Therapy for Adults. Individual therapy is a space to feel safe and supported as you challenge yourself to grow. At the Greene Clinic, individual sessions are typically held once or twice weekly for 45 minutes. We offer therapy in English, Spanish, Portuguese, Mandarin, Korean, Arabic, Hebrew, and Russian.
Therapy for Children and Adolescents. Several of our therapists have expertise in treating children and adolescents who are struggling with anxiety, depression, social difficulties, family changes, questions about gender or sexuality, and other concerns.
Relationship Therapy. We offer relationship therapy to couples and other groups, such as family members and friends. Relationship therapy is an opportunity to strengthen your connection, improve communication, and work through crises. Relationship therapy sessions are usually 60 minutes in length.
Dialectical Behavioral Group Therapy. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based approach to improving emotional regulation, impulse control, and interpersonal effectiveness. Our DBT groups run for 16 weeks and focus on learning concrete skills in a supportive environment.
Psychological Assessment. Psychological assessment is a scientifically-grounded way of learning about how a person's mind works. Assessment can be valuable for children and adults who are struggling in their academic or vocational settings, for people with complex mental health concerns who would like to clarify their diagnoses, or for anyone who would like to understand themselves better. Conditions that can be explored through assessment include ADHD, learning disorders, autism, mood and anxiety disorders, and personality patterns.
Medication Management. At this time we have limited appointments available with our on-site psychiatrist. We help our patients find referrals for adjunctive psychiatric care when needed.
Creative Arts Therapy. Art Therapy, as defined by the American Art Therapy Association is “an integrative mental health and human services profession that enriches the lives of individuals, families, and communities through active art-making, creative process, applied psychological theory, and human experience within a psychotherapeutic relationship.”
The Greene Clinic is a collective of over 20 clinicians, each with their own unique approach to treatment. The majority of our therapists work from a primarily psychoanalytic orientation, which means that they provide long-term therapy that is open-ended, client-led, and focused on developing deep self-understanding.
Some of our therapists also use ideas from trauma theory, attachment theory, and Internal Family Systems in their work. Many integrate skills-based approaches as needed, including techniques from cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, somatic therapy, and mindfulness.
Our therapists offer a broad range of areas of specialization, including the following:
Trauma and abuse
Gender and transition
Artists and creativity
We strive to provide care that is sensitive to the needs of the many different types of people who make up our community. We have therapists on staff who specialize in working with LGBTQ+, BIPOC, and immigrant clients and we currently offer therapy conducted in English, Spanish, Hebrew, and Russian.
The Greene Clinic is a training clinic for advanced candidates in psychology, social work, and counseling. Our clinical team is made up of a mix of licensed and prelicensure therapist trainees. All prelicensure therapists are closely supervised by experienced licensed psychologists.