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Melville, New York therapist: Dr. Laura Van Schaick-Harman, psychologist

Dr. Laura Van Schaick-Harman

Psychologist, Psy.D.
Parent support- managing behavior, developmental concerns, and coping with being a parent.  
14 Years Experience
Online in New York
 therapist: Liza Mordkovich, licensed clinical social worker

Liza Mordkovich

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
Parenting coaching and therapy, Specific target for parents of neurodivergent children  
12 Years Experience
Online in New York
Lynbrook, New York therapist: Expressive Connections Mental Health Counseling, licensed mental health counselor

Expressive Connections Mental Health Counseling

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC
Let's face it - parenting is the hardest job in the world. There is a reason for the expression "it takes a village to raise a child." We are honored to be a part of your village. We provide therapy for children alongside supplemental parenting sessions that meet weekly, biweekly, monthly or as needed depending on your needs.  
3 Years Experience
Online in New York
Brooklyn, New York therapist: Jenn Coonce, licensed psychoanalyst

Jenn Coonce

Licensed Psychoanalyst, Licensed Psychoanalyst, New York State
Parenting presents many unexpected stresses and challenges, and struggles with parenting can impact your relationship, life, and even your sense of identity. Through a cooperative, supportive relationship with the right therapist, you can learn how to cope with emotions and conflicts that arise as a part of parenting, and learn how you can make choices that are best for you and your children. By talking with someone you trust and feel comfortable with, you can understand yourself and your children better.  
13 Years Experience
Online in New York
Bloomingdale, New Jersey therapist: Stephanie Marks, hypnotherapist

Stephanie Marks

Hypnotherapist, MA
Are you a parent overwhelmed by raising your child? Are you struggling to remain calm and patient with your kids when situations are tough, leaving you feeling guilty and remorseful? Are you feeling frustrated and hopeless with your child, not knowing how to help them change certain behaviors they exhibit? Having a child can stimulates more feelings than any other life situation. In our children, we see parts of ourselves; in our parenting of them, we see our own histories of how we were raised, which can be painful and confusing at times. As a mother, I understand the complicated mix of emotions that is stimulated by being a parent. We can be pulled in different directions in our parenting, at times responding to our own childhood hurts. Becoming conscious of these patterns can open potential for new and more joyous ways of being with our children. I offer therapy to parents as well as to children and adolescents.  
12 Years Experience
Online in New York