AMY ROSENTHAL, LCSW
Currently, I provide the following services:
• Individual Psychotherapy
• EMDR Psychotherapy
• EMDR Consultation
• Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapy
• Clinical Supervision
I provide individual psychotherapy in various modalities, ranging from once a week to several times, on a long-term or short-term basis, depending on your needs. The decision of frequency and duration is made together.
If you are looking for individual therapy, but are not ready yet to commit to this type of work, I am available for a consultation session as a way to determine whether your needs can be met.
Your goals and plans for psychotherapy are very important and we will determine together the best prescription for your therapy. I view treatment decisions as a collaborative process, guided by my professional experience, your goals and resources.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a form of psychotherapy that was developed 30 years ago as a way to approach traumatic memories in a client-focused, tolerable manner. It integrates many forms of psychotherapeutic approaches that have been designed to help those struggling with lasting or current effects of any traumatic experience, whether big or small, that have had a lasting negative impact. Many people who are struggling with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) find EMDR to be quite beneficial. EMDR has also been quite useful to those having recently experienced a traumatic incident who would like to process the incident as soon as possible.
As an EMDR therapist, I will be your facilitator in this adaptive technique, helping you to address old or new negative experiences.
As a certified EMDR Consultant, I am able to provide this service to EMDR practitioners needing or wanting hours towards their own certification or for therapists wanting clinical consultation on technique and intervention. This is done individually or in a group setting.
Internal Family Systems Therapy
IFS is a model of psychotherapy with a firm belief that we are all born with a healthy centered core. As we learn to function and get along in our world, we develop parts of ourselves that help us address challenging situations and feelings. These parts, although well intentioned, can sometimes cause great stress on our system.
Developed by Richard Schwartz, the Internal Family Systems model of psychotherapy can offer a non-pathologizing and empowering method of understanding your problems. IFS therapy can help you to get to know ALL of your parts, in order to help them wreak less havoc and help you to live in your centered place with greater ease.
For more information on Internal Family Systems, please refer to its website:
I offer clinical supervision to Social Workers, Psychologists, Psychiatrists and other mental health therapists and I am available for consultation on a weekly or as needed basis.
My theoretical orientation is eclectic, with heavy influences from Modern Psychoanalysis, Traumatology, Attachment Theory and Internal Family Systems therapy. I believe in creating an environment where the supervision is a collaborative process, guided in a safe environment where transference and countertransference are explored freely.
18 East 16th St. Suite 503 | New York, NY 10003
212-645-4517 | email@example.com