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Jill V. Alberts, Psy.D
Geographic Area: Manhattan, Upper East Side
Proximity to Public Transportation: 4& 5 trains - 86th st, 6 train- 96th st.
Address:
65 East 96th St., 1-C
New York, NY 10128
212-828-5757
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Adolescent, Adult individual, Anxiety and anxiety disorders, Child therapy, Conflicts with creativity, Couples therapy, Depression and mood disorders, Divorce counseling, Eating disorders, Grief and mourning, Parent guidance, Relationships, Stress and coping, Trauma
Insurance Accepted: Oxford, United Health Care
Analytic Training: Advanced Candidate
Short Bio:

EDUCATION/TRAINING: PTI-CFS Advanced Candidate, Adult Program in Psychoanalysis; Psy.D. in School/Child Psychology, New York University 2005; M.S. Columbia University School of Social Work, 1979, MPH-Columbia University School of Public Health, 1980
CLINICAL EXPERIENCE: Private Practice: Psychoanalysis; Individual psychotherapy with adults, adolescents and children, parent guidance, couples therapy and psychoeducational evaluations (2006-Present)
School Psychologist: Collegiate School (2007-2013)
TEACHING & SUPERVISION: Faculty: Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Child and Adolescent Program. Adjunct Faculty: New York University Steinhardt School of Education. Supervisor: Karen Horney Clinic. Member: American Psychoanalytic Association (Associate), American Psychological Association, New York State Psychological Association.

Sundar Cook, Psy.D
Geographic Area: Old Town Alexandria
Proximity to Public Transportation: King Street Metro Station
Address:
411 1/2 North Washington Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
540-931-5238
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Adult individual, Anxiety and anxiety disorders, Couples therapy, Depression and mood disorders, Grief and mourning, Neuropsychological testing, Stress and coping, Trauma
Insurance Accepted: Blue Cross, Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO
James Curley-Egan
Andrew L Erdman, LCSW
Geographic Area: New York City, Bronx, Westchester, Riverdale, Manhattan
Proximity to Public Transportation: No. 1 train at W. 238 St., Bx7 bus, BxM1 and BxM2 express busses.
347-581-3618
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Adult individual, Family
Analytic Training: Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, two-year program. Functional Family Therapy (FFT).
Eric D.P. Fielding, Ph.D.
Geographic Area: Ellicott City, Columbia, Catonsville, Baltimore, MD
Proximity to Public Transportation: About 1/2 mile from RTA/Howard Transit Route 405/Yellow A (Baltimore National Pike @ St. John's Lane), 1 mile from MTA Route 150 (Western-most stop)
Address:
Fielding Psychological Associates
9051 Baltimore National Pike, Ste. 4B
Ellicott City, MD 21042
410-868-4143
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Adolescent, Adult individual, Anxiety and anxiety disorders, Child therapy, Couples therapy, Depression and mood disorders, Family, Parent guidance, Relationships
Insurance Accepted: Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO, Care First , Magellan (any subsidiary)
Analytic Training: Baltimore Washington Center for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis Child Fellowship (2 years), The Consortium of the Baltimore Washington Center for Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Contemporary Freudian Society, and Washington Center for Psychoanalysis “Introduction to Psychodynamic Theory & Practice Course" (1 year)
Short Bio:

Eric D.P. Fielding, Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychologist in Maryland, where he provides services in both the private practice and State hospital settings. A 2004 graduate of the Fuller School of Psychology’s Clinical Psychology Program in Pasadena, CA, Dr. Fielding completed his Internship and Postdoctoral Fellowship and remained as a staff therapist for an additional year at the Allendale Association in Lake Villa, IL. Since then, he has practiced in Maryland. In private practice, Dr. Fielding offers individual therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. He also works with couples. In the hospital setting, Dr. Fielding works with a multidisciplinary team on a continuing care unit, and provides group and individual therapy, as well as psychological testing to persistently mentally ill adults.

Miriam F Godfrey, MSW
Geographic Area: Baltimore, Roland Park, Pikesville
Address:
600 Wyndhurst Avenue
Suite 225
Baltimore, MD 21210
301-412-9740
Address 2:
104 Church Lane
Suite 120
Pikesville, MD 21207
410-343-9756 x734
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Adult individual, Anxiety and anxiety disorders, Depression and mood disorders, Grief and mourning, Relationships, Stress and coping, Trauma
David H Lifschutz, MD
Address:
17 East 97th Street, suite #1C,
New York, NY 10029
212-529-2733
Address 2:
611 Broadway (Tuesdays only)
#529
New York, NY 10012
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Adolescent, Adult individual, Anxiety and anxiety disorders, Child therapy, Conflicts with creativity, Couples therapy, Depression and mood disorders, Divorce counseling, Eating disorders, Family, Grief and mourning, LGBT issues, Parent guidance, Parent-infant, Psychopharmacology , Relationships, Sexual problems, Stress and coping, Trauma
Insurance Accepted: Aetna, Aetna Student Health
Analytic Training: 7 years at NYU PostDoc. three years at CFS
Short Bio:

Trained at LAC-USC Medical Centers Adult Psychiatrist, and Child and Adolescent Fellowship.
Significant exposure (Supervision, seminars, infant observation seminar with Kleinian Group in LA)
three years doing Analyst/Case Manager with Full time inpatient Adolescent Practice at Del Amor Hospital in Torrance, Calif.
Invited to join Grotsteins Group for the Study of Borderline and Psychotic states

Joseph Schap, LCPC
Geographic Area: Baltimore
443-858-2222
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Adolescent, Adult individual, Anxiety and anxiety disorders, Child therapy, Depression and mood disorders, Trauma
Insurance Accepted: Value Options
Short Bio:

I've been in practice since 2010, primarily serving the low-income minority populations of West Baltimore doing in-home psychotherapy. I've done extended training in CBT, clinical hypnosis, play therapy, and psychodynamic therapy. I'm doing analytic training because I've discovered that analytic thought has had more of an influence on my clinical work than anything I've done before. My ongoing goal is to provide quality psychotherapy to people with limited choices due to financial strain and other barriers.

Ayalah Shapiro Bivas, LMSW
Geographic Area: Upper East Side
Proximity to Public Transportation: 4, 5, 6 Trains
Address:
177 East 87th Street
#409 /CFS
New York, NY 10128
917.935.9641
Additional Languages: Hebrew
Neda Sharghi Salehi
Aaron M Thaler, Ph.D.
212-769-9464
Josh Wolf-Powers
Geographic Area: NYC: Columbus Circle, Downtown, Upper East Side
Proximity to Public Transportation: Subways: A, B, C, D, E, F, L, N, Q, R, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Address:
Sexuality, Attachment and Trauma Project
333 W. 57th Street, Suite 102
New York, NY 10019
347-921-4797
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Adult individual, Anxiety and anxiety disorders, Couples therapy, Depression and mood disorders, Family, Grief and mourning, Group psychotherapy, LGBT issues, Relationships, Sexual problems, Stress and coping, Trauma, Work inhibitions
Analytic Training: Training at PTI of CFS
Short Bio:

The relationship between patient and therapist is the most important aspect of the therapy I practice. I’m also very interested in the unconscious – those things we don’t know or understand about ourselves, and about who, why, or how we are. Curiosity is the primary tool I bring to my practice of psychotherapy: I want to know what it is like to be you.

I have experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings. I work with adults suffering from anxiety, depression, out-of-control behavior, addiction, childhood trauma and sexual abuse, and other challenges.

I practice at the Sexuality, Attachment and Trauma Project, where I specialize in working with people’s relationship to their sexuality, informed by an understanding of the importance of their histories of attachment and trauma. I also practice under the auspices of CFS, through its Treatment Services program.

Román Yumatov, M.A., ABD
Geographic Area: Downtown (NYU/Union Square area; Greenwich Village)
Address:
300 Mercer Street
Suite 3B
New York, NY 10003
(917) 602-5680
Areas of Specialization/Expertise: Adult individual, Anxiety and anxiety disorders, Depression and mood disorders, Grief and mourning, LGBT issues, Relationships, Sexual problems, Trauma
Additional Languages: Russian

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