Toby Dresdner, M.S. Psychology Extern
Toby specializes in working with adults and young adults struggling with borderline personality disorder, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and ADHD, often with comorbid health conditions. Her treatment is integrative, pulling from CBT, DBT, and psychodynamic modalities. She received training in working with personality disorders from the Parnes Clinic, a community mental health outpatient center, and training in psychodynamic approaches and CBT from the JTS college counseling center, a close affiliate of Columbia University. She is also receiving training in behavioral health interventions at the Montefiore Medical Center. Toby's clients typically receive support for issues related to overwhelming emotions and interpersonal difficulties, which are often related to histories of trauma. Toby’s clinical style emphasizes sensitivity and validation, and is adaptive to the needs of the client. She is currently completing her doctoral training in clinical psychology at the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology. Her personal interests include yoga and taking care of her plants.
Isabel Terkuhle, M.S. Psychology Extern
Isabel works with adolescents and adults experiencing depression, anxiety, borderline personality disorder, PTSD, and OCD. She provides versatile evidence-based care, including CBT, DBT, SMART Recovery for addiction, and ERT (Emotion Regulation Therapy), in which she received training from Columbia University and Mount Sinai Hospital. Many of her clients struggle with interpersonal relationships, emotion regulation, impulsivity, addictions, and behaviors they want to change. As many of her clients present with symptoms stemming from adverse experiences, Isabel integrates a trauma-informed approach to her care. Isabel prioritizes making space in therapy for identity and spiritual development, navigating life transitions, imaginal and experiential practices, and helping clients understand their emotional experiences. Her clinical style is warm, attentive, flexible, and curious. Isabel is currently completing her doctoral training in clinical psychology at Columbia University. Her personal interests include yoga, arts and crafts, and any activities that involve spending time outdoors in nature.