Dr. Randi Schneider has been in practice for more than twenty-five years and received her education at the University of Washington School of Social Work. Dr. Schneider has advanced training in couples and family therapy and can even work with clients where one partner is not ready to join the therapy process.
Dr. Schneider uses a mix of Cognitive Behavioral, Family/Marital, and Family Systems treatment approaches for counseling clients that struggle with issues in alcohol abuse, anger management, divorce, family conflict, Internet addiction, parenting, and self-esteem.
Session with Dr. Schneider cost between $80 and $100 and she does make use of a sliding scale. She does accept cash and check and many major insurance providers.
For a more synergistic approach to therapy, Suzy Daren, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, is the person to visit. She incorporates an eclectic mix of contemporary psychotherapy with yoga and mediation. This yoga psychotherapy encourages clients to take full responsibility and participation in their healing.
Suzy Daren studied at John F. Kennedy University and has been in practice for eight years. She has been studying and practicing yoga and meditation for twenty years however.
Dr. Daren makes use of Cognitive Behavioral, Eclectic, Existential, Family/Martial, Humanistic, and Transpersonal treatment approaches with her clients. She is equipped to handle clients struggling with issues in coping skills, adoption, infertility, depression, anger management, parenting, self-esteem, and spirituality, to name a few.
Sessions with Dr. Daren, on average cost $150. She is considered out of network but does accept credit cards, cash and checks.
Couples seeking a session focused on improved communication can turn to Dr. Joan Zimmerman. Dr. Zimmerman went to school at Hunter College, School of Social Work and has been in practice for more than thirty years. Dr. Zimmerman works most with Internal Dialogue, which is founded in Imago Relationship Therapy. Her goal is to teach couples how to talk and restoring connections.
Dr. Zimmerman treats same sex and heterosexual couples, and deals with issues ranging from coping skills and depression, to family conflict, self-esteem and stress management. She also makes use of a variety of treatment approaches including: Eclectic, Family/Marital, Imago Relationship Therapy, Interpersonal, Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, and Psychodynamic.
Dr. Zimmerman does employ a sliding scale and accepts cash and checks. She is consider out of network with insurance providers.
For an uncomplicated, and even humorous approach to therapy, Dr. Michael Fischman is the answer. Dr. Fischman works with clients to take complicated problems and personality issues and turn them into clearly defined treatment plans. Not only does Dr. Fischman show clients what needs to be done, he also helps them to get there.
Dr. Fischman studied at Yeshiva University and has been in practice for more than twenty years. He offers individual and group therapy, and two of his current groups are for learning how to interact within the boundaries of a healthy family and one that focuses on emotional communication.
Dr. Fischman has gained experience with a variety of treatment approaches including Family/Marital, Humanistic, Jungian, Psychoanalytic and Psychdynamic.
He uses these approaches to help address issues with chronic impulsivity, coping skills, codependcy, divorce, domestic abuse/violence, family conflict, infidelity, sexual addiction, and spirituality, to name a few.
Sessions with Dr. Fischman cost between $80 and $100 and he does use a sliding scale. Many different insurance providers are accepted, as are several different payment options.