Co-Owner/Clinical Director / Therapist LCSW-R Relationship Expert / Individuals / Presenter

Ken Burns, LCSW. I have always had the desire to help others. This desire has helped motivate me to return to college as an adult learner. I graduated from Suffolk County Community College’s notable honors college. From there, I graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s degree from SUNY Stony Brook. Then I went on to earn his Master’s Degree in Social Work from the Advanced Standing Master’s program. My passion and specialty are working with couples. I strive to help people achieve satisfying, loving, and lasting relationships. In addition, I counsel individuals and families.

My approach is a blend of Eastern philosophy and Western theory to give clients a whole person (mind-body-spirit) approach to therapy. Through lectures, publications, and seminars, I keep myself current with the latest psychology, neurology, biology, and pharmacology findings, learning how these affect a person’s well-being. I have advanced training in Emotional Focused Couples Therapy, Critical Crisis Intervention, Positive Parenting, and ACOA (Adult Children of Alcoholics}. Certified Hypnotherapist. OASAS provide # 6955

Co-Owner / Clinical Director / Therapist - LCSW-R - Infertility Expert / Individual /Couples / Author / Presenter

I am a psychotherapist that has been practicing for over 25 years. As a young practitioner, I began as a generalist ; seeing kids, adults and families. But like everyone else, life has its twists and turns and right after I began my practice, my husband and I decided to start our own family. Easy, right? Turned out not to be as simple as we (or the world tells us!) envisioned. We began our roller coaster ride of fertility treatments that involved changing my schedule almost daily; seeing doctors and undergoing invasive treatments and having disappointing outcomes. Nothing really prepared me emotionally. Although I was trained in psychology and counseling, I was taken aback by the long, arduous trip.

After our daughter was born four years later, I knew where I wanted to go with my career. As a “wounded warrior”, I became a support group leader for Resolve ( a national organization that educates, advocates and supports fertility patients) and began seeing individuals and couples that were undergoing the same hell I just got out of. I listened carefully to what my clients were saying and realized that the anxiety and depression they all experienced was a normal response to have when you go through fertility treatments. So, when a friend asked me if I wanted to write a book with her, I said yes. I hoped we could be others ‘ voices who needed guidance and coping skills to get through the crisis of infertility. We succeeded and WWNorton published our book . “Experiencing Infertility” that was the number 1 best seller on Amazon’s infertility books in the early 2000s. It was later translated into Spanish!! I could not have been prouder.

Today I continue my work with individuals and couples by providing psychotherapy and psychosocial evaluations, mandated by my client’s doctors before entering treatment using a third-party (donor, surrogates, gestational carriers) to create their families.

My research on post traumatic growth in infertility has appeared in the Journal of Human Reproduction (October, 2009). I was the 2009-2010 chair of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine's MHPG education committee. In 2020, I co-led a research study on the effectiveness of mindfulness on women experiencing infertility. As a certified Ashtanga yoga teacher and daily TM meditator, I am able to incorporate stress management skills into my practice.

Currently, I am the clinical director of Transformations Counseling group, supervising therapists that provide psychotherapy to individuals and couples searching for better ways to manage their anxiety, depression, post traumatic stress and relationship issues.

Therapist - LMSW - Individuals / Teen & Adolescents / Child & Family

Anxious? Same. Struggling with depression? Ditto. Child or teens having trouble with peers, school, friends, or parents? Been there, done that. After working with many things, like anxiety, bullying, my parent’s divorce, and much more, I can safely say, “I get it.” Do I understand exactly how you’re feeling? No, and I won’t pretend to. But I know that your adolescent and young adult years will be some of the most challenging times of your life. I know it seems like no one understands, but I want to hear where you’re coming from and show you that your feelings are valid. I believe in a collaborative approach and utilize my skills as an anxiety specialist to work with you to understand your emotions and learn how to cope with and manage them.
Danielle Greenberg, LMSW. I am a Licensed Master of Social Worker. Passionate about working with teens and young adults. I graduated with my Bachelor’s in Psychology from Long Island University and then received my Masters from New York University. Throughout my education, I have gained experience working with groups and individuals of all ages. I value a strengths-based perspective and strive to empower clients to see the strength they hold within themselves, despite any challenges they may face.

Marriage & Family Therapist - Couples / Individuals / Teen & Adolescents / Child & Family

Have you ever felt like nobody was there?

Have you ever felt forgotten in the middle of nowhere?

Have you ever felt like you could disappear?

As you could fall, and no one would hear?”

Dear Evan Hansen, You’d be surprised how many others, including me, have felt this way. I understand the decision to seek help can be difficult. The lyrics from Dear Evan Hansen remind me how important it is to have someone in your corner to validate your feelings. My goal has always been to provide this to anyone who truly needs someone to hear them.

Growing up, I always knew I was fit to help others, which is why I decided to study family dynamics in college. I noticed how many people around me had experienced loss, divorce, or trauma. I kept wondering how I could make an impact and help people experiencing this turmoil. I decided to set my sights on becoming a family therapist to provide support and bring change to those in need. Now as a licensed marriage and family therapist, I aim to build a trusting, open relationship with clients that encourages them to be honest about their thoughts, feelings, and dreams. I believe each person has the potential to make positive changes that will lead to more fulfilling relationships and contentment in their life.

I believe every situation is unique. I have experience working in multiple environments, including in-home family services, school settings, supporting children and families in the foster care system, and working with LGBTQ+ community members. These experiences have provided me with knowledge, insight, and cultural competency, which I draw upon to build my practice. The above lyrics continue to say: “There’s a place where we don’t have to feel unknown, And every time that you call out, You’re a little less alone…You will be found.” My approach is compassionate, direct, and non-judgmental, which helps create an environment where you feel supported in your counseling journey. I currently focus my practice on helping individuals and couples overcome anxiety, depression, self-esteem issues, relationship struggles, family changes, and LGBTQ+ issues. 

Teen Adolescent Individual Christian Therapist

Remember the last time you had your heart broken? Have you ever felt not good enough? Of course, you have. We all have. Someone close to me severely broke my heart at 17 years old, and although it hurt deeply, it propelled me to look further into psychology, asking why humans do what they do. I initially took an advanced placement psychology class in high school while simultaneously researching and listening to motivational speakers. Sparking my curiosity in personal development. One concept I learned that stuck with me today is that your “mentality creates reality.”
I majored in applied psychology in college and continued to receive my Masters in Mental Health and Wellness Counseling from NYU. My academic studies and pursuit of self-discovery in searching for the meaning of the human experience led me to specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I assist clients in discovering, understanding, and implementing change in their thinking, emotions, and behaviors. 
In addition, my journey led me to sub-specialize in Christian Counseling for those seeking a therapist with a solid foundation in their relationship with God. My experiences have led me to understand how we can implement our faith into everyday life. 
I take my time to understand my clients, and together, we figure out ways to help them achieve their goals and improve the quality of their lives. I consider myself patient and kind and want my clients to feel they have a safe place to express themselves each week where we can work on life goals, centering on them, without the critical outside world stepping in. 
In my walk, I have integrated knowledge, understanding, and application of psychotherapy practices with a faith-based perspective to manage everyday anxiety, depression, and stress and improve relationships. I want to encourage you to face your challenges and meet you on your journey to achieve healing, freedom, hope, and love.

Individuals / Teen & Adolescents / Child & Family

I am a Licensed Master of Social Work, certified in Trauma and Telehealth. I arrived in this role through my passion for education and learning. I experienced trauma and loss when I was in high school. With the support of many caring school faculty and staff, I moved forward, and my resilience grew. Ultimately, I decided to pursue teaching to give back to the next generations.

After beginning my teaching career, I quickly realized that academia did not serve students by helping them to develop life skills. There was no one educating them about the emotional aspects of life. Although my students were learning how to read, write and solve mathematical problems, they lacked the knowledge they needed to deal with real life; how to cope with the emotional, psychological, and social aspects of becoming a contented anhumans.lThat insightight thatd me to realize what I had a passion for; to help people develop their emotional intelligence. So, I obtained my Masters Of Social Work at SUNY/Stony Brook University. I started path toward becoming a therapist and worked within traditional and alternative school settings, residential settings, and non-profit organizations.

I have worked with clients of all ages; however,have extensive experience in working with ad olescents and their families. I utilize evidence-based practices to treat issues like depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, phobias, interpersonal and relationship challenges, low self-esteem, sexuality, and life adjustments. I strive to help my clients build healthy coping skills, improve self-esteem, and empower them to reach their mental health goals. I do this by assisting clients in articulating connections between thoughts, feelings, and actions to understand better where they have been and what direction they now wish to go.

While changing behaviors, we never need to face it face alone. Committing to show up for themselves every week requires strength from my clients. Therefore, I strive to help them get the most out of their experience. Together, we create a wellness plan specific to each individual (which I believe is the utmost priority.

My passion for helping others shines through with authenticity and compassion. My clients find emotional fulfillment, success in relationships, and develop more confidence to grow. I welcome the experience of walking alongside my clients and respect their commitment to change. 

Individuals / Couples / Teen & Adolescents / Women's Issue Specialist / Bilingual English-Spanish

 I am a licensed mental health counselor with over a decade of experience helping individuals from all walks of life navigate challenges and find their best version. I utilize an integrative approach focusing on cognitive behavioral strategies and mindfulness-based stress reduction to help clients overcome the effects of negative thought/behavior patterns.
As a result of my own lived experience, I am particularly interested in working with postpartum women to ease their transition into motherhood. I am a certified Perinatal Mental Health specialist through Postpartum Support International. I use my skills to empower new parents and help them face the trials of starting and expanding their families.
Through my work with Harriette Rovner-Ferguson, LCSW-R, psychotherapist and author specializing in infertility, I’ve extended my focus to include those struggling with infertility and using Assisted Reproductive Technology to start their families. I currently provide psychotherapy to individuals and couples to help them cope with the stress of infertility and the ART process. I also offer physician-mandated psycho-social consultations to individuals and families before entering treatment using third-party reproduction.

Individual, Child / Teen / Adolescent, Couples, Family

Sometimes we’re faced with really difficult life circumstances. Sometimes we may be in need of significant healing from our past that is affecting our present. Sometimes we may just need someone to help us process some complicated emotions, and other times we may need assistance in cultivating greater self-awareness and self-compassion, and all of the time having
someone to accompany us on that journey makes it a lot more manageable. With a transpersonal, humanistic, and systemic orientation, Colleen utilizes a trauma-informed approach to her psychotherapy work. Informed by her own lived experience and education.
Colleen is passionate about working with couples, families, and individuals to disrupt maladaptive patterns that may impede their evolution. Utilizing a lens focused on how our social and cultural constructs and our familial structures affect and inform our relationship with ourselves, others, and the world, Colleen compassionately assists clients in integrating the more
challenging aspects of their life experiences, thus helping them to remove the obstacles that may impede their sense of overall well-being and life satisfaction.
Colleen possesses a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy and a Ph.D. in Psychology with a concentration in Transpersonal Psychology from Sofia University in Palo Alto, California. Colleen’s professional experience includes community mental health, school-based settings, and foster care. Colleen also has extensive
experience working with the neurodivergent population.

Individual, Child / Teen / Adolescent, Couples, Family, Parent Workshops

Have you ever felt like no one understands you? Or you thought, "This isn't normal or am I normal?" I get it, me too. Or maybe you felt alone. I get it, me too. Have you ever heard "You need to change? Or "Slow down!!." Yup, me too!

My philosophy is not changing people but supporting them in shifting themselves to create the life that they want. No one should entirely change who they are, but turn the negative attributes they believe about themselves or the situations they find themselves in, while identifying negative behavior patterns and moving them into more positive ones.

I use exploration, positivity and laughter in my sessions to establish a strong respectful rapport with my clients, build a trusting relationship, and provide a safe space for them to become vulnerable and supported.

I received my Bachelor's in Psychology and Master's in Social Work from Sacred Heart University. Currently, I am working on my Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy, specializing in children and adolescents, from Northcentral University. I am currently working on my dissertation on how Narcissistic Parents affect Child Development. I have experience working with individuals, children, couples, and families using a collaborative approach to help clients feel supported and understood. I have worked in psychiatric settings, substance abuse programs, and within the school system working with special needs children. I seek to understand the client's anxieties, fears, daily stressors, self-doubts, and other underlying emotions. I use a strengths-based perspective to encourage and empower clients to truly understand that they are in control of themselves. I support clients in identifying negative attachment patterns and reframing these negative patterns into more positive ones.

I say, "The ball is in your court. It's up to you to pick it up (take chances) , dribble and take a shot (takes courage!). However, I firmly believe that every person and situation is unique; help me, help you put the ball in your court and support you in taking action in your precious life.

Individual, Child / Teen / Adolescent, Couples, Specialty: Family, Trauma

I am an MFT intern specializing in trauma-informed therapy. I am trained in facilitating abuse & emotional trauma recovery groups with almost a decade of experience.  My trauma-informed counseling includes experience with survivors of sexual abuse, childhood abuse, emotional abuse, complex trauma, domestic & interpersonal violence, secondary trauma, narcissistic abuse, neglect, and the pain of grief & loss. As a trained group facilitator, I am skilled in group dialogue, conflict resolution, and navigating family dynamics through collective conversations. I also have experience in providing pastoral counseling to couples, individuals, and families and offering premarital and marital sessions for over a decade.

I am also educated in child & adolescent development, having been trained in facilitating trauma-informed programs for children & adolescents who have experienced adverse childhood experiences.

I am passionate about relationships and eager to help clients experience connection with others and themselves.

I will collaborate with you to reshape fractured parts into an integrated, transformed life.  I do this by utilizing techniques to create safe, supportive spaces.  I believe I am warm and compassionate, offering empathetic responses and emotional validation in a nonjudgmental and culturally sensitive manner.

I am equipped to navigate the present effects of hurt by delicately visiting painful emotions from the past and by highlighting the hope in your strengths and inherent resilience.

I am passionate about helping individuals, couples, and young people experience healing, wholeness, and intimacy by fostering secure attachments and building healthy coping skills & strategies as a team, together.

Individual, Coaching, Teletherapy Only

I have been counseling clients in private practice for over 10 years and specialize in the areas of anxiety, depression, trauma, and grief. After gaining degrees from the University of Florida (Go Gators) and then Adelphi University, I quickly immersed myself in the field and gained experience with many demographics - police officers, marines, adults in quarter-life/mid-life crises, senior citizens, adults with disabilities, and more. I've learned and utilized many different modalities throughout my career, specializing in Motivational Interviewing, Mindfulness-Based Therapies, Solution-Focused Approaches, and Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches. I've also obtained a certification in Hypnosis in order to effectively bring creative visualization and meditation to my work.

Over the last decade, I've learned not to be afraid to share my own experiences in pain, growth, and healing, and will often use them to connect, empathize, teach, and inspire. After all, if I can turn my pain into power, anyone can! My clients quickly see that I am an LMHC by trade but a motivational speaker at heart. I can confidently say that I will have you believing in your growth and greatness by the end of the first or second session. I'm eager to work with you, laugh with you, cry with you, and walk with you however you need me to. 

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