Provider Directory

Vivian M. Lee

Physician, MD, PhD

Dr. Vivian Lee graduated summa cum laude at Harvard University and received her medical degree from Cornell Medical College. She completed her training in adult psychiatry at New York Presbyterian Hospital – Cornell Medical Center.

Christina Ahn

Psychiatrist, MD

I am a reproductive psychiatrist and psychotherapist with specialty training in women's mental health issues across the reproductive lifespan. I am on the faculty at NYU School of Medicine and also served as Associate Director of the adult psychiatry residency training program. I currently teach the supportive psychotherapy curriculum to NYU psychiatry residents and have a private practice in Greenwich Village and Brooklyn Heights.

Leticia Cruz

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in individual, couple, and family therapy. I have trained at the Ackerman Institute and in EFT. My goal is to provide a safe place for my clients to examine their lives with empathy and compassion while working towards making shifts to help them live more fulfilling and satisfied lives. I work with couples and families to thoughtfully heal hurts in relationships to move forward together, separately or in coparenting. I work with Individuals using a Psychodynamic and Relational approach. Supporting them in examining the places in their lives which are causing pain and/or causing them to feel stuck.

Madeline Cooper

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

Madeline Cooper is a licensed clinical social worker and AASECT certified sex therapist licensed in New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey, specializing in sex therapy with individuals and couples. Madeline has a deep understanding of the shame and stigma surrounding sexuality, intimacy, and relationship problems, and works to give her clients a safe space to talk through and develop coping skills to handle these issues.

Veronica M. Rojas


Veronica M. Rojas, M.D is a Double Board Certified of the American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry in General and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. She holds a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at New York University as a voluntary faculty. Dr Rojas’s area of psychiatric expertise is diverse. She works with all the developmental stages in life starting with children &adolescents, college women transitioning into young professional women, motherhood and families. She also works with adolescents and substance use.

Julie Siegel

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R

I am a licensed clinical social worker currently practicing in Manhattan. As a therapist, I create a warm and comfortable environment in order to facilitate openness. I believe in the importance of using therapy to explore both present experiences and past influences in order to create lasting change. I aim to help my clients cultivate their authentic self through increased compassion, self-acceptance, and flexibility as we work collaboratively to build richer and more satisfying lives.

Louise Bayly

Clinical Social Work/Therapist

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in New York, Connecticut, Maryland, and Virginia practicing Telehealth at Perennial Wellness, a speciality group practice that offers cognitive behavioral therapy for adult women.

Cara Maniaci

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

Specializing in eating disorders and body image disturbances, couples/ relationship issues particularly postpartum. Insight-oriented psychotherapy with practical, here-and-now focus.

Shiloh "Lola" Eastin

Psychologist, PsyD, PMH-C

Dr. Shiloh "Lola" Eastin is a perinatal psychologist licensed in NY, DC, and RI. She completed her postdoctoral fellowship in perinatal mental health and specializes in providing compassionate, values-driven care to perinatal people and their families.

Marni Rosner

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DSW, LCSW

Dr. Marni Rosner is a New York City-based licensed psychotherapist, specializing in providing psychotherapy to individuals and couples struggling with anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, loss, and infertility. She believes that anxiety, loss, and trauma are universal experiences that may interfere with our ability to realize our hopes and dreams.

Dr. Rosner received her doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania, and her Master's degree from Columbia University. Her post-graduate education includes psychoanalytic training from the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center (PPSC) as well as training in group therapy at the Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society (an affiliate of the American Group Psychotherapy Association). She is the recipient of the University of Pennsylvania’s Dr. Ram Cnaan award.

In addition to private practice, Dr. Rosner provides supervision and consultation to other clinicians, and has been a field supervisor for Columbia University’s School of Social Work, Hunter College’s School of Social Work, and Fordham University’s School of Social Service.

Leah Lurye

Psychologist, PsyD

I am a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in Manhattan on the Upper West Side and via Telehealth. I have developed a speciality in treating parent-infant dyads, young children, and adolescents with a range of presenting concerns, including: emotion regulation difficulties, issues with attachment, complex trauma, anxiety, depression, interpersonal and relationship issues, life transitions, family conflict, and parenting challenges. I also provide parenting support and family therapy. I am trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy and cognitive-behavioral techniques, and work from an integrative, attachment based, and developmental lens.

Heidi Esterman

Psychologist, PsyD

Dr. Heidi Esterman is a psychologist at The Motherhood Center of New York and in private practice.

Dr. Esterman has experience working with the perinatal population in both outpatient and inpatient settings. She has provided psychological services for a wide range of diagnoses and presentations in the context of the perinatal period, including trauma, personality disorders, and severe and persistent mental illness. She has expertise working with women recovering from postpartum psychosis, depression, anxiety, and perinatal loss.

MiSeon Kang

Art Therapist, LCAT, ATR-BC

Mi Seon is a NY State licensed Creative Arts Psychotherapist in private practice in Brooklyn and Manhattan. She has over 25 years of clinical experiences in treating culturally diverse clients. Her immigration and bicultural experiences as an Asian-American have given a keen awareness of how our intersectional identities influence our perception of ourselves, how we relate to others, and how we navigate the broader world.
She draws from various therapeutic disciplines: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy; AEDP; Attachment-Focused EMDR; IFS; Somatic Psychotherapy; Mindfulness-based Therapy; Couples Therapy, and Art Therapy.

Sarah Saffian

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R, MFA

SARAH SAFFIAN, LCSW-R, MFA, is a psychotherapist, an author, and a teacher. She counsels individual clients and runs support groups in private practice in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Her clinical experience also includes New York University's Counseling and Wellness Services and Spence-Chapin Services. Blending her two main areas of interest and expertise, Sarah has created a model called Therapeutic Writing, using memoir exercises, when appropriate, as a tool for encouraging reflection, processing, and discovery. Sarah earned her BA in English from Brown, her MFA in creative writing from Columbia, and her MSW from NYU.