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Penina Pultman

Psychiatric Medication Provider, DMSC, PA-C

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Penina Pultman's style

🎯 Direct 🌎 Holistic 💡 Solution-oriented

Why Penina Pultman chose to be in the helping profession

I chose to enter the helping profession because I recognized a need within the Chassidic Jewish community for psychiatric providers who are able to fully understand and appreciate the unique nuances of this culture and speak the language. I know that mental health and wellness is a journey that requires deep empathy and guidance, rather than a quick-fix solution. It is my passion to be able to provide this type of support to individuals within this community who may feel misunderstood or marginalized. By fostering a safe and supportive environment, I am able to help clients navigate their journeys toward healing and growth, and empower them to take control of their mental health and well-being.

Penina Pultman's approach

As a psychiatric medication provider, my approach is rooted in the belief that the combination of therapy and psychiatric services can be incredibly powerful for individuals seeking support. To me, it's similar to having a broken leg - therapy serves as the cast, holding the issue in place so that the individual can focus on healing themselves, while psychiatric services serve as the crutches, offering the necessary support for the journey towards recovery. Through a compassionate and collaborative approach, I work with my clients to identify the most effective combination of services for their unique needs and goals. By combining a variety of tools and techniques, I am able to help my clients navigate their challenges with grace, strength, and resilience.

What you can expect from sessions with Penina Pultman

When you choose to work with me, you can expect a supportive and collaborative environment where you can feel safe to explore your challenges and goals. Our sessions will typically last between 45 minutes to an hour, depending on your needs and the type of evaluation required. As we work together, I may also reach out to other therapists or schools as needed to ensure that you have access to the most comprehensive care possible. With my guidance and support, you can expect to develop greater insights and skills to help you navigate your challenges with greater ease and confidence.

Penina Pultman's experience working with the Jewish community

As a Yiddish-speaking Chassidic female with a deep understanding of the unique needs of the Jewish community, I hold myself to a high bar when it comes to providing quality care. I believe that every individual deserves to feel heard, seen, and understood in their therapeutic journey, and I work tirelessly to ensure that my clients feel safe, comfortable, and supported at every step of the way. Whether it's reaching out to Rabbis or other community leaders to provide the most comprehensive care possible, or simply offering a listening ear and compassionate guidance, I am dedicated to helping individuals and families thrive in all aspects of their lives.

Languages spoken

English Yiddish

People I work with

Children (6-12) Adolescents (13-18) Adults

Personal religious affiliations

Chassidish

Jewish community experience

Extensive

Licensed to work in

New York

Where people can see me in person

Brooklyn

1236 40th Street, New York

4 years in practice

Licences

  • PA by Touro University

Degrees

  • Doctor of Medical Science & Psychiatry by Touro University

Average costs per session

$175 - $450

Payment Methods

  • Insurance
  • Credit Card

Insurances

  • Aetna
  • BlueCross and BlueShield
  • Cigna
  • Highmark
  • Oscar

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