I am a bilingual Spanish-English clinical psychologist working with individuals who experience depression, anxiety and interpersonal difficulties, and who, in many cases struggle with issues related to acculturation, racism and unequal justice.
I hold a Psy.D. in Clinical and Community Psychology from Pace University in New York as well as a Master’s degree in Forensic Psychology. I am a licensed clinical psychologist in my country of origin, Argentina, where I trained in psychoanalytic modes of treatment. Much of my clinical training in New York has been at NYU-Bellevue-where I worked with survivors of torture and trauma, individuals with severe personality disorders and was trained in the use of short-term psychotherapeutic techniques.
I am a board certified adult and child psychiatrist specializing in the treatment of anxiety, mood, attentional and behavioral disorders. I provide initial diagnostic psychiatric evaluation and medication management when indicated.
I take a family-based integrated care approach, working collaboratively with families to identify the individual’s strengths. Additionally, I have clinical and research expertise in anxiety disorders. I have published in the the Journal of American Academy of Dermatology and the Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology. I served as Chief Resident at the Brown University Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship Program.
Master Social Worker, LMSW
Bryana Ziegler, LMSW, is a licensed therapist who holds a Masters degree from New York University. Her training includes trauma informed and integrative psychodynamic approaches. Her goal is to provide a safe space where clients can feel supported to explore their emotions, values, and beliefs. Working across multiple cultures and backgrounds, she has learned to encourage openness and creativity while still using evidence-based therapy. Clinical areas of specialty include: anxiety, depression, trauma, relationships, and sexuality, specifically in the LGBTQ+ community. .
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
With more than 20 years experience, my work is focused on the specific needs of the individual, couple and/or family. Areas of specialization include addiction, mood and personality disorders. I am certified to supervise LMSW students.
Bonnie Moses is a licensed clinical psychologist in Manhattan. She works with adult clients, with a focus on motherhood with and without postpartum concerns.
Hannah Yves Knafo, Ph.D. is a New York State Licensed Clinical Psychologist.Dr. Knafo earned her doctoral degree from The New School for Social Research in New York City and she completed her pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral training at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center.
Dr. Knafo currently works as a clinical psychologist at the Rose F. Kennedy Children’s Evaluation and Rehabilitation Center at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx, NY where she conducts family therapy, individual psychotherapy (with parents), dyadic therapy (parent and child), and play therapy.
Dr. Knafo has a private practice located near Union Square in NYC where she provides individual psychotherapy for adults, as well as family therapy and dyadic therapy for parents and their children.
The director of Gatewell Therapy Center, Dr. Rosenfeld is a psychologist (licensed in Florida, New York, and California), specializing in treating adults and adolescents. Her approach is eclectic, blending CBT, DBT, and relational and psychodynamic techniques. She is intensively trained in DBT and offers virtual DBT skills groups as part of a comprehensive DBT program. Dr. Rosenfeld is a certified group psychotherapist (CGP) and certified eating disorder specialist (CEDS).
**Virtual Services Available**
Maybe you are dealing with the loss of a loved one, or unresolved trauma that is making you feel stuck. Perhaps you are starting a new career or just had a baby. Whatever brings you to therapy, I believe in your potential to grow through your experiences. My approach potentiates your inner resources, your capacity for healing, and your natural leaning for personal growth.
Having a good navigation system is crucial to your therapy journey. When you partner with me, I become your navigation system, and you are the driver. I have advanced training in EMDR, mindfulness, and somatic approaches to psychotherapy, allowing my clients to map out a personalized itinerary to reach their therapeutic goals.
I believe that a positive therapeutic relationship is at the heart of every successful treatment. I provide warm, compassionate care and listen carefully to understand what you are going through and what your goals are. By connecting and learning about who you are as a person, I can then individualize a program that feels meaningful and productive to you.
In my private practice I offer psychoanalytically-oriented psychotherapy in which I strive to create a relationship and process in which it is possible to articulate a narrative of your self and your life that can be experienced as resonant and authentic, towards an alleviation of that which ails you. Your personal, historical, and cultural formation is critical in our exploration of who you are and who you strive to become. The state of being anxious or depressed or melancholic is one we will together attempt to understand as a surfacing of a deep and interior self to be understood and integrated.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
I’m humbled that you’re here beloved.
My name is Ellysa, I’m a Native NYer’ and Latina serving hope, here to be in community, learn and serve my people.
We all come with gifts and treasures. My gift is that I speak my truth, raw and unapologetically. Although I am an “expert” and therapist. I speak in the language of hermana. Sister. I have worked hard to heal, and I continue to lead with vulnerability in hope that I can bridge connection in a world that leaves us feeling not heard, felt or seen.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Laura Impert, LCSW has been practicing for over 25 years in the field with primarily students and adults. She has published in the field on grief and loss. Her belief is that therapy is most helpful when patients can understand the arc and narrative of their lives. Goals for any patient are to build perspective and insight, but also to promote agency and autonomy. Over the course of practice in the field, the value she is most interested in promoting is the capacity to be curious and to reflect. These are life long skills to be treasured. Initially trained as a psychoanalyst, she likes using an integrative approach with all patients, such as cognitive techniques to address negative thinking in addition to talk therapy. She believes some patients especially benefit from finding tools to regulate states of distress and heightened emotional arousal, triggered by anxiety and panic states, and during periods of heightened emotion.
Her work with the college age population focuses on helping students work through the developmental challenges of leaving home. First as a college counselor at Sarah Lawrence College, she sees students in the NYC area in her private practice. In addition to students, she is particularly interested in working with patients as they transition through new life stages, such as entering adulthood, divorce or separation issues, or patients facing illness and death.
Her publications in professional journals on clinical topics include mourning and grief and working with the isolated patient. These articles can be accessed on her website. www.lauraimpert.com
I have a PhD in Clinical Psychology and have been practicing psychotherapy for over 20 years. I currently provide individual and couple's therapy in a private practice setting. I have received specialized training for couple's therapy, drug and alcohol addiction, anxiety and traumatic stress treatment, and dissociation. I take an individualized approach to treatment. I have experience is utilizing aspects of analytic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavioral therapy and use any combination to help my patients find relief and greater well-being. I believe in the benefit of therapy to provide profound change for people's lives.
Audrey Reichman, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist on the Upper West Side of Manhattan whose broad mission is to promote emotional wellbeing in her patients. Dr. Reichman enjoys actively helping children, adolescents and adults to self-reflect and gain insight. She treats all kinds of concerns, including depression, anxiety, loss, life transitions, career, school, relationship and self-esteem difficulties. She has a speciality in helping women through the prenatal and postpartum period.
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, relationship and identity shifts. I work dynamically to support women, couples and families looking to shape healthy relationships and boundaries.