Marina Rozenberg, MD

Therapist, MD
 therapist: Marina Rozenberg, MD,
In-Person in Manhattan, NY 10065
In-Person in Manhattan, NY 10075
Online in New York
I specialize in working with people who suffer with anxiety, depression, trauma, and relationship issues. In addition, my background as an internal medicine physician allows me to understand the unique struggles of those in the medical field, as well as those living with chronic illnesses. Using a psychodynamic relational approach, I strive to create a safe space where you can talk about your difficulties, worries and disappointments, and where long-buried feelings and memories from the past that created pain, confusion and anxiety can be supported in the present, thereby easing some of their unconscious hold on how you experience life.

Client Focus

Session Format: Individual sessions.
Age Specialty: Adult, Elder

Treatment Approach

  • Bioenergetic Analysis
  • Biopsychosocial
  • Emotionally Focused (EFT)
  • Experiential
  • Interpersonal
  • Object Relations
  • Person-Centered
  • Psychoanalytic
  • Psychodynamic
  • Relational Psychotherapy
  • Somatic

Education & Credentials

Marina Rozenberg, MD MD
  • Female
  • License # 240517
  • Licensed in New York
  • Practicing Since 2016
Education: MD: Weill Cornell Medical College Psychodynamic Approaches in Clinical Practice (NIP) Intensive Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program (William Alanson White) 4-year certification program at the NY Society for Bioenergetic Analysis Psychoanalytic training, Object Relations Institute


  • Average Session Fee $200
  • Affordable sliding scale therapy: apply if you may be eligible.
  • I have a few slots at lower cost to help make therapy more affordable for those in financial difficulty. This can be discussed during your free consultation.
  • Out of Network

Marina Rozenberg, MD Practice Details

Therapy Sessions
  • Available In-Person in Manhattan, NY 10065 and Manhattan, NY 10075
  • Available Online for residents of New York
  • Online Therapy Details: VSee
Marina Rozenberg, MD Practice Description
I’m a practicing internal medicine physician, and, in going through my own healing journey, decided, back in 2013, that I wanted to use what was most helpful in my own experience to help those dealing with emotional struggles. To that end, I trained in the tools that have been most useful to me in understanding my difficulties and allowing me greater freedom to pursue a more meaningful and genuine life. We seek help because we have developed symptoms that create suffering and limit our capacity to feel present in our lives, work, and relationships. Or because, despite achieving success in the outside world, we may struggle with a secret sense of disconnection from ourselves and others or feel a sense of unease that we can’t explain. Or we may find ourselves engaging in habits or repeating unhealthy patterns in our lives despite our best efforts to change. What we often fail to recognize is that these same symptoms and behaviors that we wish to rid ourselves of are trying to communicate to us something essential within ourselves that we have had to neglect or push aside in our effort to get along and succeed. Or, they can reflect traumatic experiences from our past that had been too overwhelming to assimilate. Often the original meanings are buried deep within our unconscious leaving only these symptoms as a trace. In order to change, we must first understand the reasons our fixed patterns came into being. Only then can we discover alternative pathways to help us navigate through the world. I have trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy and Bioenergetic Analysis, both powerful avenues to contact the experiences and parts of ourselves that had to be buried or remain unrecognized. Bioenergetic Analysis uses work with the body (via movement and breathing) to bring to the surface emotions and experiences that we disconnected from by disconnecting from our breathing and our sensory experience. In psychodynamic psychotherapy we pay attention to the running thoughts in our mind, the relationship patterns in our life, dream content, and thoughts and feelings that arise within the psychotherapeutic relationship to bring to life buried thoughts, feelings and fears that we developed early on in our lives and shape who we are today. If this approach feels right for you, it would be a privilege to help guide you in this important endeavor.

Practice Overview

1440 York Avenue
Available both in-person and online
8 Years Experience

Office Hours

9:00 am - 8:00 pm
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

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