Location: New York, New York, United States
Neila Wyman, independent psychotherapist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Health Care Professionals for dedication, achievements, and leadership in mental health.
Having cultivated over 30 years of experience, Ms. Wyman is a proven expert in the field of psychology. Since 1990, she has served her community in New York as an independent psychotherapist. Specializing in individual and group therapy, she assists her clients and patients by diagnosing mood and personality disorders and assisting them with various coping mechanisms. Some of Ms. Wyman’s notable therapeutic practices include gestalt therapy, sand tray therapy and polarity therapy.
In her other career-related endeavors, Ms. Wyman served as a faculty member of the Gestalt Associates for Psychotherapy for 16 years. In addition to her professional experience, she is also well regarded for her scholarly output, having authored “Gestalt of the Aging Process.” Ms. Wyman is also deeply committed to civic advocacy, volunteering with the Peace Corps and the Community of Block Associations in New York and managing the office for the Community Board Assistance Unit (CBAU).
Before embarking on her vocational journey, Ms. Wyman cultivated her formal education. After earning a bachelor’s degree in art history at Manhattanville College in 1964, she subsequently continued her studies at Fordham University, where she received a master’s degree in social work. In addition to her academic credentials, Ms. Wyman has also been recognized by The Polarity Institute—a part of Polarity Learning LLC—as a registered polarity practitioner (RPP).
From a young age, Ms. Wyman naturally gravitated toward a career in psychology. Over the course of her accomplished career, she has largely attributed her success to her passion for creating rich and positive relationships with others, especially her clients. To wit, she is notably proud to have helped many individuals in confronting their traumas and other painful memories. Ms. Wyman hopes to devote more of her time to writing in the near future, with the hope of writing an autobiography delving into the realms of psychotherapy.
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