Uri Cohen, LCSW
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Uri Cohen

Psychotherapy, LCSW

Uri Cohen’s goal is to help individuals overcome mental health difficulties that hinder their ability to reach personal goals. In the early stages of his career, he worked with chronic mental illness and geriatric mental health difficulties. The past few years, he has focused on assisting clients in overcoming ADHD, anxiety, and trauma using supportive and CBT techniques.
Specialties
General Mental Health
Attention and Hyperactivity
Trauma & PTSD
Finances
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$140-200
Sliding Scale
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UnitedHealthcare
Oxford Health Plans
Oscar
Out-of-pocket
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“As one who believes in the power of the individual to achieve his/her potential, I view my role as the facilitator in the client's journey.”
What was your path to becoming a therapist?
A healer and listener by nature, the opportunity to utilize introspective strengths and skills made psychotherapy a natural choice for a vocation. Training to be an Orthodox Rabbi, I became aware of my abilities to support others through counseling and therapy. My varied internships, trainings, and experiences provided the steppingstones for my current specialties. Originally treating ADHD was my passion. I have noticed that, among my clients, ADHD, anxiety, and PTSD are common comorbidities and/or often easily confused. When I came to this realization, I attended trainings in order to also specialize in treating anxiety and trauma-related disorders.
What should someone know about working with you?
As one who believes in the power of the individual to achieve his/her potential, I view my role as the facilitator in the client's journey. A client can expect the process to start with the development of the supportive therapy relationship. Once our alliance has been developed, the plan is to collaboratively identify the challenges and set goals. In each session, the client is supported, therapeutic techniques are taught, and, between sessions, homework is assigned. The most successful client is the one who utilizes the tools between sessions to achieve his/her goals.
How do your own core values shape your approach to therapy?
As an introspective, growth-oriented person, I guide my clients past their difficulties, helping them get back on their own unique personal path of growth.
“As an introspective, growth-oriented person, I guide my clients past their difficulties, helping them get back on their own unique personal path of growth.”
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