Annie Block Pearl, M.S.
4323 Noyac Road, Sag Harbor, New York 11963
My practice of Integrative Psychotherapy operates at the convergence of body, mind and spirit. You will progress towards your goals more rapidly because our approach is respectful, organic and wholistic. I know that within you are the seeds for your own personal healing. In our work together you will access your inner guidance and gain tools that you may continue to apply for your own growth and evolution. Self-limiting patterns will be released and you will find and express greater peace and fulfillment.
Kevin Fleming Ph.D.
Long Island, New York 11962
James Hillman once said, "We've had a hundred years of psychotherapy and the world is getting worse." While there are many occasions where the validation and listening endemic to psychotherapy makes sense, there are times where we over assume that "feeling better" and "changing behavior" are the same. Grey Matters International, Inc. goes after the forgotten brain laws to behavior change that therapists miss when processing hours and hours of dialogues with people. Utilizing a cutting edge technology to facilitate the emotional process of change, we can make the therapy process way more effective, faster, and with less money spent. Contact email@example.com or 877-606-6161.
Wayne Gurnick, MS, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
250 Montauk Highway, East Moriches, New York 11940
Below are seven key findings in over ninety studies of psychotherapy demonstrating the importance of therapist qualities. • There is a significant relationship between the therapeutic alliance and therapy outcome. • Therapists who provide empathy have better outcome. • Therapists who work toward a consensus and agreed upon set of goals with clients have a better outcome. • Therapists who are warmly accepting of their clients without conditions have a better outcome. • Therapists willing to share of their lives and are genuine and communicate their person to clients fare better. • Therapists who provide consistent feedback are more successful. • Therapists willing to accept responsibility in part when things do not go as planned have better outcome. (PsychologyToday)
Joseph Volpe, Ph.D.
Clinical and School Psychologist
Commack, Babylon, Roslyn Heights, Miller Place, New York 11764
We use Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) when working with children and adults. This is a scientifically-based and very successful method to treat anxiety, depression and many other conditions. This can help clients see how distortions in their picture of what's going on in their life can make them feel anxious, depressed or angry for no good reason. Behavior therapy helps people modify the connections between problematic situations and their habitual reactions to them.
Suzanne Sutch, MA, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
100 Main Street, Old Saybrook, Connecticut 06475
I have worked with clients in a variety of clinical settings and with a wide range of clients from various gender, age groups and backgrounds. Seeking out therapy is a personal choice and people chose to begin treatment for many different reasons. My approach with treatment is to join with client in a open, safe and non-judgmental environment to allow the client the space to pursue their own personal exploration and growth. Working with a therapist can help provide insight, support and new strategies for all types of life's challenges.