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Integrative Psychotherapy For Transformation & Wellness


Karin Feldman LMHC, CCBT, NCC
Licensed Clinical Psychotherapist

Welcome to my Practice,

I am a New York State Licensed Psychotherapist and Certified Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, with extensive experience working with Individuals, Couples and Groups. A seasoned Mental Health clinician, in the last 20 years I have treated Adults, Couples and Families across New York’s diverse mental health settings. My psychotherapy work parallels a research background and I invest greatly in practicing the most evidence-based methods to help you thrive. As an integrative therapist, I practice using an array of therapeutic modalities to meet your personalized goals.

As you contemplate the opportunity to begin therapy, you may be facing a difficult life challenge, seeking change, craving self-understanding or resolution.

My years of practice have taught me that meaning can be found even during our most challenging times, and that in our journey toward change lies our strength to overcome even great emotional distress.

In our work together, a warm and collaborative relationship awaits you. Our process begins by meeting you where you are. As it evolves, you will be guided to gain self-awareness, overcome emotional distress, acquire coping strategies, and feel empowered to THRIVE. Come as you are. I await meeting you!​


My specialized areas of practice include:


  • Anxiety & Depression

  • Relationship Challenges

  • Life Transitions

  • Couples & Family issues

  • Infertility & Family-Building

  • Pregnancy & Pregnancy Loss

  • Postpartum Anxiety, Depression, Insomnia

  • Transitions to Parenthood

  • Trauma & bereavement

  • Sexuality

  • Self Esteem & Body Image

  • Disordered Eating

  • Bipolar Disorder Treatment

  • Vocational & Career Transitions


Therapy is never a one size fits all approach. In our work together, I draw from my extensive clinical training to support your unique needs. The evidence-based modalities I practice include:


  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

  • Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT)

  • Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP)

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

  • Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)

  • Prenatal & Pregnancy Distress Tolerance

  • Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) for Postpartum women

  • Mindfulness Practices

  • Gottman Method for Relationships

  • Family Systems Therapy

To schedule our Initial Consultation, contact me

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Practice Areas




CBT For Anxiety

Life is full of daily stressors. It is common to experience some worry in response to the ever-changing circumstances at home, the work front, and in your relationships. However, if you experience excessive worry, constant dread, inner restlessness, panic or obsessions, Anxiety is likely interfering with your capacity to thrive.

My seasoned expertise in Cognitive Behavioral Therapies (CBT) for Anxiety is an evidence-based, highly effective treatment tailored to treat your Anxiety. Let’s collaborate to help you gain control and overcome: Generalized Anxiety, Panic, Social Anxiety, Post-traumatic Stress, OCD, Phobias, Pregnancy & Postpartum Anxiety.

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If you struggle from depression or rapidly shifting moods, it is likely challenging to live your best life. Mood management and recovery require a close collaboration to underly the causes of your condition, and tailor an integrative plan of treatment. My clinical practice offers advanced Cognitive and Behavioral methods to help you Thrive again.

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Relationships & Couples

We all know that relationships take work, but what happens when you are not sure what work needs to be done? You may be playing out maladaptive patterns with your partner, feel resentful, lack trust, struggle with intimacy, or faced with difficult decision-making processes. Uncover how relationship therapy can support you to repair and make your way back to each other.

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Infertility Therapy For Women & Couples

Are you a woman struggling to conceive naturally? Perhaps you and your partner are contemplating or beginning fertility intervention as a means of having a child. During this time, you are likely navigating a range of distressing emotions, facing many critical decisions regarding treatment, and feeling isolated in the process.

A seasoned Infertility Expert, I support women and Couples struggling with the challenges of family-building to find resolution and attain parenthood. Together we collaborate to help you cope with distress, make important treatment decisions, strengthen your relationship and manage your emotional health during this highly challenging process.

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Pregnancy Loss & Prenatal Wellness

Whether through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, or neonatal death, the loss of a baby elicits trauma that requires delicate healing. Specialized psychotherapy supports you to move through the emotional aftermath of loss, and enhances resilience to continue your family building journey.

Pregnancy after loss is often accompanied by worry, fear or grief. Together we support you to find the balance manage emotional distress as you embrace and welcome your new pregnancy.

For women struggling with Anxiety or dysregulated mood throughout pregnancy, support is personalized to offer effective coping tools for wellness during this prenatal period.

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Postpartum Support

You have eagerly awaited your baby’s arrival for months, and finally, he is here. As life with your infant begins, you find that you are flooded with challenging unanticipated emotions. Sadness arises, you worry excessively, feel exhausted, lack motivation or doubt your ability to be a “good enough” parent. As the weeks unfold, you still feel “not quite right” and wonder if you will ever feel at ease again. These Postpartum challenges can feel isolating, though you are not alone.

1 in 5 Moms and 1 in 10 Dads experience postpartum anxiety or dysregulated mood. Postpartum Psychotherapy helps moms, dads and couples manage distress, find emotional rhythm, employ self-care and enhance resilience during this transitional time.

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