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Manhattan, New York therapist: Dr. Erica Gardner-Schuster, psychologist
Serving Pacific Islander

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
Manhattan, New York therapist: Jim Stangarone, licensed clinical social worker
Serving Pacific Islander

Jim Stangarone

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW, Certified psychodramatist (CP)
I am an LCSW and Certified psychodramatist . I treat children, adolescents, and adults who are confronting a wide range of challenges. With experience in treating alcoholism and addictions, my focus is on helping people recover from a history of severe trauma, sexual abuse, and narcissistic abuse.  
19 Years Experience
Online in Buffalo, New York
Kingston, New York therapist: Creative Now Therapy, registered psychotherapist
Serving Pacific Islander

Creative Now Therapy

Registered Psychotherapist, LCAT, ATR-BC, Gestalt Psychotherapy Certified, Developmental Somatic Psychotherapy Certified
Finding relief and healing can be daunting, how do we even start? How do we ask for help? Maybe you feel that you shouldn’t need help or that you don’t deserve it. Maybe you’re used to saying, “I’m fine,” but you feel lonely, lost, and stuck. It's frustrating when you know there's life, a story, a voice, inside you longing to be expressed, but you just can’t seem to figure out how to reconnect. We're here with you, and we're here to help you be with you. Book your free initial consultation call with us today. We (Cris, Autumn, Lavender, and Christine) are trained in talk therapy, eco art therapy, and body-centered/somatic psychotherapy. These modalities can help you tap into core issues to resolve deep patterns. Through creative interventions and attending to your body, we believe you can generate more understanding of your struggles to enact behavior change and growth immediately.  
16 Years Experience
Online in Buffalo, New York
New York City, New York therapist: Peace of Mind Mental Health Counseling Services P.C., licensed mental health counselor
Serving Pacific Islander

Peace of Mind Mental Health Counseling Services P.C.

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)
At Peace of Mind Mental Health Counseling Services P.C., we are committed to providing culturally informed and inclusive mental health services to the BIPOC community and women. Our team recognizes the unique challenges faced by these communities due to systemic inequities, stigmas, and discrimination. We strive to create a safe and supportive environment where individuals can explore their feelings, heal, and thrive. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and embark on your mental health journey  
9 Years Experience
Online in Buffalo, New York
 therapist: Jessenia Ramirez, licensed mental health counselor
Serving Pacific Islander

Jessenia Ramirez

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC
Jessenia Ramirez oversees Capaz Counseling and is a Latina Licensed Mental Health Counselor specializing in Attachment and Trauma Therapy. She serves all folx residing in New York who seek understanding of how their patterns have been shaped and how there is capacity for growth within those patterns. She welcomes all identities, and specializes in supporting Latinx/e, LGBTQIAGNC, and BIPOC professionals and young adults. Jessenia has provided therapy to those in hospital, non-profit, and community mental health clinic settings. She’s worked with adults, children, and families throughout the years. Ultimately, her experiences led to her focus on exploring patterns that often appear in anxiety, depression, interpersonal trauma, and identity development all of which informs the relational lens practice that is Capaz Counseling. Jessenia supports the view that wellness is an act of resistance and uses therapy to affirm, empower, and inform. She centers her work on helping folx understand how their parts of self is shaped by their encounters, and how they can ultimately form a different pattern that supports the resilience that already lies within them.  
10 Years Experience
Online in Buffalo, New York