Call Us At 646-779-1612
All Days 9:00 to 5:00
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116 West 23rd Street, New York, NY 10011
Shanta Pamphile
Counselor, LPC, NCC

Verified by Therapy For Black Men
(347) 208-3313
Primary Location
209 Cooper Ave
Suite 2
Montclair, New Jersey
United States

Accepting new clients?: Yes
Remote therapy available?: Yes
Can prescribe medication?: No

Office Hours: 9:00am-8pm Saturday and Wednesday, additional times available upon request

Last school: Fairleigh Dickinson University, , 2015
License(s): 37PC00665200-New Jersey

Average cost per session: 120.00
Sliding scale pricing?: Yes
Free initial phone consultation?: No
Free initial face to face consultation?: No
Payment methods accepted:
  • Cash
  • Check
  • Mastercard
  • Visa

    Insurance Note: Not accepting insurance at this time, Out of Network

    • Individuals
    • Couples
    • Family

    Age specialty:
    • Preteens and Tweens (11 to 13)
    • Adolescents and Teenagers (14 to 19)
    • Adults
    • Elders (65+)

    Languages spoken:
    • English

      You don’t ever have to go at it alone. I believe that everyone needs a support system and so therapy is a place where that can happen. I often describe my work as a journey as much of my role in this work involves being a co-pilot or co-author of your story. I seek to help individuals become the best version of themselves as they work through unresolved issues, trauma, or maladaptive patterns that have led to stuckness or got in the way of their happiness.

      As your therapist, I will encourage you to integrate all parts of yourself by becoming aware of much of what has shaped who you are. My goal is not to change you, or fix you, but to help you arrive at what essentially is most powerful and meaning to you.

      I have experience working with LGBTQ individuals, relationship issues (couples counseling), individuals struggling with stage of life problems, transitions, adjustment related issues, acculturative stressors, depression, anxiety, bipolar related disorders, personality disorders, trauma-related disorders, schizophrenia, and neurocognitive disorders.

      I also have lots of experience working with individuals from disadvantaged populations namely clients from low socioeconomic backgrounds, minorities, and immigrants. I draw heavily from existential and psychodynamic practices and use other approaches based on the needs of my client. I follow a multicultural approach in understanding the dynamics of power, privilege and oppression with regard to race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, sex, gender, ability/disability and spirituality.

      I strongly believe in the power of therapy and highly recommend that Black Men, and Women get the support that they need in improving their health and wellness. Let's make mental health a priority. #Blacktherapy, #Blacklove.

      • Anger Management
      • Antisocial Personality
      • Anxiety
      • Bipolar Disorder
      • Borderline Personality
      • Career Counseling
      • Codependency
      • Coping Skills
      • Depression
      • Divorce
      • Domestic Abuse
      • Domestic Violence
      • Emotional Disturbance
      • Family Conflict
      • Grief
      • Infidelity
      • Life Transitions
      • Marital and Premarital
      • Men's Issues
      • Narcissistic Personality
      • Peer Relationships
      • Racial Identity
      • Relationship Issues
      • Self Esteem
      • Self-Harming
      • Stress
      • Suicidal Ideation
      Other issues:
        Treatment orientation:
        • Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
        • Compassion Focused
        • Culturally Sensitive
        • Emotionally Focused
        • Existential
        • Gestalt
        • Interpersonal
        • Multicultural
        • Narrative
        • Person-Centered
        • Psychodynamic
        • Reality Therapy
        • Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)

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