Dr. Nicole Rosenfield is a post doctorate psychologist at the Williamsburg Therapy Group who provides in-person and video psychotherapy to individuals and couples ages 16 and up. She specializes in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, relationship issues, psychosis, body image concerns, caregiver burden, and stressors related to gender and sexuality. She especially enjoys working with those who identify as LGBTQ+. Dr. Rosenfield leads the LGBTQ+ Process Group and the COVID-19 Group.
Dr. Rosenfield believes that healing begins with the development of warm and empathic relationships. While she strongly believes that it is important to create a supportive and holding environment for the therapeutic process to begin, she is also direct with her patients, and finds value in incorporating humor into her work. Working from a psychodynamic framework, which values insight, attachment, and relationships, Dr. Rosenfield integrates cognitive-behavioral techniques and mindfulness practice to help patients build skills and connect with their innermost selves.
Dr. Rosenfield received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Smith College and her master's and doctoral degrees in Clinical Psychology from Long Island University Post. She completed her pre-doctoral internship at NYU – Bellevue Hospital Center, where she trained extensively in trauma, substance use, and serious mental illness. Dr. Rosenfield’s previous clinical training experience includes working at college counseling centers, community mental health clinics, and in foster care.