Provider Directory

Karen Hirschkorn

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, NPP

Karen Hirschkorn, NPP has been practicing as a Pscychiatric Nurse Practitioner since 1996. Karen. provides psychiatric evaluations, psychotherapy to adolescents and adults , couples therapy, family therapy and psychopharmacology management.

Patricia Mendell

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

My life work for over 25 years is helping individuals, couples, and families in life cycle transitions that are challenging such as: marital/relationship conflicts; infertility; miscarriage/pregnancy loss; decision making in family building options; and adjustments to parenthood/parenting. As an experienced clinical social worker with private practices in both Manhattan/Brooklyn. My treatment approach combines, interpersonal and cognitive-behavioral techniques, as well as based upon individual patient needs. She has a supportive and interactive communication style. Her practice is located in Greenwich Village near the Union Square area.

I approach Patricia Mendell is an experienced clinical social worker with private practices in Manhattan/Brooklyn.

Martha Bennett


I am a clinical psychologist licensed in NY, NJ, and CA. I specialize in helping preteens, teens, and adults adapt to life transitions - whether in relationships, at work/school, or changes in family structure. I treat symptoms of anxiety and depression, as well as working to improve the quality of interpersonal relationships. My therapeutic style is supportive, engaged, and collaborative.

Susan R. Gair

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

My style of work is active and collaborative. I respectfully challenge you to self-reflect on your habitual ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving, with the goal of recognizing both the positive and negative consequences on you as an individual and on your relationships. While listening to the content of what you speak about, I am simultaneously paying attention to your dynamics and patterns of thought, tone and body language. Together we find effective additional ways for you to self reflect and make changes.

Maia Miller, PhD


I am a clinical psychologist in private practice on the Upper West Side. I have 16+ years of experience providing psychotherapy to adolescents, adults, and couples. In my experience, the relationship between the patient and the therapist is critical to the success of treatment: Patients need to feel safe, respected, and understood in order to do the work of therapy. I strive to establish a supportive, collaborative, and honest relationship that encourages growth and change.

Dr. Stephanie Freitag

Psychologist, PhD

Hi, I'm Stephanie. I'm a licensed clinical psychologist and adjunct professor at the Emory School of Medicine. I strive to provide a warm and safe space where patients can feel comfortable sharing without fear of judgment. My goal is to help my patients reflect on their values so that they can work towards what it means to be their "best self." I will always focus on treating the symptoms and not the "disorder," in an effort to tailor my approach to the individual. I believe deeply in fighting stigma associated with mental illness and am involved in advocacy and research outside of treating patients. I am well-versed in a variety of evidence-based treatment modalities such as CBT and third wave treatments including ACT, DBT, and MI. However, I tend to integrate psychodynamic theory into case conceptualization, often from an attachment-framework. I have particular clinical and research experience working with survivors of sexual and intimate partner violence.

Linda Turner

Licensed Creative Art Therapist

Art Psychotherapist in Union Sq, NYC, with 20+ years experience working with adults struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, with a particular focus on relationships/attachment struggles; also work with individuals on life and career transitions, as well as blocks to creativity. Trained in IFS, AEDP, ISP, and coaching through CTI.

Claire Hapke

Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD, LMFT

I am a Marriage and Family Therapist with offices in the Village and Brooklyn Heights. I support individuals and couples in their 20s and 30s, and focus on issues related to quarter-life crises.

Alicia Henry

Clinical Social Work/Therapist

Alicia is an experienced psychotherapist and certified grief counselor who works with adults of all ages. Areas of specialty include anxiety, grief/loss, relationships, caregiver support, self-esteem & body image, depression, stress, PTSD, and chronic illness.

Claire Haiman

Psychologist, PsyD

As a clinical psychologist and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, my area of specialty is somatic psychotherapy. In my previous role as Director of Counseling Services at Columbia University’s Irving Medical Center, I created the Postdoctoral Psychology Training Program in University Counseling: Trauma and Somatic Studies that focuses on issues of embodiment and intersectionality in psychotherapy with an eye toward the impact of trauma, whether that be acute trauma, developmental trauma, and/or structural trauma, such as racism, transphobia, and the like. I offer an embodied psychotherapy approach which anchors therapeutic work in awareness of sensation and uses the body as a touchstone in guiding the process.

Carli Blau

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, M.Ed., PMH-C, Ph.D. Candidate

Hi! I'm Carli Blau, a LCSW Psychotherapist, Sex Educator and Ph.D. Candidate in Clinical Sex Therapy and Maternal Mental Health Certified. I work with individuals and couples, and see clients virtually. Clients would describe me as interactive, challenging, yet supportive.

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.

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.

Allyson Cole

Psychologist, PsyD

I specialize in empowering women by developing their self-worth and confidence through individual therapy, group therapy, and specialized retreats. My approach is integrative and I utilize an interactive treatment plan called a LifeMap. I also created and host What It Takes To Heal, a podcast that aims to demystify the therapeutic process.