Entry Detail

    Beth Manitsky, LMSW
    Street:
    293 6th Avenue
    City:
    Brooklyn
    State:
    NY
    Zip Code:
    11215
    Phone:
    (833) 345-1901
    Neighborhood:
    Park Slope

    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2021Review
    On 10-Jun-2021
    Subject:  Review from the 2021 Therapist Survey
    Comment:  During what time span have you seen this therapist? Sept 2020- presentType of therapist: PsychologistWhat kind of patients does this therapist see? Older Children (pre-teens), Younger Children, Teens, Adults (individual therapy)In-person, Zoom, or telephone therapy? Zoom/Video therapy, In-person therapyBriefly describe the reasons you decided to seek help: I needed someone to unload all of my covid-era frustrations, disappointments etc onto and friends/family weren’t cutting it (they all had their own stuff to deal with.) She has also been a great help in dealing with family issues, the challenge of easier vs more difficult children, and a big career transition.Does the therapist take insurance, and if not, how has your experience been with filing claims? I pay out of pocket as our insurance has minimal coverage for out-of-network and it doesn’t seem worth the paperwork for what we would get.Review: She was an ideal therapist for me as she reentered the work force in a new career after a long break staying home with kids. She balances just being a friendly ear and even sharing her own experiences with gently pushing me towards getting to the real issues. She seems very adaptive as this was very much the kind of therapy I wanted - I wanted a weekly outlet, not to get into big emotional stuff every single week.
    Reviewed by 2020Review
    On 21-Jun-2020
    Subject:  Beth Manitsky, LMSW-Psychotherapist - kids and adults
    Comment:  Beth has been instrumental in helping me (adult working mom) work through a particularly rough patch. She brings special understanding to parenting children with special needs, and has guided us through a process of better supporting and understanding our kid. Her approach (in my case anyway) feels something like coaching grounded in a psychoanalytic framework. I feel deeply understood and supported through our work together. She's also funny, grounded and practical. Highly recommend.