ANNA NATHANSON, LMSW

Psychotherapy • New York, NY


One-on-one and group therapy for individuals, families, and communities in New York City and online

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“Engagement is one of Anna's great strengths as a person and as a clinician. She is savvy, sophisticated, and extremely perceptive…[and] approaches each new encounter with an open mind, curiosity, and respect for the person in front of her.…Anna has found ways to connect with both [adolescent] patients and families in a way to ease them into treatment.”
— Mara Eilenberg, Clinical Director, Childrens Day Unit, New York State Psychiatric Institute
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Individual psychotherapy

Anna sees individual clients as part of the Resilience Lab SoHo team. Therapy can be a time to better understand your emotions, to explore the dynamics that have created them, and to work towards a place of wholeness and self-empathy. Learn more.

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Group psychotherapy

Anna has experience facilitating groups on DBT skills, parent-child attachment, and accountability for people who have caused harm in their intimate relationships.

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Work with Returned Peace Corps Volunteers

Anna facilitates a free biweekly peer support group for evacuated Peace Corps Volunteers. Anna also enjoys working one-on-one with Returned Peace Corps Volunteers on issues around readjustment. Learn more.

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Work with children and families

Anna provides trauma-informed individual counseling and case coordination to parents who have perpetrated intimate partner violence and facilitates play therapy and trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) for children who have been impacted by violence in the home. Learn more.

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“I wanted to extend a huge THANK YOU to you for your outreach and support and your flawless coordination of a safe and supportive space for us to meet. It's always comforting to feel understood and you as an RPCV [Returned Peace Corps Volunteer] are a great resource to us. Thank you so much, your clients are lucky to have you!”
— Participant, Evacuated Peace Corps Volunteer Peer Support Group