Harvey Kraslin has practiced psychotherapy for more than 30 years and has
degrees from Washington University (B.A.), Columbia University (M.S.W.),
and Clark University (Ed.D.). He
has been practicing independently since 1980 and was a clinical supervisor
for graduate schools, including NYU.
He has provided extensive mental health training to hospitals,
schools, corporations, Employee Assistance Programs, and psychiatric
Professional recognitions include
Diplomate of the Academy for Eating Disorders and National Service Award
from the Disabled American Veterans for work with Vietnam veterans.
He is Level II trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and
Reprocessing). Dr. Kraslin
has been on television, radio and covered by the press.
Dr. Kraslinís clinical orientation
is solution-focused, short-term treatment which is highly interactive.
Diagnostic acumen and a variety of interventions are critical to
identify the root of emotional problems and provide adequate repair.
Similarly, marriage and family counseling requires both an
understanding of the interpersonal dynamics and familiarity with
techniques for building coping skills to replace unhealthy patterns.
Dr. Kraslin strongly
believes in a variety of conservative and alternative
approaches. He is interested in discussing their application
to your specific needs.
Assistance Programs (EAPs) and insurance companies have referred hundreds
of clients to Dr. Kraslin. This
is due to his quick response, competent service, positive client feedback,
and ability to manage challenging situations.
Dr. Kraslin treats adults,
adolescents, and children. He
enjoys working with clients served unsuccessfully by other clinicians.
Such difficult categories include: dysfunctional interpersonal
relations; unremitting depression; anxiety including Panic Disorder;
Dissociative Disorder, and impulse control problems like substance abuse,
anger, and self-mutilation.
Collaboration with providers such as
schools, physicians, other therapists and institutions is available as
needed during treatment. Consultation
and training services are also offered.