Provider Directory

Pamela Potischman

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

For over 25 years, I have specialized in parent and infant mental health. For children I address concerns including bonding, soothing, sleep, potty training, separation and behavior. For adults, I address issues including depression, anxiety, loss and bereavement, fertility challenges and life transitions. I offer individual psychotherapy and dyadic-therapy where parents and children under five years old are seen together.

I also see adults seeking treatment for mood disorders, trauma, life transitions, etc.

I am currently seeing patients via teletherapy.

Dorlee Michaeli

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MBA

Dorlee specializes in helping high achievers with low self-esteem, anxiety, trauma, or difficulties in navigating career/life transitions. Psychoanalytically trained, and EMDR certified, she is passionate about helping clients feel better about themselves and achieve their desired goals.

Rebekah Souder-Russo

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I have specialized training and expertise working with eating disorders, trauma, addiction, depression, and anxiety. I provide LGBTQIA+ affirmative, and have particular interest in working with individuals dealing with issues related to gender and sexuality, identity formation, and life transitions.

I hold a BA from Brown University and a Masters in Social Work from Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College with an advanced graduate certificate in childhood trauma. Prior to opening my own practice, I completed a 2-year post-graduate fellowship with the Erika Malm Collective and worked in intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment.

Kate Herts


Kate Herts, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist with expertise in evidence-based interventions for adults suffering from anxiety disorders, mood disorders, chronic medical problems, and women’s health concerns. She specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT). Dr. Herts is an Assistant Professor of Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medicine and an Assistant Attending Psychologist at New York Presbyterian Hospital. She is a member of the Perinatal Clinic at NYP Westchester and has extensive experience treating women with postpartum and perinatal mental health concerns, as well as women undergoing in vitro fertilization.

Brealyn Sellers


Brealyn Sellers, MD is in independent private practice in NYC and is board certified in both general adult psychiatry and addiction psychiatry, providing evidence based psychopharmacological services for a wide array of psychiatric illness, including substance use disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, and attention deficit disorder among many others.

Laura Impert

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.

Mark Colterjohn, LCSW

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I see clients struggling with a variety of mental health issues. My post-graduate training is in Internal Family Systems and Gestalt Therapy. I also have experience with CBT and ACT. I have particular expertise in Addiction, Chronic Illness, and with the LGBTQ community.

Nora Dankner

Art Therapist, LCAT

I provide impactful therapy for New Yorkers who want a therapist who does more than just listen. Whether you're suffering from depression, panic, anxiety, or relationship challenges, I'm committed to finding creative ways to help my clients grow and become unstuck.

Nathan Rice

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I'm an integrative, analytic therapist who does both short-term and long-term work. I specialize in addictive issues (substance use and problematic sexual behaviors), anxiety/depression and life transitions.

Stacey Rosenfeld


The director of Gatewell Therapy Center, Dr. Rosenfeld is a psychologist (licensed in Florida, New York, and California), specializing in treating adults and adolescents. Her approach is eclectic, blending CBT, DBT, and relational and psychodynamic techniques. She is intensively trained in DBT and offers virtual DBT skills groups as part of a comprehensive DBT program. Dr. Rosenfeld is a certified group psychotherapist (CGP) and certified eating disorder specialist (CEDS).

Leah Kramnick

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R

I provide psychodynamic psychotherapy for adolescents and adults. I have specialized training in the treatment of eating disorders and body image struggles.

Suzanne Pasette

Art Therapist, LCAT

Hello! I am a NY State Licensed Creative Arts Therapist. For over a decade, I have worked with children, adolescents and adults individually and in group settings.

Although trained as a Creative Arts Psychotherapist I consider myself to be an integrationist and thus draw upon multiple theories to help create a holistic person-centered approach to treatment.

Lori Davis

Psychologist, Psy.D.

Clinical Instructor of Psychology in Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College
Psychology fellow, New York Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical College
Former Assistant Director, Institute for Trauma and Stress, NYU School of Medicine
Adjunct Clinical Supervisor, Yeshive University, cognitive behavioral track
Doctor of Psychology, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yeshiva University/Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Abbie Elkin

Psychologist, PhD

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.