Counseling and Therapists

77 Broadway #7
Amityville, NY

141 E 55th #9B
New York, NY

Mr. Anthony Michael Diprima Jr., CSW, MSW, LCSW, MSW LCSW, is a Clinical Social Worker specialist in Amityville, New York. He graduated in 1988, having over 29 years of diverse experience, especially in Clinical Social Worker. Mr. Anthony Michael Diprima accepts Medicare-approved amount as payment in full.

New York
Fenway Community Health
1340 Boylston Street
Boston, MA

The services provided by Fenway Community Health in Boston include primary health care, specialty care (HIV/AIDS, obstetrics, gynecology, gerontology, podiatry and nutritional counseling), mental health and addictions services, complementary therapies (chiropractic, massage, and acupuncture), health promotion, violence prevention and recovery, family and parenting services, including alternative insemination. Fenway operates the nation’s first community-based HIV research program. The program has been conducting long-term epidemiological research since 1985. Fenway is one of eight sites in the US that was selected by the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases to recruit participants for the first clinical trials of an HIV vaccine. Fenway also conducts a variety of clinical drug trials in its medical department. In 1996, Fenway participated in the state’s first lesbian health services study and provided testimony at the national hearing on lesbian health research issues. In July of 2000, Fenway Community Health was named an HIV Prevention and Treatment Network (HPTN) site by the National Institutes of Health. Fenway Community Health is affiliated with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. All physicians hold faculty appointments at Harvard Medical School. Research affiliations include Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Brown University Medical School.
Gonzalez, Ralph A., Positive Power Hypnotherapy
19 W 34th Street.
New York, NY

Positive Power Hypnotherapy uses a unique process that combines the conscious and subconscious to allow you to move forward in all areas of your life. Through hypnosis, we redesign your mind so that when negative thoughts arise, they are automatically replaced with positive ones.

Hypnotherapy is powerful, and we are achieving amazing results that will enable you to unleash your full potential and live happy, joyous, free and full of positive energy. Specializing in Performance Enhancement, Pain Management, Addiction Recovery, Smoking Cessation, Weight Loss, Stress and Anxiety Management Hypnotherapy.

Providing Hypnotherapy services with offices conveniently located in NYC and Yonkers.
New York
Hartman, Eric D., L.C.S.W.
875 6th Avenue, Ste 1705
New York, NY

“I am a psychotherapist in full-time private practice in Midtown Manhattan. I work with individuals and couples in short- and long-term psychotherapy. My clinical education began at New York University where I earned a Master of Social Work degree in 2005. I earned an advanced practice doctorate in clinical social work from Rutgers University in 2016, where my research interests included the study of dissociation, embodied perception, and the phenomenology of non-normative gender and sexuality. I have a post-graduate certificate in psychoanalytic psychotherapy and have also studied clinical hypnosis, cognitive-behavioral therapies, and couples therapy. My clinical approach is relational/interpersonal, and I utilize integrative methods to tailor interventions to fit each individual treatment. I am fully licensed by the state of New York to practice independently, and I am certified as a field instructor for social work interns.” – Eric D. Hartman
New York
Howard, Ken L.C.S.W.
566 S San Vicente Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA

Trusting a therapist well enough to call for an appointment and enter a professional relationship with me takes courage, and I honor and respect the need to know something about me before taking that kind of step. Well, first, I’m a licensed psychotherapist who identifies as openly gay and openly HIV-positive. I say that because for over 15 years I have specialized in working with gay men and people with HIV, though of course I am happy to work with many different kinds of people. My job is to help gay men and others improve their health, quality of life, and personal growth by helping them overcome barriers and achieve personal goals. I’ve been licensed in California since 1997, and have been doing this work full-time since 1992. I’m also the author of a book, and number of articles and columns (see the tab above for those, elsewhere on this website), and I give workshops as a public speaker. I also do consulting work to organizations and the media on gay mens’ issues.
Jarratt, Kent CSW, ACSW
875 Sizth Avenue #1705
New York, NY

“I am a licensed clinical social worker and Ericksonian hypnotherapist with over 30 years of experience helping individuals and couples discover and tap into their unconscious resources in order to change their lives. Hypnosis can be used for a whole range of problems.

I specialize in hypnosis and psychotherapy for problems such as: substance use, smoking cessation, stress reduction, anxiety and panic attacks, phobias, fear of flying, nail biting, eating disorders such as binge eating, weight management, and bulimia. Public speaking and performance anxiety are also prominent in the list of challenges that I help people with.

I also do medical hypnosis and work with issues such as anxiety around medical procedures and surgeries (pre-op and post-op); tinnitus; teeth grinding, IBS (Irritable bowel syndrome), as well as living with chronic illness.

My approach is flexible and eclectic, and I adapt the treatment plan to each individual. I enjoy helping clients from all walks of life and have worked extensively within the LGBT community. I hold clinical licenses in both New York and New Jersey, and am board certified by the National Association of Social Workers.

In addition to working directly with clients, I provide professional training, clinical supervision and consultations to agencies and individual therapists. Other experiences include: former President of the New York Milton H. Erickson Society for Psychotherapy and Hypnosis (NYSEPH), where I continue to teach in their 100-hour intensive training program; Former Director of Hypnotherapy Services for The National Institute for the Psychotherapies; Greta Singer Memorial Lecturer at Monmouth University (2011); and adjunct faculty for both graduate schools of Social Work and Mental Health Counseling at Hunter College/CUNY. I have also served as a Field Instructor for Columbia, NYU, Fordham, and Yeshiva.

I am an Accredited Teacher of T’ai Chi Chih®, a non-martial arts form of T’ai Chi. T’ai Chi Chih is a mindfulness moving meditation, also described as Joy Thru Movement.” – Kent Jarratt
New York
New York, NY

I provide focused, inter-active psychotherapy to individuals and couples. I have been in practice for 30 years and have varied experience with the full array of emotional and inter-personal conflicts that many people suffer with. I work with you to achieve optimal functioning based on the insight derived frm our work together.

In my couple’s treatment I follow the John Gottman Research-Based approach to relationship problems. These are tried and true techniques based on many years of research into these methods.

My practice is also sensitive to the unigue problems associated with aging and gay lifestyles.

I also have experience in geriatric care management and can advise and provide appropriate referrals regarding entitelements as well as veterans benefits.

212 645-3952
New York
Joyce, Eileen

Grief Recovery
Life After Loss
Build Your Business

Feeling stuck, tired, and depleted?

It could be unresolved grief.
If you are dealing with loss, recent or long ago…
If your life is not going in the direction you’d like…
If you have challenges that seem impossible to solve…

With me as your coach you can:

Complete unresolved grief from any major loss
Regain your passion for living
Know yourself and understand relationships at a whole new level
Generate new ideas and opportunities

Grief recovery is about healing a broken heart
If you don’t heal your broken heart, you move on with all the feelings and thoughts of your loss stuffed within you. Everything is compromised—relationships, health, and aliveness.

Any of the major losses brings about unwanted changes and conflicting thoughts and feelings. Some of the losses include:

Divorce or breakup
Death of a loved one
Death of a beloved pet
Loss of health, money, friendship, partnerships, job, trust
Grief is not just sadness; it is the pain of unspoken emotions like anger, love, sorrow for things said and unsaid, resentments and regrets, relief and fear.

With this overwhelming burden, is it any wonder that we lose our emotional honesty and aliveness?

Reclaim your life

Grief Recovery renews your passion for living. You’ll begin to see life more clearly and may feel the need for further support in making changes.

With me as your coach, together we’ll:

Uncover your strengths and capabilities
Identify what is not working and the changes you need to make
Create a one-step-at-a-time plan for taking effective actions
As you shift to being in charge of your life, your capacity for happiness, creativity, and productivity will grow.

Rebuilding Your Life After Loss
…a personal coaching program for people living with the death of a loved one and other major losses
Do you ask yourself, “Will I ever feel good again? How can I move from the pain and anguish I’ve been through? What can I do to take care of myself and those I love?”

At some point, each of us finds the strength to say, “I’m ready to start making some changes, but I need some help.” Oftentimes it’s not because we feel ready, it’s because the truth is—life is just not working very well.

This personal coaching program will help you:

Shift from feeling so out of control and move into the calm place of being in charge of your life
Pick up the pieces and put them back together in a way that you will once again find some real joy in living
Create a plan that will be your anchor in taking on each new day
You’ll have an hour of coaching every week to talk about where you’re at, acknowledge what happened, and create the next actions to move forward one step at a time.

You’ll be discovering the pieces of yourself that are most hidden. As these come to light, you’ll do things you hadn’t thought possible.

time to reinvent yourselfAs your coach, I will lead you from behind as you do your work, gently pushing when needed. I’ll ask you the questions that others may not dare to. I’ll listen for your innermost desires, acknowledge your accomplishments, and give you added support during the most challenging times.

If you think it might be time to start rebuilding your life, contact me to schedule a free consultation. My background includes decades of business and personal coaching. My life-affirming experience with death teaches me it can either be the thing that takes us down or the ultimate change that empowers us to live life to its fullest.

It’s time to start the process of rebuilding. If you don’t start now, when will you? If you don’t initiate it, who will?

I invite you to contact me to schedule a free consultation.
99 University Place, 4th Fl
New York, NY
New York
Koetting, Michael E., L.C.S.W.
330 W 58th St #215
New York, NY 

I am a Psychotherapist practicing individual, couples, and family therapy in New York and Florida. My office is located in Manhattan and convenient to all public transportation. I received my graduate training at New York University School of Social Work and post-graduate training at the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center in Manhattan. I have also received post-graduate training and supervision in couples and family therapy and cognitive and behavioral therapeutic techniques. I was awarded a Post-Master’s Certificate in “End of Life Care” from New York University School of Social Work and the Soros Open Society Institute.

My specialties include therapy for:

Gay Men’s Issues
Couples Therapy and Relationship Issues (Couples in Crisis)
Performing and Creative Artists
Depression and Low Confidence
Anxiety and Stress
Problems with Alcohol and Drug Use
Work Related Issues
Transgender Issues
Loss and Bereavement
People Living with HIV and AIDS
People Coping with Chronic and Life Threatening Illnesses
And more . . .
New York