The Psychotherapists
  Training & Collective of
  New York

  Faye Coleman, M.Ed., LCSW

  Faye Coleman, M.Ed., LCSW
Office Location — Manhattan's Upper West Side

250 West 94th St. 15A (doorman building)
New York, NY 10025

Phone Number

Modes of Treatment
Individual, Couples, Family, Groups

Age Range of Patients
Adults, Adolescents

Insurance Accepted
Third Party Reimbursement; out-of-Network, Cigna, Value Options, Beech Street

Fee Range
Sliding Scale

Anxiety and Panic Attacks, Career and Work Concerns, Caregiver Stress, Creativity Challenges, Depression, Disabilities, Eating Disorders, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Issues, Grief, Separation and Mourning, Health Issues, Interpersonal Issues

Therapeutic Modalities
Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, Cognitive-Behavioral, Short Term Therapy, Body-Mind Therapies, including the Diamond Heart approach, Psychospiritual and Holistic Therapy

Additional Certification or Specialized Training
Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society; New York Milton Erickson Society (Hypnotherapy); NIP Certificate of Supervision for Psychoanalysis and Comprehensive Psychotherapy; Teacher's College, Masters of Art, Learning Disability; NYC Bd of Ed: Certificate for Reading Teacher; Certificate in Yoga and Ayurvedic Principles

NASW; ( past memberships) Ericksonian Society of Hypnotherapy; Association of Self Psychology; Association for Group Therapy; past Board Member, Center for Spirituality and Psychotherapy
Personal Statement

My analytical training has been extensive in traditional and contemporary theory and practice. I count my experiences as a world traveler and my deep appreciation of the arts and of nature, as valuable dimensions to my work with patients. I have now been in private practice for twenty years on the upper west side. I work with people from various social, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds.

My involvement arises from an abiding interest in people, how they have developed, how they relate to themselves and others, and how they meet the situations they confront; I am deeply interested in how people see their own experience. I believe it critical that the relationship between patient and therapist be trusting and respectful.

Empathetic and skillful listening are part of what I bring to my therapeutic work. My ability to choose among various modalities can be crucial to analytic success. I believe in the patients I work with.


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