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Talia Gutlove, LCSW

Therapist, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW

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Why Talia Gutlove, LCSW chose to be in the helping profession

There is a huge stigma surrounding mental health. While it is acceptable for individuals to openly discuss physical health issues such as a broken leg or high blood pressure, there's often judgment and criticism towards those who express feelings of depression, or struggle with emotional regulation. Society seems to accept the need for medications to regulate blood circulation, yet regards the use of mood stabilizers as something to be ashamed of. I decided to become a social worker in order to try to contribute, in my own way, to breaking this stigma. I am determined to challenge the existing stigma and emphasize that mental health is just as crucial and deserving of support as physical health.

I have a strong passion for helping those struggling with their relationships, sexuality, or their overall sex lives. Our society places immense pressure on individuals to present their relationships and sex lives as flawless and picture-perfect. This unrealistic expectation, fueled by the inaccurate portrayal of relationships in social media and the media at large, leads to many entering into relationships or marriages with unrealistic ideals. I aim to create a safe haven where individuals can seek assistance for their relationships and sex lives without fear of judgment. I want to help people recognize that seeking help in these areas is entirely acceptable and can lead to positive growth and fulfillment.

Talia Gutlove, LCSW's approach

In my practice, I strive to establish a safe, non-judgmental, and supportive environment where my clients can freely explore their emotions and embark on a journey toward positive change. I believe that each person is unique and no single approach can be universally applied. I believe that therapy is for the purpose of helping YOU. Therefore, I use a holistic, collaborative approach, to ensure that the therapeutic process is specifically tailored to best suit your needs and goals. Recognizing the diversity of human experiences, I am trained in multiple specialized methods for addressing sexual and relationship issues, as well as other mental health concerns. Furthermore, I am a certified Kallah Teacher through Nishmat's program, which has allowed me to expand my expertise in this specific area. By integrating specialized methods, including those related to sexual and relationship issues, and employing diverse modalities, I can help you facilitate meaningful change and support you on your unique path to well-being with a personalized experience that promotes growth, healing, and empowerment.

What you can expect from sessions with Talia Gutlove, LCSW

In our sessions, you can expect a safe and welcoming space where openness and honesty are highly valued. I approach therapy with a non-judgmental and compassionate mindset, recognizing the unique struggles and experiences that individuals face. Together, we will explore the negative and repetitive patterns that may be hindering you from living your life to the fullest.

Guilt and shame often permeate our lives, leading us to criticize ourselves for not meeting societal expectations. These internalized judgments can be draining, impacting our energy levels, relationships, and sense of self. Throughout the therapeutic process, you can develop a deeper understanding of yourself, break free from these negative patterns, and gain insight into your emotions and experiences.

The therapeutic space we create together is one where you can be your authentic self without fear of judgment. It is a place to shed the masks you may have worn, challenge stigmas, and transform internalized judgments. You will be supported while developing effective coping skills to navigate life's stressors and daily challenges. I am dedicated to empowering you to embrace your true self, find your own path, and cultivate positive change in your life.

Talia Gutlove, LCSW's experience working with the Jewish community

Throughout my professional journey, I have had the privilege of working closely with the Jewish community in various capacities. I have gained valuable experience through my work in Jewish schools, as well as in my practice, where I have had the opportunity to support and collaborate with individuals from various Jewish backgrounds. Becoming a Kallah Teacher has further deepened my connection to the Jewish community.

I strive to create a therapeutic environment that respects and honors these cultural aspects while addressing the personal concerns and goals of my client, and understanding the specific contexts and values that inform their lives. By integrating this awareness, I aim to provide a comprehensive and inclusive approach to therapy. I am committed to providing culturally sensitive support and maintaining a deep respect for the values and traditions within the Jewish community.

Languages spoken


People I work with

Adults Individuals Couples

Jewish community experience


Licensed to work in

New York

Where people can see me in person

Cedarhurst, Five Towns, Woodmere


  • LCSW by State of NY. License number 095355


  • CBT by Beck Institute
  • EFT by Beck Institute
  • Sex Therapy by AASECT candidate
  • MBSR by Palouse


  • Sex therapy by Stephanie Buehler
  • Gottman Method by Gottman

Average costs per session

$200 - $225

Payment Methods

  • Free consultation

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