Provider Directory

Yung Park

Physician, M.D.

Dually-boarded in Internal Medicine & Psychiatry, with a fellowship in Psychosomatic Medicine & Consult-Liaison Psychiatry completed at Yale, Dr. Park has spent over 12-years practicing in both these areas within the hospital and outpatient setting, including the Women's Mental Wellness center at Yale's Smillow Cancer Center. Through her practice, she has come to recognize that the mind and body are intrinsically connected. Each directly amplifies the other when off-balance or when in-sync.

Jennifer Breslow

Art Therapist, LCAT, ATR-BC

I am an art therapist and psychotherapist specializing in helping women who have been touched by addiction work through anxiety so that they may have more fulfilling and authentic relationships with others and themselves.

Patricia Mendell

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

My life work for over 25 years is helping individuals, couples, and families in life cycle transitions that are challenging such as: marital/relationship conflicts; infertility; miscarriage/pregnancy loss; decision making in family building options; and adjustments to parenthood/parenting. As an experienced clinical social worker with private practices in both Manhattan/Brooklyn. My treatment approach combines, interpersonal and cognitive-behavioral techniques, as well as based upon individual patient needs. She has a supportive and interactive communication style. Her practice is located in Greenwich Village near the Union Square area.

I approach Patricia Mendell is an experienced clinical social worker with private practices in Manhattan/Brooklyn.

Shefali Samrai

Psychologist, Ph.D.

Out of network.
Therapeutic modalities: Integrative: Cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic (short-term and long-term psychotherapy).
Specializations: Anxiety disorders. Mood disorders. Identity issues. Relationship issues. Major life transitions. Perinatal and menopausal mental health.
Languages: English, Hindi, Gujarati

Joan Lavender

Psychologist, Psy.D.

I am a psychologist and psychotherapist with over thirty years experience as a clinician, supervisor, writer and presenter. Three elements that distinguish my work are the emphasis on Experiential Process (which has been shown to be an essential factor in the psychological change process) and the appreciation of Relational experience (the client's significant relationships, as well as our relationship, of client and therapist.)
My initial training in dance therapy has taught me that nonverbal behavior can be a path inviting us to a deeper exploration in sessions.

Sarah Klagsbrun

Psychiatrist, MD

I am the Medical Director of Four Winds Hospital in Katonah, NY. I am also a board-certified child and adolescent and adult psychiatrist.

Carol Bloom

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

Carol Bloom LCSW, PC is a psychotherapist in private practice in the West Village. She is also co-founder of The Women's Therapy Centre Institute where she is on the board, faculty and is a supervisor. She has expertise in eating and body based symptoms as well as analytically oriented psychodynamic and relational treatment. She is co- author of Eating Problems and numerous articles pertaining to Women's psychological issues.

Natalie Ryan

Art Therapist, LCAT

Natalie is a psychotherapist working with adults and adolescents to address relationship and self-esteem issues, anxiety, depression, and life transitions. She works closely with her clients to create an environment that fosters curiosity, self-reflection, acceptance, and growth. Her approach combines psychodynamic psychotherapy, relationally oriented psychoanalysis, and creative arts therapy.

Joann P. Galst

Psychologist, Ph.D.

Joann Paley Galst, Ph.D. is a psychologist in private practice in New York City specializing in cognitive-behavioral therapy. She also specializes in reproductive health issues including infertility and pregnancy loss.

Jeremy Barnett

Mental Health Counselor

I am a passionate psychotherapist with over seven years in the field seeking to help those with a variety of issues. I have specialized training and experience working with addiction and grief and loss as well as significant experience with depression, anxiety, and trauma. I bring empathy, genuineness, and curiosity to my clients and believe that a strong therapeutic relationship involves trust and safety, as they lay foundation for growth and insight.

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.

Susan R. Gair

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

My style of work is active and collaborative. I respectfully challenge you to self-reflect on your habitual ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving, with the goal of recognizing both the positive and negative consequences on you as an individual and on your relationships. While listening to the content of what you speak about, I am simultaneously paying attention to your dynamics and patterns of thought, tone and body language. Together we find effective additional ways for you to self reflect and make changes.

Linda Bradley

Clinical Social Work/Therapist

Linda is on the faculty of the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy in the Family And Couples Training Program where she teaches Infidelity, Parenting, and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). She runs workshops for clinicians interested in the treatment of Infidelity.

Danielle Adams O’Malley

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, daotherapy

I am a trauma-focused therapist who works with children, adolescents and adults. My trainings are in EMDR, IFS (Internal Family Systems) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy provide me with tools and understanding to help you navigate and heal from trauma histories including emotional, physical and sexual abuse as well as bullying, neglect and broken attachments. I also utilize art therapy and sand tray therapy to deepen and externalize the work while maintaining metaphorical distance to further aid in healing.