Marcos A. Quiñones
Hello. It’s my pleasure to welcome you. My name is Marcos and I’m a psychotherapist with one goal: to help you take action and be the person you are meant to be.
What I Do:
As a therapist, you and I will explore who you are meant to be. How would you like to show up at work, with friends, in health, and with your partner or children? Then, we would look at what stops you from being the person you want to be. Is it anxiety, depression, anger, or other emotions, thoughts, health challenges, or skill. With over 15 years of practicing solution based therapies and drawing on neuroscience, I will guide you every step of the way.
I specialize in treating adults in midlife — adults who have reached professional and familiar success and now are feeling a void. The void can seem like stuckness, loss of vitality and passion, or boredom. From this emptiness comes frustration, irritability, and an urge for self-destructive behaviors. I help identify new and healthy passions, return to activities that were once fulfilling, and manage the calls to behave self destructively.
What To Expect:
The process is like learning to drive. As long as you’re committed to the program and want to sit in the driver’s seat, I guarantee a patient and willing instructor by your side.
My approach is unique, and I’m confident you’ll see progress soon. The first step is to schedule a consultation online or call 646-289-0533.
Veronica V. Morgenstern
Mr. Lucas Mayrsohn attended New York University, where he earned his master’s degree in social work.
Mr. Mayrsohn is a down-to-earth, personable, compassionate, and empathetic individual. He sees patients for a wide range of mild to severe mental illnesses, including anxiety, mood, obsessive-compulsive, substance, psychotic, and personality disorders.
Mr. Mayrsohn is an active member of the National Association of Social Workers. He believes that an amalgamation of sound medical judgment, technology, and an optimistic attitude are needed to guarantee quick recovery and thorough care.
Tyvon attended Adelphi University where he received his undergraduate and graduate degree in clinical social work. Tyvon has also earned a certification as an Anger Management Specialist and is a nationally recognized member in America and Canada. In addition, Tyvon is certified in Rational Emotive and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
After graduating, Tyvon has worked in diverse settings including preventive services, school based agencies, and education. His professional background also includes working with diverse populations such as Hispanic, Muslim, African, adolescences, adults, couples, and families. Tyvon has experience in treating clinical depression, family/relationship issues, sexual abuse, anxiety, anger, self-esteem, PTSD, and psychological trauma to name a few.
Tyvon’s clinical interest include treating personality disorders. Tyvon has an eclectic therapeutic style that includes individual and group client-centered, cognitive behavioral, strength-based, and solution-focused. Tyvon believes that the root of all successful outcomes in therapy derives from establishing a safe and trusting relationship with his clients.