I am in private practice on the Upper East Side, and work with adolescents, adults and couples dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, adjustment issues and relationship problems. I have a general practice and also work with families who have children with special needs.
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.
Psychologist, Psy.D., M.F.T.
I help clients explore their inner selves, heighten awareness, and address maladaptive behavior patterns to promote healing and growth. I provide a safe environment to help clients unlock their potential and achieve the lives they desire. Specialized training in relational work, polyvagal theory and somatic interventions related to developmental trauma.
Affiliated with Kratsios Psychotherapy, a fast-growing, premier provider of evidence-based treatment for PTSD and developmental trauma based in Manhattan, offering both telehealth and in-person meetings.
Master Social Worker
Catherine is a couple’s and individual’s therapist based in NYC. She specializes in treating clients seeking support for issues relating to sexual health, identity development, self-esteem, and habit development. She is experienced in working with trans, nonbinary, and poly clients. As well as working with survivors of sexual assault. Catherine studied at New York University’s Silver School of Social Work for her Master’s Degree in Social Work, and the University of Leeds for a Master’s Degree in Health Psychology. Her practice is rooted in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Relational analysis, and mind-body techniques.
I am a clinical psychologist providing individual therapy to adults in Manhattan. Primary areas of focus include anxiety, depression, trauma, family, and work issues. I am a psychodynamically oriented clinician with strong CBT-informed skills, as well as a cognitively-based exposure therapy background in helping those with PTSD.
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.
I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and the Founder and Director of Therapists of New York, a group practice in Midtown Manhattan. I specialize in working with adults, adolescents, and couples. I take an active and empathetic approach to psychotherapy by establishing mutually agreed upon therapeutic goals with my clients and providing a comfortable space to explore, discuss, and be heard.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
I am a licensed psychotherapist and provided supervision and training for over 20 years. I am proficient in working with trauma and it's effect on relationships. Although I have psychoanalytic training , I employee many different techniques such as EMDR, CBT, IFS, and harm reduction.
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. Ford is a licensed clinical psychologist. She specializes in working with young adult and adolescent cancer survivors.
I provide psychotherapy to individuals along all points of the parenting journey, from the planning stages of beginning a family to supporting parents in the early years of their children’s lives.
Shira Kaufman Danzig, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist in private practice with offices on the Upper West Side and Scarsdale, NY. Dr. Danzig specializes in the treatment of young adults and perinatal mental health issues.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
You're on this site, looking for a clinician because you are not living the life you envisioned, and you are tired of feeling unhappy, anxious and unfulfilled - I hear you, let's talk. Together we will explore, unpack and process the events that contribute to your current state of emotional distress. We will deepen your insight into your authentic self, while uncovering ways of best getting your genuine needs met.
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.