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Dr. Matthew Mandelbaum

Miami, Florida

Dr. Matthew Mandelbaum

PhD in Educational Psychology, Fordham University and MSEd in Childhood Special and General Education, Bank Street College and MA in Psychology, New York University. DBT Intensive Training, The Linehan Institute. Licensed Psychologist, NY State Education Dept.
Years in practice: 8
Offers:  Remote Therapy

Sometimes men need an empathic, strong male therapist to gain customized, practical tools to build a good life. I help highly-sensitive, highly-intelligent people, including professionals in business, healthcare, the arts, education, emerging adults, and university students. They might have achieved success in some domain and now feel stuck, as past treatment modalities may have been ineffective. Many of these kind, caring, and strong individuals have survived significant trauma; I work to help them regain and improve agency, autonomy, competence, and relatedness through dialectical behavior therapy, teaching and learning, and social entrepreneurship, so they can live full lives with resilience, joy, and peace. Remote Therapy Only.

Miami, Florida
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Mariah Jeremiah

Miami, Florida

Mariah Jeremiah

MSW, Washington University in St. Louis
Years in practice: 9
Offers:  Remote Therapy

I have 9 years of clinical experience working with individuals with trauma as well other mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, relationships, etc.  I am formally trained in multiple therapies and tailor therapy to your needs and am committed to providing strengths-based therapy with goals that we will create together. I believe at one point or another everyone needs therapy and it should be a non-judgmental environment. I believe each person is able to reach their full potential and overcome any obstacle with the right help. I look forward to hearing from you! See my website for more info! Remote therapy only.

Miami, Florida
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