My name is Sheila Kaminski, Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a MSW degee from New York University. As a Psychotherapist, I provide individual and couples therapy for adults using an eclectic modality of treatment including Object Relations, Self-Psychology, Ego Psychology, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychodynamic Psychology, Attachment Theory, Relaxation Techniques, and EFT. I have provided individual and couple psychotherapy for adults with a variety of mental health issues including Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Mood Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Complicated Bereavement. I have also worked with individuals with marital and parenting issues.
My name is Joel Aronowitz, Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a MSW degree in clinical social work in behavioral health from Rutgers University. I am also a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor and I have worked extensively with individuals confronting a range of problems such as depression and anxiety, often accompanied by problems with alcohol, drugs, gambling, and other compulsive patterns. As a therapist, I consider myself to be guided by an over-arching Humanistic philosophy...that is to say that the work being done is client-centered, strengths-based and self-determined. The treatment models I use vary according to what makes sense, and what feels comfortable for a given person.
In some cases a Psychodynamic or Interpersonal approach might be taken, in other cases we might use Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) techniques, Mindfulness techniques, or Expressive Art Therapy techniques with drawing, journaling and/or music. Usually, the therapy is a combination of these and other approaches. I also facilitate therapy groups and support groups. Finally, I have considerable experience working with people with Autism and their families, as well as with individuals and families impacted by a variety of congenital or acquired disabilities and conditions, including Cerebral Palsy, ALS, Parkinson's, Multiple Sclerosis, and so on.
My name is Jill Jonas, Licensed Social Worker with a MSW in Social Work from New York University. I am passionate about providing my clients with the tools they need to make necessary changes for a more productive and mindful lifestyle. I guide my clients to work through life situations past and present ; allowing them to ultimately achieve life goals. I specialize in individual, family and couples therapy. As each client is unique so are the therapeutic techniques. I look forward to working with you. Always remember "it's progress not perfection".
My name is Audrey Mayer. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a MSW degree from Rutgers University and a Master’s degree in Communication Arts. I believe that we all have a need to feel valued and connected, but that’s not always easy to create or sustain for ourselves or with others. This can influence how we manage our lives and relationships. Therapy takes courage and strength; I strive to create a safe, comfortable environment where trust and connection are the foundation of the therapeutic relationship.
There are as many models for treatment as there are clients, therefore I tailor effective modalities toward your well-being which will modify as we progress. For me, psychotherapy is a dynamic art that is capable of creating extraordinary shifts in the lives of individuals, couples and families. My counseling techniques rely on continually researched evidence-based practice and an alliance that is created by our work together.
My Name is Jackie Shull, Licensed Social Worker, with a MSW degree from New York University. As a psychotherapist I work with adults, adolescents, couples and families. I am also very tied to the LGBT community and have a strong compassion and understanding for those struggling with issues surrounding their sexuality. All clients’ struggles are unique and I believe it is essential to develop a plan for treatment that works for them to meet their goals.
I tend to follow a strengths based perspective where the goal is minimizing the weaknesses and maximizing the strengths of the client. Client empowerment is the central theme to this approach. So often, complications that arise within ones self or in their interpersonal relationships are trauma related. It can be very difficult to relive these traumas and it is key to develop a trusting and safe environment. I am here to help develop that environment for you and guide you along your road of healing, empowerment and self-discovery.
My name is Lisa Schnall, Licensed Cjinical Social Worker with a MSW degree from New York University and a Masters degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education. As a Psychotherapist, I work with Individuals, couples, children, and families using an integrative approach. While object relations and attachment theories are the basis for my work, mindfulness and relaxation techniques are tools I use in conjunction with these theories. In addition to my education, I have 25 years of experience teaching meditation and yoga, which gives you insight when incorporating these approaches. I look forward to our work together. I am here to guide you with authenticity and empathy in a non-judgemental supportive environment.
Asking for help can be difficult. We are expected to juggle friends, family, education, work all while managing the curve balls life all too often throws our way. This is challenging and can leave us feeling overwhelmed, inadequate, insecure, fearful, and just plain exhausted. As a psychotherapist, my intention is to provide a safe, nonjudgemental environment for you to explore, identify, challenge and overcome what is preventing you from achieving your goals.
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a master’s degree from New York University and a wide range of experience working with individuals coping with depression, anxiety, addiction, loss/grief, trauma, physical illness and disabilities, life transitions, and relationship and communication issues. I believe the therapeutic process should be as individual and unique as the person who seeks it. I am comfortable with a variety of different techniques and tailor the experience accordingly to be of maximum benefit to your personality and concerns. My goal is to collaborate with you to discover and hone the skills you already have, while providing new tools and perspectives to aid you in feeling confident in yourself and hopeful for the future.
My name is Jackie Auriemma and I am a Licensed Social Worker with a Masters of Social Work from New York University. I am also a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor with a background in substance use disorders and codependency. I have extensive experience working with both individuals and families, helping clients take manageable steps toward achieving lasting and meaningful change. Through awareness, education and a variety of evidenced based treatment techniques, we can work together to improve your overall emotional well-being. I consider it a privilege to work with you and support your growth!
My name is Katherine L. Puder, Licensed Social Worker. I have a Master of Science Degree in Social Work, a Doctor of Public Health Degree in Sociomedical Sciences, a Master of Public Health Degree in Health Policy and Administration from Columbia University, and a Bachelor of Arts (A.B.) Degree in Political Science and Pre-Medical Studies from Barnard College of Columbia University. My practice is evidence-based, and I utilize eclectic and different, therapeutic modalities tailored to fit a client’s unique needs.
My theoretical framework is based on the model that social stress is harmful to an individual’s emotional, mental, and physical health. My goal is to develop a life-affirming relationship with my client who is interested in achieving better quality of life, acquire more effective coping skills to manage life’s challenges, and enjoy greater life satisfaction from relationships. My practice is diverse, and I treat a wide-range of clients with varying issues and emotional needs, including persons with acute and chronic medical illness
My name is Lisa Sonnenberg, Licensed Social Worker with a MSW from New York University.
I specialize working with children (10 and up), adolescents, individuals, family and couples in the following areas: behavioral and sexual issues, anxiety, depression, relationship challenges (marriage/couples, divorce, separation), parenting challenges, phase-of-life changes including grief, loss and bereavement, life stresses and next steps. So many changes happen throughout life, and I am passionate about guiding my clients to draw on their own strengths and realize their potential to live fulfilling, happy lives. I use a strengths-based, person-centered approach tailored to the unique needs of each individual. With compassion and support, I guide clients in overcoming obstacles, to heal, thrive and live their best lives.