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Brooklyn, New York therapist: Journeys, treatment center
Gottman Method

Journeys

Treatment Center, OASAS Certified
Journeys offers a strength-based, solution focused program that empowers our clients to become the engine of their recovery. If alcohol, drug use, or any other addictive behaviors are affecting your or a loved one's health, happiness or well-being, we welcome you to begin your journey. Our clinical team includes licensed and certified therapists with CASAC designation, a Medical Director/Psychiatrist, and student interns, all of whom bring a compassionate and humanistic approach to treatment. Clients may receive individual, group, or family counseling utilizing a variety of modalities such as dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness training, and 12-step supports. We also offer support groups for parents, siblings, and any loved ones or family members affected by addiction. While treatment can be hard work, we believe our clients can meet their goals and remain on the path of healing, growth, and lifelong recovery.  
7 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
Gottman Method

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
New York City, New York therapist: Jenna Sackman - Online/Virtual Therapy, licensed mental health counselor
Gottman Method

Jenna Sackman - Online/Virtual Therapy

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC, LPC
I specialize in working with individuals (children, teens and adults) and couples, and I am incredibly passionate about the work I do and the people with whom I have the honor to work. My areas of expertise are anxiety / stress, relationship challenges, conflict resolution, intrusive negative thoughts and patterns, loss/grief and depression. Most clients and couples choose to work with me because they are looking for nontraditional therapy that provides them with concrete skills to improve their everyday lives and/or address specific concerns. Holistic and integrative in my approach, I believe that there is no "one size fits all" in therapy. Therefore, I uniquely tailor therapy sessions to meet each client's needs and goals. With extensive experience and training in results oriented and solutions focused cognitive therapies, positive psychology, mindfulness, Buddhist Psychology, Gottman Method for Couples, meditation, and yoga, I offer creative approaches that result in meaningful change and growth. Above all, I am committed to creating therapeutic relationships that are built on trust, respect, transparency, empathy, honesty, and equality, and I always counsel from a nonjudgmental place of understanding and compassion. I am happy to offer a free 15 minute phone consultation to see how I can best support you! Why wait tomorrow when you can start today? Please reach out to schedule your free consultation on my calendar: https://calendly.com/jenna-sackman/phone-consultation  
6 Years Experience
Online in Staten Island, New York
West Hollywood, California therapist: Dr. Ingrid Solano, psychologist
Gottman Method

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
Kearny, New Jersey therapist: Brielle Layden, marriage and family therapist
Gottman Method

Brielle Layden

Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT
Hello and welcome! I specialize in working with young women (18-30) struggling with self esteem, anxiety, relationships, and family conflict. I also frequently work with transgender, gender non-conforming and nonbinary, and LGBQ+ identified adult individuals. For relional therapy, I see unmarried couples, polycules, and people practicing ENM. Please reach out to schedule a complimentary initial phone consultation so we can chat about what is bringing you to therapy and how we might be able to work together.  
9 Years Experience
In-Person Near Staten Island, NY
Online in Staten Island, New York
Manhattan, New York therapist: Dr. Erica Gardner-Schuster, psychologist
Gottman Method

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
Manhattan, New York therapist: Happy Apple - Center for Anxiety, Depression, & Couples, counselor/therapist
Gottman Method

Happy Apple - Center for Anxiety, Depression, & Couples

Counselor/Therapist, LMFT, LCSW, PhD, LMHC
Happy Apple offers virtual and in-office psychotherapy for a variety of ages and concerns. Among the most common reasons our adult clients see us are for the treatment of couples concerns, anxiety, stress, trauma, low self-worth, relationship struggles, depression, and life transitions. Children and teens often seek us out for help managing anxiety, depression, school and peer challenges, behavioral issues, trauma, self-harm, lgbtq concerns, worry, and low self-esteem. We treat our clients individually, as couples, as families, and in support groups. Adults often seek us out for the treatment of anxiety, depression, trauma, and couples counseling. Happy Apple therapists & coaches are compassionate, trustworthy, non-judgmental, and easy to talk to. Feel free to select your therapist, or let us recommend someone for you based on your unique therapy goals.  
18 Years Experience
In-Person Near Staten Island, NY
Online in Staten Island, New York
Bronx, New York therapist: Ms. Lorna Hayim-Baker, licensed clinical social worker
Gottman Method

Ms. Lorna Hayim-Baker

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, "R"LCSW
My goal as a therapist is to create a warm, supportive, genuine and safe environment where you alone or with your significant other feel comfortable sharing with me your negative repetitive pattern that prevents you from from sailing through your relationship more smoothly. I want to help you to reinvent your marriage or long term relationship so that your lives intersect in the same space so I can get the opportunity to teach you how to respect each other's differences and teach you how you can agree to disagree and yet you are still able to say "I love you." I can help you both to come up with a common love language when you are home and happy or not so happy; and I can also teach you another love language that works well publicly. One works well in the bedroom and the other works well in front of strangers. All couples must develop love languages that work well privately and publicly. I want your relationship to maintain the love that brought you together in the first place. You may wonder why your love is not consistent, and you may notice that the respect you once had for one another has dissipated and the personal meaning once attached to your relationship is no longer there.. Most couples in your situation have what I refer to as their own "dance of anger" that happens again and again and again. By this, I mean couples fight about different issues but the way that they fight takes on a repetitive negative pattern and that pattern is their way of expressing anger and/or rage, regardless of the argument at hand. I refer to the way that most couples argue and fight as their "dance of anger". Remember, you can't change your partner and that is why you need professional advice. I can be your "go to person" who can teach you how to effectively communicate when you once again have disagreements that can be a threat to the survival of your relationship. I only accept accept couples who really want to preserve their relationship and can tell me that they are willing to put in the hard work, because married monogamous relationships are difficult to sustain, but by taking your marriage vows seriously, you both signed up for a loving partnership for a lifetime. Taking your vows and dancing at your wedding is just not enough because everyone's life is difficult. Life is more like "a bowl of cherries" and despite the succulent juice from the cherries, you will still have to deal with "the pits." We can't always dance through our problems. Despite making yourselves an expensive wedding or having gone to the court to take your vows,-what all married couples dwell on is trust. Is one person feeling like they don't trust the other or both feel the same way when it comes to trust, then pick up your phone to call Lorna Hayim-Baker at Riverdale Therapy & Counseling Services. I offer a free phone consultation before accepting new couples. I tell the truth when I counsel couples, and therefore, I vet each couple before I agree to meet with them in an "in person session" to avoid sessions where one partner or both can blow up my session because their personality does not mesh well with mine. My heart goes out to everyone who is about to experience "a bad breakup" or "a disastrous divorce.". I go many extra miles for each and every couple who comes into my office. I try to understand their shared stories and having a shared story is a lot easier to problem solve because they are in sync; but more often than not, I have to hear out each partner because they each have different stories to tell. I decipher their own personal stories because, in reality, there are two different versions of the same presenting problem and then their is the third version which is the most realistic story. It is only fair to hear each partner's voice as they often come to session offering their own point of view, but if one pays close attention, it often seems like there are 2-3 different problems; but in reality, there are two different sides about he same problem and sometimes even a third side that the therapist discovers and is being presented by each person. All three stories are different versions of the same problem. All sides are carefully listened to and It takes time to hear each person's interpretation of the same arguments. All stories are aired and I do my best to come up with possible solutions by providing lots of feedback. Couples can disagree with me about possible solutions that are offered. I have become very attuned to my couples because I have been doing this type of therapy for a very long time. I listen carefully to their presenting problems before providing feedback. I am not always right but I am pretty intuitive at this point in my career. Someone must try to understand the couple who came in to preserve their relationship and the hope is that I, as their therapist will remain neutral and unbiased in order to shed light on why the couples are not hearing each other as they each struggle to voice their complaints. More often than not, one or both partners become very defensive and neither one is listening to the other and their fight escalates. That's why they need an unbiased and caring therapist to intervene and help the couple deescalate by having them share the details of the original complaint that turned into a communication breakdown. Couples begin fighting right in front of me & my job is to stop their dispute and call a halt to their bickering so we can examine why their communication pattern broke down in the first place. Both partners are acting out and becoming nasty and defensive. Each partner had the same wish, which was to have their voice heard as he or she expresses their own complaint. I need to point out when their wheels are spinning but they are getting nowhere and they are in fact, stuck. Couples need to stop and listen to each other so I can help them come up with a plan that can get them "unstuck." To be an effective couples' counselor means that at the end of the session, the couple walks out with a sense of having a shared understanding of their problems and with a shared sense of hope because they learned how to tackle the types of ineffective communications that lead to "blow out fights" Hopefully, I will be your therapist who teaches you how to not add fuel to the fire. I want to be part of the solution and teach couples how to stop turning molehills into mountains. I am the therapist who loves watching love as it grows and makes both partners seem so much more mature.  
18 Years Experience
In-Person Near Staten Island, NY
Lynbrook, New York therapist: Expressive Connections Mental Health Counseling, licensed mental health counselor
Gottman Method

Expressive Connections Mental Health Counseling

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC
From this point forward you are NOT alone! Asking for help in the first, and most difficult part of this process, and being here is a testament to your resilience. Expressive Connections Mental Health Counseling is a growing Group Practice with a staff of 12+ that works to empower you, your child/family to explore the inner most workings of and important messages communicated through the body in order to understand the physical and psychological manifestations of difficult to process emotions and experiences such as anxiety, trauma, anger/irritability, depression, ADHD, sadness, life transitions, relationship challenges and much more. We work to empower you and/or your child to improve your/their internal resources in order to gain awareness of your/their own strength and insight, and develop a stronger sense of self love to move through life's many challenges feeling both powerful and peaceful. We use trauma informed expressive arts, movement, CBT, emotional freedom techniques, intentional and respectful communication-based and family systems supported therapies to empower individuals, couples and families to improve their lives.  
4 Years Experience
In-Person Near Staten Island, NY
Online in Staten Island, New York
Rockville Centre, New York therapist: Hillary Call, licensed mental health counselor
Gottman Method

Hillary Call

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LMHC - Trauma & EMDR Therapist
Working with adult survivors of sexual assault, child abuse, domestic violence and other crimes, I’ve helped people overcome unspeakable atrocities. I'm a board-certified psychotherapist specializing in trauma and PTSD. Using EMDR, among other trauma-informed psychotherapies, I help clients just like you leave the past behind them, and live a happy, fulfilling life.  
8 Years Experience
In-Person Near Staten Island, NY
Online in Staten Island, New York