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Gary Trosclair, LCSW, DMA
Psychotherapist, LCSW, Certified Jungian Analyst
Location: 16 Hollywood Avenue East, Tuckahoe
Anxiety and stress can disable us and can take the joy out of life. They often result from efforts to control that which is beyond our control. But they can also be related to a lack of confidence in our ability to take care of ourselves, a loss of faith in our strength. My own approach is person-based rather than symptom-based: I work with you as a whole person to see how we can help you to learn and grow through the challenges that are presented to you, and to help to draw out the parts of or personality that it has not felt safe to integrate, such as strength and assertion. While we need to help you question faulty assumptions in your thinking, I find that it is also helpful to look at the big....
The Imago Way
Licensed Psychologist & Licensed Social Worker
Location: 320 Orienta Avenue, Mamaroneck
I teach clients tools that they can use to help calm them when they are feeling stressed. I also teach clients specific strategies to keep their stress and anxiety-related thoughts from interfering with their lives. I give clients positive and adaptive responses to stress. I explore with clients the root of their their fears and the importance of not letting those fears keep them from doing the things they want to do.
Hal Brickman, LCSW, RCSW, CSW, MSW, BA, CHT
NYS LIC. CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER
Location: 23 Linwood Road South, Port Washington
Most people who suffer from excessive anxiety are suffering from a form of stage-fright. Some anxiety is genetically based. Some is culturally based. Hal encourages his clients to verbalize their anxieties so they understand it genesis. Which in turn eventually leads to confidence that they can learn to calm themselves down. Hal gives each client exercises to use to lower levels of anxiety and to find creative ways to modulate areas in their life that foment stress.
Zarna Shah, MA, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Location: 311 North Street, White Plains
Anxiety on certain levels is not only normal, but helps us to adapt to stressful situations, such as when taking a test and recognizing when we are in danger. However, when individuals experience recurrent psychological symptoms (e.g. worry, repetitive thoughts, nervousness, irritability, restlessness) and physical symptoms (e.g. sweaty palms, rapid heartbeat, difficulty breathing) while confronted with fearful situations or objects, that are real or imagined, produce the disorder. The building blocks of Anxiety disorder are panic attacks and phobias. A cognitive behavioral approach will help diminish anxiety related symptoms.
Iris McGuire, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Location: 20 Old Mamaroneck Road, White Plains
I teach cognitive behavioral methods of dealing with anxiety and stress, including coping techniques and relaxation training. As someone who has experienced these conditions, I understand where patients are coming from, and enjoy the process of helping them learn the skill I have mastered in a short a time as possible. I am told by patients that my having experienced their discomfort makes me understanding and more effective.
Donna Schinik, L.C.S.W.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Location: 311 North Street - ste. 203, White Plains
Most individuals will encounter stress and anxiety throughout different times in life. How you manage stress is of key importance. When stress and anxiety overwhelm us we lose our footing.
The Cognitive Behavioral approach to how we manage these stressors has become one of the most effective ways to regain control over our thoughts and behavior. Learning mindfulness techniques and recognizing ineffective thought patterns are tools you will learn to regain that footing.
Let's work together so stress and anxiety does not continually become so overwhelming. Life's stressors are manageable wen you employ the right tools.
Rev. Christopher Smith, LCAC, LMHC, LMFT
Helping you find wholeness...
Location: 948 East 156th Street, Bronx
Stress can be felt from feeling pressure at work (or from not working), from always being on the go but still finding not enough time in the day, from feeling more responsibilities than you can handle, from being unable to deal with small stressors when they come up, from finding some areas of your life having significant effects on other areas of your life, or from many other sources. You can get beyond the effects of this by discussing what is going on and finding alternate strategies to deal with situations. Christopher looks forward to heling you on this journey as you see to come to a place of wholeness and peace.
Walter Masterson, LCSW
Psychotherapy and Counseling
Location Near Therapist: Pelham, NY
A simple statement about the states of anxiety, depression and satisfaction might be: Depression is living in the past, Anxiety is living in the future, and satisfaction is living in the here and now. We have habitual patterns of thinking, and whole sets of beliefs underlying those patterns. Escaping from the grip of these is very enlivening. Just by taking the step of reaching out, the process begins.
Phyllis Gildston, PhD, LMFT, LMHC, LSLP
Marriage & Family Therapist; Mental Health Counselor; SLP
Location: 275 Middle Neck Road, Suite B-6, Great Neck
Does your heart sometimes start to race when you’re in a particular situation with certain people? Perhaps you even sweat or start to shake when you are asked a question or are expected to perform. Sometimes stress of a specific nature brings on these anxious feelings and sometimes you’re at a loss to know why you feel so uncomfortable. Embarrassment is often a component you wish to avoid. Hence you may deprive yourself of social interactions or have expectations of loved ones that they cannot fulfill. I have helped so many others who struggle with similar issues. My extensive training and experience allows me to select just those intervention techniques that can turn around your life.
Mary Kane, LCSW
Location: 171 East Post Road 3rd Fl., White Plains
Occasional moderate anxiety is normal and energizes us to become focused so we can meet challenges. But if a high degree of anxiety causes a person excessive fear or worry to an extent that it impacts family, relationships, workplace performance, ability to function or make decisions and such, a problem clearly exists. It is brought on by a variety of causes including undue pressure to excel, stress in a relationship, concern over a loved one’s self-injurious behaviors, overwork, adverse financial change, and much more. If left untreated, difficulties can escalate and cause more severe problems. Fortunately, it can be treated with a high degree of success.
Anxiety Pelham NY.
Anxiety disorders can affect anyone at any age. If you are suffering from panic attacks in New York or intense anxiety in Pelham NY, whether due to trauma, PTSD, stress, excessive worry, or struggling with an anxiety disorder, a licensed Pelham NY anxiety therapist or Pelham NY counselor who specializes in stress and panic will help. We hope you will contact a Theravive panic attack therapist Pelham NY for anxiety counseling in Pelham, NY, and discover a life that is worry free and equipped with tools to manage extreme stress.
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