Therapists in Brooklyn

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Experienced mental health professional & psychotherapist for the past 25+ years. Therapy whether individual, couple's or family is a flexible process that focusses on your personal needs and aspirations. If you are suffering with Depression, Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, War Tragedies, Transitions of any kind, Immigration, Assimilation/Integration or if you are a parent or a sibling of someone with special needs, or just wanting to lead a healthier work-life balance then you've come to the right place.
Brooklyn, New York 11209
(347) 809-6136
Sumi Raghavan, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
Psychologist, PhD
“Welcome, and thanks for visiting my profile! I work with adults coping with a wide range of psychological difficulties including depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, adjusting to life transitions, substance abuse, grief and loss, and other challenges. I am especially experienced in working with clients of diverse cultural backgrounds including first generation Americans, and immigrants. As a professor, I am also uniquely aware of some of the challenges of early adulthood and I enjoy working clinically with college students and emerging adults.
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(347) 657-9953
Laurie Mendelsohn, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
Psychologist, PhD
“For many people, one of the hardest parts of therapy is picking up the phone and making the first appointment. I aim to help you over this hurdle by providing you an empathic and accepting environment. I believe the connection between therapist and client is an important part of the healing process and I encourage a collaborative working relationship. Through therapy, I can help you make positive changes in behavior, thinking, and feeling, improve your relationships, and better your sense of self.
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(917) 300-0145
Brian D Malamet, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Everyone goes through periods in their lives when they feel stuck with work and/or love. They can feel overwhelmed about the choices they have to make or feel forsaken by the perceived lack of opportunities. During these stressful times, they often lose their center, their sense of being grounded, and forget about the importance of personal care.
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(718) 569-8716
Debra Laks, Counselor  in Brooklyn
Counselor, MSSA, LMHC
“As a Clinical Career Counselor I will guide you in a deeper exploration of professional goals and career identity. We work collaboratively to assess your strengths, internal barriers, values, work style and development needs in order to formulate a personal definition of success and map out viable strategies for actualizing your goals. I provide a framework to facilitate career decision-making, advancement and change through supportive, solution-focused counseling and assessment. To smooth your career transition, I also offer assistance in resume and cover letter writing, job search management, interview preparation and negotiating/evaluating job offers.
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(646) 600-5134
Babok Medical Health Services,Pc.(Mental Health), Psychiatrist  in Brooklyn
“Dr. Okunlola is double boarded in Adult and Child/Adolescent Psychiatry of about of 25years in practice. I am the former Chairman of Department of Psychiatry at Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn. I have extensive experience in psychopharmacology and psychotherapy and I am committed to providing compassionate, culturally sensitive, and evidence based mental health care that is customized to meet each of my patient's individual needs. An accurate diagnosis provides the foundation for an effective treatment plan - tailored for each individual patient, including medication with/without therapy. Medication management follow-up is to monitor medication response, adjust dosing and assess for possible side effects.
Brooklyn, New York 11212
(718) 715-4706
Catalina Gomez, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
Psychologist, PhD
“My office is a warm, friendly, and professional place where respect and personal dignity are highly valued. I focus on how to make positive and realistic changes one day at a time. I work with you to address the challenges making your life difficult using your strengths to reach your goals as swiftly as possible.
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(347) 334-6846
Nancy Garcia-Ruffin, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
Psychologist, PhD
“Some individuals seek treatment to alleviate distressing symptoms, some seek help because they feel "stuck" or need to find solutions to particular problems, while others seek self-exploration and personal growth. Whatever your reason for seeking psychotherapy, the primary catalyst for change will be working through your issues in a safe, positive, judgment-free environment. My approach to treatment is eclectic, drawing from several orientations taking into account the needs and preferences of each client.
Brooklyn, New York 11232
(347) 497-3736
Daniel J Sullivan, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
Psychologist, PsyD
“Finding the right therapist can be a challenge. I would be glad to speak with you by phone for a free consultation to discuss your needs and explain how therapy works. Many of us live lives that are busy, stressful and often full of responsibility. The symptoms that we experience--be it anxiety, depression, substance abuse, or conflict with loved ones--are often signals to us that something in our approach is not working. What we often find is that when we can build awareness around our choices and reconnect with what's meaningful to us, our distress diminishes.
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(508) 915-4114
Susan Maria Lotto, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
Psychologist, PhD, CASAC
“I am an experienced, compassionate, thorough, and refreshingly straightforward psychologist who believes that all people are special, unique, and deserved to be treated with respect and sensitivity. Yet, I am also quite capable of honest communication that addresses the immediate situation on hand. In fact, I have frequently been characterized as "down to earth."
Brooklyn, New York 11236
(917) 725-2125
Psychiatrist, MD
“Mental illness is one of the heaviest burdens carried by human beings. In whatever country I have traveled to, the faces may have been different but the manifestations were very similar. I have tried to use my God given talents and intelligence to help reduce the weight of this burden in the lives of my patients. To this aim, I pursued training in the field of Addiction Medicine subsequent to a residency in Internal Medicine. I went on to complete a second residency in Psychiatry in order to better address my patients' disabling psychiatric symptoms.
Brooklyn, New York 11220
(347) 696-4308
Kyla E Black, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
“Making the choice to seek and begin therapy is positive and courageous. It's often a valuable step toward resolving the issues that are blocking the pleasure and fulfillment you deserve. Are you feeling depressed or anxious? Poor body image? Do you have concerns about your sexual functioning? Issues with libido? Pain or discomfort with sexual activities? Having relationship difficulties? Struggling with sexual identity, orientation, or gender expression? Any or all of these can impact your overall well being. I aim to support your capacity to grow and change, feel grounded, and to live to your highest possibility!
Brooklyn, New York 11215
(347) 826-5689
Sally Frances, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“In private practice for over 25 years, I love helping people transform their lives. I believe we are capable of growing emotionally and psychologically right up until death--unless something stops us. Sometimes, things happen that are so bad, our energy for developing skills and talents gets diverted. My job, as I see it, is to help unlock the mysteries of how people "got off the track", and help them restart healthy development. In order to alleviate emotional suffering, I continue going to new trainings all the time, to learn more ways of helping my patients.
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(718) 569-8025
Makeda Williams,   in Brooklyn
“With years of experiences as a Mental Health Counselor, I currently serve as a private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients. My areas of expertise include working with severely mentally ill persons, clients with adjustment issues such as relational problems, anxiety, depression that may contribute to mild to moderate impairment in functioning,as well as Adolescent and community based populations. I also work with clients diagnosed with PTSD and Mood disorders.
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(516) 830-4822
Pia Scaglione, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
Psychologist, PsyD
“As a psychologist, my goal is to help you gain insight into your life and choices in order to make positive changes to live your life to its fullest. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. Using insight-oriented therapy, we will explore long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling life. I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(347) 334-3177
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, BCD
“Lois J. Levine,LCSW "Like a bridge over troubled water I will ease your mind." Brooklyn Heights location. Easy access downtown Manhattan. I am very experienced working as analyst and therapist with adults, adolescent and children. I mostly work with anxiety, depression and relationship problems in all ages. I can also help with marital issues, child guidance, career counseling. General help in finding your way. Sliding scale fee.
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(718) 619-8994
Laura Applegate, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“My clients are children, adolescents, adults and parents experiencing life stressors, struggling with relationships, striving for personal growth or seeking change. My work commonly addresses symptoms such as anxiety, depression or general difficulty functioning in one or more areas. I use an eclectic and collaborative style to best serve each client. My highly individualized and integrative approach draws from a variety of techniques depending on specific therapeutic goals and needs. When working with children and adolescents, I find it is important and most effective if I collaborate closely with their parents to support the family system and promote optimal outcomes.
Brooklyn, New York 11238
(929) 226-6627
Jack O Brien, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“During my thirty plus years of practice as a Clinical Social Worker I have come to believe that effective psychotherapy calls for some essential qualities on the part of the therapist. The therapist's openess and acceptance of the patient's particular values, goals and world view enhances the experience of trust and safety in the therapeutic relationship. In addition, the therapy needs to be conducted fully taking into account the patient's innate capacity to help guide the therapist with issues of session content, pacing and the direction of the work. Full collaboration is sought between the therapist and the patient in this framework so that both experience themselves in a full and active partnership. This experience in the therapy, in a parallel fashion, will help inform the patient on how to improve his life and relationships with important others outside the therapeutic relationship.
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(646) 490-0609
William Astwood, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Brooklyn
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD
“I am a Marriage and Family Psychotherapist in private practice in Brooklyn for over thirty years and Director of Family Services at a large, multi-modal, private counseling center in Manhattan. Although continuing to work with individuals, for the last twenty years my continued training and professional focus has been on couples, children, and families as it became increasingly clear that engaging the family group was so much more effective and efficient. This comes not merely from having the additional information, but from being able to mobilize the inherent strength of the family and its' intrinsic, natural movement towards growth.
Brooklyn, New York 11201
(718) 569-8761
Lois Rose, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
Psychologist, PhD
“As a clinical psychologist my goal is to help patients find ways to help themselves be happier and more satisfied with their lives. Many people come to therapy because they are anxious or depressed. They have trouble finding or sustaining meaningful relationships. Sometimes one member of a family is having difficulties and the whole family is suffering. The goal of treatment is to begin to talk openly and honestly about the obstacles in ones life and to think about how to move forward.
Brooklyn, New York 11231
(718) 757-2169

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