Kim Gele, Ph.D.
New York, New York 10019
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- Relationship issues
- Gay & Lesbian Issues
- Loss or Grief
About My Practice
Most typically, the people that I see come to therapy because of concern about relationships. You may have difficulty meeting people, be anxious about dating, or find that relationships don’t progress past a few dates. If you are in a relationship, issues may include handling conflict, making your voice heard with your partner, or sexual concerns. Others may want help ending an unhealthy relationship or coping with a painful breakup. Therapy can help you develop closer, more trusting, and fulfilling relationships.
I also work with people experiencing depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, life transitions, family conflict, career/workplace difficulties, financial and spending concerns, and others.
If you are unsure whether my approach would be helpful for you, I’d suggest that we meet and talk about your goals.
I have particular specialties in working with:
• creative and performing artists
• individuals with LGBT concerns
• those who have previously been in psychotherapy and are seeking a deeper experience
Years in Practice
Ph.D., Derner Institute for Advanced Psychological Studies, Adelphi University, 2000
Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research, 2011
American Psychological Association
American Psychoanalytic Association
International Psychoanalytic Association
New York State Psychological Association
Accepting New Clients