He lived in and around Chicago until moving to California at the beginning of his high school years. Satinover won a National Merit Scholarship. He received a diploma in analytical psychology from the C. He trained there and became an accredited Jungian analyst. He practiced clinical psychiatry between and and psychoanalysis between and
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Satinover is board-certified in adult and geriatric psychiatry, with a year of child psychiatry fellowship, all at Yale University. He has been in psychiatric practice since and is a diplomate Jungian psychoanalyst Zurich. He is the author of 50 articles, chapters and books. He has taught psychiatry, psychopharmacology and team-based treatment to non-MD therapists at the Jung Institute in Zurich and Behavioral Finance at the Lorange Business School also in Switzerland and continues to lead a one-week seminar per year.
He has been a visiting faculty member at Princeton University, and at the Swiss Institute of Technology. He is married and the father of four daughters. Psychiatrists must rigorously apply the best in scientific and clinical research to help resolve distress as rapidly and effectively as possible. But truly good psychiatrists are above all collaborators with their patients, placing their needs first and walking with them through the good times and the bad.
Mathias is known by patients and colleagues for her deep expertise, kindness and care. She meets each patient where they are and works tirelessly to take them where they want to go. Mathias has been in private practice in Connecticut since and an integral part of Sterling Institute since its onset. Prior to moving to Connecticut, she had a thriving private practice in Manhattan and was a clinical instructor of psychiatry at Montefiore Medical Center.
She was also an attending emergency room psychiatrist at Montefiore Medical Center. Passionate about teaching the next generation of doctors, Dr. She recognizes that each person who comes through her door is an individual with unique needs and goals. Her aim is to best serve each and every patient. Sadana is board certified in adult psychiatry, and joined the Sterling Institute in following completion of residency in psychiatry at Montefiore Medical Center in Bronx, NY.
Sadana, an eternal student of human behavior, attended New York University as an undergraduate. There, she studied anthropology, with a particular interest in cultural anthropology and behavioral ecology. Sadana worked as an intern at the American Museum of Natural History before deciding to change career paths and study medicine. During this time, she worked in biological cancer research at the Garden State Cancer Center. Sadana discovered that her flexibility of thinking, calm interpersonal style, and interest in human behavior was a perfect fit for the specialty of psychiatry.
Sadana served as Chief Resident at the Long-Term Inpatient Unit at Bronx Psychiatric Center, where she had the privilege of working with severely mentally ill patients on a process-focused unit. Throughout residency, Dr. Sadana cultivated a strong knowledge base in psychopharmacology and multiple psychotherapeutic modalities, including psychodynamic psychotherapy, transference-focused psychotherapy, and cognitive based psychotherapies.
More recently, she has explored interests in Acceptance-Commitment Therapy and mindfulness practices. Sadana has treated patients with depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, attention deficit disorders, mood disorders including bipolar illnesses and psychotic disorders.
She particularly enjoys building a therapeutic alliance, forming long-term relationships with patients, and utilizing the combination of medication and psychotherapy, when appropriate, to foster healing.
Sadana is licensed to practice medicine in CT and NY. Theresa Terry Pizzo, M. She enjoys working with adults, adolescents, couples, and families. She held the position of Director at the Danbury Regional Commission on Child Care, Rights, and Abuse in Danbury CT, where she trained and supervised individuals and graduate students to counsel and mentor parents at-risk of child abuse. She also developed programs and statewide initiatives for the growing population of grandparents raising grandchildren, and programs for adoptive and foster families.
At a New York State prison, she developed parenting programs for incarcerated mothers and facilitated domestic violence and stress management groups.
She is a licensed clinical social worker with over twenty years of experience in a variety of settings including schools, hospitals, rehabilitation centers and family service agencies. She works with individuals, couples, groups, and families, specializing in a client-centered problem solving approach to uncover and discover more adaptive skills to enhance overall quality of life and interpersonal relationships. Nancy has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and geriatric populations.
More recently Nancy has continued her education to include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in the treatment of personality disorders and is training to become a certified hypnotherapist. Judy Spindel-Brown is an experienced, licensed clinical social worker who listens. She listens to how each patient functions in life.
Do they like to talk or listen? Do they like to journal? Do they like relaxation and visualizations? She believes that one size does not fit all. Judy brings vast experience to her practice. She has worked with patients as young as 5 and all the way up to She works with individuals, couples, families and groups.
She works with patients with issues of coping in their lives in whatever way they manifest. She has presented many workshops and even had her own radio show dealing with eating disorders. She has had articles published in various magazines, including a monthly column. Laurel Laurie Bonney is a licensed clinical social worker LCSW with over 17 years of clinical experience in a variety of treatment settings. She joined Sterling Institute in December of after relocating to the area with her family.
Laurie enjoys working with children, adolescents, young adults, individuals and families. Her therapeutic approach always begins with recognizing and honoring the strengths of her clients. She strives to establish an emotionally safe and secure therapeutic relationship with each client.
Laurie utilizes an integrative therapeutic approach that is tailored to the needs of each client. She relies on her training and expertise with evidence-based modalities that include dialectical and cognitive behavioral therapies, along with attachment-informed and family systems interventions.
Laurie has extensive experience as a therapist and educator in the areas of adoption, therapeutic foster care, family preservation, and adolescent and family mental health. In this context, she provided therapy for foster and adoptive families utilizing an attachment-informed, evidenced-based intervention called the Circle of Security. Over the past 6 years, Laurie has worked as a therapist in outpatient behavioral health care in NY and FL.
Additional interests and specializations include: trauma resolution, anxiety, depression, affect regulation, mood disorders, grief and loss, effective communication, coping with life transitions and stress management. Laurie holds an M. He has been a psychotherapist for forty-one 41 years and works with adults, couples, and families. He has advanced training in the treatment of anxiety disorders, the treatment of trauma, grief counseling, treatment of depression, couples therapy, family therapy, short term treatment, and crisis intervention.
Philip has extensive experience in running workshops on a wide number of issues including on parenting, single parenting, the blended family, and the treatment of holocaust survivors.
Subsequently he moved with his family to Connecticut, where he served as Executive Director of two different State Licensed Outpatient Psychiatric Agencies for twenty five 25 years. These experiences offered him the opportunity to supervise and train many other psychotherapists while managing the growth of these multi-service agencies. One result of the preceding is that Philip brings a particular skill set to the challenges faced by employees, managers, and executives in the business world.
Philip is deeply committed to his clients and truly values the strength and courage that it takes for people to reach out for help.
His engaging, supportive, skillful, and productive approach to each individual encourages hope and progress in the face of crisis. Jacqueline Texidor M. Jacqueline attended Nyack College Alliance Theological Seminary where she completed a Master of Divinity 92 credits with a major in psychology. During her first year in seminary Jacqueline began her own healing journey and went to therapy to address being abandoned by her father and mother when she was 4 years old.
It was during her 2nd year of therapy that Jacqueline realized that she wanted to be a psychotherapist. Jacqueline spent the next 7 years doing clinical and casework with high risk families in the South Bronx where her paternal grandmother raised her. The next 7 years Jacqueline was a stay at home mother and raised her son Gabriel and daughter Isabella. Susan Hackel, LCSW-Licensed Clinical Social Worker, is an experienced and compassionate clinician, practicing for over 25 years with a diverse population of individuals presenting varied mental health and medically complex issues.
She has been a Psychotherapist for over 15 years offering individual, couples, and family therapy to adults, adolescents and children. She offers an integrated approach to treatment, sourcing various modalities that are tailored to meet each clients specific needs.
She specializes in working with individuals who have endured trauma and are suffering from PTSD and actively practices and has advanced training in EMDR. Reaching out for help is the first step. Finding a therapist that understands and connects with you is important. Susan will work in a collaborative partnership with you, offering support and guidance in your journey.
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