Feeling Good with evidence-based psychotherapy in a warm and supportive environment
Elise Munoz MA, DESS PSY, MSW, DSW(c), LCSW-R | Clinical Director
Westchester & Manhattan, Online in NY, CT, NJ, TN and FL
I am the founder and Clinical Director of Feeling Good Psychotherapy (FGP) with several locations in White Plains and Manhattan and the co-founder of The Feeling Good Center of New York (FGC-NY), a CBT training center located in downtown Manhattan. In my private group practice at FGP, 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, TEAM. 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 and I am licensed to practice in NYS and CT.
I have received extensive academic and continuing practical psychotherapy training in clinical psychology both in the USA and Switzerland where I am a licensed psychologist with a psychology license (MA) from the University of Neuchatel and a post-license/predoc (DESS PSY) in clinical psychology from the University of Geneva. I currently hold an academic appointments as Adjunct Assistant Professor at New York University, Silver School of Social Work, and I am currently a Doctoral candidate in Clinical Evidence-Based Social Work at the University of Pennsylvania. I conduct therapy sessions in either English, French or conversational Spanish.
Academic & Professional Experience
Sarah Martin MSW, LCSW | Clinical Supervisor
Manhattan, Online NY & FL
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.
Rachel Mitaritonna MSW, LCSW | Clinical Supervisor
Manhattan, Online NY & FL
Cognitive Therapy helps provide the tools necessary to uncover the distorted thoughts and self-defeating beliefs that rob us of joy and create needless suffering. I would love the opportunity to work with you to help you gain a more healthy balanced perspective of yourself and life. I am passionate about collaborating with clients to help them develop healthy coping mechanisms in order to overcome life stressors and enjoy better mental health and emotional balance. I believe in providing therapy that focuses on creating a strong therapeutic relationship using compassion and empathy. Additionally, teaching clients how to remain focused on the here and now with the use of mindfulness and meditation.
I obtained my education from Stony Brook University and currently practice therapy as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I am currently working towards my certification with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. I have completed trainings in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with The Beck Institute and Trial-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy at Columbia School of Social Work. I have experience working with individuals from all ages on a wide range of issues relating to anxiety, depression, PTSD/trauma, relationship issues and other difficult life transitions. Additionally, I have over 10 years of experience in Applied Behavior Analysis working with special populations across the life span such as Autism Spectrum Disorder.
I look forward to working together to help you create lasting change in your life!
Alice Sounthala MSW, LCSW | Clinical Supervisor
Binghamton, Online NY & FL
I am a New York State licensed clinical therapist. I have experience working with individuals who struggle with depression, anxiety, suicide, addiction & substance use disorders, sexual identity & gender identity related issues, as well as race & religion-related stress. I enjoy working with teenagers and young adults who may be going through a variety of challenging transitions in their life. My clinical approach is client centered and strengths based, meaning I will meet you where you are at in terms of readiness for change, while also therapeutically challenging you by helping you access your unique strengths and abilities.
Using a variety of modalities, I will tailor the therapy to what is most supportive to you. I will help you meet your goals through the use of evidence-based practice including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI). I receive ongoing supervision through a certified DBT consultant and am currently working on becoming certified in TEAM-CBT, as I am deeply committed to my own personal and professional growth.
I believe my background as a female of a minority race, and the daughter of immigrants helps me see individuals in a nonjudgmental space informed by a social justice lens. My upbringing, education, and work experience combine for a unique level of appreciation and understanding that helps me connect with people on a more intimate level. I look forward to building a trusting and secured relationship with you and helping you to achieve personal wellness and growth.
Effy Bergstein MS, MHC-LP
Manhattan & NY Online
Hello and welcome! My goal as a therapist is to create a non-judgmental and safe space that allows for self-exploration. Our therapeutic relationship can enable you to feel accepted, understood and encouraged, with the freedom to share your most authentic self. I’ve helped clients across the lifespan in the treatment of mood related issues, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, depression and relationships.
My young clients, who include children and teens, have many social and academic pressures to confront during their development. Learning better coping mechanisms and positive strategies early on sets the stage for a healthier developmental trajectory and more positive relationships in the years to come. I work with this same mindset in treating my adult clients, fostering an environment that is warm and accepting, which allows for a slowing down and processing of thoughts and emotions.
While there’s no single approach that’s right for everyone, my collaborative style of therapy is aimed at teaching my clients practical skills and problem-solving strategies. I cultivate a compassionate space that incorporates mindfulness, cognitive, behavioral and motivational methods within an evidence-based approach called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). It is my passion to facilitate the development of hope and self-esteem in children and adults alike. With patience and warmth, I will be there alongside my clients as we practice various strategies to help them back on track to feeling good.
Amanda Boeing MSW, LMSW
Dealing with difficult feelings, thoughts, and situations can be challenging and isolating. I find so much value in helping you to increase your self-compassion and to find ways to cultivate joy in your life. I enjoy helping people struggling with depression and anxiety, as well as those dealing with grief, relationship and family issues. I also really enjoy working with people who struggle with body image and are looking to develop a better relationship with food, and a better relationship with the self in general. As a member of the LGBTQIA+ community, I can imagine the fear, anxiety, excitement, and confusion that comes with navigating sexuality and I consider it an honor to work with individuals in this community.
I find so much healing in Mindfulness-based interventions, as well as Somatic approaches, which can serve to calm the stress response in the body. Additionally, I utilize an advanced evidence-based approach to cognitive behavioral therapy. My holistic approach also includes building on your strengths to empower you, and helping you understand your mind-body connection. I also help you to look at all of the components that influence your mental health and how things like human connection, sleep, self-esteem, movement/play, and safety, all dramatically impact your mental wellbeing. I find value in teaching you how to intuitively listen to your body's needs. I do a lot of work with my clients that specifically helps them move away from any shame or guilt they are feeling, and understand that scary and uncomfortable feelings, thoughts, or behaviors are very, very normal.
I am constantly learning from my clients who are the expert of their own lives. My pronouns are she/her/hers, and I utilize an anti-oppressive framework. I work hard to ensure I am cultivating a safe, deeply empathetic space for my clients, where there is no judgement, and where I can help give you tools to embody your best self. Helping my clients learn about their body and mind, unearthing the beauty inside of themselves, and finding healing is one of my passions, and I can’t wait to share that with you!
I graduated with my Masters in Social Work from Daemen College in Buffalo, NY, and am licensed in New York State.”
Autumn Bush MSW, LMSW
Manhattan & NY Online
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.
Lynne Byrne MA, M.Ed, LPCA
Connecticut & NY Online
Carl Rogers wrote, “when I have been listened to and heard, I am able to re-perceive my world in a new way and go on.” As your therapist, I am committed to creating a partnership based on trust, compassion, acceptance and mutual respect. In our work together, my goal is to provide a safe space for you to reflect, gain insight into the origins of your challenges and learn practical skills to help you overcome them so you can feel better and live your life more fully. I also believe deeply in the mental health benefits of exercise, nutrition, mindfulness meditation, journaling and seeking out creative sources of passion and joy in one's life. I am excited about the TEAM Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach as it provides a collaborative framework for conducting evidence based therapy offering a multitude of tools to combat symptoms and challenges and help you reach your goals.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate in Connecticut, and received my MA in Psychological Counseling, and my EdM in Mental Health Counseling from Teachers College, Columbia University. I have experience in individual, group and teletherapy settings working with clients aged 16 years and older seeking support for anxiety, stress, depression, grief, relationship/family difficulties, LGBTQ issues, substance use and self esteem issues. I am also trained in multicultural counseling which understands how our client’s experiences are shaped by their unique identities (race, culture, ethnicity, SES, family structure, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity, etc.). I am also certified in TEAM-CBT, Level 2.
Courage involves vulnerability and I applaud you for taking this first step on the path to feeling good again. It would be my privilege to move forward together with you in this work.
Brittany Cestone MSW, LMSW
White Plains, Westchester & NY Online
Humans are wired to connect and my goal as a therapist is to create a supportive alliance with you that is first and foremost based on trust, respect, and understanding. I believe that therapy is a unique experience, in which one can feel safe and supported in exploring themselves, develop new perspectives, build self-compassion, and find true purpose. Over time, we will work together to overcome barriers, enhance skills, and promote confidence to help you achieve your goals. The most important part of our work is that you get to define what that looks like for you.
I am passionate about helping individuals overcome negative beliefs they may have about themselves, others, or the world, specifically after a trauma or an adverse life experience. My clinical training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) and Motivational Interviewing (MI), allows me to have a unique perspective to help individuals identify what is keeping them stuck and find ways to create a new narrative to their lives. In addition to trauma, I work with individuals with anxiety, depression, mood disorders, low self-esteem, addictions, ADHD, and relationship concerns. I also enjoy drawing from a strengths-based perspective to enhance an individual’s skills and abilities. Additionally, I incorporate mindfulness strategies to best support self-regulation of the mind and body as well as promote self-trust.
I am a licensed master social worker and hold a license to practice in New York and Maryland. I received my Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. I have experience working in various settings, including residential programs, schools, and outpatient mental health clinics. I enjoy working with both children and adults of all ages. I am a certified in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) to treat PTSD and am pursuing certification in TEAM-CBT. I would love the opportunity to build a partnership with you, one in which we work together to support your personal growth and increase skills to create positive and impactful change in your life.
Caroline Dixon MSW, LMSW
Manhattan & NY Online
I believe every one deserves to feel the best version of themselves, while allowing and accepting the existence of all emotions. The foundation of our work together will be built on empathy, compassion, alliance and hope. I’m passionate about discovering how experiences shape our way of being and exploring the bridge between the mind-body connection.
In our sessions together, we will uncover your inner strengths and translate them into tools to help you navigate the complexities of your world. We will build you a toolkit of coping skills rooted in Cognitive Behavioral techniques and mindfulness-based modalities to enhance your emotional wellbeing and bring about changes you want to see in your life. We will explore what hasn’t worked in the past, and find what does.
My first objective will always be to meet you where you are in your life journey. We will identify the systems, circumstances and relationships that serve as barriers and will work within those parameters to reveal your inner strengths and happiness.
I graduated from New York University with my Masters degree of Social Work with a clinical focus and am currently working towards a TEAM-CBT certification. My experience with children and adults with a range of needs is guided by a strengths-based framework and the use of evidence-based treatments. The goal is for our work together to be a vehicle for your path to empowerment. I look forward to partnering with you in your process of self-discovery.
Brooke Dugan MA, M.Ed, MHC-LP
Manhattan & NY Online
Life can often be challenging and overwhelming. However, with the support of an empathetic, genuine therapist, the pain and anxiety that comes with difficult experiences can become more manageable. I believe that therapy is a place for individuals to foster significant, life-altering growth experiences as a result of better understanding themselves and making meaning out of their life’s events.
I create a safe, trusting environment for my clients to develop useful life skills for improving their mental health. I received my Masters of Arts and Masters of Education in Mental Health Counseling from Teachers College, Columbia University. With a background in positive psychology and sexuality and gender issues, it is my goal to help each of my clients cultivate healthy, empowering relationships with themselves and others. Together, we will use evidence-based methods to help you work towards reducing negative self-talk and increasing fulfilling life experiences in your career, health, and intimate relationships.
I believe in using a collaborative therapeutic style that integrates practical knowledge and a sense of humor to assist clients in overcoming challenges in all areas of their lives. I have experience supporting clients dealing with issues surrounding eating disorders, trauma, sexual functioning, substance use, anxiety, and depression.
Wianda Jean MS, MHC-LP
White Plains, Westchester and NY Online
Maybe your life feels overwhelming some days and you are having difficulties handling it all alone. My hope is that we can work together to take some, or even all of the pressure off. And as we explore and begin to recognize exactly what is holding you back, change and transformation will come. Your dedication to seeking help already tells me that you desire just that. Every session is an opportunity to collaboratively learn, grow and to put it simply, feel better.
I am a Mental Health Counselor with experience treating diverse individuals of all ages, ethnic backgrounds, sexual orientations, and challenges. My experience includes helping people struggling with the symptoms of anxiety, depression, addiction, mood disorders, ADHD, trauma, psychiatric diagnoses, autism spectrum disorder, and more. I particularly enjoy working with adolescents and young adults who may be experiencing difficulties with self-esteem, a sense of purpose, or navigating different traumas and struggles. I am committed to working with you towards newfound hope and peace in your life, one session at a time.
My therapeutic style is entirely focused on your needs. With cognitive behavioral therapy as the foundational approach, I will cater sessions to your receptivity to a wide variety of techniques. Every person has a unique story, and on this treatment path, we will travel together side by side, until you are able to race ahead. My clients typically appreciate my patience and warmth with them, and these are qualities I strive to bring into every session. Therapy will not always be easy, but it will always be worth it. Let's journey together.
Caroline Kaleda MA, MHC-LP
Manhattan & NY Online
My favorite part of being a therapist is the continuously evolving relationship that I foster with my clients. I love learning about my clients – everything that makes them who they are, from their interests to their cultural influences to their friends and family, and how all of this impacts the way they view the world.
I am passionate about assisting clients who suffer from anxiety, relationship issues, and addictions, but also love to work with clients with a variety of other concerns including depression, body image issues, self-esteem, trauma, and more. I use an open, empathetic, and relaxed approach that is free of judgment and provide counseling that is both culturally competent and LGBTQ+ affirming.
I received my Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from New York University and have experience working in private practice and intensive outpatient substance use programs. I primarily use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy but also implement other evidenced-based approaches such as motivational interviewing, mindfulness, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy techniques as needed. I can integrate methods based on what works best for you and what you wish to seek in treatment; I can also help you to stay present, develop coping skills, and examine how your thought patterns could be impacting the way you are feeling.
I love that as a therapist I get the chance to show my clients a new way of approaching their struggles, and help them learn to value themselves for who they are. I look forward to the chance to be with you on this journey; whatever you are struggling with, we can work it out together.
Hannah McGrath M.Div, MA, MHC-LP
Manhattan & NY Online
As psychologist William James wrote, “The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.” There is freedom in realizing that we don’t have to identify with our thoughts, particularly when we are feeling depressed or anxious; we can examine them and even replace them. Working from a cognitive-behavioral therapy approach, we will identify thoughts that are causing distress for you, and use techniques that can challenge these thoughts which often leads to meaningful improvements in feelings and behaviors. A beautiful aspect of this approach is that it affirms your strengths and values and recognizes you as the expert of your own experience. I also incorporate DBT and mindfulness techniques to help you feel more connected to the present moment, which can also serve to reduce stress and anxiety.
I received my Master of Divinity and Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling from Wake Forest University, and have clinical experience conducting individual therapy and family therapy with people of all ages, gender identities, and cultural backgrounds. My areas of specialty include: depression, anxiety, trauma, academic stress, relationship issues, spiritual identity questions, cultural stressors, and grief. I am pursuing training under the Intuitive Eating model to better support individuals struggling with eating disorders in a way that allows them to develop a loving relationship with your body and get back in touch with their body’s inner wisdom.
No matter what concern brings you to counseling, I look forward to working together toward creating the changes that you want to see!
Katherine K.C. Maloney MSW, LMSW
White Plains, Westchester & NY Online
Maybe you have been struggling for a long time, or perhaps a recent loss or traumatic experience has left you shaken and learning to cope with a challenging new reality. For all the reasons you have come to Feeling Good Psychotherapy, deciding to begin or resume therapy is an important and courageous step toward creating greater wellbeing in your life.
I will meet you where you are in your life and work towards establishing a strong therapeutic relationship that is validating, supportive, and nonjudgmental. Together we will use methods from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and other evidence-based practices to help you make the changes you would like to see in your life and shift unhelpful thinking patterns and behaviors that get in the way.
I received my MSW from Columbia University School of Social Work and am a Licensed therapist in New York State. I have experience working with adults and adolescents encountering life stressors and transitions, depression, anxiety, panic, trauma, grief and loss, and relationship difficulties. I have also practiced crisis stabilization with children and adolescents, provided psychotherapy for adults managing serious mental illness, and served as a medical social worker assisting patients and their families in navigating medical illness as well as psychosocial challenges.
Ariel Ligowski MSW, LCSW
Manhattan & NY Online
I’m a New York State-licensed psychotherapist committed to providing quality therapy to adults of all identities. I work with adults of all ages, particularly young adults with a history of trauma who experience anxiety, depression, Borderline Personality Disorder, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. I work from an anti-oppressive, strengths-based, person-centered perspective that combines cognitive-behavioral and dialectic approaches.
I have a Master's in Social Work from Columbia University and years of experience in community mental health and substance use treatment settings serving individuals from every background.
Reaching out is a difficult and brave first step. Even considering to pursue therapy shows a commitment to your personal growth and wellness. I would welcome the opportunity to partner with you on that journey.
Melissa Haber MSW, LMSW
White Plains, Westchester & NY Online
My goal as a therapist is to create a warm, trusting and nonjudgmental environment where you will feel heard and understood in every session. Much of the success that takes place in therapy coincides with a strong relationship between the client and therapist. I love what I do, and I am deeply committed to developing a collaborative and authentic relationship with all of my clients. With a foundation in Cognitive Behavior Therapy, I give my clients the tools to overcome their challenges and find balance in their lives.
I have a strong interest in treating clients struggling with anxiety, obsessions/compulsions, phobias, depression, life transitions, women’s issues, depression, autism, and ADHD. I enjoy working with teens and adults and have many years of experience working in a variety of settings.
I am a New York State licensed therapist with a Master’s degree in Social Work from Boston University. I use an eclectic approach to therapy with an emphasis on solution-focused, evidence-based therapy which includes TEAM CBT and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).
Maria Cristina Latorre MA, MSW, LMSW
White Plains and Midtown Manhattan/GCS & NY Online
What life challenges are you facing? Are you struggling with anxiety or depression? Maybe you're wrestling with compulsive habits, 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 Master's 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.
Andrea Sioris MSW, LMSW
Manhattan & NY Online
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 therapist, 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.
Jody Truwit MSW, LMSW
Connecticut & NY Online
Your motivation and courage to overcome your struggles and pursue healing, growth and wellness is inspiring. It is a privilege to join you in this work.
My priority is to create a trusting, supportive partnership focused on your goals. I believe deeply in teamwork and use compassion, creativity, humor, and mutual respect to work with you to make the positive change you are seeking in your life. I work with children, adolescents and adults with mental health challenges to regain their strength, resilience and confidence using cognitive and behavioral coping, problem-solving, and productive thinking methods. I also partner with clients who are interested in learning how additional mind-body wellness tools and habits can augment their healing journey, including exploring nutrition, exercise, sleep, meditation, visualization, journaling and art therapy. My therapeutic approach draws on the healing, affirming and empowering aspects of Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Positive Psychology to build your self esteem, your skills and your joy.
I have experience working with anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, school-related issues, relationship difficulty, challenging life transitions, stress management, parenting and performance coaching.
I am a CT licensed therapist with a Masters degree in Social Work from New York University. I have training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) from The Beck Institute and in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) from Behavior Tech, and I have a Level 2 certification in the evidence-based TEAM-CBT approach. I look forward to working with you.
Kerry Higgins MSW, LMSW Limited availability, online only!
Online only, NY
I am a New York State licensed therapist. I specialize in treating eating disorders and also work with people who are struggling with depression, anxiety, 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.
Sev Carney MA, M.Ed, LMFT Not accepting new clients
Manhattan & NY Online
The poet Ben Okri writes, "The most authentic thing about us is our capacity to create, to overcome, to endure, to transform, to love, and to be greater than our suffering." However, sometimes it can feel like you've lost your way. Therefore, having a guide can make a difference.
My therapeutic mission is to provide a safe space where we can explore the emotions and experiences that characterize your struggles, masteries, and everything in between. In the service of creating greater freedom in your life, together we'll discover the factors contributing to difficulties and those strengths that may be waiting to be acknowledged.
I specialize in working with adults, particularly those who may be experiencing anxiety, depression, social phobias, panic attacks, trauma, abuse, procrastination, habits, compulsions, eating disorders, relationship/boundary problems, and trouble managing day-to-day tasks under stress; as well as with families and couples; and mothers and their babies, together in the therapy room.
I have wide experience of training at Columbia University, including mother-infant communication, parental mental health, and neuroscience. I'm also a certified Marriage and Family Therapist. My therapeutic approach is based on TEAM-CBT, developed by Dr. David Burns at Stanford University, and incorporates my extensive background in multiple schools of psychotherapy.
"If you want effective and rapid results and feel ready to get to work, I am the therapist that you are looking for!"