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21Nov 2018
THERAPISTSPOT-Lisa Gold, LMSW

What do you specialize in? I specialize in anxiety and depression, especially for clients who are dealing with life transitions. I work mostly with young adults and adults who are coping with challenges and changes throughout high school, college and in the professional world. Many of my clients struggle with relationship issues, low self-esteem, career […]

29Oct 2018
THERAPISTSPOT-Nicole Potapa LPC, CAADC

What do you specialize in? As a therapist, I am very versatile. I have extensive experience working with people with severe and persistent mental illness. I have worked in inpatient hospitals, partial hospitalization programs, crisis residential programs, and as an outpatient therapist. I specialize in working with people with depression, anxiety, co-occurring substance use disorders, […]

24Oct 2018
THERAPISTSPOT-Janice Dickerson, LMSW

What do you specialize in? I specialize in life transitions. I work with children, adolescents, and adults struggling with depression, anxiety, marital concerns, family changes, and other life changes. I implement Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in my practice and have a person-centered approach. I have experience treating a variety of different issues. What do you think […]

08Aug 2018
THERAPISTSPOTLIGHT Puja Shroff, LPC

What do you specialize in?  I have extensive training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) to help individuals identify and modify irrational thoughts and thinking patterns to improve their overall mental health and enhance personal growth. Through personal and professional experiences, I have learned that much of our daily anguish is fabricated by our mind and […]

08Aug 2018
THERAPISTSPOTLIGHT Chelsea Peraino MBA LMSW

What do you specialize in?  Although I have a very diverse background in the field of mental health, my specialties include anxiety, depression, sexual assault, domestic violence, trauma, severe mental illness, co-occurring disorders (primarily substance abuse), and grief/loss. What do you think is important about your role as a therapist? I believe that it is […]

07Jul 2018

Stress and anxiety are often used interchangeably, but it’s important to know they are two different presenting problems. Both responses are part of the usual ups and downs of life and generally do not pose a threat to overall well-being. However, when either stress or anxiety become consistent or disproportionate, they disrupt not only day-to-day […]