Paul Kellett van Leer, LGPC

Paul Kellett van Leer, LGPC

In life, work, or play we all struggle at some point with difficult challenges, even if we’re lucky enough to have had a good start in life. Those of us who identify as something other than what is accepted as normal can feel these challenges even more deeply, and can struggle to find someone to understand our unique situation and perspective.

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Aram Jilbilian, LCSW

Aram Jilbilian, LCSW

Our unhappiness can stem from ideas that may not even be our own: “I should be in a relationship by now”, “I should own a house,”  “I should have figured this all out.” When we find ourselves “shoulding,” it often means we have some needs and desires that are not being met. Our work together will help you get more in touch with your true needs, and we will explore ways to manifest them in your life.  

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Bill O’Brien, LCSW

Bill O’Brien, LCSW

I was exposed to counseling and psychotherapy very early on in life. Due to a sister’s mental illness, social workers and psychologists were often in our home, and my family in their offices. At an early age, I understood that psychotherapy could be transformational. I saw it with own young eyes. 

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Justin Natoli, JD, MFT

Justin Natoli, JD, MFT

We all experience problems in our own unique way. Overwhelming feelings, sabotaging behaviors, addictions, and unhealthy relationship patterns can prevent us from discovering our potential for a life rich with joy, meaning, and love. You're not alone. I'm here to support you as we explore what's working in your life, what isn't, and build a solid foundation that will help you discover yourself and achieve the life and relationships you want.

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Jake Myers, MFT

Jake Myers, MFT

As LGBT people we often need to build a new relationship with ourselves that is different from the one imposed upon us when we were younger, without shame and guilt. 
The experience of growing up LGBT impacts our relationships with our friends, our career, our family, our romantic partners, and ourselves. Therapy helps us be less critical and judgmental of ourselves and the world around us, which ultimately makes the world a much more enjoyable place to be. 

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Greg Bodin, MFT

Greg Bodin, MFT

I help my clients gain momentum toward the life they want—in every session. Many of my clients come to me because they feel stuck, alone or helpless. Many have thoughts they can’t manage, thoughts they know get in the way of feeling secure and whole. My clients are ready to take action to help themselves, even when past efforts have left them feeling hopeless. 

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Nunzio Signorella, LCSW, CASAC

Nunzio Signorella, LCSW, CASAC

As a gay man I have had to learn to reject my internal negative thoughts as well as the external pressures to conform to societal expectations. Being gay at the peak of the AIDS crisis had a profound impact on me, and led to my decision to become a psychotherapist as well as an activist. Successfully navigating these challenges has helped me guide others through their own difficulties. 

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Wyatt Darling, MFT

Wyatt Darling, MFT

As a therapist I strive to provide insightful and challenging interventions to help clients understand themselves and their relationships with others. I can show you how to be more curious, reflective and compassionate with life’s moments, and to engage in the present rather than dwelling in the past, or projecting onto the future.

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Juan Olmedo, LCSW

Juan Olmedo, LCSW

No one's life is perfect and everyone's got issues. 

So why choose therapy? 

There are times when you find yourself in the same frustrating or painful situation, or when you want to make a change but don't know how. That’s when therapy can help. With my expertise, training and 15 years of experience helping people, I can help get you through, and grow through, difficult times. 

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Justin Donofrio, LCSW

Justin Donofrio, LCSW

Having lived in New York City for nearly twenty years, I have witnessed the many stressors impacting gay people. I have seen friends succumb to drugs and alcohol, been privy to the inner workings of “open relationships”, and reckoned with the depression and anxiety that can come with being labeled ‘different’.  Being a part of a sexual minority comes with a unique set of challenges that permeate all aspects of our being.

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Grant Courtney, LCSW

Grant Courtney, LCSW

It is so important to feel heard and understood by your therapist. As a gay man, I have sat on the client side of the office and found myself wondering if my therapist really understood what it is like to grow up gay in a world with such strong heteronormative values. I strive to create a space for my clients that helps them explore their thoughts and feelings…

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