Laurie Sloane   Licensed Clinical Social Worker


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Over the past 30 years, a combination of diverse professional experiences and extensive training have made me the therapist I am today. In addition to a Master’s Degree in Social Work, I have participated in continuing education courses and seminars to ensure that I am incorporating the latest in psychoanalysis into treatment plans.

I joined the faculty of the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Study Center (PPSC), a post-graduate training institute, and served as the Executive Director for 10 years. During my tenure, I taught and supervised candidates, developed an internship program for graduate students, and worked to establish guidelines for training and licensure in New York.  My expertise is broad and far-reaching.

My current areas of specialty are: 

Therapy for Young Adults

Of late, more attention has been focused on the well-being of anxious, depressed and suicidal students on college campuses. I have worked with many students trying to adjust to life away from home. The social and academic pressures of college can bring about the emergence of major mental illness and addiction that needs to be addressed with the proper treatment. In addition to individual sessions, I also offer group treatment to college students and young adults.

Therapy for Women of all ages

I have extensive experience in counseling women of all ages who suffer from eating disorders. Today, there are a variety of treatments available; I’m able to help navigate through the options and figure out which will work best on a case by case basis.

As baby boomers are aging, they are learning that menopause no longer spells the end. Life after 65 continues to be an important, yet often overlooked part of adult development. I’m able to offer support in either individual or group therapy sessions for women navigating midlife and beyond.

Therapy for Veterans

I am affiliated with Here to Help Military and Families, a Long Island group that offers free counseling to returning veterans and their families. I offer a holistic approach to treatment; for both veterans returning from combat, suffering from the effects of trauma and PTSD, as well as their families, who are struggling to understand how difficult reentry into civilian life can be.
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What can you gain from therapy?

Connection to others

Over the past 30 years, I’ve learned a lot about relationships and the value in sharing our thoughts and feelings with friends and partners. Knowing we are being listened to, valued and understood is crucial to emotional wellbeing.

Hope for the future

Therapy is a process. Though there is often no simple, quick solution, it provides a safe space to explore emotions, thoughts, and actions in an in-depth and meaningful way, to eventually bring about change.

Growth and change

Through continued treatment, therapy can be an incredibly powerful tool in helping to significantly improve your quality of life and outlook.

Call me today at 212-413-7088 for a free 15 minute phone consultation.

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Group Therapy for Women in Midlife

Women in midlife and beyond join a new weekly group!

First meeting: June 5th 2019
Time: 6:30 to 8:00
Fee: $75.00 (can be covered by insurance out of network)

Why a Group?

Thinking out loud in the presence of others can be a very powerful tool to clarifying your issues and getting support.
Connection to others can help improve your mood and outlook and create resilience.

Why a Therapy Support Group?

Sometimes we need professional help to address the storm of emotions we are facing. As a therapist of many years, i am experienced in addressing conflicts and hopes. I can help you understand your needs and participate in a rich group experience.

When is Midlife?

Today, with many women in better health, physically and emotionally, we are working longer in the home and in our careers. We could argue that midlife ranges roughly from 50 to 75.

Are you struggling with changes in your emotional life or physical self?

As questions about your future come into focus and occupy more of your time and thoughts, you are probably in the middle years and thinking about your next chapter

Join me for an exciting journey during the middle of your life!

Laurie Sloane, LCSW
330 west 58th street
Suite 604
New York, NY 10019
laurie.sloane@gmail.com

516-697-7252