Provider Directory

Sabina Preter

Physician, MD

I am a child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, practicing on the UES in Manhattan, offering individual assessments, second opinions, as well as ongoing treatment. The focus of my practice are children, adolescents, and young adults, in particular (but not exclusively) girls, and young women. Every consultation starts with a thorough evaluation process to define the nature of the issues, prior to making recommendations for treatment.
I evaluate and treat a wide range of conditions, examples are anxiety disorders, mood disorders (depression and bipolar disorder), adjustment reactions, attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder, developmental disorders, and post-traumatic conditions. I recently published a co-authored treatment manual for anxiety disorders in youth: "Child and Adolescent Anxiety Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, A Treatment Manual"(https://global.oup.com/academic/product/child-and-adolescent-anxiety-psychodynamic-psychotherapy-9780190877712?q=Preter&lang=en&cc=us).

I was trained in the European medical tradition in France and Germany and a particular interest of mine is working with international families. I provide services in English, French, and German.

I am Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College.
Besides the clinical work in my private practice, I serve as Director of Child Clinical Services at the Treatment Center of the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, where I also supervise psychotherapy students.

I have been nominated Castle Connolly "Top Doctor" in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry since 2015 for four consecutive years.

Lyn (Marilyn) S. Paul

Clinical Social Work/Therapist

Lyn (Marilyn) Paul, PhD, LCSW is a Clinical Associate Professor at Adelphi University School of Social Work’s Manhattan Center where she teaches courses in human behavior theory and social work practice, and advises and supervises students. Dr. Paul began her social work career in 1995 as a hospital maternal-child social worker, and has researched and published on the complex psychosocial issues confronting contemporary families, especially families formed with advanced medical technology and third party assistance. In addition to her faculty responsibilities, Dr. Paul maintains a part-time clinical social work practice on the Upper West Side of Manhattan where she specializes in loss and transition and in issues associated with women’s reproductive health.

Lynne Spevack, Senior Psychotherapist, Practice Building Consultant

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

A seasoned clinician, supervisor and educator with over three decades of experience in agency and private practice, Lynne is a “therapist’s therapist,” providing psychotherapy, practice building and clinical consultations on difficult and “stuck” cases for clinician-colleagues in her in lower Manhattan and mid-Brooklyn offices. Lynne enjoys the challenge of helping folks with treatment resistant problems, utilizing CBT and other scientifically validated, non-medication approaches to helping adults, teenagers, couples and families to feel and be their best.

caryn gorden

Psychologist, Psy. D.

I am a licensed clinical psychologist and trained psychoanalyst and I see my role as helping you to understand and resolve the conflicts that are making you feel unsatisfied. I work with adults, adolescents, couples and families. My treatment approach is informed by my psychoanalytic training, though I draw on many different orientations and models. I specialize in working with people facing, loss, life transitions and early and midlife career changes. I also have worked with many 2nd and 3rd generation Holocaust survivors. I have a strong interest in the impact of the transmission of trauma from one generation to another, about which I teach, present and write.

Dana Serino

Psychologist, Ph.D

I am a New York State licensed Clinical Psychologist who provides therapy and neuropsychological assessments to children, adolescents and adults.

Emma D. Levine

Psychologist, Ph.D

I work with adult women to address issues of anxiety, maternal mental health, 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.

Amanda Itzkoff, MD

Psychiatrist, MD

Dr. Amanda Itzkoff is the Medical Director of NYC Private Psychiatry and Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Dr. Itzkoff has been deemed a Top 10 Doctor by Vitals(2014) and earned numerous Most Compassionate Doctor(2010-2016) and Patients’ Choice Awards(2008-2017) throughout her career.

Dr. Itzkoff treats patients with psychotherapy, medication, and interventional treatments including TMS and ketamine (not all of these modalities may be appropriate pregnant women, or those who are trying to conceive). Dr. Itzkoff works with patients who are suffering from PMADs as well as patients who have suffered miscarriage(s) and those struggling with infertility and undergoing ART including IVF.

Sofia Frank

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R

I am a psychotherapist working with adults and teens with anxiety, depression and eating disorders. I utilize CBT, DBT and psychodynamic psychotherapy.

Madison McCullough

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

What I enjoy most about being a therapist is fostering relationships, and creating a space in which clients can build trust and learn more about themselves through the process. I am committed to using an anti-oppressive framework that explores how environments, relationships, and circumstances shape clients’ thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. I have extensive experience working within queer communities, as well as with those who have lived through extensive trauma, and I have received advanced clinical training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). I have practiced in both nonprofit and community outpatient settings which has allowed me to work with clients across a wide array of identities and experiences.

Samantha Rogowicz

Psychologist, Ph.D.

Dr. Samantha Rogowicz is a licensed clinical psychologist with extensive training using evidence-based treatments for anxiety and mood disorders in children, adolescents, and adults, including CBT, ERP, and ACT. Dr. Rogowicz received her doctorate in clinical psychology from St. John’s University, and graduated with honors from New York University. Dr. Rogowicz is the director of Purple Key CBT in the Flatiron/Union Square area of Manhattan, and serves as an adjunct faculty member at Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology.

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.

Dana Wimpfheimer

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I focus on the treatment of adolescents and adults by integrating both psychodynamic and CBT principles. I aid my clients in achieving meaningful and lasting change by helping them better understand their thoughts, feelings and behaviors.

Nicole Matusow

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

I see couples looking to repair/renew their relationship with their partners and individuals wanting to improve their relationship with themselves. Major themes include: communication issues, separation, limerence, emotional unavailability, and self-attack. My office is in the Flatiron area, where I also serve as Co-Director at The Center for Human Development, a modern psychoanalytic institute.

Allyson Cole

Psychologist, PsyD

Dr. Cole specializes in helping individuals overcome anxiety, depression, bereavement, and relational difficulties. She is passionate about empowering women by developing their self-worth and confidence through individual therapy, group therapy, and retreats.