Chloe Carmichael, PhD
230 Park Ave, 10th floor, New York, New York 10169
Dr. Chloe Carmichael is an expert psychologist who specializes in CBT for anxiety, relationships, and goal attainment. Dr. Chloe holds a PhD in clinical psychology from Long Island University, which is an APA-approved program that admits fewer than 10% of its applicants. She also earned her BA with highest honors (summa cum laude) and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Columbia University. You can work with Dr. Chloe directly, or she can oversee your treatment if you work with one of her eight Masters-level associates. You may also want to try her online CBT for anxiety program, www.AnxietyWebinar.com.
The Imago Way, Psy.D. & L.C.S.W.
Licensed Psychologist & Licensed Social Worker
320 Orienta Avenue, Mamaroneck, New York 10543
For me, psychotherapy begins with a solid therapeutic relationship. When there is safety and trust, healing and growth can occur. Respect for my clients and professionalism is of utmost importance to me. I have a kind, genuine, and candid nature which helps clients relate to me and feel comfortable. I believe that feeling heard and understood and empathized with by someone who really cares about you is healing.
Vaia Delidimitropulu, Ph.D
31-09 37th street, Astoria, New York 11103
My approach to therapy involves setting goals and developing specific strategies for achieving these goals. I also use Biofeedback and Neurotherapy for achieving maximum success for the full recovery of my patients. At Aristotle’s Psychological and Biofeedback Services our mission is to always provide the highest quality, professional mental health services. Our professional staff is compassionate, well trained, experienced, and maintains the highest standards of ethical practice and client confidentiality.
Kristin Schaefer Schiumo, Ph.D.
I believe that true and lasting healing comes from a willingness to deeply experience and explore the emotions related to your present and past experiences. Unexamined feelings tend to lead to painful and unwanted symptoms. By understanding and experiencing your feelings and emotions, you will be able to grieve. In this case, grieving is the letting go of emotion, which then makes room for new, positive and effective emotions, thoughts and behaviors. I believe that therapy is not magic e or a quick fix, but is a process that requires work, faith and commitment. This journey includes a number of approaches, which may include challenging negative or self-sabotaging beliefs or learning relaxation or mindfulness strategies. It is a wonderful process...(view profile to read more)