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Brooklyn, New York therapist: Kensington Wellness, licensed professional counselor
Feminist

Kensington Wellness

Licensed Professional Counselor, LMHC, MHC-LP
Our team has experience with a wide range of presenting concerns and treatment modalities. Our approach is holistic, individualized and affirming.  
12 Years Experience
In-Person Near Staten Island, NY
Online in Staten Island, New York
New York City, New York therapist: Emily Scott, licensed clinical social worker
Feminist

Emily Scott

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
I am a fat, queer, cisgender therapist who knows the importance of feeling seen and understood by your therapist. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community I want to offer gender and queer-affirming services to those who identify as gay, lesbian, transgender, TGNC, gender non-conforming, genderqueer, gender fluid, intersex, CNM, polyamorous, kink, and questioning. I also believe in the importance of sharing space for multiple identities and being a culturally competent provider.  
5 Years Experience
Online in Staten Island, New York
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Feminist

Desiree Woehrle

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW, SIFI
Desiree is a lifelong New Yorker and mental health counselor of over 13 years, highly trained in evidence-based practices of varying styles in order to reach a broad range of client learning styles, presenting issues, communication styles and preferences. Specializing in anxiety, trauma and creativity, scheduling a free discovery call is the first step towards working together. During the call I will ask about your goals, answer any questions you may have and share what our work together can look like. I look forward to starting this journey with you.  
13 Years Experience
Online in Staten Island, New York
Santa Fe, New Mexico therapist: Truth Berenson, licensed clinical social worker
Feminist

Truth Berenson

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
I offer counseling and coaching for individuals of all genders, sexualities, racial identities, and family formations. My work is rooted in developing a strong therapeutic relationship. Within the counselor-client connection, clients are invited to explore relational dynamics and to safely become more honest with themselves and others. Through collaboration, I support clients to clearly identify boundaries, honor desires, and expand their capacity to tap into innate resources. My approach is informed by psychodynamic theory, spiritual and archetypal counseling, parts work, creative arts therapy, and goal-oriented coaching in addition to somatic interventions. These coupled with a client-centered and anti-oppressive lens facilitate changes that are both radical and sustainable. Areas of specialty include: partnership and family conflict, self doubt, guilt & shame, eating disorders & body image, gender, sexuality, LGBTQIA+ experiences, transitioning, PTSD, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, addiction, attachment, polyamory, family dynamics, interpersonal and communal conflict, spiritual growth, strengthening intuition, political identity, financial stability, transitions, and creative blocks. ​ My therapeutic style is intuitive, fierce, and nurturing. With passion and humor, I approach each person with deep respect for the grace and grit of human experience and an abiding trust in each individual's capacity for growth and resilience. I also support couples struggling to navigate both the inevitable and unexpected challenges of partnership. Every partnership has unique strengths and challenges and even the strongest relationships sometimes need help weathering life's hardships, be they related to health concerns, finances, sexuality and intimacy, children, work stress, extended family, etc. Couples counseling can help partners improve communication, develop a deeper understanding of each other's experiences, increase awareness of intentions and impact, and relate to each other with compassion and curiosity rather than judgment. I support couples to make collaborative decisions and move through conflict with courage, honesty, and mutual respect. ​Partners learn communication and deescalation skills, develop resiliency, and grow as individuals and partners. Together we can identify and heal attachment wounds, explore power dynamics, and build trust.  
11 Years Experience
In-Person Near Staten Island, NY
Online in Staten Island, New York
West Hollywood, California therapist: Dr. Ingrid Solano, psychologist
Feminist

Dr. Ingrid Solano

Psychologist, PhD
I see myself as an intuitive, creative, informed, and highly trained Clinical Psychologist that provides a safe, nonjudgmental, and transformative environment. Therapy with me fosters a deep sense of engagement and connection, a sense of feeling heard and understood, and clarity where there was previously ambiguity. I have a passion for the importance of relationships, authentic living, self-acceptance, and the complex experiences of those who hold multiple identities. I specialize in hard to talk about topics that are often stigmatized or concealed.  I treat clients who are dealing with a variety of concerns including depression, anxiety, co-dependency, interpersonal problems (i.e., couples therapy, sex therapy), stigma/discrimination, childhood/adult sexual trauma, shame and guilt (among others). I specialize in non-traditional/diverse  relationships and sexuality, complex PTSD, LGBTQIA+ affirming therapy, and the unique stressors of being a creative.  I work well with curious individuals who are motivated to grow, share, be vulnerable, and play in therapy and in their lives. Creativity and curiosity in psychotherapy allows both of us to explore, question, imagine, and reflect on thoughts and experiences with depth and authenticity. Together we explore more flexible ways of thinking and relating to others. I offer evidence-based therapies from a curious, nonjudgmental philosophy. No matter where you have been, evidence-based therapies focus on changing the now. I strive to help my clients experience the world mindfully, and in accordance with their personal values. Through our work in cultivating an affirming, authentic, and non-judgmental therapeutic relationship, I provide support while we collaboratively deconstruct what is causing distress in your life and preventing you from being your most effective and authentic self. Individual therapy facilitates insight and growth, becoming more effective at actualizing your values, and building more authentic relationships with yourself and with others. While there are many forms of therapy you can pursue, my expertise is in time-limited, evidence-based Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies (CBT), the Unified Protocol for emotional disorders, and third wave CBT such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Mindfulness based interventions. (I do have experience in, and practice, an eclectic arrangement of other modalities as well-- when applicable or specifically requested.) We explore thoughts, beliefs, and understanding, while also prioritizing behavioral processes that focus on your contexts and the functions of how you relate to your internal experiences. CBT is designed to help individuals notice and shift their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in order to get relief from painful emotions such as anxiety and sadness.  
11 Years Experience
In-Person Near Staten Island, NY
Online in Staten Island, New York
Manhattan, New York therapist: Jasmine Gelber, therapist
Feminist

Jasmine Gelber

Therapist, LMSW
I approach our work through deep listening and attention to your singular experience. You may be coming to seek relief from troubling thoughts, difficulties in relating to others, or physical symptoms of anxiety or depression. I facilitate an unfolding process where you can give voice to your conflicts, relationships, desires, and memories, sometimes for the first time. Together, we can find insight where you feel stuck and find relief where you feel pain. I attend closely to the social and political forces in our lives — the ways in which race, class, gender, sexuality, and body/mind all interact. Working through an anti-oppressive lens, I hope to shed new light on parts of your experience that feel intolerable or unknowable. I work with adults and adolescents in individual treatment and relationship therapy. I also work with children in play therapy, where I am equipped to help children process emotional difficulties, complex family dynamics, and environmental changes. Many of those I work with are queer, trans, and/or seeking support around marginalized sexualities and relationship structures.  
1 Years Experience
In-Person Near Staten Island, NY
Online in Staten Island, New York
Manhattan, New York therapist: MICHELE KABAS, licensed clinical social worker
Feminist

MICHELE KABAS

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW , CEDS
I offer you a welcoming compassionate safe space to share all that you have been struggling with and holding inside. Beacause of my easy to talk to manner along with my 35 years of experience as a therapist I am comfortable putting you at ease with whatever it is that you need to work on or have been afraid to share with anyone. In my space you are accepted exactly as you are without judgement. I would love the opportunity to help you on your healing journey. Feel free to email or call me for a free 15 Minute consultation and see if we are a good fit.  
In-Person Near Staten Island, NY
Manhattan, New York therapist: Asha Kadir, counselor/therapist
Feminist

Asha Kadir

Counselor/Therapist, MHC-LP
I'm here to help you both solve your immediate concerns and live more fully into the strength and beauty of yourself. I'm a compassionate and culturally-competent therapist and counselor, with an interest in working with individuals and couples including on all kinds of issues I believe we can all experience helping people move towards a better and healthier life. I'm trained in DBT, CBT, compassion focused therapy and couples work, and I especially enjoy working with people bringing issues concerning race, culture, religion and spirituality. I offer a free 15-minute consultation with anyone interested in working with me, and I look forward to speaking with you about what you want to accomplish in therapy.  
2 Years Experience
In-Person Near Staten Island, NY
Online in Staten Island, New York
Manhattan, New York therapist: Tala Abu Rahma, counselor/therapist
Feminist

Tala Abu Rahma

Counselor/Therapist, LMSW
As an Arab-American therapist of color, I understand the value of working with a therapist who understands different cultural backgrounds, and believes that political and social structures create and worsen depression and anxiety symptoms. I will help you grow through empowerment, self-exploration, and building on your inner strengths. We may also explore your core beliefs about yourself and identify how these narratives are playing out in your life. Our work will help you develop and maintain healthy relationships, develop positive coping strategies, shift thinking and behaviors, or come into a confident self. We will work collaboratively to develop a treatment plan and I will meet you where you are with empathy and acceptance. My approach is an integration of psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral modalities, which means I will explore the way you experienced the world from birth until present to identify habits and behaviors that have become roadblocks to living in alignment with the person you want to be.  
4 Years Experience
In-Person Near Staten Island, NY
Online in Staten Island, New York
Manhattan, New York therapist: Dr. Erica Gardner-Schuster, psychologist
Feminist

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
In-Person Near Staten Island, NY
Online in Staten Island, New York