Provider Directory

Anna Eckhardt

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R

EMDR therapist. Senior Clinical affiliate of EMDR-based Trauma Treatment Center at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies. Certificate recipient of the Integrative Trauma Studies program of the National Institute for the Psychotherapies. Experience using sensorimotor therapy, somatic experiencing and internal family systems theories. Currently receiving advanced training and supervision in EMDR and beginning training in hypnotherapy. Previous experience as an oncology social worker in a small non-profit, a psychiatric social worker in a mental health clinic setting, and using therapeutic play and creative arts in a hospital setting as a child life specialist. SIFI certified.

Andrea Gitter

Art Therapist, MA,LCAT,BC-DMT

I am on the Board and Faculty of Women's Therapy Centre Institute.
I treat individuals, groups and couples. I offer supervision, professional consultation. I specialize in eating and body image issues, psychosomatic conditions, adoption issues, general practice.
Co-author Eating Problems: A Feminist Psychoanalytic Treatment Model (Basic 1994).

Barbara J. Kevorkian

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I am a licensed clinical social worker with experience treating children, adolescents, adults, couples and families from a wide array of backgrounds. I bring a warm, interactive, strength-based approach to therapy. My orientation is primarily psychodynamic but is also informed by my training in family systems theory and cognitive-behavioral approaches.

Lata K. McGinn

Psychologist

Lata K. McGinn, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist and co-founder of Cognitive Behavioral Consultants. She is also a tenured Professor of Psychology, Director of the Doctoral Clinical Program, and Director of the University-based Cognitive Behavior Therapy Training Program for Anxiety and Depressive Disorders at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yeshiva University/Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Dr. McGinn specializes in the cognitive behavioral treatment of anxiety and mood disorders.

Blue Chevigny

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MPH

Blue Chevigny treats young people and adults, both individually and in family and couples therapy, dealing with depression, anxiety, difficulties with socialization, life-transitions, relationship problems, family or parenting conflicts, low self-esteem, LGBTQ issues, a history of trauma, substance abuse concerns, and behavioral problems. In each case I strive to develop a therapeutic relationship in which one's concerns are explored and addressed, creating an opportunity for self-reflection, release of feelings, understanding and development.

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.

Ryan Selzer

Clinical Social Work/Therapist

I am a licensed clinical social worker with a background in couples and family therapy from the Ackerman Institute. In addition to working with couples and families, I also work with adolescents and adult individuals from diverse backgrounds struggling with anxiety, depression, life transitions, relationship difficulties, perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, and postpartum depression. I work in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

Emma Cooper-Serber, LCSW, MPH

Clinical Social Work/Therapist

I am a clinical social worker with over 15 years of experience working directly with adolescents, adults, and families. In addition to my private practice, I work with individuals and families at a busy HIV clinic, serve as an adjunct professor at the NYU Silver School of Social work, and provide workshops on a variety of sexual health issues.

Cora Goldfarb

Psychoanalyst, LP, LCAT

I am a licensed psychoanalyst and a licensed creative arts therapist and I work with adults, adolescents, and children in both the west village and in downtown Brooklyn. Through utilizing relational psychoanalytic psychotherapy, mindfulness, and creative arts therapy techniques my patients work towards increasing their self-esteem, improving their relationships, understanding family conflicts, and accepting themselves for who they are. My specialties include working with women who are struggling with fertility issues, perinatal mood disorders, and the challenges of parenting. In addition I have experience in working with creative people, patients who have a history of trauma, eating disorders, and people who are affected by addiction.

Natalie Gluck

Physician, MD

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.

Susan Park

Physician

Dr. Susan Park is a board-certified psychiatrist who specializes in women's mental health and perinatal psychiatry.

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.

Erica A. Tennenbaum

Psychologist, PhD

Dr. Tennenbaum received her PhD in psychology from Fordham University and completed her internship at Columbia University Medical Center, NY Presbyterian Hospital before entering private practice on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. She has been working with men and women in different areas of psychology for over 10 years. Dr. Tennenbaum has experience working in outpatient mental health clinics, an inpatient psychiatric unit, a psychiatric emergency room, and private practice. Her private practice work ranges from general psychotherapy to her specialties in reproductive health and personality disorders.
Dr. Tennenbaum’s therapeutic approach is integrative and solution focused. Through her psychodynamic as well as dialectical and cognitive behavioral training, she is able to provide clients with a range of treatments.
Dr. Tennenbaum provides individual long and short-term psychotherapy, couples therapy, group therapy, and skills training. She is dedicated to her clients and committed to building a therapeutic relationship that will allow individuals to feel empowered and find acceptance and growth.
During my clinical internship at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University Medical Center, she was trained in Dialectal Behavioral Therapy (DBT). She then focused her post- doctorate hours in a DBT private practice, joining a consultation team of DBT experts. She lead ‘DBT skills groups’ and had individual DBT supervision. She has seen numerous DBT clients in my private practice and helped many of them build a ‘life worth living’ through skills group and intense individual treatment. Clients who find DBT helpful often note how they never realized how powerful accepting reality is and that they are thankful to have appropriate skills to help them cope with their painful emotions and difficult relationships. She currently runs a DBT skills group and see clients individually for DBT informed treatment.
Dr. Tennenbaum specialties include: pregnancy loss, high-risk pregnancy, infertility, baby blues, post-partum depression, depression and anxiety. She also treat people with borderline personality disorder through Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).
Dr. Tennenbaum has presented at prominent conferences across the country and has been published in journals and books.

Nell Percy Manning

Psychologist, Ph.D

Hello! My name is Nell and I use a blend of humor, curiosity and collaborative problem-solving in my work with children, adolescents, and adults providing therapy and comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations.