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Let's find you a therapist.

We are a comprehensive group practice specializing in a wide range of therapeutic interventions.

Why Choose the Attune Community?

Attune Psychotherapy is a collaborative, dynamic group practice. We focus on the treatment of eating disorders, anxiety, depression, trauma and PTSD, intimacy issues, family issues, hoarding disorder, borderline personality disorder, and other related co-occurring disorders.

 

Our clients are representative of the vibrant city we are based in, and we proudly work alongside all cultures, gender identities, backgrounds, and religions. We follow a Health at Every Size (HAES) approach and are LGBTQIA affirming. We invite you to check clinician bios for individual specializations.

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Wide Range of Treatment Modalities 

Telehealth & In-Person Support

Licensed providers in New York, New Jersey & Connecticut

Compassionate, Culturally Sensitive Care

A Message From Our Clinical Director

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Congratulations on deciding to pursue psychotherapy and for finding Attune! We are a dynamic and diverse group of experienced, curious, driven, challenging and relatable clinicians who are eager to utilize each of our individual interests, trainings, experiences and modalities to meet each and every client exactly where they are in their unique process of healing, exploration and self-acceptance. Each clinician on our team has been handpicked to work with the specific needs of each of our clients, offering therapeutic services attuned to ensure opportunities for the greatest outcomes. We believe everyone deserves quality therapy no matter what the obstacle and we are determined to deliver on just that.

Colleen E. Baker, LCSW

Attune Psychotherapy Owner & Clinical Director

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“Neuroscience research shows that the only way we can change the way we feel is by becoming aware of our inner experience and learning to befriend what is going on inside ourselves.” 

Bessel A. Van der Kolk
The Body Keeps the Score

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