Ari Poliakoff, LCSW
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I excel at helping people discover and understand themselves. This is the key to healing, success, and growth.
Ari Poliakoff, LCSW's style🥇 Empowering 👂 Listener 🤝 Collaborative
Why Ari Poliakoff, LCSW chose to be in the helping profession
I have found that for myself this is the career path that is the best, most significant, and most enriching way to invest my time and energy while making a living.
Ari Poliakoff, LCSW's approach
Wouldn't it be great if your therapist didn't just listen to you, but helped YOU listen to yourself? You know, that Self that gets lost among all your responsibilities and commitments and social media and stress and all the things you tell yourself...all that stuff that makes you feel fragmented and overwhelmed. I love helping people discover themselves amidst the noise of life. Understanding yourself is the key to getting "unstuck" and moving towards healing, success, and growth.
What you can expect from sessions with Ari Poliakoff, LCSW
Most people start seeing a therapist because they seek support, validation, and empathy. While I certainly provide my clients with those gifts, I also, and more importantly will help you give these gifts to yourself. A central focus of our sessions will be on building a foundation of self-support and empowerment. If you're ready to get to know yourself better and to cultivate self-leadership, I'm here to help.
Ari Poliakoff, LCSW's experience working with the Jewish community
Throughout my practice, I have had the privilege of working with a diverse range of individuals from the Jewish community. I recognize the unique pressures and challenges that Jewish clients, particularly men, often encounter. Drawing from my understanding and sensitivity to these issues and my own personal experiences, I provide a supportive therapeutic environment that addresses these specific needs.
- Expressive Arts Therapy
- Gottman Method
- Internal Family Systems (IFS)
- Psychodynamic Therapy
- Trauma Focused Therapy
Languages spokenEnglish Hebrew
People I work withToddlers (0-5) Children (6-12) Adolescents (13-18) Adults Individuals Couples Families
Personal religious affiliationsOrthodox
Jewish community experienceExtensive
Licensed to work inMaryland, New York
- LCSW. License number 089569
- LCSW-C. License number 28775
- BA, Rabbinic Ordination by Yeshiva University
- Master of Social Work by Touro College
- IFS Level 1
- Gottman Method Level 1