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New York City, New York therapist: Alex Conway, licensed mental health counselor
Serving Buddhist

Alex Conway

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC
What sets my therapy practice apart is its deeply personalized approach focused on your unique needs and experiences. I provide a safe and supportive space where you can explore, grow, and heal without judgment. With extensive experience in addressing diverse challenges and a commitment to cultural sensitivity, I tailor evidence-based techniques to suit your individual journey. Together, we'll collaborate on setting achievable goals and implementing effective strategies to navigate life's complexities with resilience and authenticity. Contact me now to embark on a transformative path towards self-discovery and empowerment. Your journey to a happier, more fulfilling life starts here.  
9 Years Experience
Online in Buffalo, New York
Buffalo, New York therapist: Dr. Bruce Pace, psychologist
Serving Buddhist

Dr. Bruce Pace

Psychologist, Ph.D.
If you want your life to change in a meaningful way, but you need help determining and taking the individual steps required to meet your goals, therapy is an excellent choice. Many people expect therapy to involve sessions where there is emotion focused discussion and deep introspection. With a Cognitive-Behavioral approach, the emotions or feelings are secondary in the healing process. We focus on how your actions impact your circumstances, and how you can change your behavior to change the life you’re living. If that sounds like what you’re looking for, we are likely a good fit. I love sharing what I know so that you can feel and act better in your life. We will collaborate to set goals and track improvements as they occur. I believe we all have brand new opportunities to make new choices in each moment that will improve our lives. The power to change is not dependent on our past choices but on how we decide to live in this moment. I work with individuals, couples, and families. I give a lot of advice and see myself as an educator who can use my knowledge to equip you with helpful tools. I am trained in the Gottman method and believe that conflict between partners is inevitable and that improving the frequency and quality of positive interactions is vital to long-term stability of the relationship. I also work with children and their families, especially focusing on ADHD, ODD, and anxiety. When a child is experiencing these sorts of concerns, I approach progress and resolution with the parents and child together. I believe in the goodness of children, and that setting them up for good choices is something that rests largely in the family environment. I am also an expert in ADHD evaluation and treatment. I am very thorough in my reports and recommendations. Evolutionarily, ADHD is a strength, and I love helping shed light on how to best navigate this world with an eye to the strengths and available strategies and habits that can set you on a sustainable path.  
19 Years Experience
Online in Buffalo, New York
Manhattan, New York therapist: Dr. Erica Gardner-Schuster, psychologist
Serving Buddhist

Dr. Erica Gardner-Schuster

Psychologist, PhD
Do you long for greater love and purpose in your life? Do you feel lonely? Stuck in your struggles? Sad or down? Stressed or anxious? Group therapy can help you find deeper meaning and connection through the practice of authenticity: "letting go of who we think we're supposed to be and embracing who we are" (Brené Brown). By helping you bring your full authentic self into connection, Group can help you transcend loneliness to find more fulfilling relationships. Group can help you lean into your life with more courage, compassion and vulnerability. Group can support your unique journey as you find your way home to where you belong, and to the relationships that sustain you.  
14 Years Experience
Online in Buffalo, New York
Saratoga, California therapist: Regina Lazarovich, psychologist
Serving Buddhist

Regina Lazarovich

Psychologist, PhD
If you’re tired of fear, anxiety, and insecurity running your life, I can help you take charge! I can help with anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, OCD, ADHD, skin picking, hair pulling, binge eating, emotional eating, negative body image, and perfectionism. I create a safe and non-judgmental space where you can be yourself. My style is attentive, compassionate, and encouraging. Together, we'll understand how fear and self-judgment are getting in the way of the life you want. I'll equip you with tools to change unhelpful patterns of thought and behavior. As a result of our work together, you'll cultivate more peace, confidence, and joy. I’ve helped hundreds of clients over the past fifteen years. I'm skilled in several evidence-based approaches, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Inference-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (I-CBT), Comprehensive Behavioral Treatment (ComB), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC), Health at Every Size (HAES), and Intuitive Eating. I’ll tailor these approaches to your unique circumstances and needs. Together, we’ll set goals, and I will create a treatment plan to help you reach them. I'll help you take small steps to make positive changes in your life and support you every step of the way! Meeting with a new therapist can feel scary and vulnerable. That's why I offer a free 20-minute consultation to help you get a sense of my approach and to ensure that I'm the right fit for you. Visit my website to learn more: www.CompassCBT.com  
12 Years Experience
Online in Buffalo, New York
New York City, New York therapist: Mary Karlan, licensed clinical social worker
Serving Buddhist

Mary Karlan

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Clinical Social Work
Are you ready to rediscover living without the burden of emotional distress? I am an experienced, warm, and compassionate clinical social worker with years of experience treating clients with a variety of mental health conditions. I received my social work degree at Fordham University in New York City. My first year of internship was in the public school system working with at-risk teens. During my second year, I worked with couples experiencing infertility and seeking adoption. I did my post-masters training in Couples and Family therapy at Ackerman Institute for the Family in New York City. I am a mother and step-mother to nine children and four dogs.  
12 Years Experience
Online in Buffalo, New York