Sheryl Deluty, LCSW
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Sheryl Deluty

Psychotherapy, LCSW

Sheryl Deluty has experience working in hospitals as a social worker, helping people and their families cope with crises. At discharge, she helped them adjust to health problems and issues with families that were exacerbated by the crisis. In this work as well as in her private practice, she deals with adjustment issues, changes in relationships, anxiety, grief, and depression.
Specialties
Anxiety and Panic Disorders
Grief and Loss
Life Transitions
Personal Growth and Self-Esteem
General relationship challenges (family, friends, co-workers)
Locations
Finances
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$80-140
Sliding Scale
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UnitedHealthcare
Oxford Health Plans
Cigna
Medicare
Oscar
UHC Student Resources
Out-of-pocket
Licensed in
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New York
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“I'm a kind, gentle, caring and empathic woman who establishes relationships with clients to help and support them in their journey toward self-actualization, adjusting to a "new normal", understanding their history and its impact on their lives, and discovering solutions.”
What was your path to becoming a therapist?
I knew social work was my calling in college. It felt rewarding whenever I could help people. I knew that I needed professional training to better understand human development and family systems. The opportunity to learn in the classroom as well as via actively working with clients enabled me to grow as a clinician.
What should someone know about working with you?
I'm a kind, gentle, caring and empathic woman who establishes relationships with clients to help and support them in their journey toward self-actualization, adjusting to a "new normal", understanding their history and its impact on their lives, and discovering solutions.
What do you do to continue learning and building competencies as a provider?
Continuing to learn about adults, children, families, ethics, anxiety, depression, grief, and spirituality by way of conferences and through online courses helps me feel excited about the work I do. I am reminded what a privilege it is to work with clients. I have been in the field more than 35 years and find there is always something new to learn.
How do your own core values shape your approach to therapy?
I have learned that exploring your family dynamics while growing up impacts the way you cope with and feel about situations as an adult. You and a colleague at work or you and a friend or family member can be told the same information but it can impact you in different ways. One person may feel sad or depressed while another person hearing the same information may let it roll off their back. If you are troubled by your responses or reactions, let's explore why you cope the way you do and let's take this journey together to effect change and find happiness.
What if you are reluctant to start therapy?
Some people who have health issues may be scared of going to the doctor. Putting off the visit can often cause the physical health problems to get worse. The same can be said with mental health. It's okay to talk to a professional and get help. Reaching out and making the phone call is the first step toward feeling happier, more fulfilled, and less anxious. Come in and talk to me and let's hear your goals and take this journey together.
“If you are troubled by your responses or reactions, let's explore why you cope the way you do and let's take this journey together to effect change and find happiness.”
Interested in speaking with Sheryl?