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Julian Cabezas

New York, New York

Julian Cabezas

MSW, Hunter College
Years in practice: 6
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Down-to-earth therapy for real humans and relationships. My psychotherapy interventions are founded on relationship building. My clients are diverse but connected by threads of wanting connection, curious about learning about themselves, looking for a place where their gender, sexuality, culture, and relationship orientations are affirmed. I work with many people; some identify as BIPOC, LGBTQQIP2SAA, kinky, non-monogamous, adult children of alcoholics, spiritual, and allies.

New York, New York
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Aaron Kogel Smucker

New York, New York

Aaron Kogel Smucker

MSW, Hunter College's Silberman School of Social Work
Years in practice: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I specialize in trauma and working with people who are impacted by stress, depression, anxiety, addiction, isolation, control issues, relationship issues, abusive relationships, anger management issues, and internalized oppression. If your spirituality is important to you, I’m trained and experienced incorporating people’s spiritual experiences and beliefs.

I will tailor our sessions to who you are and what you need so that our time together encourages personal growth, healing, and positive changes that ripple out across your life. If you are interested in learning more or are ready to make an appointment, then I encourage you to reach out.

New York, New York
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Heartspace Therapy

New York, New York

Heartspace Therapy

Number of Therapists: 3
Offers:  Remote Therapy, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy

Heartspace Therapy was founded to increase access to anti-oppressive therapy for diverse clients. We see ourselves as fierce social justice advocates and draw from our own experienced oppression to connect with and fully see YOU. We specialize in working with with people from diverse sexual and gender experiences, including LGBTQ+, HIV+, non-binary and gender-creative folx, sex workers, poly/CNM, BDSM/kink, and minor-attracted people, among others. We cherish the relationship with our clients and love them unconditionally. Your story matters and we are thrilled to witness your growth. Join Us in Celebrating YOU! We can’t wait to enter this Heartspace with you.

New York, New York
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Adam Kaufman

New York, New York

Adam Kaufman

MSW, New York University. LCSW, New York State Office of the Professions
Years in practice: 14
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I HELP MILLENNIAL AND GEN X PROFESSIONALS CONSCIOUSLY GET WHAT THEY WANT (IN LIFE AND RELATIONSHIPS). Life is overwhelming. Between work, relationships, and technology calling for your attention at every moment, it’s extremely difficult to remain calm and grounded. We can lose our sense of purpose and passion.

Unlike other therapists who merely sit and listen, I take an active and engaged approach. You may find yourself in a guided meditation or a role-play exercise. There may be optional homework assignments. We’ll tune into exactly what you need. I’m here to support you to find your unique, confident voice.

New York, New York
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Christopher Lashomb

New York, New York

Christopher Lashomb

MSW, Hunter College's Silberman School of Social Work
Years in practice: 11
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My practice is deeply empathetic and intuitive, utilizes unique life experience and is rooted in the psychodynamic and attachment theory modalities. I also apply trauma-informed care, CBT, and other evidence-based practices, which allows clients to see real and actual positive changes in their lives. For me, process and progress go hand in hand.

New York, New York
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Dr. Kelly Wise

New York, New York

Dr. Kelly Wise

MSW, Smith College, MEd and PhD in Human Sexuality, Widener University
Years in practice: 17
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Sex, sexuality, and intimacy are concepts that we spend a lot of time pondering, but have few places or people in our lives where these topics are acceptable to bring up. The truth is everyone has sexual and intimacy concerns, but society doesn’t help us sort this stuff out. Messages about sex are everywhere in advertising, but real honest sex education is lacking. This leaves us to feel that we are isolated and alone. This can cause inner turmoil for people, and I want to create a safe environment where people can discuss their desires, fears, dreams, and beliefs about themselves. I believe that personal growth and self reflection come from support, guidance, and nurturance.

New York, New York
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Kyle Konarski

Scarsdale, New York

Kyle Konarski

MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Long Island University
Years in practice: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Kyle Konarski, MHC-LP offers an empathetic, non-judgmental space for clients to express themselves. He practices therapy with a strengths-based, person-centered, integrative approach. He utilizes evidence-based practices, such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). He specializes in helping clients with the following concerns: Addiction, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, OCD, relationship issues, family conflicts, self-esteem, & stress.

Scarsdale, New York
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Sam Steinbock

New York, New York

Sam Steinbock

MSW, Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College
Years in practice: 3
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I welcome adolescents and adults who are experiencing mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, mood instability, and trauma. I am particularly attuned to the difficulties men face in understanding, experiencing, and expressing our emotions. I approach my work with compassion and warmth, along with deep respect for each individual’s experience and identities. I primarily use relational and psychodynamic modalities. This means I place an emphasis on the therapeutic relationship, and collaborate with my clients to identify, explore, and change relationship and behavior patterns. I believe a therapist can be a “friendly mirror,” gently guiding us to see and accept all parts of ourselves.

New York, New York
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Dr. Eliezer Mayer

New York, New York

Dr. Eliezer Mayer

PsyD, Yeshiva University
Years in practice: 25+
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Openly gay, kink-friendly clinical psychologist located in Brooklyn. Non-judgmental, warm, sincere, genuine with over 35 years of experience.

New York, New York
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Nicole Barman

New York, New York

Nicole Barman

MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, New York University
Years in practice: 1
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Seeking therapy is not an easy step, but you are taking the first step to make meaningful change. Life can be stressful, painful, and frustrating. I am here to help relieve some of that frustration by creating a supportive space for you to be your true self. My approach to therapy is to help you understand your thoughts and behavior through a new lens, unraveling the root of your difficulties. I am eclectic in my work and have adapted a very holistic approach. I am relational in my work as I see people as social beings, with a lot of issues stemming from interpersonal struggles. Through our work together you will gain insight, learn how to deal in a more adaptive way to your struggles and become more in touch with your thoughts and feelings

New York, New York
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Real Talk Therapy

New York, New York

Real Talk Therapy

Number of Therapists: 5
Offers:  Remote Therapy, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy

Finding the right therapist can feel daunting because it is crucial to find a good comfortable fit. Knowing this, we aim to create a strong therapeutic relationship with an emphasis on trust and acceptance. Our therapists bring unique interests, experience, and advanced training to support you in figuring out what’s working and what’s next for your life.

These are unusual and uncertain times. World events can leave us feeling powerless. Now more than ever connection is critical. Let’s join together and embrace our shared human experience. We hope that amidst the pain, confusion, and despair, our counselors can help you feel more awake and alive.

New York, New York
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Ms. Jillian Kaufman

New York, New York

Ms. Jillian Kaufman

Doctorate of Social Welfare, New York University
Years in practice: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Jillian Kaufman is a clinical social worker with over a decade of experience working with adults and adolescents through a holistic, humanistic, and somatic lens. Her areas of focus include anxiety, men’s mental health, helping professionals, PTSD, self-image, stress, trauma, and healing survivors of sexual violence. As a relatable clinical social worker, advocate, and human being, Jillian believes that clients heal most effectively when treated as a whole person and not as their diagnosis. Her work is driven by a socially-just, intersectional, and trauma-informed perspective.

New York, New York
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Joey Bukai

New York, New York

Joey Bukai

MA in Mental Health Counseling, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology
Years in practice: 2
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Many of my clients feel uncomfortable or unsatisfied going through their daily lives, though they aren’t quite sure why. This generally manifests into anxiety or depression, feeling disconnected from themselves and others, and not being able to make change. I specialize in helping clients chart a course for enlightenment and self-improvement through conversations about past and current ways of navigating the world , along with building up psychological tools to handle life’s stressors.

New York, New York
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Teresa Thompson

New York, New York

Teresa Thompson

MSW, Hunter College's Silberman School of Social Work. LCSW, NY State Education Dept.
Years in practice: 7
Offers:  Remote Therapy

My practice takes a holistic approach to psychological and emotional wellness, informed by my understanding of the need to incorporate an understanding of a person’s social and environmental surroundings to accurately assess and address their mental health. My clinical approach draws from a number of modalities including Motivational Interviewing, Psychodynamic Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and is also influenced by postcolonial theory.

New York, New York
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Dr. Peter Haugen

New York, New York

Dr. Peter Haugen

PhD, University of Tennessee Knoxville
Years in practice: 15
Offers:  Remote Therapy

In my experience, few individuals come to therapy feeling that “typical” treatment categories adequately capture their difficulties, hopes, and fears.
Instead, the individuals I work with sometimes describe feeling preoccupied by aspects of important relationships, blocked in their ability to express themselves authentically, or lacking self-confidence. Initially, some may even have trouble finding the right words to describe the changes they’d like to make. Finding these words—the right words—to describe what’s wrong and what relief would look like is a central part of treatment.

New York, New York
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