Provider Directory

Rachel Parodneck

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I am a licensed clinical social worker trained in CBT with a specialty in treating individuals struggling with addiction and people experiencing infertility. I use an eclectic and collaborative approach to treating each of my unique clients. I incorporate CBT, DBT, psychodynamic, and traditional talk therapy in my treatment.
I was trained at Columbia School of Social Work where I received a Master's of Social Work. I then went on to complete a postgraduate advanced clinical practice certificate program at NYU.
I provide individual sessions as well as groups for adult clients.

Gabriella Giachin

Master Social Worker, LMSW

I use a combination of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and psychodynamic therapy to help my female clients find clarity. Through the use of humor and lightness, I hope to help you feel safe and valued. The space we will build together will bring levity into conversations that might otherwise be difficult to bear. I work with young adult women to navigate life transitions, improve their relationship with their body and improve their body confidence, and support them in finding solace and peace of mind.

Amber Ufford

Psychologist, PhD

I am a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive experience treating children, adolescents, and adults. My specializations include the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, social anxiety, specific phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder, and disruptive behavior disorders. Additionally, I see clients for a variety of life stage difficulties, including parenting, perinatal and postpartum issues, and transitioning to college. My approach to therapy is to collaborate with clients to help them change behavior patterns and build a life in line with their values to improve their overall wellness.

Joann P. Galst

Psychologist, Ph.D.

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.

Ivy Diamond

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

Ivy Diamond, LCSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in women's maternal mental health with a focus on perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, infertility, perinatal bereavement and life transitions. Ivy has a telehealth private practice.

Wendy Perello

Master Social Worker, LMSW

I am licensed in both NY and NJ and offer in person or telehealth sessions. We will work together in a safe and supportive environment utilizing mindfulness, narrative therapy or cognitive behavioral therapy. My approach is compassionate and goal oriented.

I have a particular expertise in career coaching with a special focus on life transitions especially those related to parenthood, aging parents and long-term relationships.

Netta Admoni


I am a psychologist licensed in NY and CT. I work with clients who want to address depression, anxiety, interpersonal/family difficulties, and past traumatic experiences. I aim to support clients in processing past trauma, reducing PTSD symptoms, feeling more empowered in their lives, and connecting to their values. I also work with individuals with OCD and other anxiety disorders.

I also provide neuropsychological and psychoeducational assessment to children (age 8+), adolescents, and adults in order to assess for and diagnose intellectual disability, learning disorders, and Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). I assess for different domains of functioning (i.e., cognitive, academic, language, learning/memory, attention/executive functioning, emotional, behavioral, adaptive) to get a comprehensive picture of one’s functioning and helps collaborate with schools, etc. to find appropriate accommodations for her clients.

Arielle Green

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I am a psychotherapist based on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. I work remotely with individuals, specializing in chronic illness, anxiety, grief and loss, life transitions, women’s issues, healthcare providers and relationship/family conflict.

I received my masters degree from New York University and my undergraduate degree from Lehigh University. My clinical background includes working in a Healthcare setting, focusing on Orthopedic Trauma, end of life care, anxiety, depression & life cycle events.

Alena Gerst

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT

As a licensed psychotherapist and certified yoga instructor, I specialize in integrative health and the mind/body connection.

Elizabeth Baron

Mental Health Counselor, LMHC

Elizabeth specializes in reproductive and perinatal mental health, from preconception to postpartum transitions into and through motherhood including fertility challenges, managing stress, relationships and identity shifts. I work dynamically to support women, couples and families looking to shape healthy relationships and boundaries.

Abbie Elkin

Psychologist, PhD

I've been in private practice since 2003. I specialize in helping people adjust to significant life modifications, such as medical changes, relationship changes, and employment changes. I also focus on anxiety and depressive disorders.
I work with couples, families, adolescents (14-19), individuals and small groups.

Karen Greene

Psychologist, Ph.D.

I have been a psychologist in the state hospital system for many years, working with the severely and persistently mentally ill. I am a graduate of the NYU doctoral program and later completed family therapy training at Ackerman Institute. My particular area of interest in my practice is perinatal issues: postpartum depression, traumatic childbirth, miscarriage and stillbirth.

Madison McCullough

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

My goal as a therapist is to create a supportive environment for those who have been marginalized because of their gender and sexuality. Perhaps you identify as queer, bisexual, lesbian, gay, pansexual, asexual, trans, nonbinary, agender, poly, kinky, something else, everything, and/or nothing at all. You deserve to have a space where you can explore the different parts of yourself without judgment. As a queer person who has sought out my own therapy, I know how difficult it can be to find an affirming therapist. Even if your identity isn’t central to your therapeutic goals, know that every part of you will be affirmed in our work.

Chuck Schaeffer

Psychologist, Ph.D.

I help mothers and fathers tap into their strengths in order to overcome reproductive challenges including insomnia, miscarriage & loss , postpartum anxiety and depression