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Nick Fernandez, Ph.D.

Doctoral Resident located in Midtown, New York, NY

 

atp provider

Nick Fernandez, Ph.D.


Dr. Nick Fernandez, of Thriving Center of Psychology, specializes in working individually with clients who are struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship dynamics, and career-related issues. He is known for taking an active approach to therapy and only incorporates modalities that are supported by the most contemporary clinical research and evidence-based models.

Dr. Fernandez was trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy at Long Island University where he received his Ph.D. He has trained in a variety of clinical settings, including hospitals, outpatient mental health clinics, college counseling centers, and private practice.

 

 

Client Concerns I Treat

 

Academic Concerns
ADD/ADHD
Addiction and Substance use
Anger Management
Anxiety
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Behavioral Issues
Bipolar Disorder
Burnout
Career Issues
Chronic Impulsivity
Chronic Pain
Codependency
Commitment Obstacles
Communication Problems
Couples Therapy
Creative Blocks
Depression
Digital Addiction
Dating
Dreams
Dual Diagnosis
Emerging Adulthood
Emotional Disturbance
Existential Crisis or Transition
Family conflict
Fear of Failure
Gambling Addiction
Grief and Bereavement
Health-related Concerns or Chronic Illness
Harassment
Indecision
Imposter Syndrome
Infidelity
Intrusive Thoughts
Insomnia
Job Coaching
Learning Disabilities
Life Transitions
LGBTQ+ Related Issues
Loneliness
Money-related Stress
Multicultural issues
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder(OCD)
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Panic
Peak Performance
Peer Relationships
Perfectionism
Performance Anxiety
Personality Disorders
Phobias
Procrastination
PTSD
Race-related Stress
Relationship issues
Schizophrenia
Self-Harm
Self-Reflection
Sexual Addiction
Sexual Dysfunction
Sexual Fear
Sexual Issues
Sexual Orientation
Social Life
Spiritual Crisis or Transition
Stress
Substance Abuse
Suicidal Feelings
Trauma
Veterans
Workplace issues
Young Adulthood