Therapists for justice (Responses)
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TimestampTherapist nameTherapist city & stateTherapist zip code
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Therapist gender
Therapist website or Psychology Today profile link
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What could be challenging about this therapist?
Do they take insurance?
What else should folks know about this therapist?
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3/5/2017 15:08:31Janice Amato, LCSWNY, NY10016917-414-8521Female
https://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/name/Janice_M._Amato_LCSW-R_New+York_New+York_43074
LGBTQ and kink-friendly. Reachable at all times. Offers sliding scale.
She's in her late 60s, so is somewhat out of the loop regarding technology/social media.
Yes
She only accepts out-of-network. However, she offers sliding scale.
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3/6/2017 9:10:49Benjamin SeamanNew York, NY10001212-465-3126male
http://www.benjaminseaman.com/
Ben is wonderfully warm, empathetic and creates a safe space to discuss emotions around social justice/political issues that feel overwhelming, hopeless, depressing and anxiety-inducing. He is very LQBTQ-friendly and is also an artist -- his openness to sharing about his personal journey creates a 2-way vulnerability that helped me build trust.
Ben's fee is around $200/session -- but he is open to being flexible about biweekly meetings. I don't remember it being particularly difficult to make an appointment.
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3/6/2017 18:21:11Dr. Daniel SingleySan Diego, California
His private practice is called "The Center for Men's Excellence," and he is research-based. His practice specializes in couples work and cisgender men who are having issues with adjustment, depression, and male postpartum depression.
Expensive if out of pocket: $175 per 45 minute session.
Yes
He's brilliant, evidence-based, and looks like Dougie Houser.
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3/6/2017 18:21:12Dr. Delphyne PlatnerSan Francisco, CA94114415.262.0205Femalewww.drplatner.com
Specialist in self-care, healing trauma, and finding life's work for a host of driven women
Nothing. She is truly a gift.
Yes
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3/6/2017 22:24:53
Rachel Fleischman, LCSW
San Francisco, CAF
Friends, come for our Open House hours this Thursday evening at Hubbell St Galleries!
Saw for 10 years. Compassionate, brilliant, care-taking.
Makes you bill your own insurance.
Yes
She does dance and drawing therapy.
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3/7/2017 0:48:47Molly Merson
East Bay Area, California
F
http://www.mollymerson.com/
She is highly active in social justice movements and specializes her practice to address issues of oppression. Also trauma specialist, and nice person :)
Not sure Don't know
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3/7/2017 10:57:32Santa Molina-MarshallWashington, D.C.20036(202) 499-6292Female
https://www.hpbysanta.net/
Really amazing queer woman of color therapist who works holistically and understands queerness, race, social justice work. Focuses on somatics (integration of mind and body in recovering from trauma) and brings a lot of spirituality and healing to the work.
Does not take insurance, but does negotiate sliding scale on a case by case basis.
No
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3/8/2017 12:28:30
Dr. Caroline Cross Chinlund
Manhattan, NYC10011 .212-627-8747WomanChecked, not there
She has been an activist with Raging Grannies (and other groups--anti-war). We talk about social justice, and march together. She is an ally on my decades-long attempt to fund a free high school for adults in Nicaragua (58% women grads).
Nothing. Very approachable, intersectional, great manner.
Yes
She has a quiet demeanor, calm, reassuring--she has great intuitions, kindness.
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3/8/2017 12:47:32Kristen (Kris) SlesarNew York, NY
646-245-6474, email is kslesar@gmail.com
cis woman
She doesn't have a personal site but let this be a reference: http://www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2016/10/donald_trump_is_a_human_trigger.html
Kris is a LCSW with a private practice, works with a few nonprofits and teaches narrative medicine at Columbia. She has a focus on trauma and is very social justice oriented. We have addressed activism, sexism and racism at work, domestic violence, sexual assault, sex work, economic insecurity, death, depression, etc. I have worked with her for five years, and we talk about activism a lot - she is very engaged and thoughtful of the struggle between being politically engaged and staying safe and alive. She also has a sense of humor, which is really great.
She is white and cis, which could be a barrier to some folks
Don't know
She offers sliding scale services and worked with me during a period during which I was unemployed. She has a complex understanding of suicidal ideations and won't automatically do a psychiatric hold.
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