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Updated on Mar 20, 2024

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David Tzall, PsyD

New York, PsyD #021771

Seeing clients since 2009
About David | He/him

Dr. Tzall works with individuals and couples to examine their lives and focus on healing their relationships with themselves and others. Many of Dr. Tzall’s clients want to grow their connections with their partners, children, parents, friends, and within themselves. Some clients find it difficult to have authentic, fulfilling relationships with others because of past traumas, depression, anxiety, or substance use. Dr. Tzall helps clients move past these barriers and reach their mental health goals. Clients learn to make deliberate, value aligned decisions rather than reactive, impulsive ones. Dr. Tzall’s approach to therapy emphasizes the importance of the relationship between therapist and client as a direct means of change. He pulls from an attachment-informed, interpersonal perspective that addresses rigid and maladaptive patterns. He provides an empathetic, safe space where clients feel comfortable speaking vulnerably about their feelings, aspirations, and ideas. He also incorporates intervention elements of Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), teaching clients how to implement mindful based interventions into their lives.

Message to clients

Therapy is a laboratory to experiment with new feelings, thoughts, and decisions. The goal becomes to turn what we work on in the room into change on the outside by generalizing it into new adaptive, flexible, and responsive actions. No longer do we need to stay beholden to past traumas and instead can move beyond feeling stuck in life. I believe in being transparent throughout the change process so we construct an authentic and coherent narrative of self. We look to build deep, meaningful connections so we learn to relate to one another more adaptively. Through this, we learn to care for ourselves and discover our genuine needs outside of others' influence. Therapy is a place where you learn that what matters to you matters and what is important to you is important simply because you deserve to feel that way. We will work collaboratively to ensure that empathy, validation, and the provision of a safe environment are essential aspects to the positive healing alliance.

Education

Doctorate of Psychology | Nova Southeastern University, 2015

Race and ethnicity

White

Cultural and experiential knowledge

White culture, Jewish culture

Languages spoken

English

Spiritual knowledge

Judaism, Non-religious (Agnosticism, Atheism, Secular)

None listed

Virtual or in person

Virtual and In Person

Specialties

Trauma, Anxiety, Addiction

Additional areas of focus

Anger management, Bipolar disorder, Blended families, Coparenting, Step parenting, Borderline personality disorder, Burnout, Couples counseling, Codependency, Dating, Depression, Divorce counseling, Existential questioning, First responders, Gambling, Infidelity/affairs, Intercultural/interfaith relationships, Parenting, Personality disorders, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Premarital counseling, Schizophrenia spectrum, Self esteem/self worth, Self harm, Sexual harassment, abuse, and/or assault, Stress, Substance misuse/dependency, Suicidal thoughts

Therapeutic style

Inquisitive, Empowering, Affirming

Modalities

Attachment based, Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), Emotionally focused therapy (EFT), Family systems, Psychodynamic, Trauma-focused

Cost

$220

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Individual Session

$225

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Couples Session

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Family Session

Sliding scale

Does not offer 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
Click here to check your out of network benefits for free
Peer review

Dr. Tzall is a thoughtful psychologist with a true passion for helping people through therapy. He brings a sense of authenticity and genuineness to the work and cultivates a collaborative therapeutic alliance. Dave stays up-to-date on training and research in the field to ensure he is delivering evidence-based trauma, couple and parent treatments.

—Sam Lookatch, PhD, LP
Peer review

Dr. Tzall is a warm and empathic therapist who works to understand the unique experience of each of his patients. His approach to treatment is collaborative, understanding that his patients are the experts in their own lives. He provides warm, direct, and insightful feedback to his patient while helping them develop evidence-based coping skills to meet their goals and enrich their lives.

—Natalia Vallejos, Psy.D.
Peer review

Dr. Tzall is a warm and compassionate therapist. He creates a safe and non-judgmental space where his clients feel at ease talking openly and honestly. In addition to the safe space he creates, Dr. Tzall is knowledgeable, highly skilled and utilizes evidence-based approaches and interventions to meet his clients' individual needs, foster their growth, and empower them to effect positive changes in themselves and their lives.

—Dr. Nancy Ives, PhD
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Marian Cooper, LCSW, ATR

California, LCSW #110949; Texas, LCSW #104193; New York, LCSW #084473

Seeing clients since 2008
About Marian | She/her

Marian Cooper is a Psychotherapist and owner of Own the Moment Therapy, a private counseling practice that focuses on helping high achievers to let go of unrealistic expectations, live in the moment, and stop chasing perfection. Marian is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Registered Art Therapist who is passionate about helping clients overcome unhelpful patterns, live in the moment, and bring self-care into their lives. She offers solution focused individual therapy integrated with expressive arts to help busy professionals, learn to live life on their own terms without guilt. Marian is excited to assist her clients in learning effective strategies for muting their inner critic and creating change. Marian provides individual therapy to clients in-person (in the state of Texas) or online to clients located in Texas, New York, and California. Marian has a Masters Degree in Social Work from New York University and a Masters in Art Therapy Counseling from Hofstra University.

Message to clients

Hi! I’m Marian, and I specialize in empowering high achievers like you to overcome the pressure to maintain high standards. I understand the unique challenges you face as someone who constantly strives for excellence in all areas of life, leading to overwhelming anxiety and a fear of not measuring up. Together, we will explore these challenges and develop strategies to help you cope. My approach is supportive, direct, and collaborative. I use an integrated approach of cognitive-behavioral therapy and creative arts. In our sessions, you can expect a safe and non-judgmental space. I firmly believe that vulnerability and self-compassion are powerful tools in embracing your authentic self and understanding that you are more than your achievements. Together, we can reshape your self-perception and pave the way for healthier, more balanced living. If you are ready to step away from the shackles of anxiety and perfectionism, I am here to guide and support you every step of the way. Let's embark on this journey of self-discovery and growth together.

Education

Masters of Social Work | New York University, 2008; Masters of Art Therapy Counseling | Hofstra University 2020

Race and ethnicity

Black

Cultural and experiential knowledge

Black culture

Languages spoken

English

Spiritual knowledge

Christianity

None listed

Virtual or in person

Virtual and In Person

Specialties

Anxiety, Life transitions, Self esteem/self worth

Additional areas of focus

Stress, Burnout

Therapeutic style

Direct, Humorous, Affirming, Conversational, Solution-oriented

Modalities

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Art therapy, Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Solution-focused brief therapy, Strength-based therapy

Cost

$200

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Individual Session

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Couples Session

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Family Session

Sliding scale

Does not offer sliding scale spots

Insurance accepted
United Health Care, Aetna, Oxford (New York and Texas only)
Does not work directly with insurance companies
Works with your out of network benefits to get you reimbursed for therapy
Click here to check your out of network benefits for free
Peer review

She's a knowledge, comforting professional at all times. She brings extensive experience and great interventions to all her sessions. After working with her, I'm certain she would be an asset to anyone looking for a therapist. I absolutely recommend her.

—Ebony Kimario, LCSW
Peer review

Marian truly cares about helping her clients. She is easy to talk to and makes you feel at ease. I highly recommend her to anyone seeking counseling.

—Kellie Brown, LMHC
Peer review

Marian is one of the most genuine, loving, caring therapists I know! I had the pleasure of meeting her 2 years ago at our peer supervision group. She never fails to not only empower her peers, yet also recreate them to be the powerful therapist that they are to support well deserving individual who care to grow. I have no doubt that should you be her client, she would provide you her top notch authentic, inspirational and natural loving way, recreating the power in all her clients. She never fails to exude humbling confidence and loving care to those she cares for! Highly recommended!

—Mary Ng-Tedjasukmana, LCSW
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Kacie Mitterando, LCSW

New York, LCSW #93492; New Jersey, LCSW #44SC06141500

Seeing clients since 2017
About Kacie | She/her

Kacie is a licensed clinical social worker who works with individuals and couples hoping to improve their relationships with their significant other(s), people they’re dating, family members, and friends. If you experience anxiety, and find yourself feeling helpless in the process of being safe and secure in your relationships, Kacie is absolutely there to help you feel better and more connected to those around you (and yourself) within your first few sessions.

Message to clients

Kacie wants your sessions together to be a combination of seriousness, helpfulness, healing, and sometimes the most necessary, a little humor. She uses both CBT and EMDR to accomplish these goals, working together as a team.

Education

Masters of Social Work | Stony Brook University, 2017

Race and ethnicity

White

Cultural and experiential knowledge

White culture

Languages spoken

English

Spiritual knowledge

Christianity, Non-religious (Agnosticism, Atheism, Secular)

None listed

Virtual or in person

Virtual Only

Specialties

Trauma, Dating, Anxiety

Additional areas of focus

ADHD, Body image, Codependency, Couples counseling, Disordered eating, LGBTQ+ sexuality, Neurodivergence, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Self esteem/self worth, Social anxiety, Stress

Therapeutic style

Conversational, Humorous, Affirming, Inquisitive, Laid back

Modalities

Attachment based, Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), EMDR, Gottman method, Internal family systems (IFS), Strength-based therapy, Trauma-focused

Cost

$250

/

Individual Session

$250

/

Couples Session

/

Family Session

Sliding scale

Does not offer 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
Click here to check your out of network benefits for free
Peer review

Kacie is undeniably knowledgeable in every area of her expertise. She is motivated to understand her clients on a holistic level and treats the person as a whole, not just their symptoms. She is safe and secure and creates an environment that allows clients to disclose the vulnerable sides of their lives, knowing it will be received in great care and worked through with a compassionate, honest, motivated therapist.

—Brittany Dursi, LCSW
Peer review

Kacie is a calming presence, who has the ability to make people feel heard, adapts to clients needs as they occur, has a solution focused mindset and is overall an extremely empathetic, kind individual.

—Danielle Weiss, LMSW
Peer review

Kacie is the most knowledgeable and empathetic therapist. I have always and continue to refer clients to her given how much I trust her clinical ability. I would recommend her to anyone.

—Katie Sussman, LCSW
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Regina Lazarovich, PhD

California, PSY #31508; New York, PSY #020676

Seeing clients since 2008
About Regina | She/her

Dr. Regina Lazarovich, PhD is a Clinical Psychologist providing online therapy across California & New York. Many of her clients come in to address anxiety, uncertainty, low self-esteem, disordered eating and negative body image. Dr. Lazarovich is particularly passionate about serving individuals dealing with panic attacks, agoraphobia, social anxiety, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), binge eating disorder, and body dysmorphic disorder. Dr. Lazarovich has over a decade of experience in evidence-based techniques and tailors her approach to each unique individual client. She draws on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). She helps her clients change unhelpful patterns of thinking, to identify and honor their authentic values, build emotional resilience, and relate to themselves with more kindness. Dr. Lazarovich has advanced training in exposure and response prevention (ERP), the "gold standard" approach for treating OCD. She approaches those who struggle with disordered eating, binge eating disorder, and body image issues from Health at Every Size (HAES) and Intuitive Eating perspectives. As a HAES-aligned therapist, Dr. Lazarovich supports body diversity, acknowledges structural forces that impinge on the wellbeing of her clients and helps them navigate those systems. Dr. Lazarovich's style is warm, non-judgmental, insightful, and empowering. She begins by discussing each client's struggles, goals, and unique identity and helps them take small steps to make larger changes in their lives. She helps clients pivot from a life that’s ruled by fear, insecurity, and anxiety, to a life attuned with their authentic values, passions, and priorities. Dr. Lazarovich offers therapy via a secure video platform across California & New York which allows clients to fit sessions into a busy schedule, even when they're away from home.

Message to clients

I specialize in working with people who have achieved a lot but struggle to feel good enough. I am uniquely equipped to help with anxiety, panic attacks, agoraphobia, OCD, binge eating & negative body image. I want to help you find peace with yourself and live a more fulfilling life. You don't need to meet full criteria for a mental health disorder in order to benefit from therapy. Furthermore, challenging life transitions can often bring up anxiety and other difficult emotions and therapy can help. If your mental health struggles are negatively impacting your quality of life then you are worthy of support and I would be honored to be your guide towards greater wellbeing. I create safety for you to show up in all of your beautiful realness and messiness. My style is compassionate, active and encouraging. Together, we will understand how fear, uncertainty, doubt, and self-judgment are getting in the way of the life you want. We'll practice skills to help you change unhelpful patterns of thought & behavior and to gain perspective. We will put you in control of your life. As a result of our work together you will feel more present and engaged in what matters most to you. I will guide and support you every step of the way! Because I know how scary and vulnerable it can feel to start working with a new provider, I offer a free 20-minute consultation so we can see if we're a good fit.

Education

Doctorate in Clinical Psychology | Hofstra University, 2012

Race and ethnicity

White, Jewish, European immigrant

Cultural and experiential knowledge

White culture, Jewish culture, European culture

Languages spoken

English

Spiritual knowledge

Buddhism, Judaism, Non-religious (Agnosticism, Atheism, Secular)

None listed

Virtual or in person

Virtual Only

Specialties

Anxiety, Disordered eating, Panic attacks

Additional areas of focus

ADHD, Anxiety, Bicultural experience, Body image, Bullying, Burnout, Caring professionals (doctors, therapists, etc.), Dating, Depression, First generation immigrant experience, Grief and/or loss, Highly sensitive people, Insomnia, Life transitions, Midlife stress, Mindfulness and/or meditation, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Phobias, Second or third generation immigration experience, Self esteem/self worth, Social anxiety, Stress, Trauma

Therapeutic style

Affirming, Calming, Direct, Empowering, Inquisitive

Modalities

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), Exposure Response Prevention (ERP), Mindfulness based, Prolonged exposure therapy, Strength-based therapy

Cost

$355

/

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
Click here to check your out of network benefits for free
Peer review

Dr. Lazarovich is one of the most talented and effective skills-based clinicians I have known. She is able to help focus and build toward real outcomes, especially in how she approaches the therapy process as a collaborative, personalized, and empowering experience.

—Sharon Asher, PsyD
Peer review

Dr. Lazarovich has excellent therapeutic skills rooted in evidence-based techniques and a tremendous capacity for empathy and compassion. Her strong commitment to continuing education allows her to keep up-to-date in modern advances. Her areas of expertise include anxiety disorders, OCD, disordered eating, and body image concerns. She pairs CBT and exposure therapy with other techniques such as mindful self-compassion, DBT, HAES, and ACT to tailor treatment to a client's individual needs.

—Victoria Frisse, Ph.D.
Peer review

Regina is extremely warm, empathetic, and insightful when it comes to helping her clients. She resources her clients with practical tools they are able to use outside sessions. She is able to provide her clients with both a space for processing and guidance to overcome anxiety in day-to-day life.

—Dr. Marina Voron, LMFT
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Gayle Weill, LCSW

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

Seeing clients since 2013
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.

Education

Masters of Social Work | Yeshiva University, 2015

Race and ethnicity

White

Cultural and experiential knowledge

Jewish culture, White culture

Languages spoken

English

Spiritual knowledge

Judaism

None listed

Virtual or in person

Virtual Only

Specialties

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

Modalities

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

Cost

$285

/

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
Click here to check your out of network benefits for free
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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$220

2009

Trauma, Anxiety, Addiction

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$200

2008

Anxiety, Life transitions, Self esteem/self worth

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$250

2017

Trauma, Dating, Anxiety

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Regina Lazarovich

$355

2008

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What's the difference between in-person and virtual therapy?

Although there is no research that suggests in-person or virtual therapy is more effective, you may prefer one over the other. Some people prefer the intimacy of being in the same physical space as their therapist, while others prefer receiving treatment in the comfort of their own home. If you have a tight schedule, virtual therapy is a great option since you won’t commute to your therapist’s office. Virtual therapy also allows you to see any therapist throughout your state, which means one less barrier to finding your soulmate therapist!

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Deciding when to start therapy is a very personal decision, but we recommend starting sooner rather than later. Along with running the risk of your mental health declining, you also miss out on time spent working on yourself, repairing your relationships, and so much more. Life is short, so why not make it the best possible as soon as possible?

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Your therapist will carefully customize your treatment plan, and they will likely rely on a variety of therapeutic methods. There are some treatment methods that are better for specific disorders (like exposure therapy for OCD or phobias), but a combination of several will likely be the best option for you.

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We’re huge advocates for therapy at Best Therapists, but we know that not everyone has a good experience in therapy. Working with a high quality therapist (with whom you have a great relationship) can be life changing. You can change harmful behaviors or thought patterns, shed or improve hurtful relationships, increase your resilience and coping methods for dealing with mental illness, and much more. We think that that’s pretty frigging worth it, but finding the right therapist for YOU is crucial to this equation.

What's the difference between a psychotherapist and a psychologist?

The main difference between psychotherapists and psychologists is their education. Psychologists receive more education, and in some cases, psychologists focus more on research than clinical work. But both therapists and psychologists go through thousands of hours of clinical training. When choosing a therapist, the skill of the therapist and your relationship with them matters way more than which degree your therapist has.

Do therapists offer free consultations?

Yes, most therapists offer free consultations. This not only benefits you, but the therapist too! Therapists want to see if you are a good fit before doing an official therapy session with you to save you (and them) time and energy. Although your relationship has barely begun, you both will feel out your chemistry. You won’t be BFFs by the end of the consultation, but should get a sense of whether or not you’ll work well together.

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