Feeling Good with evidence-based psychotherapy in a warm and supportive environment
Elise Munoz MA, MAS, MSW, LCSW-R | Clinical Director
Westchester, Midtown and Lower Manhattan
I am the founder and Clinical Director of The Feeling Good Center for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (FGC) located in White Plains and the co-founder of The Feeling Good Center of New York (FGC-NY) located in downtown Manhattan. In my private practices, located within within the premises of FGC and FGC-NY, I provide individual, group and intensive psychotherapy to children, adolescents as well as adults and parents. I am specialized and certified in various cognitive behavioral based therapies: CBT, T.E.A.M. therapy and trauma focused CBT. I also have extensive training and practice in family systems therapy. I provide therapy and cognitive assessment in both private practice, clinical and school settings.
I have received extensive academic and continuing practical psychotherapy training in clinical psychology both in Europe and in the USA. I possess a BA in psychology from Simmons College in Boston and a Masters degree in social work from Fordham University in New York. I am also a licensed psychologist in Switzerland with a psychology license from the University of Neuchatel and a post-license/predoc (DESS/MAS) in clinical psychology from Geneva University. I conduct therapy sessions in either English, French or conversational Spanish.
Academic & Professional Experience
David Bricker PhD, Licensed Psychologist | Training Director
Lower Manhattan | Contact directly at: (212) 406-3520 or email@example.com
I am the co-founder and Training Director of The Feeling Good Center of New York located downtown Manhattan. For the last 33 years I have been in private practice in lower Manhattan. This location enables me to maintain a practice with a diverse clientele. About half of my clients work in the Wall Street area. Many others come from nearby neighborhoods such as Tribeca, Soho, Battery Park City, Brooklyn Heights, Jersey City, Hoboken and other parts of Manhattan. My clients range in age from late teens to seventies, both men and women. About half of my appointments are with couples.
Current & Past Training Positions
Education, Certifications & Advanced Trainings
Autumn Bush MSW, LMSW
Midtown and Lower Manhattan
Welcome! My goal as a therapist is to provide a mixture of optimism, honesty, humor, and direct practicality. I have a genuine interest in each person seeking treatment and think of the therapeutic relationship as a unique collaborative partnership. I am a Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW) and received training working with children, adolescents, and adults with trauma histories. I specialize in helping individuals who struggle with anxiety and depression or who encounter difficulties within relationships overcome the daily intrusion of negative thoughts and behaviors by providing solution-focused treatment and support. My interests are in trauma, mood disorders, LGBTQ+ identity and supports, relationships, and parenting.
My therapeutic approach is eclectic drawing from cognitive, dialectical, and motivational methodologies with influences of mindfulness. My objective is to help clients identify what is not working and make steps toward managing stressors, where applicable, or eliminating them completely. If you struggle with anxiety or depression, are feeling stuck, are transitioning into your new identity as a parent, or are grappling with the lack of support with your gender identity, I can help and offer compassion and strength when you need it most.
I earned my Master of Social Work degree from New York University’s Silver School of Social
Work and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Women’s Studies from Skidmore College.
Kimberly Castillo MSW, LMSW
Lower Manhattan and Midtown
I am a NYS licensed psychotherapist, who enjoys working with individuals in every stage of adulthood. I attended Columbia University, where I earned a master’s in social work.
Some of the challenges that I work with people on are relationship problems, interpersonal stressors, employment-related, and academic stress. When working with people, I like to utilize the tools that they already have in dealing with stress and help people to broaden their ability to cope and work through their problems. I am a strong believer that all of my clients can overcome the challenges they are currently facing with the right support, tools, and motivation.
I am dedicated to assuring a positive patient experience, as well as working with my team to improve quality, safety, and service at the practice.
Jordan Conrad LMSW, MPhil, MSc
Too often, we believe that the problems we face are insurmountable, that our dreams are unachievable, that our lives are unsalvageable. However, with the support of a skilled therapist with whom you have developed a meaningful connection, a lasting and positive change can occur that will help you become who you want to be.
I work to foster that relationship. Drawing on up-to-date evidence-based practices, I utilize Cognitive Behavioral techniques to provide relief and develop the skills needed to have a more fulfilling life. I specialize in working with adolescents and adults with depression and anxiety, particularly as they relate to social and performance anxiety, relationship issues, and academic and employment success.
About me: I received my masters degree in social work from NYU. Prior to that I received a masters of science from the University of Edinburgh and a masters of philosophy from KU Leuven. I am currently a Visiting Scholar at the Center for Bioethics at NYU where I explore issues at the intersection of philosophy and psychology.
Please call (212) 405-8205 for a free 15-minute phone consultation. I look forward to meeting you.
Robyn Fowler MA, MFT-LP | Director Couples Program
White Plains and Midtown Manhattan/GCS
Are you tired of trying to make the best of your marriage or relationship? Or hoping it gets better once the kids get older? On a bad day, you might even catch yourself thinking, "I just can't do this any longer". You don't fight, but you don't talk or laugh much either. Or maybe you're deeply hurt by the same bitter arguments with your partner. Harsh words come out of the blue and you keep going over old issues. Nothing ever gets resolved. Nobody wins. The pain of infidelity or other disappointments seem insurmountable.
My name is Robyn Fowler and I have helped hundreds of diverse couples master the tools to improve their relationship and save their marriage. I'm a Certified Gottman Method Couples Therapist with a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from Australia with 14 years of experience helping people with therapy.
I listen, I care and I design a customized, scientifically supported program to meet your needs. Call 914 315 7950 to schedule your free 15-minute initial telephone conversation to find out how I could help you.
Sasha Grossman MSW, LMSW
I offer empathic, supportive, and collaborative psychotherapy for individuals, couples, multiple-partner relationships, and poly families for a range of concerns, including: anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, traumatic experiences, and compulsive thoughts or behaviors. I specialize in working primarily with adults in the kink, poly, trans, GNC/NB (gender non-conforming/non-binary), LGBQ, and sex work communities.
My clients and I work together to develop the tools and solutions that feel most effective by utilizing a variety of evidence-based approaches, including: cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, and mindfulness. I am in the process of becoming certified in TEAM-CBT, developed by David Burns, MD.
I received my graduate education at New York University’s Silver School of Social Work, and am a NYS licensed psychotherapist. I enjoy working with a wide variety of adults of all ages, races/ethnicities, and religious affiliations.
Yedidyah Herskovics MSW, LMSW
Midtown and Lower Manhattan
Life throws challenges at everyone. How we deal with those challenges determines our quality of life. Each individual processes the world in a unique way which is part of why no two people are alike. A consequence of this is that sometimes our interpretation of events or occurrences can be inaccurate, exaggerated, or distressing. We might think we aren’t good enough, jump to blame ourselves, label, generalize, focus too much or too little on certain aspects of life, etc. CBT, an evidence-based, goal-oriented, and short-term treatment modality offers hands-on tools and helps change the way we think and process information. With dedication and consistency, many people find rapid relief from anxiety, depression, eating disorders, personality disorders, schizophrenia, OCD, substance use, and even certain types of chronic pain.
I received my master’s degree in social work from NYU’s MSW program and am licensed to practice in NYS. I have worked with adults and children alike, from various backgrounds with diverse identities; being a part of bettering peoples’ lives is what keeps me passionate about this work. I offer a supportive, empathic, and warm environment in which you will gain the tools, understanding, and insight you need to overcome and move forward toward your goals. Together, we can guide you towards a more fulfilling life.
Kerry Higgins MSW, LMSW
White Plains and Midtown Manhattan/GCS
I am a New York State licensed Psychotherapist. I specialize in treating eating disorders and also work with people who are struggling with depression, anxiety, addiction, obsessive compulsive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder in addition to other issues. Utilizing evidence-based practice including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness and Motivational Interviewing (MI) I help clients develop resilience and positive coping mechanisms to enhance their quality of life and overcome interpersonal challenges. I value the uniqueness of each individual and believe in treating the whole person while providing a warm and empathic environment.
I received my Master’s Degree in Social Work from New York University Silver School of Social Work. I am currently undergoing training to become certified in TEAM-CBT therapy, developed by David Burns, MD. TEAM-CBT therapy is a powerful and effective framework for conducting evidence-based psychotherapy.
I have experience working in private practice, outpatient, inpatient and agency settings. I enjoy working with adolescents and adults of all backgrounds. Please call to set up at free 15 minute phone consultation with me.
Maria Cristina Latorre MA, MSW, LMSW
White Plains and Midtown Manhattan/GCS
What life challenges are you facing? Are you struggling with anxiety or depression? Maybe you're wrestling with addiction, a difficult relationship, or interpersonal interactions. Or, perhaps you want to improve some behavioral issues and develop healthier habits. I work with these issues and more. I am a trained Cognitive Behavioral Therapist and also utilize evidence-based therapy for treating individuals of all ages who have experienced trauma and physical, psychological, or sexual abuse. In addition to working with adults, I provide individual and group therapy to children and adolescents struggling with emotional and behavioral problems.
I hold a Masters in Social Work from New York University, and a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University. Among other positions, I have worked in a school-based mental health program, The Treatment Center for Trauma and Abuse and was Program Director for Violence Intervention Program, Inc.
From living abroad for several years, I have developed a strong cultural awareness and can offer sessions in Spanish and Portuguese. I look forward to discussing how I can help you with your difficulties.
Ben Okin MSW, LMSW
Childhood and adolescence can be a difficult time for kids and their families. Your child may be struggling with issues around ADHD, depression, anxiety, motivation, impulsivity or any number or combination of other challenges. Perhaps your boy is having difficulty discovering their positive masculine identity. Addressing and meeting these challenges at a young age can have a tremendous impact on sense of self, mastery of skills, and development going forward.
I have worked with young boys and adolescents in a variety of different contexts, from classrooms and after school programs to summer camps and therapeutic settings. This in addition to my education gives me a rounded and nuanced perspective on the young male experience and many of the common and uncommon trials that accompany it. I use this insight alongside my training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to form a supportive and client-specific therapeutic experience for all the individuals I work with.
Born and raised in Westchester County, I received my undergraduate degree in Psychology from Earlham College, my Master's in Social Work from Hunter College’s Silberman School of Social Work. I have worked in agency and private practice settings with individual clients and groups.
Kim Reichig MSW, LMFT
Life can be challenging and it can be hard to overcome problems alone. My therapeutic approach is collaborative, empathetic, supportive, and validating. I use evidence-based treatments including cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, motivational interviewing, and parent management training to help my patients achieve their goals. I work with children, adolescents, and adults in individual, parenting, couples, and group therapies. I am certified in TEAM-CBT and I am committed to treating anxiety, depression, and related disorders, relationship issues and other difficulties that arise in life, as well as helping parents effectively raise their children.
I received my masters degree from Long Island University and was a therapist at Family Services of Westchester. In addition, I am a member of the International Advisory Board for Columbia University’s Global Mental Health Program, which works to reduce stigma, promote research, and increase access to mental health professionals globally.
Andrea Sioris MSW, LMSW
Lower Manhattan and Midtown
Are you struggling to find happiness? Do you feel stuck or frustrated in trying to turn around negative thoughts, emotions or behaviors?
Facing these issues can feel daunting, but together, we can take steps to bring tangible change to your life through cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Using this solution-focused approach, we’ll prioritize your most pressing concerns and identify tools you can use immediately to empower you and begin to address your
I specialize in helping adults and adolescents navigate issues such as anxiety, depression, relationship challenges and day-to-day stressors. I am committed to creating a warm and empathetic environment so that my clients feel supported while we work together to achieve their goals.
I am a NYS licensed social worker, with a Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from New York University. Previously, I provided individual and group psychotherapy services in school and hospital settings for children, adolescents and adults. I am currently practicing the eclectic, evidence-based therapeutic TEAM-CBT approach, created by David Burns, MD.
Sandra Stingle PhD, Licensed Psychologist
Manhattan (Upper West Side)
I received my PhD at Columbia University and was a professor of Psychology at
Barnard College of Columbia University for 30 years. My psychoanalytic certificate was
granted by Post Graduate Center For Mental Health, and Sex Therapy qualification at Cornell Medical Center Department of Human Sexuality.
With a strong background in a variety of approaches I welcome working with individuals and couples to help them achieve their life goals. I have been trained as a psychoanalyst and have spent the past years incorporating many varied approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy, sex therapy, and couples therapy. The techniques included in advanced CBT approaches such those advanced by TEAM (developed by Dr. David Burns at Stanford University, which emphasizes the many tools vs. schools of therapy,), John Gottman's couples therapy and Harville Hendrix’s Imago therapy all can work in harmony to help you move to a better place. The diversity of my training allows me to tailor our work to fit you and your particular needs and goals with warmth and compassion.
I am passionate about finding many paths to help people overcome their personal struggles.
I enjoy getting to know each person and helping them navigate the many choices open to them. I partner with people to assist them in achieving their goals as we explore together the best and latest approaches, while making a safe, secure, and trusting relationship to foster their curiosity, and nourish their creativity. I feel fortunate to be able to accompany the people I work with on this path and to share the many truths I have gathered.
Tracy Vadakumchery MA, M.Ed, MHC-LP
White Plains, Midtown and Lower Manhattan
Life often presents frustrating challenges that force us to search for a new center of gravity, but therapy helps us find a new way to stand. Coming to therapy is the first step to changing the way you feel when stressors have you feeling off-center, so let’s find your balance.
It’s important to be pragmatic and realistic with your self-care. I believe in highlighting your strengths and working together to create strategies that work for you. I can provide new perspectives that can help change how you think, and ultimately how you feel. Together, we can create reasonable goals to help find what works for you.
I received my Master of Arts and Master of Education in Psychological Counseling from Teachers College, Columbia University in 2017. I have collaborated with clients seeking to address problems in their relationships and how they interact with others, and I have supported adolescents struggling with substance use, self-harm, and other risky behavior. Anxiety and depression are some of the various conditions that I treat.
Sarah Windt MSW, LCSW
Midtown and Lower Manhattan
Whether it is your first time seeking therapy or not, you’ve shown a great amount of strength just by deciding it is time for a change and taking action. I am a NYS licensed psychotherapist with a Masters degree in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania.
I have experience working with adults individually as well as facilitating psycho- educational groups. I work towards building a therapeutic relationship by developing trust from the beginning. Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy allows us to work collaboratively on the goals you’ve identified for yourself. We will work to challenge your unhealthy thoughts and behaviors while developing useful skills to implement into your daily life.
Areas of experience include Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Grief & Loss, and Panic Disorder.
I am a caring and genuine person who prioritizes every client leaving a session feeling valued and supported. I enjoy working with individuals from a variety of socio-econimic backgrounds as well as the LGBT community. I have worked in both private practice and larger outpatient centers.
Christine Tergis MSW-i
Westchester, Midtown and Lower Manhattan
All too often life can leave us feeling stressed-out, over-scheduled, and maybe even lethargic or depressed. Whatever it is that is keeping you from living ease-fully and purposefully – know that you do not have to do it alone and relief is possible. My therapeutic approach is warm, collaborative, and empathic, giving clients a judgement-free space to address whatever difficulties arise on their journey: anxiety, depression, relationship issues, performance anxiety, low self-esteem, traumatic experiences and other challenges.
Alongside fostering a safe and trusting relationship, I draw from evidence-based treatments including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help clients re-pattern their thinking and regain control of their lives. I am also a 200-hour certified yoga instructor and meditation teacher with additional training in trauma-informed yoga and mindfulness. For those who desire more tranquility in their lives, integrating mindfulness and relaxation techniques with CBT can provide much needed calm inside and outside of therapy.
I am currently completing the TEAM-CBT training certification program under the direct supervision of Elise Munoz, LCSW-R. Beginning in November, I will be co-leading a six-week anxiety group at The Feeling Good Center in White Plains, introducing CBT techniques and mindfulness skills for adolescents and young adults. I am scheduled to obtain my Master of Social Work from NYU Silver School of Social Work this coming spring.