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Isabel Saez, LCSW
Isabel Saez, LCSW
Office Location — Flatiron District, Union Square, Penn Station Area, Manhattan

920 Broadway, 8th floor, #9
New York, NY 10010

Phone Number


Modes of Treatment
Individual; Couples; Family and Group therapy

Age Range of Patients
Adolescents, Adults

Insurance Accepted
Oxford; Others Out of Network

Fee Range
Sliding Scale

Spanish Speaking, Acculturation Issues, Anxiety, Depression, Trauma D/O, Relationship, Sexual Orientation, Women's Issues, Life Cycle & Inter-Generational Conflicts, Communication, Conflict Resolution & Mediation, Group Facilitation and Training

Therapeutic Modalities
Psychodynamic, Family Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral, Focusing, EMDR, Mind-Body Affect Management

Additional Certification or Specialized Training
Post Graduate Center for Mental Health
Ackerman Institute for the Family
EMDR – Level I

National Association of Social Workers; Alumni Post Graduate Center for Mental Health
Personal Statement

I have come to therapy by way of a passion for people and the infinite ways we all struggle with relationships, conflicts and life's dilemmas. Each of us striving to do and be the best we can be alongside our unique cluster of strengths and weaknesses. As a Hispanic and fluent Spanish speaking therapist, I work with a wide range of clients, from immigrants and foreigners to 10th generation Americans drawing upon their particular strengths to awaken the healing process. My work is grounded in 3 theoretical frameworks: psychodynamic, family systems and cognitive behavioral, and in making use of an eclectic set of techniques to fit the individual client's needs.

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