Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
F. Diane Barth, LCSW is in private practice in New York City where she also works runs private study and supervision groups. Her writing has been published in numerous journals and chapters in books. She writes a blog for Psychology Today. Her most recent books areIntegrative Clinical Social Work Practice (Springer, 2014) and I Know How You Feel: The joy and heartbreak of friendship in women’s lives (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2018).
Dr. Elana Dumont is a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in Forest Hills, NY. Dr. Dumont provides evidenced-based therapy to women and families throughout pregnancy and postpartum, exploring feelings related to childbirth, managing personal and societal expectations, and developing coping skills when adjusting to the new role of motherhood. Dr. Dumont also works as the school psychologist at an independent school in Manhattan and specializes in working with children and families with anxiety, mood, and behavioral disorders as well.
Ilyse Dobrow DiMarco, Ph.D. is a NJ and NY State licensed clinical psychologist and writerspecializing in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for anxiety and stress, with a sub-specialty in working with mothers of young children. She is the Founder/Director of the North Jersey Center for Anxiety and Stress Management in Summit, NJ and a Diplomate of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. She is the author of Mom Brain: Proven Strategies to Fight the Anxiety, Guilt, and Overwhelming Emotions of Motherhood--And Relax Into Your New Self, to be published by Guilford Press in 2021.
Adult psychiatrist who completed training at University of California, San Diego. Available for new intakes for patients 18yo and up, all diagnoses. Expertise in substance abuse and women's mental health (incl. post partum conditions). Fluent in Spanish. Warm, compassionate approach. I greatly enjoy collaborating with therapists to optimize an individual's treatment.
I work with adult women to address issues of anxiety, maternal mental health, parenting concerns, relationship distress, career-related transitions, and perfectionism. I integrate a warm, compassionate stance with evidence-based cognitive behavioral strategies to help women develop the insight, information, and skills needed to overcome mood-related challenges and to cultivate resilience.
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.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Carol Bloom LCSW, PC is a psychotherapist in private practice in the West Village. She is also co-founder of The Women's Therapy Centre Institute where she is on the board, faculty and is a supervisor. She has expertise in eating and body based symptoms as well as analytically oriented psychodynamic and relational treatment. She is co- author of Eating Problems and numerous articles pertaining to Women's psychological issues.
I respect the courage that it takes to enter into therapy, as well as the feelings of accomplishment and vulnerability that can arise. Our work will be non-judgmental, active and collaborative. In our sessions, we will work to pinpoint goals, to name, understand, accept, and weather the emotions you experience, to recognize those values that are most meaningful to you, to identify and implement adaptive ways of addressing concerns, achieving goals, and navigating life transitions, and to understand the influence of past experience on present ways of thinking and relating to others.
Dr. Arielle Freedberg is a Clinical Psychologist, working in private practice at MindWell Psychology NYC. Dr. Freedberg specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness approaches for perinatal mood difficulties and fertility challenges. She also treats individuals experiencing depression, generalized and social anxiety, difficulties regulating emotions, disordered eating behavior, and difficulties managing life transitions. In addition, Dr. Freedberg helps individuals navigate identity conflict in general and as it relates to sexual orientation, values clarification, chronic health problems, and relationship and interpersonal difficulties. Dr. Freedberg is an LGBT affirmative psychologist.
Master Social Worker, LMSW
Currently accepting new clients. I am trained in Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP), which has roots in and resonances with many disciplines, including attachment theory, the neuroscience of feelings and body-focused approaches. It seeks to undo your aloneness and foster new and healing experiences through in-depth processing of difficult emotional and relational experiences.
Clinical psychologist specializing in women's issues across the lifespan. Specific areas of expertise include depressive disorders, perinatal mood disorders, parenting, adjustment difficulties, bereavement, fertility issues, and challenges related to college or graduate school.
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.
I specialize in treating college age and young adults, helping them navigate challenges during difficult years of transition. When working with younger children, I ensure that there is time for a child to speak freely, and involve parents at the appropriate time. I help families to foster healthy relationships and productive communication patterns. To promote comprehensive care, I collaborate with other therapists and medical providers so everyone is working toward the same goal. In addition to a full range of cognitive behavior therapy and strength-based therapies, I offer medication management and a path toward healing. I guide patients toward the life they want to live, effectively coping with circumstances and living a more satisfying life.
Mental Health Counselor, LMHC
Kristen Scarlett, LMHC integrates wellness techniques and research based cognitive behavioral therapy skills to help patients find balance, calm and stability. She has been trained by the Center of Mind Body Medicine and the Beck Institute. She has over 20 years of experience in the field and specializes in treating adults adults with anxiety, depression, OCD and post partum depression.