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The PTCNY membership represents a very wide spectrum of professional psychotherapists and psychotherapeutic expertise.

In addition to maintaining professional practices in group therapy, adolescents, depression, phobias, psychoanalysis, women's issues and many others, our members actively share their experiences, insights, and important advances through their writings and essays.

This is their forum and we invite you to follow their contributions.

Many of our member contributors open their submissions to public commentary so please feel free to explore, consider, and join in the discussion.

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Is Telehealth Psychotherapy The New Normal?
A New York Times Article discusses this issue, and Judy Gringorten introduces the article and invites discussion.
Read the article and join in here.

Mary Anne Cohen has published an article in PsychCentral: Fears about Re-entering Our Lives: A Psychotherapist Takes you Behind The Scenes has published three articles by Mary Anne Cohen on Emotional Eating.

Emotional Eating and the Corona Virus for Adults: Mary Anne Cohen

"Since we've been in quarantine," announces Susan, a binge eating client, "I can't stop overeating. Now that I'm in lockdown, I wish I had lockjaw!"

Danny laughingly echoes that feeling: "I'm involved in many diverse activities during quarantine – there's snacking, grazing, munching, nibbling, and noshing!"

Click here to read what happens next! (This article was excerpted in The New York Times digital edition of May 20, 2020.)

PTCNY member Mary Anne Cohen, recommends this article in the Boston Globe which explores "pandemic eating".

PTCNY Executive Director Judy Gringorten is re-posting a short but wise essay about our need to care for ourselves as well as others in this difficult time.Take a look!

Mary Anne Cohen, PTCNY member and professional book reviewer for, wants to call your attention to A Clinician's Guide to Pathological Ambivalence an excellent and sophisticated book on helping patients with eating disorders.