Provider Directory

Allysen Manz

Psychologist, Ph.D.

I have been practicing since 2005 treating individuals and families. My style is eclectic, drawing from psychodynamic, experiential, interpersonal, CBT/DBT and family systems. I believe in being an active collaborator in psychotherapy sessions. My style is warm, frank, and attentive to the processes of healing and change.

Suzette Cook

Master Social Worker, LMSW

I am a therapist at Erika Malm Collective. I have assisted many couples, families, and individuals in both private practice settings and in higher levels of care. I hold a Master’s in Social Work from New York University. I specialize in treating people struggling with eating disorders, chronic disconnection, anxiety, depression, and trauma.

Aviva E Braun

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, LCSW

L.M.S.W., L.C.S.W. Private Practice with a specialty in eating and body image problems. NYC and Riverdale, N.Y.

Karen Gelder

Psychologist, Ph.D., Ed.M., M.A.

I am a licensed psychologist specializing in the treatment of disordered eating and body image concerns, as well as issues related to women's health, pregnancy, miscarriage, and adjustment to significant life transitions such as parenthood, work-family balance, college, career change, and loss. I believe a trusting and collaborative therapeutic relationship is essential in the facilitation of healing, and the process of growth and change. I employ an integrative method, drawing from various theoretical understandings and treatment modalities, to develop an effective approach to address distinct needs.
Additionally, I believe the consideration of multicultural and social factors to be central to the understanding of individual concerns. My style is warm and engaged, aimed at both reducing symptoms and increasing insight into interpersonal patterns, and past influences on current functioning.
As a native Spanish speaker, I also bring extensive experience working bilingually in hospital, college, and private practice settings. In addition to individual psychotherapy, I offer consultation to parents and families on various topics related to child and adolescent development, preparing for the transition to college, and eating and body image concerns.

Amy Gladstone

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW , Ph.D.

Dr. Amy Gladstone is a highly experienced psychotherapist who helps her patients achieve the emotional resilience to be present, connected, and fulfilled in their lives. She has an integrative approach incorporating mind/body methods, EMDR and Internal Family Systems. Dr. Gladstone is a senior clinician who trains, teaches and supervises therapists.

Anita Madan

Psychologist, PhD

I help people who are struggling with life transitions, relationship and intimacy issues, and questions about identity. I have specialized expertise in helping women and men address the aftereffects of trauma, including post-traumatic stress disorder, depersonalization and dissociation.

Sarah Gundle

Psychologist, PsyD, MIA

Dr. Sarah Gundle is a clinical psychologist in private practice. She provides short-term and long-term psychotherapy to individuals, adolescents, families and couples for the treatment of depression, anxiety, interpersonal difficulties, adjustment problems, and trauma.

Julia Werman Zwerin

Master Social Worker, LMSW

My interest in therapy began in high school, when I was trained as a peer counselor and worked on a teen suicide hotline. As a young adult in New York City, I began to explore my own history and behavioral patterns in therapy. Over the years I’ve explored numerous self-reflective and therapeutic modalities, through which I’ve developed a depth of understanding and compassion regarding human behavior. I am deeply fulfilled by the work I do, and I find that my clients recognize and appreciate our mutual investment and collaborative relationship.

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. www.lauraimpert.com

Jill Kaiser

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I am a psychotherapist in practice for 20+ years who sees therapy as a place to find support, insight and guidance to make meaningful life changes. My style is warm, engaging, interactive and collaborative --I strive to offer a non-judgmental place to explore feelings and thoughts as well as to identify unhelpful patterns and behaviors. I believe that everyone takes this process at their own pace and moving forward can often happen in small steps. I combine a traditional psychodynamic approach with cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness techniques tailored to the needs of each client.

I enjoy working with women’s issues, particularly those experiencing depression, anxiety, grief/loss, life transitions, workplace stress, balancing work/family, relationship and parenting issues.

Together we can set attainable goals, explore new ways to cope, and work towards feeling more resilient.

Jennifer Warren

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R

I have 25+ years of experience working with adolescent and adult individuals and couples. Work experience in psychiatric inpatient and outpatient settings at New York Presbyterian Hospital. Post grad training in CBT, DBT and meditation. Currently maintain offices on Wall St, UES and Scarsdale

Veronica M. Rojas

Psychiatrist

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.

Leslie Cummins

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DSW, LCSW

Psychoanalyst and psychodynamic psychotherapist in private practice Greenwich Village

Aarti Khullar

, PsyD

Aarti Khullar, PsyD is a licensed clinical psychologist, in private practice in Boston and work with the emerging and early adult population in her practice. She orients and grounds herself within a psychodynamic relational framework. She particularly enjoys working with clients struggling and looking to explore issues of identity & culture.