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Dr. Leslie Feher, Ph.D.
9115 Ridge Blvd
Brooklyn, NY, 11209
P: 347-517-4607
You are entitled to a full life with beneficial rather than destructive relationships. I give you the mental tools and you do the work to achiieve this. Reach high and allow yourself a better existence through the magic and mental adventure of the counseling experience. Please feel to contact me at DrLFeher@aol.com or 347-517-4607 for more information or to make an appointment.

East Northport

Marlene N. Kasman, Ph.D
163 Townline Road
East Northport, NY, 11731
P: 631-368-5566
F: 631-368-1934
Are you feeling bogged down ? Are your relationships disappointing? Is the stress getting to you? Are you burdened by guilt or responsibilities? You do deserve a better quality of life. I am committed to helping you free yourself from some of the old baggage and enhance your life.

Hopewell Junction

Randy W. Green, Ph.D
7 Valdemar Drive
Hopewell Junction, NY, 12533
P: 845-226-2356
Unique, positive outcomes based on shifting focus to possibilities from problems. Learn to have... the experience of YOUR life!


Dr. Patricia Pitta, Ph.D
35 Bonnie Heights Road
Manhasset, NY, 11030
P: 516-627-3056
"My goal is to help you find the strength to review life's troubling issues and form new perceptions. My approach is called "Integrative Family Therapy" which focuses on two aspects: how you function as an individual and how you relate to others helping you to heal."

New York

Grace Conroy
165 West End Avenue
New York, NY, 10023
P: 212-787-5555
English and Polish speaking psychotherapist with 20+ years experience helping my clients move forward in their lives through therapy and communication.
Dr. Joseph Cilona, PsyD
236 W 27th St, Suite 8RW-B
New York, NY, 10001
P: 212-231-8262
Dr. Cilona is a licensed clinical psychologist, personal coach, author, and psychology expert for media and television.
Dr. Marc A. Tallent, Ph.D
51 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY, 10003
P: 212-645-5795
Are you seeking better relationships, greater career success, or relief from emotional distress? I will work with you empathically and supportively to overcome the obstacles to living the life you want. My office is a safe, nonjudgmental environment where you can feel comfortable expressing yourself openly.
Bennett Pologe, Ph.D.
330 West 58th Street, Suite 601
New York, NY, 10019
P: 212-774-9499
Psychotherapy is rational and accessible. It is not some esoteric, undefinable, mystical process that only some people can grasp, a faith that only converts believe in and others do not. It is a logical process which anyone can understand and follow. There is no reason for anything in a session to be unreasonable or mysterious. On the contrary, in good psychotherapy every step should make complete sense to you, the patient; you may end up in strange territory, but it should be entirely clear to you how you got there.
Dr. Daniel G. Ratner, Psy.D, MA
50 Lexington Ave., Level C
Professional Suites
New York, NY, 10010
P: 347-669-5006
SPECIALIZING IN WORK WITH YOUNG ADULTS, AND IN THE ALLEVIATION OF PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS DERIVING FROM PSYCHOLOGICAL CAUSES Throughout my clinical work, I have found that building a strong connection with my clients -- based on trust, genuine and honest communication, empathy, and warmth -- has been the key ingredient...
Dr. Marc Handelman, Ph.D
611 West 111 Street
New York, NY, 10025
P: 212-678-1568
My view of therapy tends to be nonconventional. I'm more interested in helping people find a meaningful way of approaching their lives than thinking in terms of diagnosis. I focus on growth and change through insight into experience and feelings. I do not do behavioral therapy. If we could think our way out o...