Rachel Levine, PhD
 

Degree  

PhD
 

Title

Clinical Psychologist
 

Description of Practice/Services Offered

I provide psychotherapy to adults and adolescents. I treat a broad range of psychological challenges including anxiety, depression, traumatic stress, and emotional dysregulation, and have a particular interest in helping individuals develop meaningful relationships and navigate family, social and work-related stressors. I am an integrative therapist and utilize interpersonally oriented psychodynamic psychotherapy combined with CBT and other evidence-based practices. I collaborate with my clients to find the most effective treatment venues.

I worked for several years as a supervising psychologist at the Women’s Health Project at St. Luke’s hospital before the clinic was closed. My work focused on working with individuals who experienced complex and developmental trauma many of whom struggled with substance use issues as well. This is an area I continue to focus on in my private practice as well as broader women’s mental health issues including pre and postnatal anxiety and depression, parenting concerns, and other life cycle stressors. I particularly enjoy working with young adults who are navigating new challenges in relationships and career. I work extensively with men and women from Orthodox and Hassidic Jewish backgrounds.  
 

Professional Education

MA, PhD Clinical Psychology: Fairleigh Dickinson University
Pre-Doctoral Internship: North-Shore, Long Island Jewish Medical Center
Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Intensive Psychotherapy: William Alanson White Institute.
 

Credentials/Board Certification

NY State Licensed Psychologist

 

Publications (maiden name: Wieder-Blank

Wieder-Blank, R., Jeltova, I., Yun, R., Tucker, V., Kaufman, S. & Kranzler, R. (2005). Curriculum-based dynamic assessment for students underachieving in mathematics: The role of learning and perceptual styles. Poster session presented at the International Conference of the International Association for Cognitive Education and Psychology, Durham, UK.
 
Jeltova, I., Wieder-Blank, R., Yun, R., Tucker, V., Kaufman, S. & Kranzler, R. (2005). Role of parental and children’s motivational pattern in children’s progress in after-school program in mathematics. Poster session presented at the International Conference of the International Association for Cognitive Education and Psychology, Durham, UK.
 
Wieder-Blank, R. (2004). Vygotsky’s Cultural Determinants of Education: Theory and Application for the Educational Psychologist. A Review of Kozulin, Gindis, Ageyev, & Miller’s, Vygotsky’s Educational Theory in Cultural Context.
 
PsycCritiques: APA Review of Books, 9, supplement 14, 1-5.
 
Jeltova, I., Fredine, N., Soxman, H. & Wieder-Blank, R. (2004). Psychoeducational correlates of teacher-student match in Elementary School: Practical implications. Poster session presented at the Annual National Conference of American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.
 

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Address: 140 Riverside Drive, Suite 1A
New York, NY 10024 (corner of 86th Street) 
Phone: 917-940- 3796 
Appointment Scheduling: Call or email
Office Hours: Flexible Hours
Insurances Accepted: Out of Network; welcome sliding scale referrals