Dr. Litt specializes in the treatment of traumatic stress disorders and substance use. With an experienced, flexible and compassionate approach, she also works with a wide range of individual client needs.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
I am a NY state licensed clinical social worker who specializes in working with individuals with mood disorders, problematic substance use, chronic pain, and life transitions. Through empathic listening and supportive feedback, I utilize a strengths-based approach to create a safe environment that encourages the process of change. I work from a relational framework and work collaboratively with my clients to identify goals for treatment and a pathway to achieve them.
Dr. Goren provides comprehensive diagnostic psychiatric evaluations, initial and ongoing psychopharmacology management, and psycho-dynamic psychotherapy when appropriate.
Dr Ahmed offers telemedicine appointments using a safe video platform. This medium provides flexibility and convenience for both Dr Ahmed and her clients. She believes in integrating many modalities to help people discover their best self, be that meditation, traditional psychotherapy, diverse classes of medications, exercise, nutrition, or work with sleep hygiene. Dr. Ahmed's path has been complicated and challenging, giving her excellent perspective to help others on their own unique journey.
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.
Marriage & Family Therapist, MD, MPH, LMFT
I am intensively trained in couple and family therapy, complex trauma psychotherapy, EMDR, DBT, ACT, mindfulness based therapy.
Working with individuals, couples and families going through life transitions, we address a variety of diagnosis including anxiety, depression, OCD, trauma, self harm, suicidal ideation and behavior. I am knowledgeable and sensitive to cultural diversity, and have a deep understanding of the biological, psychological and environmental aspects of individual conditions.
Psychologist, PhD, MEd, MS
I specialize in treatment of anxiety and mood disorders using patient-centered evidence-based practices. I work with children, adolescents and adults including those struggling with co-morbid medical and mental health diagnoses.
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.
In my practice I strive to create an open, empowering, and creative atmosphere so clients can gain comfort in self-expression. I firmly believe therapy is most effective when there is a collaborative relationship based on trust, curiosity, and growth. Drawing from both science and art, I flexibly and openly provide interventions grounded in research and empirically-supported treatments. I consider myself an integrative therapist with a specialization in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).
I am a psychologist currently serving as the Director of the HealthySteps program at Brookdale Hospital, where I am also the HealthySteps Specialist. This program serves parents and children birth to 5 in the pediatric clinic setting and focuses on promoting parent-child attachment, maternal and paternal mental health, and preventive mental health care. I also maintain a small private practice serving children, adolescents and adults.
Psychologist, Psy.D., ABPP
Nancy Freeman-Carroll is a clinical psychologist-psychoanalyst in private practice in Manhattan. Areas of interest include: Lifespan development for women, transition to motherhood, response to infertility, disclosure of assisted conception, early infant development; general clinical concerns of depression, anxiety, trauma, struggles with self definition, choices in work and relationships. A supervising analyst at the WAWI, Dr. Freeman-Carroll is available for supervision with candidates, graduate students and mental health professionals. Consultations are also available for potential recipient parents of assisted conception, known and anonymous donors, and surrogates. Support for parental anxiety regarding school admissions--from nursery programs to college--is also an area of expertise.
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 am in full time private practice and am also the founder and clinical director of IntrinPsych Woman - a psychological health and wellness center devoted to working with women throughout the lifespan.
I am a licensed clinical psychologist trained to treat mood disorders, life transitional issues, relationship problems and help understand and recognize unhealthy life patterns. Together we work on treating the problem, recognize the effects it has on your life and working toward a different more effective experience.