Dr. Bartlett now provides video sessions for clients.
“I am happy to provide services in a safe and compliant manner. Times of uncertainty can be especially hard so please reach out!”
PSYCHOTHERAPY CAN BE HELPFUL IN MANY WAYS
Welcome. Today you are taking the first important step in helping yourself. You are looking for a caring, compassionate therapist. My name is Dr. Kira Bartlett. I am a New York state licensed clinical psychologist who has had over 20 years of successful clinical experience with adults in short- and long-term psychotherapy. I specialize in supporting people through challenging life transitions. With care and compassion, I can help you find yourself and your life again.
The decision to enter therapy is a very personal one. For some, there are long-standing issues, or struggles with anxiety or depression, for example. For others, difficulties with life transitions, such as job loss, young adult transitions, the arrival of a new baby or a separation or divorce. Others may seek additional support in order to pursue personal exploration or growth.
Therapy can provide support, insight, and new perspectives for many of life’s challenges. Therapy is right for anyone who is hoping to get the most out of his/her life, to increase self-awareness, and to work toward making positive changes in one’s life.
PSYCHOTHERAPY FOR POSTPARTUM WOMEN & FAMILIES
I also offer virtual or in-person psychotherapy for postpartum women through A Bridge Home, helping to transition mom and baby to a longer term supportive therapy with one of my experienced clinicians.
For many postpartum women, traveling to see a therapist for support is just too difficult. Our virtual service allows us to reach out and provide a bridge connecting the support of the maternity unit to the client’s home and family.
We are passionate about making treatment accessible to women in crisis, and women at risk for perinatal mood disorders. As clinicians with specialties in maternal mental health, we have extensive training and experience treating women who struggle, whether it be during pregnancy or postpartum.