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Graham Reynolds, PhD

About Dr. Graham Reynolds

I am a New York State licensed psychologist specializing in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). I am currently an Adjunct Professor and Clinical Supervisor at Columbia University Teacher’s College, where I teach a course on DBT and supervise doctoral students in clinical psychology. I work with adults and adolescents who struggle with a range of issues, including: anxiety, OCD, depression, and bipolar disorder. I try to help clients to create meaningful change in their lives by using evidence-based approaches to therapy while meeting the needs of the individual person.



I offer a range of evidence-based therapies to help clients achieve their goals and improve their mental health. I use many types of cognitive and behavioral therapies to create individualized treatment based on your needs.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT is a term used to describe dozens of types of therapy. CBT is a goal-oriented therapy that focuses on changing negative thought patterns and behaviors. By identifying and changing these patterns, clients can learn to manage their symptoms and improve their quality of life. It has been shown to be effective in treating anxiety, depression, and other life issues.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT is a “third wave” CBT approach that focuses on acceptance as a way to cope with life’s issues. It aims to help people to take action towards their values and goals. It is particularly effective for individuals with anxiety, depression, and chronic pain.

DBT is a structured therapy that includes individual and group psychotherapy. Individual skills training is also offered as an alternative to group skills. DBT helps people regulate their emotions and improve their relationships with others. It is particularly effective for people with borderline personality disorder, as well as those struggling with self-harm or suicidal thoughts.

Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)

CPT is a specialized form of cognitive-behavioral therapy primarily designed to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). CPT helps to change negative thought patterns and beliefs related to the traumatic event. Treatment includes cognitive and emotional processing of the traumatic experience while learning more adaptive ways of living.

Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)

Exposure and Response Prevention is one of the most effective treatments for OCD. It helps clients to confront their anxious thoughts and fearful situations while learning new ways of coping. Over time, urges to engage in compulsive behaviors decrease and quality of life improves significantly.

Metacognitive Therapy (MCT)

MCT is a relatively new form of therapy that focuses on changing how we think about our thinking. The aim of MCT is to help improve control over our thought processes in order to decrease rumination. It was developed by Adrian Wells and his colleagues as an alternative approach to treating various psychological disorders.

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792 Union Street, Second Floor Brooklyn, New York 11215


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