Amy H. Meyers Ph.D
Depression * Anxiety * Relationship Issues *Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Addiction * Adoption/Infertility * Anger Management * Divorce * Domestic Violence * Family Conflict * Grief * Infidelity * Intimacy * Martial Issues * Mood Disorders * Obsessions * Phobias * Panic Attacks * Stress * Parenting * Peer Relationships * Psychosis * Personality Disorders * Self-esteem * Suicidal Ideation * Substance Abuse * Thinking Disorders * Trauma and PTSD
Adults * Elders 65+ * Individuals * Couples * Supervision * Veterans * First Responders
I earned my Doctorate from the Derner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies and received my Post-Doctorate training at St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital in Manhattan. These are widely regarded as being among the top programs in the field. I have over 25 years of experience in clinical practice and am licensed in New York (License 017089-1), Colorado (PSY.0005203) and Florida (PY9220).
MY TREATMENT APPROACH
I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist with extensive experience treating a wide range of disorders. My psychodynamic background and approach naturally lends itself to the exploration of unconscious conflicts and the profound impact of early experiences. However, I appreciate that the decision to seek treatment is often prompted by distress and I understand the importance of maintaining focus on the presenting problem. Understanding the past as it creates the present is hallmark ultimately to achieving a better quality of life.
Encompassing my work is the strong belief the therapeutic process is a creative and mutual one that is the most effective in a warm and safe environment with an empathic and engaged clinician. True to this, I offer a free consultation so that we may determine whether we can work effectively and well together.
I have specialized training in substance abuse disorders at the Addiction Institute of New York and have worked extensively with both adults and adolescents. Though my process is psychodynamic, I have been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) and may adopt a flexible and eclectic treatment approach when appropriate.