Provider Directory

Susan Scheftel

Psychologist

Susan Scheftel is a Clinical Psychologist in private practice who works with adults, children and adolescents. She is on the faculty of the Columbia Psychoanalytic Center, the Columbia Parent Infant Program and the Columbia Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Program.

Jon Rosen

Psychologist, PsyD

Dr. Jon Rosen is a licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist. He specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in treating children, adolescents, and adults, and has extensive experience as a school psychologist. He enjoys working with clients with a variety of needs including anxiety, ADHD, and learning differences. He is also passionate about working with fathers.

Genny Finkel

Clinical Social Work/Therapist

Genny Finkel is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in couples and family therapy. Genny has a private practice on the Upper East Side, where she sees adolscents, adults and families.

Juno Wheeler

Master Social Worker, LMSW

LMSW Trauma Therapist in Downtown NYC specializing in healing work with survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence or relational abuse, and trauma. I focus on on how feelings show up in the body in order to release traumatic energy and disrupt beliefs and behaviors that keep folks stuck in a trauma state while activating their natural healing capacity and resilience.

Anne M. Bohraus

Psychologist, Ph.D.

Dr. Bohraus provides adult individual and couples therapy. She has over 15 years of experience working with anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. Dr. Bohraus takes an integrative approach to treatment that is tailored to each individual’s unique needs and personal goals. Her style is open, accepting, active, and direct.

Sandip Buch

Psychiatrist, MD

I see patients through telemedicine at my website, Skypiatrist.com, so there is no need to commute to a clinic. We do medication management and are in network with multiple insurances.

Jacqueline LaGrassa, LCSW

Clinical Social Work/Therapist

I am a clinical social worker who has worked primarily in chronic illness, loss and bereavement with families, couples, and individuals. These experiences make me feel comfortable in helping clients managing natural life transitions, crisis, depression and anxiety. I offer sliding scale fees and can assist with out of network reimbursement.

Beatrice Y. Kraemer

Psychologist

Dr. Kraemer is the founder of Parenting At Its Best, a parenting education, support and guidance center that helps parents and children create strong, successful and healthy relationships, and also teaches parents and caretakers in all existing family structures the skills they need to support their children in reaching their full potential. She offers individual therapy to children and adolescents, offers pre-marriage counseling and couples therapy. She also offers parent coordination services and supports children and parents through the process of separation.

Tracy K. Ross

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

Tracy Ross is a couples and family therapist with over 25 years experience.
Tracy's specialties include discernment counseling, pre-marital therapy, parenting issues, collaborative divorce, and sex therapy, including running Optimal Sexual Experience groups for couples. She has advanced training in EFT, Gottman method, and Relational Sex Therapy. Tracy works with couples to help them "redesign their relationships" going from volatility to versatility, distance to connection, and avoidance to intimacy. She is a certified Discernment Counselor, in this capacity she helps couples on the brink gain clarity about the future of their relationship. Tracy is also a faculty member of the Ackerman Institute's Resilient Families: Special Needs Kids project.

Emma D. Levine

Psychologist, Ph.D

I am a licensed clinical psychologist practicing Telehealth in NY and CT, and the Director of Perennial Wellness, a speciality group practice that offers cognitive behavioral therapy for adult women. My areas of specialization include maternal mental health, anxiety and mood disorders, as well as parenting concerns, relationship distress, career-related transitions, and perfectionism. I integrate a warm, compassionate stance with evidence-based cognitive behavioral strategies to help women develop the insight, information, and skills needed to overcome mood-related challenges and to cultivate resilience.

Sarah H. Church

Psychologist, PhD

Dr. Sarah Church, founder of Wholeview Wellness, is a clinical psychologist and expert in the treatment of substance use disorders. She served as executive director of the Division of Substance Abuse at Montefiore/Albert Einstein College of Medicine for 16 years and trained at Yale University, Fordham University, and Columbia University.

Gay Doherty

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I am a psychotherapist in Midtown Manhattan. I see adults, including many emerging adults who are struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship challenges and life transitions. My approach to therapy draws primarily from psychodynamic and attachment-based models. I have specialized training in grief/loss, emotional regulation and spiritually informed practices.

Emy Zener

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, (she/her/hers)

I am a psychotherapist with 19 years of experience in the NYC area working with diverse adult clinical populations. In my private practice, I work with high-achieving individuals with a significant mental health and/or substance use history. I help bright, driven individuals who are on their way back up from darkness to light, from disorder and illness to recovery and mental health. Once the primary work is done and symptoms are under control, I help individuals along the next steps of the journey to build or rebuild a life, find a voice, and rediscover a sense of dignity and self.
With the relationship at the center of treatment, I use a range of modalities tailored to the individual's needs, preferences, and style, including Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, DBT-based mindfulness, Harm Reduction, and psychodynamic models. Employing a unique combination of warmth, empathy, creativity, and humor, I help guide people toward realizing that recovery is real.

Catesby E. Buteau

Master Social Worker, LMSW

As a licensed master social worker, my focus is on the big picture. I help clients take in the scope of their lives. Using eclectic and integrative techniques, I work with individuals as partners to identify problems, their effects, underlying patterns, and practice solutions. My training focuses on stress-related disorders, relationship issues, behavioral problems and systemic dysfunctions.

Change can be uncomfortable, but the result is relief, as well as a happier and more sustainable life. Clients leave with their own, personal toolbox, with which they can build a life they truly enjoy long-term. Throughout the therapeutic process clients learn to identify their patterns; evaluate the ways in which those patterns help and hinder goals; address how they interact with the other individuals; and practice the pursuit of meaning, integrity and joy.