Dr. Lisa Cohen is a licensed clinical psychologist with offices on the Upper West Side and Union Square/Greenwich Village whom specilaizes in the treatment of Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress, Mood and Eating Disorders. She also focuses on helping people with challenges they face while developing personal and professional identities, negotiating their relationships and adjusting to life transitions. She has been practicing for over 17 years, and works with adults, adolescents and couples using a collaborative and flexible approach. She uses cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), as well as interpersonal, psychodynamic and mindfulness-based approaches, taking into consideration the interrelationship between the mind and body in emotional well-being.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMSW
I offer individual, couples and group therapy to children, adolescents, and adults with a wide range of presenting challenges, including anxiety, depression, impulse control, stress and anger management, parenting, and family conflict. I bring a holistic and integrative approach to therapy, with a main focus on Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Fluent in both English and Spanish, I offer sessions in either language.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Dr. Marni Rosner is a New York City-based licensed psychotherapist, specializing in providing psychotherapy to individuals and couples struggling with anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, loss, and infertility. She believes that anxiety, loss, and trauma are universal experiences that may interfere with our ability to realize our hopes and dreams.
Dr. Rosner received her doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania, and her Master's degree from Columbia University. Her post-graduate education includes psychoanalytic training from the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center (PPSC) as well as training in group therapy at the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society (an affiliate of the American Group Psychotherapy Association). She is the recipient of the University of Pennsylvania’s Dr. Ram Cnaan award.
In addition to private practice, Dr. Rosner provides supervision and consultation to other clinicians, and has been a field supervisor for Columbia University’s School of Social Work, Hunter College’s School of Social Work, and Fordham University’s School of Social Service.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Melissa Gerson, LCSW is the Founder and Clinical Director of Columbus Park, Manhattan's leading outpatient center for the treatment of eating disorders.
In my practice I strive to create an open, empowering, and creative atmosphere so clients can gain comfort in self-expression. I firmly believe therapy is most effective when there is a collaborative relationship based on trust, curiosity, and growth. Drawing from both science and art, I flexibly and openly provide interventions grounded in research and empirically-supported treatments. I consider myself an integrative therapist with a specialization in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).
I am a New York licensed child and young adult psychologist who for over 15 years has worked with individuals struggling with learning, behavioral, or emotional challenges.
I currently work in an independent school for children with language based learning disabilities as the lower and middle school psychologist and I have a private practice on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
Joann Paley Galst, Ph.D. is a psychologist in private practice in New York City specializing in cognitive-behavioral therapy. She also specializes in reproductive health issues including infertility and pregnancy loss.
Dr. Gluck is a physician and board certified psychiatrist with expertise in adult psychopharmacology and psychotherapy. Areas of focus include medication and psychotherapeutic management of depression and other mood disorders, anxiety, personality, eating disorders, as well as problems related to reproduction such as infertility and post-partum depression. She has advanced training in psychodynamic psychotherapy and enjoys working with individuals using a psychoanalytically informed, insight-oriented approach.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
I provide individual psychotherapy and psychoanalysis as well as couples counseling. My clients come to me with diverse issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, relationship problems, work and academic stress, and phase of life issues. I have had training in many forms of psychotherapy--psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral, long and short-term, problem-solving and crisis intervention. In 2016 I completed a 5-year psychoanalytic training program and am a certified psychoanalyst.
Aarti Khullar, PsyD is a licensed clinical psychologist, in private practice in Tribeca and work with the emerging and early adult population in her practice. She orients and grounds herself within a psychodynamic relational framework. She particularly enjoys working with clients struggling and looking to explore issues of identity & culture.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice. My office is located in lower Manhattan on Washington Square. I received my training at Rutgers University (Graduation 2007).
Dr. Marilina Rufino is a licensed Spanish bilingual clinical psychologist in private practice in Soho - Manhattan. She works with children, adolescents and adults, providing individual, dyadic and couples therapy. Dr. Marilina Rufino also offers psychological assessments depending on the referral need and presenting problem.
Cell - 917-392-8547
Insurances Accepted: BCBS, CIGNA (all plans under the Multiplan umbrella), Out of Network.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
I am a psychodynamically trained psychotherapist with many years of post-graduate training. I work with individuals and couples in private practice. I also teach, supervise and am involved in the operation of a training program for mental health practitioners. My clinical practice is informed by an understanding of the impact of early life relationships and unconscious processes. My years of having worked in a private psychiatric hospital has equipped me to work with a diversity of patients.
I work with adults and couples, working analytically but, rather than adhering to one theoretical bent, I rely on whatever will be most helpful. I have worked with many people struggling in relationships or trying to find fulfillment in life. Many have been depressed, angry, stymied, and not understanding why. My goal is to help them find that understanding, and to realize that they have options that can help make their lives easier.
I am a Cigna provider, and I also work on a sliding scale. I have early morning and evening hours, and also work Sundays.