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Bryan Leach, LMSW

There is something you want to change.


You may have specific thoughts on what that is, or perhaps it’s a general sense of dissatisfaction that you don’t quite understand. It could be you’ve found ways to keep these feelings temporarily at bay so you can get through your day, or they may be coming to the forefront as historical coping mechanisms cease to serve you as well as they once did.


Regardless of where you are on your journey, you’ve reached a point where you feel that therapy may assist you in finding a better path forward. I am here to offer that support.

My Approach

My Approach

I approach therapy from a psychodynamic perspective, focusing on the impact of internal processes, relationships with others, and sense of self on the way we process and engage with the world around us. Therapy provides a venue in which to gain insight into our ways of operating and better understand how they contribute to or detract from our sense of wellbeing, and the therapeutic relationship serves as a staging ground to explore new ways of relating to ourselves and others. 

I believe empathy and respect are the foundation of successful therapeutic work, and I seek to create a safe, supportive environment in which to assist clients in working toward achieving their treatment goals. I have worked with individuals across a range of ages, ethnicities, cultures, religions, gender identities, sexual orientations, and physical abilities. I believe that each individual is unique, and as such, my approach to treatment is specific to the needs of each client.



I am a Licensed Master of Social Work (LMSW) in the State of New York with years of experience working with clients across a range of populations facing a variety of presenting problems.

I earned my Master of Social Work degree from Fordham University, and I subsequently earned a Certificate in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy from the post-graduate training program at the Metropolitan Institute for Training in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy (MITPP).


During my time at Fordham, I gained clinical experience through field placements at The Brooklyn Hospital Center and Samaritan Daytop Village, a residential substance use treatment facility catering to veterans. My clinical training while at MITPP consisted of long-term therapy with adult clients at the Metropolitan Center for Mental Health (MCMH).

In addition to my clinical experience, my practice is informed by years of professional experience in both corporate (digital marketing, investment banking) and creative (theatre) environments.

I am located in NYC and currently work under the private practice and supervision of Derek Blevins, M.D..



150 W 28th St.

Suite 1901

New York, NY 10001

Tel: (646) 543-0203

If you would like to schedule a consultation, please click on the "Schedule Free Consultation" button in the menu bar.


For all other questions, please use the contact form below.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are you taking on new clients?

My practice is currently full, but I anticipate taking on new clients in September 2024.

Are you seeing clients in person and / or remotely?

I see clients both in-person and via video conference. 

Do you provide couples therapy?

Yes, I work with both individuals and couples.

How do I schedule a free consultation?

Please click on the "Schedule Free Consultation" button in the menu bar and select a time slot that works for you. Please feel free to reach out via the contact form above for all other questions.

Do you accept insurance?

I do not participate in-network for any health insurance plans, but your out-of-network benefits may provide some reimbursement for my services.

What is your fee?

Fees will be discussed and established during the initial consultation.

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