Short wait lists due to recent extended therapist hours
Short wait lists due to recent extended therapist hours
MVP - EPO, PPO, HMO and Medicaid
Empire Blue Cross
Blue Cross Blue Shield NENY
Blue Cross Blue Shield WNY
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Therapists individually may not accept all insurances listed. We offer affordable private pay options. We can provide you with superbills to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. However, we cannot guarantee if your insurance company will reimburse you.
Please call (518) 338-3117 or send us an email for details.
I enjoy working with individuals of all ages and I am experienced in treating a variety of difficulties, including: anxiety, depression, childhood behavioral problems, autism, recent family adjustments, parenting skills, and I have a wide variety of experience working with couples. I am passionate about delivering individualized and holistic treatment to each of my clients using treatment modalities most appropriate for the client's needs.
I provide a safe space to learn coping skills and strategies and assist clients to develop holistic individualized treatment solutions. I work closely with clients to build strong rapport as the foundation of our work together to ensure a safe, supportive environment for healing; regardless of the reason they are seeking treatment.
I work with a wide range of ages and offer therapy for a variety of situations including anxiety, depression, LGBTQ, parenting issues, behavioral struggles, anger management, self-esteem, grief and loss, life transitions, mood disorders, and trauma. I also have experience working with people with diagnoses of Autism and Intellectual Disabilities.
I encourage individuals to strive for personal growth in order to add quality to their lives. I specialize in working with individuals who have suffered abuse and trauma. I am experienced in supporting individuals through depression, anxiety and panic disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
Faith has her M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Richmont Graduate University in Atlanta, GA and her B.A. in International Affairs: Diplomatic and International Service from Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, GA. During her clinical year for her Master's, she worked at My Sister's House, a shelter for women and children experiencing homelessness, where she led the Grief/Loss Support groups and co-facilitated the Dialectical Behavioral Therapy classes. She also worked at The Hope Counseling Center in Atlanta and helped pioneer process groups for the Social and Cultural Issues class at Richmont to help train future counselors in social and cultural awareness and in group therapy. She loves working with individuals looking to gain healthy coping skills to deal with distress, depression, and anxiety; people hoping to improve their emotional regulation, self-awareness, and interpersonal effectiveness; and couples wanting to work to understand each other better and communicate in healthier ways.
I use an eclectic, person-centered approach to treatment, finding which approach is the best match for each individual. I work with individuals seeking counseling for various different presenting problems, including, but not limited to: anxiety, depression, trauma, self-esteem, anger, grief and loss, and life transitions. I value building strong therapeutic relationships with clients to help them feel comfortable and to assist their treatment progress. I provide clients with skills and support to collaboratively help them reach their life goals.
Experienced in mental health therapy, and Substance Use Disorder Counseling. Facilitated therapy/counseling groups using different methods, with people from varied backgrounds and life experience. Working with veterans as a Disabled Veterans Opportunity Program specialist while at NYS Dept. of Labor helped with insight and appreciation for peoples’ service in the military services. I look forward to helping people work though their situation. My life experience and education help with a practical approach to assist people navigate their life situation. My recent work with Tele-practice Mobile Addictions Outreach project, and Veterans transition program to civilian work environment have helped to keep me current with adaptation to today’s trends. LMHC, CASAC, Experienced NYS DWI/Impaired Driver Screening and Assessment.
Erin Gartley, LMHC earned her bachelors degree in Psychology from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh and her masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the College of Saint Rose. Erin has experience working with children and families across multiple domains. Erin has a particular interest in trauma work and utilizes a Person-Centered Talk Therapy with play and art. Erin also uses Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy approaches, as well.
Jessica completed both her undergraduate B.S. in Psychology, and M.S. in Mental Health Counseling at SUNY OSWEGO. She was a slightly older, nontraditional student with a young son during this time, and has been practicing in the counseling field since 2015. Much of her experience has been working with clients who are faced with challenges such as anxiety, depression, relationship issues, life transitions, and parenting. Jessica has also worked with clients dealing with such issues as substance abuse, self esteem concerns, grief and loss, as well as stress management. Jessica feels that having a sense of humor in addition to other healthy coping skills is highly beneficial for our overall state of mind. She provides a non-judgemental approach, and enjoys utilizing such therapy techniques as CBT, providing encouragement, and helping clients to gain self awareness. Jessica encourages self care in various forms, assigns tasks for clients to engage in between sessions and assists them in helping themselves. She believes in the tremendous value of nonverbal communication during sessions, and finds that discussing this with clients has been helpful in educating them regarding their triggers as well as various symptoms. Jessica truly believes that each individual has the skills and strengths to improve their overall well being, and assists with empowering them. Jessica has worked with many parents who are experiencing such concerns as lacking confidence, as well as guilt for various reasons. Parenting education has been beneficial in building awareness and confidence associated with the difficult yet rewarding task of successfully raising children. Jessica holds the opinion that there is always room to improve, grow and better oneself. Since working in the field of mental health, she has learned that many of her clients felt isolated with their concerns, as if they were the only one in society experiencing anxiety, depression etc. Jessica has also found that validating and normalizing the concerns of clients begins to improve their mental state and improve confidence. She also believes in continuing education of therapists, as there is always room for growth, as stated above. This mindset provides growth for the mental health field, as well as being beneficial to clients.