Hello and Welcome! I am Jessica A. Connell, Therapist and certified Professional and Executive Coach. I have been working with individuals, couples and organizations for a number of years to help overcome negative feelings, obstacles and challenges that have hindered desired progress in their personal and professional lives. With training in a host of different psychological theories, as well as coaching, I can uniquely customize treatment to each client’s presenting needs. My directive, relational and participatory approach has proven successful with many of my clients in achieving confidence that allows them to feel more in control and proud in their capabilities across all areas of one’s life. Please contact me to set up a free 15 minute phone consultation by emailing me at Jessica@cmpcnyc.com!

Please also check out My Zencare profile and WebMD profile to learn more about the way I work with my clients.

Andy Charidemou Randell, LCSW

Hello and Welcome! My name is Andy Charidemou, LMSW. I provide affirming and compassionate psychotherapy, both in person and virtually. 

I am rooted in the belief that everyone deserves to live an authentic and meaningful life, and I am passionate about helping individuals, couples, and groups feel capable of achieving just that. The goal is to help you find clarity, heal, and feel affirmed and confident leading your life. 

My approach is warm and genuine, and I engage each client with care and curiosity. I strive to create a radically accepting environment, so my clients feel safe enough to tap into their vulnerability. No topic is “too much,” and I will always celebrate your courage

My practice is trauma-informed, and rooted in anti-oppression and liberation-based principles. This means that therapy for me is both processing our personal experiences, while also combating oppressive systems that impact our overall wellness. I’m specifically interested in helping women and femme-identifying humans work towards body neutrality and food freedom, as well as supporting people engaged in non-monogamy in a non-judgmental and affirming environment. 

I have experience and success supporting diverse clients on matters including anxiety, depression, disordered eating, self-esteem, relationships, communication, and conflict.  I can help you manage unhelpful thoughts and feelings, heal from the emotional impact of past and present experiences, and develop tools to improve your quality of life.

You can learn more about how I work with my clients on MyWellBeing. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me for a 15-minute phone consultation to see if we are a good fit! My email is andy@cmpcnyc.com

Colleen Sullivan, LMSW

Hello and welcome! I’m Colleen Sullivan, LMSW and psychotherapist. I believe that therapy is a process grounded in trust and humanness, and I approach my work with gratitude for the courage it takes to seek out support. I believe in creating a warm, non-judgmental space where you can feel comfortable exploring your goals and vulnerabilities. I favor a psychodynamic approach integrated with elements of both CBT and DBT to help patients not only reduce unwanted symptoms or maladaptive coping mechanisms, but also understand and address the underlying root causes of the issue. Prior to transitioning into psychotherapy, I spent many years working in the financial and technology sectors. I understand the pressure that can come with balancing life with work, and want to help you make space to prioritize your wellbeing and happiness. While I am a generalist in practice, I have experience working in trauma, anxiety, work stress, depression, perfectionism, family, relationships, substance misuse, and eating disorders. I look forward to learning more about you and helping to identify steps towards the change you’d like to make. You can learn about how I work with my clients on my MyWellBeing
 profile. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me for a 15-minute phone consultation to see if we are a good fit! My email is colleen@cmpcnyc.com.


Amanda Kleinberg, LMSW

Hello and thank you for being here! My name is Amanda Kleinberg. I am a graduate of Fordham University with a master’s degree in social work. I understand every individual is unique and believe in a holistic approach, tailoring each session to your specific needs and personalized goals. I use a person-centered and strengths-based approach that considers all aspects of your life. When working together I offer a warm, non-judgmental space, giving you the opportunity to learn from yourself and gain the skills and tools to live your best life.

One of my core specialities is career related stress. Having worked in the corporate world of Public Relations for several years prior to my career as a therapist, I can appreciate the unique stressors and circumstances associated with high pressure work environments and maintaining a work-life balance. Another specialty of focus is in working with individuals who have parents, grandparents, or family members suffering from chronic illnesses, aging and bereavement. I am also skilled in working with clients during life transitions, trauma, anxiety, depression, dating, and relationship challenges. .

My goal is to meet you where you are and provide a safe and supportive space to work through any challenges. Collaboratively, we will work together to meet your goals. I am a strong proponent that the therapeutic relationship works most effectively with a good fit. Please reach out to me for a 15-minute phone consultation to see if you are interested in working together at Amanda@cmpcnyc.com. I look forward to hearing from you!


Stacy Simbrom, CPC

Hello! My name is Stacy Simbrom. I am an introspective and nurturing COACH (caregiver) who loves to learn through constantly taking classes and courses to better understand and support myself and others. I use Compassionate Inquiry, Mindfulness, and Somatic Awareness to help clients process stress and anxiety as well as other emotions that are showing up in their bodies and impacting an experience of wellness. Together, we can create a toolbox of techniques to process and release these tensions in your body. This supports reconnecting with one’s body through building awareness practices and somatic work and often supports an improved sense of well-being.

My intention is that coupled with your work with your therapist at CMPC, we can achieve a deeper mode of healing and an improved state of being. Please reach out to Stacy@cmpcnyc.com to schedule a free 15-minute phone consult to learn more about our fit to work together.