Joseph Fifield, LMHC

Joseph is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of New York. He specializes in anxiety and stress reduction, anger management, couples and marital therapy, sex therapy, and depression. Joseph offers a warm and safe atmosphere where his clients explore and gain insight about themselves and their relationships. Joseph has had success utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Mindfulness-based Cognitive Techniques (MBCT) and Solution Focused Brief Treatment (SFBT) into his therapeutic approach.

Prior to starting private practice Joseph worked as a counselor at an employee assistance program (EAP) providing short-term, evidence based therapy to employees of over 200 companies. In a former role, Joseph served as a social worker with the Visiting Nurse Service of New York working with individuals, couples and families in Queens, NY. He began his voyage into therapy at the Psychological Services Institute in Manhattan where he was trained in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. He also served as an academic counselor for over two years at a private English academy in Japan. He has participated in multiple trainings that include: Anger Management, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), Short-term Solution Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for trauma and PTSD, sex therapy and sexual dysfunction, grief counseling, substance abuse and dual diagnosis, crisis intervention and risk assessment, cultural competency, and violence prevention. 




License: New York State, Active

Education: MSEd Mental Health Counseling, Fordham University 2010
BA Economics, Fordham University 2001



Elizabeth McInnes, LCSW

Elizabeth is a strengths-based and client-centered Licensed Clinical Social Worker with eight years post-master’s experience.  Elizabeth’s goal is to help clients understand their life journeys and empower them to make the healthy changes they are seeking.  She offers a safe, non-judgmental, and affirming therapeutic space that values the dignity and worth of every person.

Elizabeth utilizes a variety of approaches including supportive therapy, insight-oriented therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical-behavior therapy (DBT), and motivational interviewing.  Her interests and specialties include: trauma, depression, adjustment, anxiety, panic, loss and separation, poor self-esteem, confidence issues, life transitions, coming-out issues, and interpersonal relationships.

Prior to joining private practice, Elizabeth worked with immigrant survivors of torture for seven years and continues to work in this field. She has been drawn to working in the realm of human rights, trauma recovery and healing with individuals, groups, and communities. She has worked with diverse client populations including union members, homeless, LGBTQ+ individuals, and survivors of domestic violence and trafficking. Elizabeth is a certified field instructor for graduate social work students in training. She has studied and volunteered in Central America, Thailand, and the Navajo Nation.

Elizabeth received her Bachelor of Arts Degree at Fordham University and her Master of Social Work Degree at Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College.

Elizabeth Wynn, LCAT

Elizabeth is a strengths based Licensed Creative Arts Therapist with 7 years of post masters’s experience. Elizabeth believes every person has inner resources, capabilities, and potential within themselves, often untapped and unrecognized. She seeks to uncover one’s strengths collaboratively to help clients reach their full potential. She offers a safe, warm and non-judgmental environment that promotes introspection, self-awareness and growth.

Elizabeth utilizes a variety of approaches including art therapy, supportive therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), strengths-based, and Multicultural. Her specialties and interests include trauma/PTSD, relationship issues, emotional disturbance, anxiety, depression, addictions, borderline personality/personality disorders, and family conflict. She has experience working with adults, adolescents, children and families.

In conjunction with private practice, Elizabeth works as a Site Director/Program Manager at CAMBA where she manages and oversees the Social Services Program. She provides administrative and case management supervision to management staff and manages the day-to-day programmatic operation of the facility. Prior to this she served as a creative arts therapist at the Union Settlement Association, the New Directions Outpatient Chemical Dependency Treatment Program, the Jewish Child Care Association, and PATHS High School.

Elizabeth received her Bachelor of Science Degree at CW Post and her Master of Science in Art Therapy Degree at the College on New Rochelle.


License: New York State, Active

Education: Master of Social Work, Hunter College 2010


License: New York State, Active

Education: Master of Science in Art Therapy, College of New Rochelle 2011