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Psychologues et thérapeutes francophones

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Charles Eisenberg, LCSW
Charles Eisenberg, LCSW
4.8
(5)
27 E 24th St, New York
Noter
Basé Midtown East. Psychologue francophone spécialisé dans le domaine de l”anxiety”, de la dépression et des problèmes de couple, ainsi que de nombreux troubles mentaux, le tout pour adultes et seniors. Sessions individuelles, en couple ou en groupe.
Valérie Brasselet
Valérie Brasselet
4.8
(5)
2000 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Coral Gables
Noter
Psychologue française à Coral Gables.
Dr. Carl Nicoleau, MD
Dr. Carl Nicoleau, MD
4.8
(5)
86-10 Roosevelt Ave, Jackson Heights
Noter
2018 Most Compassionate Doctors/2018 Best Doctors/2018 Patients Choice/2018 Professional of the Year. Dr. Carl Nicoleau is also certified in medical marijuana. Dr. Carl Nicoleau is a caring and attentive provider serving patients in the New York Metropolitan area. Educated at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, Dr. Nicoleau is committed to making patient comfort a priority, and to providing the highest quality of care. He is also fluent in English, French, and Creole, enabling patients from a variety of backgrounds to receive his care.
Bilingual Counseling: Valerie Zika, LCSW
Noter
Basée à Union Square. Psychologue spéciadans le domaine de l’anxiété et de la confiance en soi, ainsi que des problèmes liés à l’expatriation et l’acculturation, le tout pour adultes, enfants et adolescents.
Samera Nasereddin, MSSC
Samera Nasereddin, MSSC
4.8
(5)
177 Prince St #403, New York
Noter
Basée à Soho. Psychologue francophone spécialisée dans le domaine de la dépression, "anxiety" et des problèmes de couples, le tout pour adolescents et adultes. Sessions indivuduelles, en couple ou en famille.
Christine Girard, Ph.D
Christine Girard, Ph.D
4.8
(4)
250 W 90th St, New York
Noter
Basée Upper West Side. Psychologue française spécialisée dans la dépression, l'abus de l'alcool et l'aide des enfants et adolescents. Sessions individuelles, en couple ou en famille.
Renault Hugues
Renault Hugues
4.8
(4)
413 NE 12th Ave, Fort Lauderdale
Noter
Psychologue français situé à Fort Lauderdale.
Patricia Schneider
Patricia Schneider
4.8
(4)
260 Madison Ave #8047, New York
Noter
Basée Midtown East. Psychologue offrant ses services en Anglais, Français, Espagnol et Italien, et specialisée dans la depression et autres troubles d'humeur, le tout pour adultes et seniors uniquement. Sessions individuelles.
Jacqueline Bonnafous
Jacqueline Bonnafous
4.8
(4)
160 E 85th St, New York
Noter
Basée Upper East Side. Psychologue française spécialisée dans le domaine de la confiance et du "self esteem", des problèmes de couple et de la dépression. Sessions indivuduelles, en couple. en famille mais aussi par vidéo/Skype.
Roger Saint-Laurent, PSYD
Roger Saint-Laurent, PSYD
4.8
(4)
27 W 86th St #1d, New York
Noter
Basé Upper West Side. Psychologue spécialisé dans le domaine des traumatismes, du PTSD (Syndrome post-traumatique), et de l'homosexualité, le tout pour les adultes et seniors. Sessions individuelles, en couple ou en groupe.
Cristina L. Davis, Ph.D
Cristina L. Davis, Ph.D
4.8
(4)
5 W 86th St Suite 1A, New York
Noter
Basée Upper West Side. Psychologue offrant ses services en Anglais, Français, Italien et Espagnol, et spécialisée dans la dépression et l’aide des enfants et adolescents. Sessions individuelles, en couple ou en famille.
Sara Walters, NP
Sara Walters, NP
4.8
(4)
645 Broadway, Somerville
Noter
Working at Tufts MC Community Care-Ball Square, Ms. Sara Walters is a nurse practitioner serving the community of Somerville, MA. Ms. Walters earned her degree in family nursing from the MGH Institute of Health Professions. She speaks English and French, which makes her widely accessible to patients from a variety of cultural backgrounds. Having previously served as teaching assistant for a registered nurse level maternal and child health course, Ms. Walters has thorough knowledge in her specialization. She has diligently handled many residents at a private rest home and is well experienced in managing the health concerns of the geriatric and medically complex population. Ms. Walters shares a great rapport with her patients, and she is known for her medical knowledge and dedication amongst patients and her team.
Gousseland Pascale PhD
Gousseland Pascale PhD
4.8
(4)
117 E 71st St #115, New York
Noter
Basée Upper East Side. Psychologue offrant ses services en Français, Anglais et Espagnol, et specialisée dans les troubles de personnalité ainsi que tout type d'addiction. Sessions indivuduelles, en couple, en groupe mais aussi pour les enfants.
Christiane Happi, CRNP, NP
Christiane Happi, CRNP, NP
4.8
(4)
9470 Annapolis Rd Suite 311, Lanham
Noter
Practicing at Happy Family Care and Clinic, Ms. Christiane Happi serves the community of Lanham, MD. Ms. Happi is a trusted nurse practitioner, who completed her master’s degree in adult gerontology nursing at the University of Maryland. She manages a wide array of patient concerns such as Opioid Addiction Treatment (Suboxone/Subutex), environmental & food allergy testing, in house Echocardiography, annual Pap Smear & birth-control, weightloss program, STD, HIV & PreP(HIV), Medical Cannabis Certification(with supported documents only), and all acute and chronic primary care needs. All Blood work and Urinalysis are drawn onsite. Ms. Happi is affiliated with Doctors Community Hospital and Prince George's Hospital Center where she is part of the Infectious Disease and Gastroenterology Teams. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, the American Geriatrics Society, and the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. She is fluent in English and French. Her awareness of these different languages makes her accessible to patients from a variety of cultural backgrounds. Ms. Happi gives each patient her focused attention, and she prides herself on delivering the best treatment available. She is sensitive to the uniqueness of each patient's situation and adapts her consultations and treatment options appropriately to accommodate individual needs and concerns.
Gérard V. Sunnen M.D
Gérard V. Sunnen M.D
4.8
(4)
200 E 33rd St, New York
Noter
Basé Midtown East. Psychologue français très reconnu et décoré. Spécialisé dans la psycho-thérapie mais pratiquant aussi l'hypnose.
David Levkovich, PT
David Levkovich, PT
4.7
(3)
113 W 78th St, New York
Noter
David is a passionate and dynamic physical therapist who truly embodies and believes in the art of movement. He believes in a holistic approach to treatment addressing the body as a whole unit in attempting to search for the cause of dysfunction rather than the symptom. He does not follow the classic "cookie cutter" approach to treatment but rather uses cutting edge assessment and treatment techniques to address each individuals' goals. David partnered with Living Well Balanced because of the shared identity when it comes to addressing patients goals. Growing up, College and DPT school- David hails from the beautiful city of Montreal, Quebec where he resided until graduating high school. He then attended Yeshiva University where he majored in Biology. During his time at Yeshiva University, David gradually became fascinated by the human body while becoming a TA in anatomy and decided to combine his love for helping people, anatomy and movement to pursue a career in physical therapy. During his time at Yeshiva, David also became a certified personal trainer and trained athletes and other students. After Yeshiva, David attended Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons where he obtained his DPT- Doctor of Physical Therapy where he pursued the orthopedic tract in his final year. While at Columbia, David interned at several prestigious orthopedic and sports medicine clinics such as The Nicholas Institute of Sports Medicine and Athletic Trauma at Lenox Hill hospital and SPEAR Physical Therapy. Work history- David started his career at Metro Physical and Aquatic Therapy here he quickly rose to the title of Senior Physical Therapist. David treated a diverse patient population ranging from orthopedic and sports medicine patients, athletes, weekend warriors, neurological patients, geriatrics and post-operative cases. David then moved to Connecticut and started working at Orthopedic and Neurosurgery Specialists treating high level athletes, sports injuries and many complex post-operative cases. David recently left to join and partner with Living Well Balanced to provide a comprehensive multi-disciplinary approach to treatment.
Dr. Howard Rose, MD
Dr. Howard Rose, MD
4.7
(3)
541 E 71st St 3rd Floor, New York
Noter
Dr. Howard Anthony Rose is Board Certified by the American Board of Orthopedics and performs the latest arthroscopic procedures for rotator cuff repairs, shoulder stabilizations, anterior cruciate ligament reconstructions, and meniscal repairs. He also performs joint replacements of the hip and knee using minimally invasive techniques. He is currently an Assistant Attending Orthopedic Surgeon at Hospital for Special Surgery and an Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College. Dr. Rose received his undergraduate BA degree cum laude from Harvard College, where he played ice hockey. He completed his medical degree from George Washington University School of Medicine. He completed a surgical internship at Tufts-New England Medical Center in Boston and his orthopedic residency at Hospital for Special Surgery. He is fellowship trained in both Sports Medicine and Adult Reconstruction (joint replacement) from Harvard’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston and is a former assistant Team Physician for Harvard University Athletics, Long Island Rough Riders professional soccer club, and Brooklyn College. Dr. Rose is an active member of many organizations and has authored numerous peer review articles. He has an additional office in Long Island.
Dr. Aravind Athiviraham, MD
Dr. Aravind Athiviraham, MD
4.7
(3)
5758 S Maryland Ave, Chicago
Noter
*** This clinic does not accept self-pay patients. *** A specialist in orthopaedic sports medicine, Aravind Athiviraham, MD, cares for patients with athletic and overuse injuries, including anterior or posterior cruciate ligament tears, meniscus or cartilage injury, patellar or shoulder instability, and elbow ulnar collateral ligament tears. He is skilled in minimally invasive and arthroscopic procedures of the knee, shoulder, and elbow. In addition, he has received advanced training in complex procedures of the knee and shoulder, including revision knee ligament reconstruction, cartilage restoration, meniscal transplantation, open treatment for recurrent shoulder instability, and robotic-assisted knee reconstructive surgery. Dr. Athiviraham is dedicated to the care of his patients and stays up-to-date on the latest techniques in sports medicine. He enjoys getting to know his patients and working with them to choose the best treatment option, by fostering a combined patient-physician decision making approach. Dr. Athiviraham's current research interests include establishing a cadaveric biomechanical study for superior capsular reconstruction using human dermal allograft to optimize patient recovery from surgery and allow early return to sports activity. In order to best serve you, please remember to provide your unique member ID number on your insurance card for your appointment. If this is not provided, you may expect a call from our office to get that information prior to your appointment so we can verify your benefits. We look forward to seeing you.
Dr. Andrew Bazos, MD
Dr. Andrew Bazos, MD
4.7
(3)
244 W 54th St, New York
Noter
Dr. Bazos earned a degree in biochemistry from Harvard University and graduated from Yale Medical School. Following a surgical internship at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, Dr. Bazos completed his residency training at Columbia-Presbyterian's New York Orthopedic Hospital, were he co-authored numerous clinical research projects and international presentations. He completed a fellowship in sports Medicine and Arthroscopy at The Hospital for Joint Diseases in New York City in 1993. Dr. Bazos served as Medical Director of Yankee Stadium for seven years, and continues in this capacity at Madison Square Garden. He is certified by The American Board of Orthopedic Surgery. In addition to his practice in the New Milford and Danbury area, Dr. Bazos is a member of the Sports Medicine Department at The Hospital for Joint Disease in New York City, where he maintains operating privileges and keeps office hours. Dr. Bazos specializes in Sports Medicine, arthroscopy, knee and shoulder surgery. ATTENTION NEW PATIENTS: Please make sure to print out, complete and bring all forms to the office. Some pages need to be filled out manually instead of electronically. Thank you
Margarette Pierre, NP
Margarette Pierre, NP
4.7
(3)
888 Main St, Wakefield
Noter
Ms. Margarette Pierre earned her master's degree in nursing from Regis College. She received her bachelor's degree from Lasell College, Weston. Ms. Pierre currently practices at Tufts MC Community Care - 888 Main Street. She serves the community of Wakefield, MA. Ms. Pierre sees patients for a variety of reasons, such as halitosis, asthma, arthritis, abscess, and back pain. She can converse with her patients in English and French. Warm and welcoming, Ms. Pierre is an experienced nurse practitioner treating a wide spectrum of specialized needs. She is skilled at building close relationships with her patients.
Dr. Clara Osuji, MD
Dr. Clara Osuji, MD
4.7
(3)
16103 W Little York Rd # C, Houston
Noter
Dr. Clara Osuji is an internist and primary care doctor treating patients in Houston, Texas, and the surrounding communities. She combines her private practice with rounds at the North Cypress Medical Center. Dr. Osuji is also a member of professional organizations including the American College of Physicians . Dr. Osuji attended the University of Houston at Houston for her undergraduate degree, earning the Outstanding Student Award for Biochemistry for her academic excellence. She pursued her medical degree at the Howard University College of Medicine. Dr. Osuji continued her medical education at the Howard University Hospital, receiving her residency training in internal medicine. Patients visiting Dr. Osuji can receive a full range of medical services. She provides disease screenings, annual physical examinations, annual gynecological examinations, preventative medicine, and general consultations. Treatment is available for issues including migraine, sinus problems, high blood pressure, asthma, obesity, sore throat, and allergic cough. In addition to her practice, Dr. Osuji has participated in research on subjects including the epidemiology of immune-resistant infections and the enhancement of milk casein to improve its digestibility.
Nathalie DONNY, LMHC
Nathalie DONNY, LMHC
4.7
(3)
102, 3850 Bird Rd
Noter
Nathalie parle français !
Sade Arzu, LMHC, MA
Sade Arzu, LMHC, MA
4.7
(3)
2228 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., New York
Noter
Basée à Harlem. Psychologue offrant ses services en Français, Anglais et Espagnol, et spécialisée dans le domaine de la dépression et de l'aide des enfants et adolescents. Sessions indivuduelles, en couple. en famille mais aussi par vidéo/Skype.
Pascale Denis, LMHC
Pascale Denis, LMHC
4.7
(3)
1390 S Dixie Hwy, Coral Gables
Noter
Pascale parle français !
Roland F. Bessis, PHD
Roland F. Bessis, PHD
4.7
(3)
3700 Washington St, Hollywood
Noter
Roland parle français !
Claude SASSOON, Ph D.
Claude SASSOON, Ph D.
4.7
(3)
2999 NE 191st St, Miami
Noter
Claude parle français !
Yasmine Saad, PhD
Yasmine Saad, PhD
4.5
(2)
185 Madison Ave 14th Floor, New York
Noter
Nominated top doctor in nyc for the past five years and recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Professional in the field of Psychology, I dedicate myself to helping you out of "stuckness", depression, anxiety and communication issues. My goal is to help you find your way to feeling better. I will listen to you, understand who you are and give you lots of help and insight into your suffering. You will leave the initial consult feeling so much better! I will then match you with a therapist, in my office, whose personality, style of communication and specialty would best suit you. My patients love this model and I am sure that you will too! I have received extremely positive feedback from every patient who has seen me. I encourage you to look at the reviews posted by patients online and call me. Thank you!
Dr. Ileana Benga, MD
Dr. Ileana Benga, MD
4.5
(2)
119 W 57th St, New York
Noter
PLEASE NOTE: *Dr. Benga is NOT in-network with any insurance plans. **If you are a new patient, Dr. Benga will reach out to you and confirm your appointment beforehand. I am a double board certified general and addiction psychiatrist with extensive experience treating depression, anxiety and dependency to opioids or stimulants - including buprenorphine (Suboxone) detoxification and maintenance. My strong belief is that good psychiatric treatment is the process of combining psychopharmacology when medication is needed with psychotherapy, therefore treating both the brain and the mind. In my practice, I use cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing and insight oriented dynamic psychotherapy. Before private practice I worked at The Addiction Institute of NY as Medical Director of the Opioid Treatment Program and at Columbia University as Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry. In addition to general psychiatry, my training includes the Yale University addiction psychiatry fellowship and the NYU Psychoanalytic Institute psychodynamic psychotherapy program. My publications include a book chapter on combining medication with motivational interviewing as well as journal articles on dysthymia (low grade depression) and substance abuse treatment. I have also been part of a team teaching courses for physicians on prescribing buprenorphine (Suboxone) for opioid addiction.
Julie Ehrlich, DPT, PT
Julie Ehrlich, DPT, PT
4.5
(2)
710, 200 W 57th St
Noter
Julie Ehrlich is a physical therapist who believes in the power of personalized manual therapy and therapeutic exercise to ensure an effective and efficient return from injury. Julie values her one-on-one relationships with her patients and is dedicated to working with them from the time of injury to their return to a higher level of function. She provides treatment to a wide range of patients; from elite level athletes to weekend warriors of all ages. Her physical therapy goal is to provide patients with tangible results of their progress as quickly as possible by implementing evidence-based techniques and exercises. Having recovered from several shoulder and knee injuries herself, Julie has experienced first-hand the physical hurdles athletes are forced to overcome and the benefits of physical therapy. Her personal experience combined with her education and clinical expertise ensures her patients’ recovery from injury and speedy return to function. She prides herself in her individualized approach to care to work towards her patients’ personal goals. Julie believes in providing caring, holistic treatment to not only ensure a quick recovery but to help prevent future injury. Julie attended Lafayette College where she received her Bachelors of Science in Biology. Julie earned her Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) from Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons with a specialization in orthopedic rehabilitation. She is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association.
Adolfo Profumo, LCSW
Adolfo Profumo, LCSW
4.5
(2)
350 Central Park West # 1AD, New York
Noter
Suffering is an integral part of life, the same way manure is an integral part of the farmer's life. As a wise farmer learns to use manure as a fertilizer, I can assist you in understanding and using your suffering wisely, and learning to profit from it. I am silent when need be, yet I am also very willing to respond to your questions and to dialogue with you in a very direct way when necessary. I have worked since 1983 with anxious and depressed adults and children, and with couples who suffer due to a lack of healthy communication and due to addictive behaviors. I speak French, Italian, Spanish, German, and some Hebrew. I have lived in different European and Asian countries before settling in New York, in 1981, and I have a profound understanding of cultural and ethnic diversity.
Dr. Charles Hanson, MD
Dr. Charles Hanson, MD
4.5
(2)
228 Daniel Webster Hwy, Nashua
Noter
C. Davenport Hanson attended Harvard University (cum laude, 1964) for his undergraduate career and graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1969 with his M.D. He subsequently attended Georgetown Law, graduating in 1973 with his J.D. His time at Georgetown coincided with a commissioned officer position at the U.S. Public Health Service. Dr. Hanson completed a rotating internship at the University of Washington and Swedish Medical Center in Seattle. His psychiatric residency was completed at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in 1978, after which he served as Director of Research for the Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C. and later became Associate Chief of the Department of Psychiatry at the 97th General Hospital in Frankfurt, Germany. Dr. Hanson has taught as part of the faculty at Johns Hopkins Medical School, the University of Pennsylvania’s Department of Psychiatry, George Washington University’s Department of Psychiatry, and Georgetown University’s Department of Psychiatry. He also served as a Consultant to the Admissions Office, Assistant Commandant, and Assistant Professor at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Maryland. Most recently, he has maintained a private practice of general psychiatry; served as a member of the psychiatric staff at Baystate Wing Hospital, and other hospitals and out patient facilities in MA. All inclusive practice. Since 1991, Dr. Hanson has also served as the President and Executive Director of the WISE (Worldwide Institute Supporting Exchange) Foundation. Dr. Hanson was board-certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in 1979.
Dr. Mona Nicolae, MD
Dr. Mona Nicolae, MD
4.5
(2)
3 Beechwood Rd #2, Summit
Noter
Dr. Mona Nicolae is a psychiatrist specializing in child, adolescent, and adult therapy and treatment for many psychiatric conditions including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and attention disorders, in addition to addiction and eating disorders. Her warm, compassionate approach to talk therapy sets patients at ease and helps them focus on constructive steps toward improving emotional wellness. She is dedicated to working collaboratively with individuals to achieve success, drawing on her extensive training and experience to help them navigate internal and external challenges. Dr. Nicolae’s private practice is a friendly, comfortable environment for one-on-one, confidential support. She welcomes children, adolescents and adults to her practice and is committed to providing the level of support that best suits each persons needs.
Dr. Roger Brunswick, MD
Dr. Roger Brunswick, MD
4.5
(2)
30 E 60th St #1002, New York
Noter
I'm a board certified psychiatrist in practice for 30 years. I work with patients in psychotherapy and use medications when appropriate. My approach is practical, my goal is to help my patients get symptom relief and to help them find ways to live more satisfying lives. I also have extensive experience working with people's issues in the workplace. I'm a managing partner of a leadership development consulting firm, Hayes Brunswick & Partners LLC.
Lisa Elhyani, LCSW
Lisa Elhyani, LCSW
4.5
(2)
352 7th Ave, New York
Noter
I am a psychotherapist and work with adults, adolescents, couples and families providing both short-term and long term-psychotherapy. Life can be overwhelming, anxiety provoking and demanding. I understand the challenges that are coupled with being an adult, parent, and in a relationship. A safe and warm environment, along with the therapeutic relationship allow my clients to make important discoveries that help them make the changes they desire and experience symptom relief. My approach is interactive and engaged and I help my clients by giving feedback and guidance. I work with a multitude of issues, and specialize in treating individuals that deal with depression, grief, anxiety, relationship struggles, as well as new and expectant mothers and the LGBT community. Together, I can help you learn how to reconcile with the past and achieve happiness. I will assist you with gaining the tools and respectful space to attain insight and coping mechanisms, which will persevere past your time in therapy. I am fluent in French and Hebrew. Sliding Scale and Packages Available.
Kamran Fallahpour, PhD
Kamran Fallahpour, PhD
4.5
(2)
263 West End Ave suite 1d, New York
Noter
Dr. Fallahpour is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Director of the Brain Resource Center, New York. Dr. Fallahpour has years of experience in brain mapping methods such as quantitative EEG (qEEG), neuropsycholgical screenings, physiological monitoring, and therapeutic techniques including neurofeedback, biofeedback, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and cognitive training techniques. He works with both adults and children with a variety of conditions including ADHD, ADD (and various types of learning disabilities), Anxiety, Depression, Pain Management, Brain Injury & Post Concussive Syndrome, Stroke, Sleep Disorders, etc. In addition, Dr. Fallahpour works closely with clients on Peak Performance, Brain Fitness, and optimizing brain health and self-regulation in variety of settings such as career and relationships, academia, athletic abilities, executive coaching, and other types of performance enhancement. Most clients who seek help from Dr. Fallahpour are interested in improving mood, cognition, and enhanced self-regulation but they also want to reduce reliance on medication and be able to manage and optimize functions without pharmaceuticals. The model he has developed is based on Personalized Medicine and objective assessment techniques and evidenced based interventions that integrates understanding of psychological and neurophysiological systems to arrive at an accurate and objective clinical diagnosis. **Please be advised: Our practice is OUT OF NETWORK with insurances. We would love to accommodate you, if you have out of network benefits. Please check your insurance plan** ***Please note our office has a 24 hour cancellation policy.******
Dr. Brooke Barton, MD
Dr. Brooke Barton, MD
4.5
(2)
25050 Peachland Ave # 270, Newhall
Noter
* Please be advised that Dr. Barton will contact you regarding the terms and conditions of your evaluation * Dr. Brooke Barton is a thorough, warm psychiatrist treating patients in Santa Monica and Santa Clarita, California, and the surrounding communities. Her goal as a practitioner is to help her patients live in a happier, healthier way. She holds certification from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and is a member of the American Psychiatric Association. In order to pursue her doctoral degree, Dr. Barton attended Columbia University. She continued her medical education at the University of California, Los Angeles. Here, she completed an internship in general medicine and received residency training in psychiatry. Patients visiting Dr. Barton can receive a full range of psychiatric services. She specializes in psychopharmacology and eclectic psychotherapy, combining cognitive behavioral therapy, supportive therapy, and common sense. When she is not treating patients, Dr. Barton enjoys playing cello, singing, reading, and spending time laughing with friends.
Dr. Devra Braun, MD
Dr. Devra Braun, MD
4.5
(2)
360 West Putnam Avenue, Greenwich
Noter
Devra Braun, MD, is a Board Certified Psychiatrist who maintains a cutting –edge expertise in evidence-based mind-body treatments. She works toward individualizing psychopharmacology, using tools such as genetic testing when appropriate. She is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Weill-Cornell Medical College and a graduate of Cornell University and NYU Medical School. She is Medical Director at a Center for Discovery eating disorder program in Greenwich, and is former Director of the Department of Psychiatry at Greenwich Hospital, Yale New Haven Health. As Director of Integrative Medicine and Psychotherapy of Greenwich since 2002, Dr. Braun collaborates with patients to help them use stress management skills as well as medications, when appropriate. She may use guided mindfulness-based exercises and hypnosis-inspired visualization techniques to help individuals manage anxiety, panic attacks, and social and situational phobias. Dr. Braun did her residency and fellowship training at New York Presbyterian Hospital in Westchester, where she was Medical Director of the Inpatient Eating Disorders Service and Principal Investigator on an NIMH research study of bright light treatment for Bulimia. She is the author of many peer-reviewed articles and book chapters on topics including ADHD, eating disorders, pregnancy, anxiety and depression. * PLEASE NOTE: Before confirming your appointment, Dr. Braun will need to speak with you by phone for a few minutes to discuss your mutual expectations and to see if she can be helpful. Please leave a message letting her know how to best reach you by phone or text.
Dr. Sherwood Waldron, MD
Dr. Sherwood Waldron, MD
4.5
(2)
40 E 94th St, New York
Noter
My hope and expectation is that my broad experience in helping individuals of all ages to find better ways to handle their feelings, relationships, and lives will help me to find a way to help you. Fully trained in child and adolescent psychiatry, it gives me particular pleasure to work as well with young people. I have spent many years studying what happens in therapy sessions and have become an internationally known expert on how, when, and whether patients benefit. I try to put that knowledge to use in every session. As a physician, I can evaluate whether medication may also be helpful in the short term while working together on problems that have contributed to your present unhappiness. My education followed by experience in child psychiatry and psychoanalysis has deepened my understanding of how meeting and talking can be helpful. We learn more from working with people than can ever be taught in a training program. And your feelings tend to be the best guide for us both. My clinical work has been evaluated by an international team of clinician-researchers at the top of the spectrum in terms of quality. I believe that our systematic studies have helped me to be more aware of how to be helpful. Medications may be helpful as well, although for many conditions, as a person makes changes to deal with problems in living the need for medications diminishes or disappears.
Dr. Lise Van Susteren, MD
Dr. Lise Van Susteren, MD
4.5
(2)
4707 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington
Noter
Lise Van Susteren is an experienced and attentive psychiatrist serving her patients in Washington, DC. Dr. Van Susteren is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and is certified to practice forensic psychiatry. Dr. Van Susteren is French bilingual, and she received her medical education from the University of Paris. She then attended the Hospital Se. Anne, the American Hospital in Paris, and the Hospital Tokoin in Lome, Togo to complete her internships. Dr. Van Susteren attended the St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Washington to complete her psychiatry residency. Dr. Van Susteren provides mental state opinions, psychotherapy, grief counseling, behavioral therapy, marriage counseling, and post-traumatic stress disorder counseling for her patients. She invites patients that are experiencing anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, alcoholism, worry, migraines, obsessive compulsive disorder, vertigo, and personality disorders to visit her and have her help empower them to overcome their conditions. Dr. Van Susteren is an expert in providing insight-oriented psychotherapy to allow her patients to facilitate their own understanding and overcome their challenges. Dr. Van Susteren does not see patients for ADD medication refills.
Sedighe (Sedi) Flugelman, PhD
Sedighe (Sedi) Flugelman, PhD
4.5
(2)
5110 12th Ave, Brooklyn
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In my practice, I strive to understand each individual's issues and needs through the different phases of the therapeutic relationship. By uncovering patterns of reasoning and actions which surface from recurring automatic thoughts, I obtain a comprehensive understanding of the person in his functioning. Through a proactive, attuned, caring, neutral, compassionate and non-judgmental stance, an empowering process is developed, leading to an enhancement of self-esteem. I have come to see how people can better understand themselves and their relationships, and I am able to help them make improved choices by and for themselves, and to live more meaningful lives. I earned my Psychology degrees at Sorbonne University in Paris. My thesis subject was Frustration in the Child: Comparative Study of Freinet and Conventional Pedagogical Techniques. Upon moving to the US, I honed my skills at the Ackerman Institute for Family Therapy in New York. I was later admitted as a fellow at the Washington Psychoanalytic Society, where I enrolled in the three-year post-graduate training program in Psychotherapy. Subsequently, I completed the coursework and practicum requirements of the Post-Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology of the American School of Professional Psychology™. In France, I was an intern and subsequently an assistant to the Head of Neuro-Psychiatry at the Jean Itard Day Care Psychiatric Hospital. I then took the position of Human Resources Psychologist at the Union des Banques Arabes et Francaises in Paris. Prior to establishing my private practice in the US, I was a Psychologist with a contractor for several Staten Hospital sites, overseeing a client population with diagnoses of personality disorders, schizophrenia, and autism, among others.
Motaz Ebeido, PT, DPT
Motaz Ebeido, PT, DPT
4.5
(2)
25-31 Steinway St, Long Island City
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And at his practice, Dr. Ebeido, and his physical therapy specialists are skilled in manual therapy techniques and use the most current, evidence-based practice to help restore function, heal sports injuries, treat cancer related fatigue and eliminate any type of knee, back, shoulder and neck pain. They also specialize in Aqua Therapy Rehab, and post injury recovery. Whether your goals are to complete in a triathlon or to walk across the street, we will help you recover from surgery, alleviate any pain or manage a chronic disease. Not only will we help you to resume your activities, we will teach you what you can do to prevent future injuries from occurring. Dr. Motaz Ebiedo’s clients include men and women who want to feel better in their body whether or not they are recovering from an injury, athletes who want a new and effective approach to their exercise regimen, patients with pelvic and sexual pain, pelvic floor dysfunctions, musculoskeletal disorders and more!
Ghislene Meance, PsyD
Ghislene Meance, PsyD
4.5
(2)
240 Williamson St, Elizabeth
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Dr. Ghislene Meance provides compassionate care to patients visiting her at Saint Peter's Healthcare in New Brunswick, NJ. A trusted psychologist, she ensures patients feel comfortable and free to discuss all their issues when they sit with her for therapy sessions. She is fluent in English, Spanish, French, and Creole. Her awareness of these different languages facilitates smooth conversations with individuals belonging to various cultural backgrounds. Dr. Meance received her doctoral degree in psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She holds an undergraduate degree from the Université d'État d'Haïti. She lends an attentive ear to every minute detail communicated to her by her patients and responds encouragingly without judgment. Patients are easily drawn to her calm persona and feel well-cared for. They visit her for a range of reasons, including marriage counseling, grief counseling, anxiety, depression, and stress. Dr. Meance's practice philosophy is to provide holistic and evidence-based care that is respectful of the concerns, values, and aspirations of her patients. She believes in empowering her patients to achieve their greatest potential.
Beth Althofer, PhD
Beth Althofer, PhD
4.5
(2)
310 E 75th St, New York
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I am a nationally certified psychoanalytic psychotherapist and state-licensed psychoanalyst in private practice in New York City. “How many therapist does it take to change a light bulb?” ….” One, but the light bulb has to want to change!” In this jest lies a fundamental truth: it takes two to make the therapeutic journey together, and a good fit can insure the best results. Will a therapeutic relationship with me work for you? When we meet, I hope you experience my empathy, non-judgmental attitude, respect, and an appreciation of who you are. (And how much I love my work!). For over three decades, I have worked with individuals, couples and groups. I work with people of all ages and diverse backgrounds who come with many different needs. Because my approach is relational and psychodynamic, you should expect to feel empowered in your own treatment. Together we will build a relationship and plan strategies that work specifically for you. If we decide to work together, I aim to provide an environment of safety and trust, whatever your cultural background, sexual orientation, professional or work issues and emotional/relationship needs. I look forward to meeting you and taking the first step of our journey together.
Peter Lobl, PhD, JD
Peter Lobl, PhD, JD
4.5
(2)
315 Madison Ave Suite 2200, New York
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Welcome. If you are reading this, chances are something about your life does not feel right - either with a relationship, or with your experience of yourself, or with the direction you see yourself heading. If you are reading this, it hopefully also means that some part of you believes change is possible. I primarily work with adults and couples who experience recurring and distressing relationship problems either at work or at home. I treat mood and anxiety disorders and work with patients on issues related to self esteem, conflict avoidance, and emotion regulation. In the first session, we can discuss what you would like to gain from therapy, and I will go over some of the parameters for treatment, including confidentiality; session frequency; fees; insurance; and cancellations. At the end of the session, I will give you my impressions of what our work might entail, and we can discuss if my training and experience match your treatment needs. Making a first appointment is a big step – particularly so for people who have never been to therapy before and who don’t know what to expect or how therapy works. I’d look forward to scheduling an initial consultation with you to discuss the process of therapy and how it might be of help.
Chloe Mura, PhD
Chloe Mura, PhD
4.5
(2)
10 Park Ave, New York
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Psychotherapy can be a powerful experience of growth and healing. I work with adults and older adolescents from various backgrounds, who are struggling with a wide range of difficulties, such as: depression, anxiety, academic and professional concerns, grief and loss, relationship issues, gender identity questions, trauma, and acculturation. I am committed to creating a therapeutic space where my patients feel safe, heard and supported. I take a collaborative and interactive approach to help you gain new insights about the underlying patterns of your difficulties and to create fundamental and lasting change. I provide psychotherapy in English and French. As a bi-cultural psychologist, I'm attuned to the struggles often associated with immigration and with adapting to a new culture. In my work, I also integrate, as needed, the cultural, racial, economic, and sociopolitical factors influencing your everyday experience.
Diana E. Miner, PhD
Diana E. Miner, PhD
4.5
(2)
225 Main St, Westport
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I earned my Ph.D. in Neuropsychology at the Stanford Consortium-Palo Alto University in Palo Alto, CA where I also earned a Masters of Science in Neuroscience from Stanford University. While at Stanford University I was also awarded a Fellowship in Pediatric Neuroimaging. Further, I have a second Masters in Psychology from New York University. My doctoral residency in Neuropsychology was at Yale University School of Medicine and Post-Doctoral studies in Adult and Pediatric Neuropsychology were at the University of Connecticut Medical Center, John Dempsey Hospital. I have also trained at the Palo Alto VA in CA and Gaylord Hospital in CT. My interests are in the biological underpinnings of neuropsychiatric disorders including mood disorders, ADD/ADHD, Traumatic Brain Injury and the various degenerative disorders. In practice I specialize in pediatric, adult and geriatric neuropsychology, return to work and fitness for duty evaluations, hardship evaluations for immigration and IME's within a legal context.
Martin Kounitz, LCSW
Martin Kounitz, LCSW
4.5
(2)
25A Main St, Hastings-On-Hudson
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Angry? Feel stuck and overwhelmed in your career? Trouble sleeping? Relationship problems? Together, we will understand what causes your repetitive issues and how to overcome them. With over 20 years experience in corporate finance, I understand the stress you feel at work. My approach is that the most vital aspect of treatment is a strong working relationship. In a safe, nonjudgmental environment, we will explore conflicts and obstacles that block you from achieving satisfaction. We will work to end recurring pain to find a greater sense of well-being. I am an in-network provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield and Tricare, but work with other plans such as Aetna and CIGNA, among others, as an out-of-network provider. My specialties include evidence-based treatment of insomnia, sexual dysfunction and addiction. Many people also work with me to overcome anxiety and depression. Men and women seek treatment with me to understand what causes their depression and anxiety and how to overcome it. We explore conflicts outside your awareness to develop alternative perspectives, to clarify goals and to learn what obstacles block you from achieving satisfaction. Together, we work to end recurring habits and relationship conflicts to find a greater sense of control. My patients create meaning through self-discovery to manage stress better and to live fuller lives. Concerning treatment for sleep disorders, I use an evidence-based protocol called cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I). The American College of Physicians suggests that CBT-I should be the first-line treatment for insomnia. In a six to eight week treatment, most people can significantly improve their sleep, whether falling asleep or maintaining sleep is the the problem.
Iona Sebastian, LCSW, MSW
Iona Sebastian, LCSW, MSW
4.5
(2)
3800 Jenifer St NW, Washington
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**Please check your deductible and the number of visits that your insurance allows before booking your appointment. Insurances are reimbursed but payment is required at time of service*** Iona Sebastian is a caring and dedicated psychotherapist working in Washington, DC. She earned her Master’s in Social Work from the University of Maryland and has an additional doctorate degree in mathematical economics. Ms. Sebastian works with adults and seniors with depression, anxiety, and adjustment disorders. She also works with adolescents, and she describes her therapy style as eclectic. Ms. Sebastian attends continuing education courses at Washington School of Psychiatry alongside her private practice. She has extensive experience conducting various psycho-social activities. Ms. Sebastian worked for the World Bank before becoming a psychotherapist. She took early retirement in order to be able to pursue this line of work, which allows her to give back to the community. She is fluent in English, French, Italian, Romanian, and German, and she can understand written Spanish and Russian.
Efrat Gotlib, LCSW
Efrat Gotlib, LCSW
4.5
(2)
116 W 23rd Fifth floor, New York
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PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT WE CURRENTLY ACCEPT NEW PATIENTS ONLY IN OUR CHELSEA (23ST) LOCATION, BROOKLYN AND ONLINE. Efrat Gotlib is a Licensed Therapist and Life-Coach. She is a graduate of MITPP-an Advanced Psychoanalytical Psychotherapy Institute. In addition, to her training at MITPP she specialized in additional techniques, which include: cognitive therapy (CBT), behavior therapy (DBT), mindfulness, spirituality, solution-focused therapy and life-coaching. Efrat is known for her no-nonsense approach. She provides a supportive, non-judgmental environment where she works together with her patients on a customized solution, based on her patient's individual needs. Her expertise and eclectic approach allows her to take each of her patients on a personalized journey, where she helps them overcome life's hurdles. Efrat understands that committing to a traditional model of therapy can be challenging for the busy individual. In order to accommodate her patients she offers her services online as well. Find out more about how Efrat Gotlib, LCSW and Life-Coach and her Therapy24x7 team can help you. Once appointment is booked, you will receive a phone call from our practice to ensure we're the best fit to provide your care. In order to facilitate the process, please fill in the registration form online. This phone call must be completed within 48 hours. For best outcome we recommend weekly sessions. Please pick an appointment time that would work with your weekly schedule. We currently do not work with couples
Dr. Gabriella Inczedy Farkas, MD, PhD
Dr. Gabriella Inczedy Farkas, MD, PhD
4.5
(2)
387 Park Ave S, New York
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Focused and caring, Dr. Gabriella Farkas believes in providing effective patient care. She encourages her patients to discuss their problems candidly. Dr. Farkas brings her neuroscience research experience and extensive clinical knowledge to her own practice. Dr. Farkas pursued her medical degree at the Semmelweis University Faculty of Medicine. She also completed her Ph.D. in neuroscience at Semmelweis University. She is certified in psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Farkas is also affiliated with many leading medical centers such as Forest Hills Hospital, Franklin Hospital, and Long Island Jewish Medical Center. She is a member of the Institute for Functional Medicine and the American Psychiatric Association. Dr. Farkas is very proactive and believes in delivering appropriate care to each patient. She is fluent in English and French which makes her culturally attuned to patients from various backgrounds.