working together, please reach out. Thank you!


Orly  Bentata-Goldenberg

Orly Bentata-Goldenberg

New York, NY, 10010

Insurances: United Healthcare, FIT Student Health Insurance (United Healthcare), Oscar Health, Oxford Health Plans, United Healthcare Student Health Plan, New School Student Insurance (United Healthcare Student Resources)
Out-of-pocket-fees: $125 - $175 per session

Entering the counseling field has been one of the most empowering decisions of my life. I love what I do, and enjoy every moment of it.

I believe that all individuals deserve respect and dignity, and to have their cultural values and special needs considered. The most important thing between me and you on your therapeutic journey is our rapport, being able to openly communicate without judgement is key to your empowerment and transformation. I look forward learning more about where you are on your journey, and how we can work together to get you to where you'd like to be.


Alisa  Rosenberg

Alisa Rosenberg

312 West 91st Street, New York, NY, 10024

Out-of-pocket-fees: $250 - $275 per session

While I am an evidence-based trained clinical psychologist, I am unique because I integrate these traditional approaches to treatment with the metaphysical, spiritual, and nonconventional ideas I feel so drawn to as a person. My approach is strongly spirit and energy based, using metaphors, visualizations, and paying attention to intentions, emotions, and intuition as paramount in self-discovery, and in moving through one’s life path. I believe clients who are drawn to me are an energetic “match” and that we will have something to offer each other in the way of personal development. In that, I am genuinely looking forward to beginning our therapy connection.


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