Chloe Carmichael, PhD
230 Park Ave, 10th floor, New York, NJ
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.
Phyllis Gildston, PhD, LMFT, LMHC, LSLP
Marriage & Family Therapist; Mental Health Counselor; SLP
Amsterdam Ave. & 70th Street, New York, NJ
I am, technically, not a "Psychologist" by license. I am, however a "psychologist" by practice. I elected to become licensed in two other areas instead: Marriage and Family Therapist and Mental Health Counselor. Take a look at my profile on my website where all of my accomplishments are listed. You can then decide if I may be of help to you.
Bennett Pologe, Ph.D.
330 west 58th street - suite 601, new york, NJ
A psychologist is trained and specializes in human feeling, human communication, what goes wrong with these, and how we can fix what goes wrong. Only someone with a Ph.D or Psy.D in psychology (typically 5 years of graduate school) followed by a year or two of post-doctoral supervised experience and then a (passed!) licensing exam can identify themselves as a psychologist. Of the various kinds of counselors, psychologists typically have the most and broadest training in the many facets of human emotional/psychological issues, especially in psychotherapy. If you don't have specific reasons to see a particular counselor of another type, it would probably be wise to start with a psychologist to be sure you're considering all possibilities as you assess what's going on.
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)
Carolyn AlRoy, Psy.D.
19 West 34th St., Penthouse, New York, NJ
My approach is mainly psychodynamic and psychoanalytic, which addresses mental and emotional blocks, which we will identify in the first three sessions. I sometimes use other techniques: interpersonal, which involves a focus on relationships and uses the relationship with the therapist to gain insight. I also appreciate cognitive therapy, with it's emphasis on measuring and identifying progress, which can be clarifying and encouraging in short or long term therapy. I provide a gentle supportive approach that is tailored to your personality and needs. It is often most difficult to focus on the things that we don't like about ourselves - although if we can do that, change is possible.
David Layman, PhD, ABPP
Clinical Neuropsychologist & Psychotherapist
226 26th Street, Floor 8, New York, NJ
As a clinical neuropsychologist who specializes in trauma and its impact on the lives of individuals and couples, I place emphasis on the basic facts about how the brain works--and how it doesn't work. This is important because most suffering happens when we fight with the reality of how the brain works; such that as we get in on some basic facts about how our brains work, we can learn to work with it rather than against it. We can begin to experience the peace and understanding that we have longed for. We can get to the bottom of why it's so hard to get other people to "get it." He can better understand why our own brains don't seem to cooperate when we need it to the most. We can get free from the suffering. My approach works off the assumption...(view profile to read more)
New York Behavioral Health, Ph.D.
New York Behavioral Health
330 Madison Avenue, New York, NJ
Our psychologists are warm, caring professionals who use the most effective treatments for a variety of issues. New York Behavioral Health psychologists utilize Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), traditional Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing and other scientifically supported treatments. Whether you are suffering from anxiety, depression, addiction, worries, guilt, procrastination, relationship problems, anger, or difficulties at work, our team is here to help.
Joseph Cilona, Psy.D.
Chelsea & Midtown locations, New York, NJ
I provide both therapy and coaching services. In therapy, rather than emphasizing what's "wrong" or "missing," I focus on mobilizing the unique strengths and resources you already possess to facilitate the changes you want to see in your life. My coaching services focus what you want, what's holding you back, and on achieving your desires as quickly and effectively as possible. Although issues from the past may be discussed, coaching is present- and future-focused and addresses these issues only as they relate to your current life and future goals.
Vaia Delidimitropulu, Ph.D
31-09 37th street, Astoria, NJ
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.
Michael Bednarski, PhD
120 Broadway - 38th Floor, New York, NJ
My approach to therapy is based on the deeply held value that every person is different. As a result, we should not use a cookie-cutter approach in our work with clients. Rather we should help people unlock the unique strengths and potential the coincide with the problems life presents to us. I strongly believe that, for most people, therapy should be a short-term process that builds on an open, creative, and collaborative relationship between the psychologist and the client. This short-term approach should also provide clients with the skills needed to continue to address life's challenges as well as to enjoy the joys of life, love, work, and relationships after treatment ends.