Mental Health Counselor PLLC
Licensed Psychotherapist
212-653-8808
Mental Health Counselor PLLC
Licensed Psychotherapist
212-653-8808
Mental Health Counselor PLLC
Licensed Psychotherapist
212-653-8808
Mental Health Counselor PLLC
Licensed Psychotherapist
212-653-8808
Mental Health Counselor PLLC
Licensed Psychotherapist
212-653-8808
Mental Health Counselor PLLC
Licensed Psychotherapist
212-653-8808
Mental Health Counselor PLLC
Licensed Psychotherapist
212-653-8808
Mental Health Counselor PLLC
Licensed Psychotherapist
212-653-8808
Mental Health Counselor PLLC
Licensed Psychotherapist
212-653-8808

Licensed Psychotherapist

Michael John Arnold, LMHC

Bio - Michael John Arnold

Drawing on a diverse set of experiences serving a wide range of patient groups, Michael John Arnold, LMHC, has come to be regarded as a well-respected and effective mental health counselor. Michael makes it easy and convenient to get the care that you need with his practice, Mental Health Counselor PLLC.

Michael recognizes that every person will experience profound loss at some point in their life, whether it is the death of a loved one, a breakup or divorce, illness, losing a job, the loss of a pet, financial loss, a loss of trust, or a loss of faith. Michael works with his patients to guide them through the process of facing this loss instead of avoiding it, helping to resolve the strong emotions of grief and the anxiety, depression, illness, or substance abuse that can follow.

In addition to his vast experience dealing with loss, Michael is also well-versed in other aspects of mental health counseling, including relationship therapy, cognitive therapy, psychotherapy, obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety, and more.

To learn how you can get the help that you need, call or use the online booking feature to schedule your first appointment.

Telehealth Services

Distance, travel and a busy lifestyle can sometimes limit access to care. Online telehealth can overcome these barriers to therapy.

You can now have access to your therapist from the comfort of your home, office or while on vacation. We even provide this service outside the United States, across the globe making it accessible to a worldwide population.

I no longer recognize myself. My days are like swimming through a fog. Sad thoughts go round and round in my head. I feel so lost, and have absolutely no idea how I wandered into such a sorrowful place in my life.” Your feelings are personal and unique configurations that must be acknowledged and embraced before you can find your own path to emotional wholeness, fulfillment and joy in the kind of life you would want to live and the kind of relationships you want to have. Wake up from the darkness and find your way back to yourself, and lift your emotional fetters to come into the light of day and back to yourself again. I hear and listen. I am an ally, trained at various therapeutic modalities, passionate about what I do. You can get passed the family dynamics, toxic relationships and all manner of trauma, abandonment, sadness, and grief.
Michael John Arnold

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