I believe that the most important aspect of psychotherapy is the client-therapist relationship. I welcome people of all ages, genders, ethnicities, and backgrounds with warmth and understanding. I believe that there is no one approach to psychotherapy that best suits every person; therefore, I use a collaborative approach with my clients to tailor their treatment. By working together, we can create goals to help you achieve your best self.
I earned my Bachelors in psychology from Dickinson College and my Masters in Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness from New York University. There I took various courses on couples, family, mind-body connection, trauma, grief, and adolescents in order to gain an eclectic background that would help me understand a diverse population.
During my Master’s Program, I completed a yearlong internship at Gilda’s Club NYC; a center that offers support groups as well as physical and mental activities to anyone impacted by cancer. There I had the chance to hone my skills in groups, bereavement counseling, trauma, and the mind-body connection. I have a passion for working with people with chronic Illness, whether that be cancer, diabetes, kidney disease, or other physical ailments. I also have an interest in working with people with anxiety, depression, grief, trauma, relationships, or other emotional issues.
I believe that everyone has the power to take back control of their lives. With psychotherapy, I will use both holistic and evidence-based approaches to help you make meaning of life events, teach you coping skills, and further explore the mind-body connection through an empathic, non-judgmental and safe space.
To book an appointment with Jamie Klein, MHC-LP please schedule under Anthony Freire, MA, LMHC, NCC, CCMHC's calendar.
* Please note that we will try our best to accommodate any therapist requests, in the event that we are unable to do so please know that all staff have extensive clinical training.