Yiota Papadopoulos, Ph.D.
     N.Y.S. Licensed Psychologist
225 Broadway • Suite 3111
New York, NY  10007
Tel:  (212) 964 - 1609
Fax:  (212) 964 -1637
                                                            
Dr. Yiota Papadopoulos is a counseling psychologist who has been working with clients in the Financial District since 2002.  Trained at Teachers College, Columbia University, she has over 20 years of clinical experience working with individuals, couples and families.  Her approach is practical and strength-based, helping people from all walks of life develop the skills to effectively address immediate concerns, as well as long-standing problems.  Her areas of expertise include the treatment of depression and anxiety, entering and maintaining romantic relationships, family therapy and career counseling and development.  She is also trained as a diversity specialist, focused on issues related to race, ethnicity and acculturation.

Dr. Papadopoulos has been working with a diverse group of clients, who primarily work in the financial services industry but. also, in law, insurance, medicine and the performing arts.  Working with individuals across the range of management levels, from analyst to partner, Dr. Papadopoulos has assisted numerous individuals to find work/life balance, manage anxiety, stress and interpersonal conflict in the workplace, clarify career goals and resolve any personal issues that get in the way of promotions.

A major focus of treatment for many individuals involves resolving personal issues that get in the way of romantic relationships.  Dr. Papadopoulos finds that people often know how to get into a relationship but not how to maintain a relationship.  She works with both individuals and couples, helping people improve communication and increase intimacy in their relationships.

Trained in several models of family therapy, Dr. Papadopoulos has also completed the Advanced Specialization Program in Couple and Family Therapy at the NYU Postdoctoral Program.  In her work with families, Dr. Papadopoulos has worked with dyads, such as parents or mothers and daughters, as well as whole families, to improve communication and resolve conflicts. 

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