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Haley Selarnick, MS, LMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist located in Midtown, New York, NY

 

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Haley Selarnick, MS, MFT


Haley Selarnick, MS, MFT is a Marriage and Family Therapist with a degree from Thomas Jefferson University.

Haley’s approach to therapy is both compassionate and attentive and she strives to collaborate with clients to find solutions that work for them. Haley specializes in seeing individuals struggling in relationships, as well as couples counseling. Being a systemically trained therapist, Haley looks at the impact society, family, friends, partners, and cultures have on our journey. She understands that, at times, we all struggle to move out of ineffective and harmful communication patterns and within that struggle we find distress and anxiety.

To that aim, Haley employs a combination of insight-oriented and evidence-based approaches, including Emotion-focused couples therapy (EFT), Narrative Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to help clients achieve their goals.

 

 

Client Concerns I Treat

 

Academic Concerns
Adoption and Reunion Issues
Anger Management
Anxiety
Behavioral Issues
Blended Family Issues
Body Image
Burnout
Career Issues
Child or Adolescent Issues
Chronic Impulsivity
Chronic Pain
Codependency
Commitment Obstacles
Communication Problems
Couples Therapy
Depression
Dating
Divorce
Domestic Violence and Abuse
Eating Patterns or Eating Disorders
Emerging Adulthood
Emotional Disturbance
Existential Crisis or Transition
Family conflict
Family Therapy
Fear of Failure
Fertility
Food-related Stress
Gender Identity
Grief and Bereavement
Health-related Concerns or Chronic Illness
Indecision
Imposter Syndrome
Infidelity
Intrusive Thoughts
Insomnia
Job Coaching
Life Transitions
LGBTQ+ Related Issues
Loneliness
Money-related Stress
Multicultural issues
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Panic
Parenting Issues
Peak Performance
Peer Relationships
Perfectionism
Performance Anxiety
Personality Disorders
Post-Partum Depression
Procrastination
Pregnancy-related Stress
PTSD
Race-related Stress
Relationship issues
Self-Harm
Self-Reflection
Sexual Addiction
Sexual Dysfunction
Sexual Issues
Sexual Orientation
Social Life
Spiritual Crisis or Transition
Stress
Substance Abuse
Trauma
Weight Loss
Women’s Obstacles
Workplace issues
Young Adulthood