Therapists included in this directory are listed according to their level of training in AEDP (i.e. roughly number of AEDP training hours); AEDP Level does not correlate to the therapist’s overall experience as a clinician. To learn more about AEDP Levels, click here.
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As a therapist, I am warm, grounded, and patient. I listen closely, with curiosity and kindness, and without judgment. I use these skills with my training in AEDP, psychodynamic, mindfulness-based, trauma-informed and behavioral therapeutic approaches to help my clients to bring thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and relationship patterns into awareness, and make intentional change rooted in their own meaning and values.
I believe that symptoms such as anxiety, depression, dissatisfaction in relationships, and feeling “stuck” are cues to investigate what is truly happening within us, and attend to it. I believe that self-awareness and self-compassion can bring about accountability and change. We can all learn to care for ourselves and communicate with loved ones in ways that improve our relationships and well-being, and it is an honor and a joy to facilitate this work.
I have experience working with clients from various communities and across the spectrum of gender and sexuality, and am committed to ongoing learning from my clients about the truth of their own lived experience.
As a mother of three young adults and a former lawyer, I relate to the challenges of navigating one’s humanity and identity in the workplace.
Linda Siegel, JD, LMSW earned her JD and Master’s in Social Work from New York University, and completed the Two Year Training Program in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, as well as trainings in various modalities including AEDP, ACT, CBT, DBT, and use of meditation in therapy.