A New Leaf Center

With the power of the mind, you can make big changes in your life! Kris Miller CH and Cathleen Brauen CH are both Certified Consulting Hypnotists and members of the National Guild of Hypnotists. We guide you into a relaxed state and use positive affirmations to help you make the changes you desire. Hypnosis can help with just about anything- just ask us! For example, hypnosis can: eliminate bad habits, diminish chronic pain, reduce stress and worry, increase energy, relieve symptoms of and ease side effects of treatment for chronic illness, improve outlook & well being, reach and maintain a heathy weight, enhance performance in the arts, education or sports, and more (just ask us!). Our clients include children and adults. We also offer transpersonal hypnosis and past life regression hypnosis.
94 North Ave (Rt. 250)
Aceto, John (MS, LMHC)

I provide a safe, confidential space for self exploration and therapy for the LGBTQ community. My speciality is treating depression, anxiety and life stressors, including relationship issues. I am also interested in providing care for LGBT youth/adolescents. And I have several years of experience counseling people living with HIV/AIDS and transgendered people. I’m also a gay man who has been very active in our community for over 20 yrs. My office hours are flexible, offering day, evening and Saturday hours. Please contact me for a consultation to see you I can meet your needs.

2000 Winton Rd South, Bldg 4A
Amie, Theresa R. (M.S., MHC-LP)

I understand that every family is unique and requires support that works within their family structure. I am certified in Therapy with Adoption and Foster Families with specific training in attachment issues, trauma, abuse, and neglect. I specialize in working with children, adolescents, and families that are affected by issues of adoption, foster care, and relative-care, as well as life-stage changes, issues of grief and loss, substance abuse, and caregiver issues.

I am an experienced, culturally-aware therapist that has worked with a diverse client population, ranging from alternative lifestyles, various cultures, races, and religions. I am available for family, couple, and individual counseling.

I currently have immediate availability and offer a flexible schedule with evening hours.

100 White Spruce Blvd., Ste. L200
New York
United States
Anllo, Lisa (Ph.D, LLC)

Specialties: Marital/Sex Therapy, Cancer Survivorship, General Psychotherapy (Adults only, 18 +) Ms. Anllo has been recommended as a transgender welcoming and knowledgeable therapist.

406 Linwood Avenue
Atti, Caroline (LMHC)

Over 15 yeaars experience working with GBLTQ issues including HIV/AIDS, as well as depression, anxiety, stress and trauma.

95 Allens Creek Rd B1 S311
Beacon Mental Health Counseling Services -Annette Lee, LMHC

Hello. I am a licensed mental health counselor with a passion for working with the LGBT community. I have worked with many clients in this population and I have attended several LGBT specific trainings. I feel it is important that the LGBT population feel comfortable and safe with their providers and I would love to help you with any individual, couples, or family issues you may be facing. I also specialize in helping individuals who are currently in or have previously been in heterosexual relationships and are now questioning their sexuality or gender. I look forward to hearing from you!
125 Sully’s Trail, Suite 6A
Berry, Amy (LCSW-R)
16 North Goodman St Suite 300
Bivona Child Advocacy Center

The mission of Bivona Child Advocacy Center is to coordinate and provide services and support to meet the needs of child victims of sexual or physical abuse and their families at a single and safe, child-friendly facility. The Center is committed to reducing trauma, promoting accountability, fostering healing, and advocating on behalf of child victims of sexual and physical abuse.
275 Lake Avenue
Bolz, Madeleine Reynolds, (M.S., LMHC, NCC)

Madeleine Reynolds Bolz provides counseling for children, young adults and parents. She is experienced in Play Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for a variety of issues. Special areas of interest are children of gay parents and families experiencing chronic illness and loss. Some insurance is accepted and a sliding fee scale is available.

46 Prince Street