Provider Directory

Caroline Dunlop

Psychologist, Psy.D.

Dr. Dunlop has a particular interest in treating the unique psychological needs of women, including reproductive-related mood disorders, postpartum depression and anxiety, work-family balance issues, and relationship struggles.

Jacqueline Lefkowitz

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-R

Dr. Lefkowitz is a psychotherapist with 25 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families coping with a variety of life stressors, namely, life transitions, relationship issues, aging, chronic illness and grief and bereavement. She has worked extensively with children, adolescents and adults of all ages. She employs a psychodynamic approach, but combines it with cognitive-behavioral and other modalities when necessary.

Jennifer Wallach

Psychologist, Ph.D., M.P.H.

As a clinical psychologist, I assist clients to address issues that are difficult to confront alone. I encourage self-reflection, help clients gain a clearer understanding of their life experiences and bring awareness to patterns of relating that are interfering with living a satisfying life.

Anne F. Malave

Psychologist

I am a clinical psychologist-psychoanalyst in private practice with a full-time office (Monday-Thursday) in New York City (Carnegie Hall area, Midtown, 10019) and a part-time practice (Fridays) in Millerton, NY (Upper Dutchess County, 12546). My main focus is on providing psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and small groups in both short-term and long-term treatments. I work with all the general areas of difficulty such as anxiety, depression and relationship difficulties. My main area if interest, however, is in family building, including (in)fertility, adoption, and third party reproduction. I also have expertise in the areas of eating disorders, compulsions, and addictions. My treatment orientation is interpersonal/relational as well as pragmatic and practical.

Sofia DiSanti

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I am a psychodynamically trained clinical social worker and psychotherapist working with adults and adolescents with anxiety, depression and eating disorders.

Meg Spinelli

Psychiatrist, MD

Dr. Margaret Spinelli is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University and a former Research Psychiatrist at the New York State Psychiatric Institute. Dr. Spinelli is the co-Founder and Former Director of the Women’s Program in Psychiatry at Columbia University and the recipient of research awards from the National Institutes of Mental Health to adapt Interpersonal Psychotherapy to depression and pregnancy. She has an expertise in several psychotherapy modalities including psychodynamic, Transference focused, interpersonal and supportive psychotherapies. Dr. Spinelli’s clinical, teaching, research activities and publications have focused on psychiatric disorders during pregnancy and the postpartum periods.

Peggy Loo

Limited Licensed Psychologist, Ph.D.

Dr. Peggy Loo is a postdoctoral fellow at Cognitive Therapy for Women Psychological Services. Dr. Loo is committed to working with women through a hands-on, present-focused, and affirmative way on issues of mood, trauma, and relationships using CBT.

Nancy Kaufman

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LP

I have been a practicing Psychoanalyst for over 25 years with a particular interest in helping people find something life partners and create families. I specialize in working with people who are pursuing donor assisted reproduction toward that end.

Melissa L. Greenberg

Psychologist, PsyD

My style as a psychotherapist is supportive, empathic, and nonjudgmental. I have worked with adults and older adolescents who struggle with relationship issues, overwhelming emotions, challenging life circumstances, and difficult transitions. I work to help people better understand their areas of struggle and how they can use their strengths to cope with and overcome challenges. My goal is to help the people I work with achieve meaningful and lasting change that improves the quality of their lives.

Katie Brandi

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I work together with my patients to identify what is getting between them and their most vibrant lives, meaningful relationships, and substantive work. Examining perceptions and relationship patterns, many of which have been in place for years, can help people to understand what isn't working for them and lead to insight and growth.

Lisa Kamenir

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

LISA KAMENIR, LCSW, is a licensed psychotherapist and relationship expert, with post graduate training in psychodynamic psychotherapy. Her approach is proactive and solution based.

Stephanie Newman

Psychologist

Dr. Stephanie Newman is a psychologist/ psychoanalyst and author who has practiced in New York City for over 2 decades.

Dr. Newman counsels individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, health and workplace concerns, and works with families and couples on issues relating to parenting and divorce. She is also a Visiting Scholar/Clinical Supervisor at Columbia University.

Erin Finnerty

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I am a psychotherapist practicing in downtown Brooklyn, where I see adults and adolescents for a range of issues including anxiety, depression, life transitions, parenting, and self-esteem. I have training in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, and I offer outdoor walking therapy sessions.

Merav Gur

Psychologist, Ph.D.

Dr. Gur is a clinical psychologist in the Grand Central area, a former supervisor/adjunct professor at Columbia University, Teachers College Clinical Psychology Ph.D program. Dr. Gur has extensive experience providing psychotherapy and integrating various treatment modalities (psychodynamic, CBT, ACT, IPT). Dr. Gur specializes in treating worry & anxiety (including panic, social), depression, low self worth, attachment/relationship issues, perinatal depression/anxiety, and in adjustment to parenting. Dr. Gur provides psychotherapy to those who are dissatisfied with their interpersonal relationships or with their career and who aspire to lead a more meaningful life. Psychotherapy leads to greater self-knowledge, to making healthier life choices, to improving relationships and to greater self acceptance and confidence. Ineffective coping are replaced by healthier ones.