Meet Gayle Weill—Therapist at Best Therapists

Gayle Weill, LCSW

Florida, LCSW #TPSW1845; New York, LCSW #092236; Connecticut, LCSW #10454

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About Gayle | She/her

Gayle Weill is a Licensed psychotherapist, currently offering Telehealth psychotherapy sessions for people in the states of New York, Connecticut, and Florida. Having graduated from Yeshiva University’s MSW program, Ms. Weill went on to receive additional certifications and trainings in Child-Parent Psychotherapy, EMDR, and Hypnosis. She also has national accreditation as an Adoption-Competent therapist and is a Circle of Security-Parenting facilitator, which is a program that promotes the attachment bond between parents and their young children.

Message to clients

I love working with women experiencing anxiety and relationship difficulties because I’ve been there; I get it on a level I couldn’t without living through it myself, and I have faith that you have the resilience and guts to make it out. I’m no different from the clients I see; like everyone else, I’m human. I’ve been through both wonderful and difficult experiences that have shaped who I am and how I help. My life experiences are what led me to become the therapist I am today. I am kind but straightforward and supportive but willing to challenge you. I never get tired of seeing clients figure things out and begin to transform their lives. The most rewarding thing about being a therapist is giving hope when people feel hopeless. Sessions with me usually look a lot more like a deep conversation than you simply talking. Talking can be very therapeutic (and I promise there will be lots of that!), but I’m someone who will really get in there and be dynamic with you. We’ll brainstorm, bat around ideas, and collaborate on how to help you reach your goals. Therapy isn’t one-size-fits-all; every woman is different and what works for one might not work for another. I tailor sessions to best meet your needs as a unique individual, pulling from my training and experience in methods like hypnosis, EMDR, CBT, mindfulness, parent-child psychotherapy, Circle of Security parenting, adoption competency, and more.


Masters of Social Work | Yeshiva University, 2015

Race and ethnicity


Cultural and experiential knowledge

Jewish culture, White culture

Languages spoken


Spiritual knowledge


None listed

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Virtual or in person

Virtual Only


Adoption, Anxiety, Parenting

Additional areas of focus

Blended families, Coparenting, Step parenting, Life transitions, Mindfulness and/or meditation, Stress, Postpartum depression

Therapeutic style

Conversational, Empowering, Inquisitive, Laid back, Humorous


Attachment based, Hypnotherapy, Mindfulness based, Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), EMDR, Psychodynamic, Strength-based therapy

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Individual Session


Couples Session


Family Session

Sliding scale

Offers sliding scale spots

Insurance accepted
Does not work directly with insurance companies
Works with your out of network benefits to get you reimbursed for therapy
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Peer review

Gayle is a wonderful listener. She also has a lot of insight and I highly recommend her as a therapist!

—Julie Wise, M.Ed.
Peer review

Once you talk to her you will feel more comfortable opening up and discussing personal issues. Availability and office location. Well trained to be sensitive to the diverse identities and needs of their patients.

—Paula Rios, BA
Peer review

Gayle is a warm, caring therapist who is attuned to the needs of her clients. If you are looking for a therapist who truly cares about helping her clients, I highly recommend her.

—Janine Kelly, LCSW
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