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John Gartner, Ph.D.
185 Madison Ave (34th st)
15th Fl, office #5
New York, NY, 10016
P: 410-337-8207
I specialize in Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), Bipolar Disorder and Depression.
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Katherine Mazza
122 West 27th Street
New York, NY, 10001
P: 212-560-2264
Would you like a deeper understanding of yourself - what affects you, why you react, and how you can regulate your moods and behaviors? Therapy provides the insight into what makes you tick, so that you can pick and choose what serves you best in your life. Call today 212-560-2264.
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Katherine Rabinowitz, LP, M.A. NCPsyA
80 East 11th Street Suite # 618
New York, NY, 10003
P: 212-228-2424
If you're looking for a therapist, probably something is not right in your life. Either you're feeling stuck in patterns that no longer serve you well and you just don't know how to get out of them or maybe you're feeling depressed or anxious and there doesn't seem to be an explanation, or you're having problems with career, family or a relationship. In a safe environment with a therapist who can listen and understand in a non-judgmental, empathic yet perceptive and insightful way it is possible to work on these issues. In therapy we can try to understand how you came to be the person you are today, what parts of you no longer fit your image of who you want to be, what you might like to cultivate instead, and the best way to get there.
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Mr. Mark Chatkin, LCSW
19 West 34th Street
Penthouse
New York, NY, 10001
P: 212-947-7111 ( ext.213)
I have worked with adults, adolescents, and children for the past 30 years.I specialize in treating anxiety and depressive disorders It is my belief that the client and therapist need to work together in order discuss the problems and develop methods to reduce those problems and develop effective coping mechanisms that will last for a lifetime.
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Mrs. Hanna Fogel, LMFT
5 W 86th St. #1A
New York, NY, 10024
P: 617-283-1000

Mrs Hanna Fogel is located in New York, NY. The office is listed under the following categories: Therapist.

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Rosalie Fine, LCSW-R
110 East 71st Street
New York, NY, 10021
P: (212) 479-7804
Rosalefine.com
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Katherine Mazza
122 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
8 Garden Street, Rhinebeck, NY 12572
New York, NY, 10001
P: (212) 560-2264
Relationship is a stage in which we re-cast the characters that will now meet our needs. It is always enlightening to learn how our earliest longings are in fact the same longings we have in current intimate relationship. By connecting these dots, we gain freedom from the trap of repetition, so we can be present in reality, communicating clearly and loving purely.
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Adam Jacobson, LCSW
420 West End Avenue (80th Street)
New York, NY, 10024
P: 212-875-1867
I am an experienced clinician. I have worked successfully with a wide range of patients and keep a diverse practice because I highly value the experience of working with people from different backgrounds and lifestyles. My patient roster reflects this. Over the years I have collaborated with patients to help them gain mastery over issues ranging from anxiety to low self-image to addiction to relationships and many other issues as well. Younger and older patients of both genders and all sexual orientations have spent time in my office diligently working towards their goals.
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Linda Turner, LCAT, ATR-BC
41 Union Square West
17th St./Bdwy
New York, NY, 10003
P: 917-445-7587
F: N/A
O: N/A
In doing art psychotherapy, we will work together in a supportive, open and creative environment, on your path of growth and change. Whether you are an adult, teen or interested in my working with your child, art psychotherapy offers a unique and meaningful approach to exploring and resolving a variety of issues and challenges. Accepting new patients, call 917-445-7587 for more information.
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Jennifer Breslow, LCAT, ATR-BC, CASAC
5 West 20th Street
New York, NY, 10010
P: 646 481 5228
O: 646-553-4104
Why am I feeling like this? How could I be happier? Which choice do I make? Why can't I move on? How do I get "unstuck?" People often seek psychotherapy when they are trying to answer an unresolved question. I believe that you already hold the answers to your questions and it is my role to help you find those answers.