Dr. Miller is a psychodynamically oriented psychologist with nearly 20 years of experience working with adults coping with depression, self-esteem issues, difficult life transitions and loss.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW-R
Dr. Lefkowitz is a psychotherapist with 25 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families coping with a variety of life stressors, namely, life transitions, relationship issues, aging, chronic illness and grief and bereavement. She has worked extensively with children, adolescents and adults of all ages. She employs a psychodynamic approach, but combines it with cognitive-behavioral and other modalities when necessary.
Master Social Worker, LMSW, RYT
I work with adolescents and young adults affected by a variety of mental health concern, including: anxiety and depression; managing stress and anger; low self-worth a sense of disconnection from the Self and others; interpersonal relationships; coping with life transitions; and navigating the Spiritual Path of awakening. I believe my role as a therapist is to evoke the Witness that lives within each and every one of us that allows us to stand back and observe our thoughts, feelings, and sensations – even in the midst of having them - without discrimination or judgment. It allows us to recognize what our imbalances are, and then how to work with these imbalances.
Prior to joining Cobb Psychotherapy, I had experience working with adolescent girls and women living with chronic disabilities, both congenital and acquired in nature. Here, I founded a support group for women living with Invisible, or otherwise "hidden," disabilities such as fibryomyalgia, lupus, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, and chronic pain.
Additionally, I am a registered yoga teacher whose style is informed by Vinyassa, Iyengar, and Kundalini. Please contact me for more information on incorporating yogic principles into daily wellbeing - I feel strongly that our contemporary Western society can cultivate an intelligent union between yoga and psychology.
I am a Clinical Fellow at Cognitive Therapy for Women Psychological Services. I am interested in women's mental health and neuropsychology.
Dr. Alexandra Sacks is a Reproductive Psychiatrist in private practice in New York City who trained at The New York Presbyterian Hospital / Weill Cornell Medical Center in their Women's Program. She has specialty fellowship training from The New York Presbyterian-Columbia Women’s Program and The Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research. She has won numerous awards, lectures regularly and has published widely including her 2017 NYT article The Birth of a Mother.
Dr. Terri Bacow is a psychologist in Manhattan, NY. She specializes in treating anxiety, depression, and eating disorders, as well as in working with college students and parents (including new mothers). She is an expert in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, NCSP
I am a dual certified school psychologist/licensed clinical social worker working in a private school in NYC.
Master Social Worker, LMSW
I am a Licensed Master Social Worker who specializes in treating anxiety, depression, trauma, self-esteem issues, and relationship conflicts. I help my clients identify troubling thoughts, emotions, and behavioral patterns with the goal of shifting to healthier and more adaptive perspective and decision making. I work with an eclectic, integrative approach and base my practice techniques on the unique needs of the individual, as psychotherapy is not based upon a "one size fits all" approach. I pay close attention to the relationships within a client's life, and incorporate techniques from both cognitive-behavioral therapy and psychodynamic therapy. I provide tools on how to effectively alter maladaptive thoughts and behaviors, while also taking into consideration the individual's history and past experiences.
Trained in the tradition of psychodynamic psychotherapy, I spent many years initially treating patients with severe and persistent psychiatric disorders and eventually teaching and supervising in the residency and psychology internship programs at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. After some additional years doing administrative work for the NYS Office of Mental Health (several facilities), I switched my focus from a public health perspective to independent practice, continuing my work individually with adults as well as with couples and families. Although my primary orientation toward psychopathology and treatment continues to be psychodynamic, I occasionally integrate some cognitive behavioral tools into the psychotherapy; I was certified in Dialectical Behavior Therapy when the treatment was initiated at the facility in which I was an administrator.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LCSW, CEDS
Jodi has over 15 years of specialized eating disorder experience in her private practice and nearly 10 years of specialized fertility experience. Through psychotherapy and supportive work with adolescents, adults and families, Jodi works to create a secure sense of self, increased self-esteem and a healthy relationship with self and others. She works with an eclectic person-centered approach and tailors her practice techniques to the unique needs of each individual.
I believe that a collaborative, genuinely caring therapeutic relationship is the key to successful therapy. Within the context of an empathic relationship, a person gains a better understanding of her or his own feelings, actions, and becomes unbound to repeat the same unhelpful patterns in intimacy, career, and other arenas of life.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DSW, LCSW
Psychoanalyst and psychodynamic psychotherapist in private practice Greenwich Village
Psychiatrist, MD, PLLC
Kathleen Rein, M.D. is a Board-Certified Psychiatrist and Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College/New York-Presbyterian Hospital. She specializes in reproductive psychiatry, treating women with psychiatric illness, across the female life cycle (including illnesses relating to menstruation, pregnancy, postpartum, infertility, and menopause), with medication management and psychotherapy. Dr. Rein sees patients for medication management and psychotherapy in her private practice (as an out-of-network provider) and at Cornell's Women's Clinic.
Dr. Dunlop has a particular interest in treating the unique psychological needs of women, including reproductive-related mood disorders, postpartum depression and anxiety, work-family balance issues, and relationship struggles.