Erin Finnerty, LCSW

“Therapy is a process of dedicated self-reflection that happens through a partnership between a client and therapist. A therapist is trained to help you see themes, patterns, and ways of interacting with others that might be hard to spot on your own and to help you gain a different perspective on what’s standing in the way of personal growth and satisfaction.”


Training & Logistics


Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in New York State

Techniques: Psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral psychotherapy, relational psychotherapy, mindfulness based cognitive therapy.


Location: 26 Court St. Suite 1501, Brooklyn
Trains nearby: 23, 45, R, ACF

Frequency options: Weekly

Exchange: $175/session

Payment methods: Cash and check


I work with people on a wide range of issues. The following are a few of my specialties (this list is not all-inclusive):

  • Anxiety

  • Self esteem

  • Life transitions

  • Relationship concerns

  • Depression

  • Pregnancy

  • Parenting

What is unique about the work you do, or how have you found your work to be different than your colleagues’?

Some therapists are hesitant to disclose their own thoughts or feelings during a therapy session, but I find that being open about my own reactions to what a client’s experiencing can build our rapport and make it easier for us to relate to each other.

I am also very comfortable talking about the process of therapy itself and reflecting on the relationship we’re building. This kind of reflection allows us to check in on our progress and use our weekly session as a sort of laboratory to work through issues you’re facing in your day-to-day interactions.


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