26 Court Street, 14th Floor,
Suite 1106, Brooklyn, NY 11242
(718) 232 8600
26 Court Street, 14th Floor,
Suite 1106, Brooklyn, NY 11242
(718) 232 8600
The 2 and 3 trains stop at Borough Hall and Clark Street. The 4, 5, N and R trains stop at Court Street/Borough Hall. The A, C and F trains stop at Jay Street / Borough Hall.
The following lines stop at Borough Hall:
B25, B26, B37, B38, B41, B45, B51, B54, B61, B65, B67, B75.
Our Staff of Social Workers are trained professionals who are licensed by the State of New York, are led by Dr Nicoletta Pallotta.
I am a licensed clinical therapist. I offer therapy services to individuals and couples, specializing in women’s mental health. As a therapist, I provide a safe, warm and validating environment, which allows my clients to overcome personal struggles and achieve greater fulfillment.
I have a wide range of experience treating depression, anxiety, trauma, reproductive health, transitioning to parenthood, and postpartum depression and anxiety. I utilize various treatment models that help to challenge negative thinking patterns, improve coping skills and promote mindfulness strategies. I have extensive training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders. I have my graduate degree in social work from the University of Chicago and my undergraduate degree in social work and women’s studies from the University of Wisconsin.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
• Mood, Depression and Anxiety
• Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum
• Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders
• Women’s Reproductive and Mental Health
• Infertility, Loss and Bereavement
As a therapist I rely on my investigatory spirit to explore the unchartered material about individuals’ internal worlds, safely, without judgment, and in so doing, encourage positive shifts in self-concept. Utilizing a holistic approach, I work with clients at their own pace to explore how their engagement with their internal and external worlds conflict and/or self-fulfill perceptions and feelings they have about themselves and others.
In my work, I hold true to the inherent strength humans have to heal oneself and heal one another. We are designed to deal with emotion in concert, not isolation. Attunement and compassion are the strengths I bring to each therapeutic alliance in order to safely bridge clients out of isolation, and into the protective light of self-exploration and emotional healing.
Drawing on my postgraduate training and clinical experience working with adults, children and families, I incorporate psychodynamic, analytic, cognitive behavioral, strengths-based, mind-body and emotionally-focused techniques, allowing me to tailor my work with each individual client.
My graduate and continued post-graduate training includes: Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) with Children and Families; Sex/Couples Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT); the Seeking Safety Model for treatment of trauma and/or substance abuse; Psychoanalytic Psychodynamic Analysis.
• Difficulty surrounding transitions
• Challenging relationships and/or relational patterns.
Clinical experience providing treatment to women, children, adolescents and couples. My treatment approach is individualized to my client’s needs. I believe that change best occurs through identifying existing strengths, goals and interests as the beginning point in helping people promote positive change. Unresolved hurts, habits or hang-ups often get in the way of one’s wellbeing.
My therapeutic goal is to help clients identify, understand and change any thoughts or behaviors that may be inhibiting their full potential so that healing can occur and personal goals can be reached.
I tailor my approach to each individual’s needs and goals using a variety of modalities including psycho-dynamic therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and solution focused therapy. I enjoy clients who are willing to work, who are open to different therapeutic modalities and who put their mental and emotional health high on their list of priorities.
• Mood, Depression and Anxiety
• Adolescents and Teenagers
• Positive Change
I have clinical experience working children, adolescents and adults who may be facing challenges, life transitions or other stressful events. I strive to create an environment that is comfortable and safe as these are crucial for psychological growth and healing. My style is interactive, insight-oriented, collaborative and solution focused. I work flexibly to meet each individual’s needs.
My specialty areas include maternal mental health, postpartum issues, parent education & support and life transitions. Parenting presents many challenges and I provide a nurturing and supportive environment for parents to discuss concerns and frustrations and find strategies that work for their family. Many of us strive to be perfect and we hinder our ability for self-acceptance & growth. Through exploration of feelings and behaviors, we will work together to overcome struggles make positive changes.
• Maternal mental health,
• Postpartum issues
• Parent education & support
• Life transitions
It can be difficult to contact a therapist, but it’s the first step in beginning a meaningful process of change. I am a New York State Licensed Clinical Social Worker with years of experience working with adults of all ages. I received a master’s degree in Social Work from NYU and completed my undergraduate education at the University of Maryland. I have experience with psychodynamic therapies, mindfulness, and cognitive-behavioral interventions, and always tailor my approach according to each client’s needs and preferences.
I work with individuals on addressing alcohol and drug use, coping with depression and anxiety, recovering from adverse childhood experiences, forming healthy relationships, building self-esteem, and succeeding in school and work. I have deep respect for my clients’ unique viewpoints and experiences and genuine care for their well-being. Together we will explore the challenges in your life and work towards insight, healing and positive change.
• Alcohol and drug use
• Coping with depression and anxiety
• Recovering from adverse childhood experiences
• Forming healthy relationships
• Building self-esteem
• Succeeding in school and work
I am committed to providing an empathetic, comfortable, supportive space where you can feel unburdened and understood. My aim is to assist you in enhancing your awareness and insight, become more confident of your existing strengths, and to develop healthy coping habits.
I specialize in treatment of Anxiety and Depressive Disorders, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, grief, weight management, feelings of hopelessness, aimlessness, and unfulfillment, difficulties with self-esteem, self-compassion and self-sabotaging behaviors, transitional life changes, aging, care-takers stress, as well as interpersonal and relationship issues.
My approach is tailored to each individual and utilizes a variety of Cognitive Behavioral Therapies, motivational interviewing, mindfulness, and psychodynamic therapy, to create collaborative goals and reduce negative thoughts and maladaptive behaviors. I completed my Masters of Social Work at Columbia University and my undergraduate degree in Psychology at Hunter College.
• Anxiety and depressive disorders
• Post-traumatic stress disorder
• Weight management
• Feelings of hopelessness, aimlessness, and un-fulfillment,
• Transitional life changes
As a license-eligible mental health counselor, I provide personal counseling to young adults and adults in the areas of anxiety, mood disorders, and addictions and compulsions. I also offer career counseling, which includes explorations of meaningful work in its broadest sense, whether in market or non-market vocations.
My approach is strengths-based and trans-theoretical, meaning I frequently incorporate techniques from cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy, mindfulness-based and compassion-focused CBT, and psychodynamic therapy.
• Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT),
• Dialectical behavior therapy
• Mindfulness-based and compassion-focused CBT
• Psychodynamic therapy.
Education: Master’s in Social Work from Adelphi University’s School of Social Work and a Bachelor of Science in Bio-Behavioral Health from The Pennsylvania State University
In my time as a Licensed Mental Health professional, I have had the ability to provide treatment to seniors, adults and teens and adolescents in both group and individual settings. My treatment style is strengths based; helping clients meet the goals they set for themselves. My treatment includes but is not limited to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, SPARCs (Structured Psychotherapy for Adolescents Responding to Chronic Stress)helping you with the trauma you are currently facing.
I work with clients experiencing depression, trauma, anxiety and self-esteem issues.
• Self-esteem issues
As a Licensed Social Worker, I take an individualized approach to treatment using empathy and humor as we work together toward your goals. I will collaborate with you to create a safe space where we can make meaning of your thoughts, feelings, and experiences to better understand what obstacles are interfering with your well-being. My aim is to help you overcome whatever makes you feel stuck, so you can live your version of a healthier life.
I have my graduate degree in Social Service with a concentration in Clinical Social Work from Bryn Mawr College. My treatment approach draws from psychodynamic and relational theories with a social justice and feminist orientation. My areas of specialization include depression, anxiety, self-esteem, interpersonal conflict, gender and sexual identity, trauma, and existential concerns.
• Healthy relationships
• Adolescents and young adults
• LGBTQ+ Issues
I am a Licensed Master’s Social Worker in the State of New York. I completed my Master’s in Social Work with a Clinical Concentration at Fordham University. Previously, I completed my BA in Health & Nutrition Sciences at CUNY Brooklyn College.
I am committed to providing a therapeutic space where individuals can feel comfortable and supported. My style is down to earth, motivational, empathetic and health oriented. My belief is that individuals hold solutions within themselves and it is my objective to promote positive growth and development to achieve personal goals.
• Maternal Mental Health
• Gender, Sexuality, and Reproduction
• Parent and Child Bonding
• Children and Adolescents
• Healthy Relationships
• Interpersonal Conflict
• Burnout and Self-care
I am a licensed clinical social worker specializing in women and children’s mental health. As a therapist I provide a creative, collaborative environment where my clients have the opportunity to make positive, lasting change, better understand their strengths and abilities, and lead a more meaningful life.
My areas of expertise include maternal and reproductive mental health, parent and child bonding, children and adolescents, healthy relationships, interpersonal conflict, and burnout and self-care.
I work interactively, offering compassion, sensitivity, and humor. I incorporate a variety of therapeutic approaches to assist you in working through the narrative that has brought you to therapy. This can include relational and psychodynamic techniques, narrative and solution-focused approaches, or cognitive behavioral therapies. All of my therapeutic interactions utilize an anti-oppressive, feminist framework. I am a graduate of the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College and hold a post-graduate training certificate from the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies.
• Individual Therapy
• Positive Growth
I have over 20+ years of experience as a therapist, with a specialty in Women and Adolescent Health. My treatment approach is based on the needs of the individual client, concentrating in psychodynamic and relational psychotherapy. I work with adults, women and adolescents struggling with the pain and challenges of the stressors that come with life. However, going beyond technique and theory is what makes therapy work – – it’s the realm of the trusting relationship: the ongoing human-to-human connection that provides the foundation for change.
I provide a safe and warm environment that allows the client to engage with me in their process of change. Without a therapeutic relationship, there is no therapy. I combine empathy with humor to help the client feel comfortable and bring a humanistic approach into the room. I have advanced clinical expertise in the areas of interpersonal violence and will work with the client to bring back their self-esteem and function in the world independently.
• Coping with Depression and Anxiety
• Recovering from Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
• Handling Grief and Loss
• Maternal & Post-Partum Depression
• Adjustment to life transitions (school or work)
I am a licensed master social worker. I found the passion for “the work” as a second career after a focus on family and business. I am a graduate of Hunter College School of Social Work and have a certificate in Supervision in Field Instruction in Columbia University School of Social Work. Over the past 20 + years I have worked with issues of addiction with Alcohol, Drugs and Food. I have particularly focused on trauma work, grief and bereavement. I am trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I focus on building coping skills that can integrate into daily practice and reduce anxiety and depression. I use a mixed approach of strengths perspective and self-esteem building and some psychodynamic models.
I am genuinely interested in the process and “relish” the commitment of two persons to explore answers to questions that might baffle us alone. I believe humor carries a lot of weight in wellness and looking in the mirror might become an awesome sight.
• Alcohol Addiction
• Food Addiction
• Drug Addiction
• Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
I am a Licensed Social Worker and have clinical experience working with children, adolescents and adults. I practice from a relational perspective, guided by the belief that mutually fulfilling relationships are vital for our emotional well-being. I believe in the value of meeting a person where they are, using our therapeutic relationship to foster change. I look forward to working with you to explore the past, seek meaning in the present and allow for healing in the future.
I employ a comprehensive approach to therapy, drawing from feminist, family systems, attachment based and trauma informed theories. I am highly attuned to race, class, culture and sexual orientation. I have my graduate degree in social work from the University of Pennsylvania and my undergraduate degree from Brown University.
• Depression and Anxiety
• Grief and Loss
• Adolescents and young adults
• Autism spectrum disorder
• Healthy relationships
I believe that you have the capacity for healing within yourself and my role as a therapist is to support you in accessing that capacity by first establishing a therapeutic relationship built on respect and curiosity. In addition to my 6 years of experience providing individual, group and family therapy, I have completed post-graduate training in EMDR Levels 1 and 2 and Somatic Interventions. I am also a graduate of ICP’s 2-year Integrated Trauma Training program.
My treatment style is intentional, nonjudgmental, and empowering. My trauma-sensitive approach combines psychodynamic, mindfulness, EMDR, and somatic techniques rooted in interpersonal neurobiology and attachment theories. I have worked with individuals affected by shock and/or chronic traumatic experiences including sexual and domestic violence, family conflict, attachment and relationship issues, substance abuse, anxiety, depression, daily life instability, and behavioral issues. I obtained my Masters of Social Work at Columbia University in 2012 and completed my undergraduate degree in psychology at Emory University.
• Psychodynamic Individual Therapy
• Attachment Issues
• Somatic-Based Interventions