Upper East Side
CNS, MSN, RN
John has been in practice as a Psychiatric Nurse Specialist since 1985. His approach is a blend of psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral models. John's background in psychopharmacology allows him to provide insight into medication adjustments when warranted. Due to his years of experience, he has worked with a varied patient population ranging from young adults to those in the geriatric stage of their life.
John has a history of working at New York Langone Medical Center on medical, psychiatric and oncology units for 20 years until ultimately shifting into private psychotherapy practice. John's years of clinical experience, in combination with his personality style, has allowed him to help countless patients through their difficulties.
Victoria is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy. She works within the Department of Psychiatry at Mount Sinai Hospital. Due to her work in the hospital, she is well versed in diagnosing mental disorders and has developed significant familiarity with psychotropic medications. Most importantly she has become skilled in working with a complex and varied patient population. In an effort to serve those who could benefit from alternative treatments outside of what is available through conventional medicine, she often utilize integrative and creative approaches with patients--including mindfulness techniques, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Reiki, all of which I have incorporated into her background.
In regard to her education, Victoria received her master’s degree in Social Work from NYU and then completed a two-year post-graduate training in psychodynamic psychotherapy at the Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy.
∙ Depressive Disorders
∙ Anxiety and Panic Disorders
∙ Bipolar and Related Disorders
∙ Trauma-and-Stressors-Related Disorders
∙ Personality Disorders
∙ Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
∙ Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders
∙ Medical Chronic Illness