Cognitive & Behavioral Consultants of Westchester and Manhattan is a private group practice of internationally recognized mental health professionals who specialize in Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and provide the highest quality of clinical, consultation, and coaching services. Through the use of evidence-based approaches, we provide the necessary structure and tools to assist individuals with issues ranging from life stresses and problems to the full range of mild to severe psychological disorders. We serve adults, adolescents, children, couples and families, as well as provide consultation to the community and other professionals.
As a group of dedicated clinicians and researchers, we are committed to helping clients identify goals, overcome obstacles, and resolve problems that may be impeding their lives. We aim to help each individual achieve life-enhancing and enduring change.
Sarah K. Reynolds, PhD
Dr. Sarah Reynolds has broad-based experience treating adults with a variety of concerns, including depression, anxiety, stress-management, interpersonal problems, difficulty managing anger and other painful emotions, and a general lack of fulfillment and satisfaction in life. In recent years, Dr. Reynolds has become internationally recognized in the areas of borderline personality disorder, suicidal behavior, and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) for the treatment of adults and older adolescents with chronic and multiple problems such as suicidal behavior. Dr. Reynolds developed expertise in DBT during a three-year fellowship at the University of Washington under the direct supervision of Professor Marsha Linehan, the treatment developer. Prior to joining CBC in 2007, Dr. Reynolds was on the faculty of the University of Pittsburgh Department of Psychiarty, where she directed a DBT training practicum, provided direct service, and conducted research on the emotional functioning of individuals with personality disorder. She was also recipient of a five-year BIRCWH Faculty Scholar Award in support of her research and service in the area of women's mental health and its relation to medical outcomes. Dr. Reynolds has published both theoretical and empirical articles on DBT, personality disorder, and suicidal behavior. She regularly supervises, lectures, and trains other mental health specialists, and remains active in projects helping to disseminate evidence based practices to public mental health settings. She is a member of the Association for the Advancement of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, and the American Association of Suicidology. She remains an adjunct faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh. To contact Dr. Reynolds, please click here