I provide effective CBT and talk therapy for anxiety and other issues. I tailor the work to help you get relief from current symptoms, but also to shift underlying patterns and create lasting change.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, Lic. Psychoanalyst
Julie Spitzer, LCSW, Licensed Psychoanalyst
333 West 57th Street, Suite 1-C
New York, NY 10019
Contact Info: 212-245-0533
Modalities: individual, group & couple's adult psychotherapy. Supervision provided to licensed psychotherapists in individual & group formats. I am an out of network private practitioner serving the tristate area and the LGBTQ Community for over 30 years.
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.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Psychotherapist specializing in CBT, DBT, and psychodynamic techniques to help individuals and couples manage symptoms relating to mood disorders, grief and loss issues, substance use, relationships and life transitions. With a recent certification in maternal mental health treatment and perinatal counseling she has founded The Root Therapy NYC which looks to bring wrap-around services to couples transitioning into families.
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.
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
Psychoanalyst, MA, LP, CGP-Certified Group
Certified Group Psychotherapist (American Group Psychotherapy Assn)
Director of Academic Training, The Center for Group Studies
Group and individual supervision
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
JANE HAMMERSLOUGH, LMFT is a licensed psychotherapist, marriage and family therapist and author with a practice based in Brooklyn Heights and lower Manhattan. Areas of expertise include processing trauma, relationship issues, and life transitions.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Private Practice – Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Couples, Career (middle management career advancement groups)
Matrimonial Mediation Services
Dr. Meredith Singer is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Brooklyn and SOHO, specializing in parent/infant work, women's mental health, anxiety and posttraumatic stress disorders, and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Lucia Vail, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist with offices in midtown Manhattan and Brooklyn, New York. Dr. Vail practices individual, couple and group psychotherapy with adults. She has been in private practice since 2005. With extensive experience and advanced training in both the cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic traditions, Dr. Vail specializes in helping individuals who struggle in relationships, including those whose relationships tend to be stormy, those who feel lonely or isolated, and those who too often feel frustrated and disappointed by their interactions with others, including in past experiences of psychotherapy. They may have histories of trauma or other early life stress, and may feel anxious and depressed.
Clinical Psychologist in private practice. Offices located on Manhattan's Upper East Side, and in New Rochelle, NY.
Dr. Tennenbaum received her PhD in psychology from Fordham University and completed her internship at Columbia University Medical Center, NY Presbyterian Hospital before entering private practice on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. She has been working with men and women in different areas of psychology for over 10 years. Dr. Tennenbaum has experience working in outpatient mental health clinics, an inpatient psychiatric unit, a psychiatric emergency room, and private practice. Her private practice work ranges from general psychotherapy to her specialties in reproductive health and personality disorders.
Dr. Tennenbaum’s therapeutic approach is integrative and solution focused. Through her psychodynamic as well as dialectical and cognitive behavioral training, she is able to provide clients with a range of treatments.
Dr. Tennenbaum provides individual long and short-term psychotherapy, couples therapy, group therapy, and skills training. She is dedicated to her clients and committed to building a therapeutic relationship that will allow individuals to feel empowered and find acceptance and growth.
During my clinical internship at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University Medical Center, she was trained in Dialectal Behavioral Therapy (DBT). She then focused her post- doctorate hours in a DBT private practice, joining a consultation team of DBT experts. She lead ‘DBT skills groups’ and had individual DBT supervision. She has seen numerous DBT clients in my private practice and helped many of them build a ‘life worth living’ through skills group and intense individual treatment. Clients who find DBT helpful often note how they never realized how powerful accepting reality is and that they are thankful to have appropriate skills to help them cope with their painful emotions and difficult relationships. She currently runs a DBT skills group and see clients individually for DBT informed treatment.
Dr. Tennenbaum specialties include: pregnancy loss, high-risk pregnancy, infertility, baby blues, post-partum depression, depression and anxiety. She also treat people with borderline personality disorder through Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).
Dr. Tennenbaum has presented at prominent conferences across the country and has been published in journals and books.
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.