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Dr. Simira Freeman
Psychologist
New York

In-network with

Aetna, Oscar Health, Oxford, and United Healthcare

Specializes in

Anxiety, Relationship Issues, and Stress

Great to meet you!

More sessions times available. If you don't see an available time, please contact drsimira@chaisesolutions.com for more information on booking through Headway. My approach is centered around empowerment, compassion and understanding. I most enjoy helping others navigate struggles with relationships, life transitions, and anxiety. At the core of feeling better is simply wanting to feel more at ease and come up for air.

A bit about my approach to therapy

My therapeutic approach is eclectic and tailored to the needs of the individual client, but inspired by ideals from research based techniques like CBT, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, and Solution Focused Brief Therapy. As part of my practice, I also integrate and encourage increased awareness of the mind-body connection and your physiological response to stress or trauma as part of healing and healthy self care.

What you can expect from our first session

I have always been most inspired to encourage people to be brave enough to share their truths and vulnerable enough to allow themselves to be truly seen. At the center of any successful transformation in coaching, consultation or therapy is a strong foundation built on trust, vulnerability, full disclosure and no judgment. As a true thought-partner, I am willing to walk the path to feeling better beside you with the goal of helping you feel empowered to begin the process of creating change.


Simira's style is

Warm
Affirming
Participatory

Insurance carriers Simira accepts

Aetna
Oscar
Oxford
UnitedHealthcare

More about Simira

PsyD (Doctor of Psychology) at Fairleigh Dickinson University
License type: LP (Licensed Psychologist)
Gender: Cisgender Female
Ethnicity: Black or African descent
Languages: English
Works with: Adults
More specialties: Family Issues
Modalities: Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)