Dr. Chloe’s Associates are chosen with great care, and work under her direction. This allows the practice to accommodate a wider variety of schedules and budgets. Appointments with Dr. Chloe’s Associates are available Monday to Sunday, with hours ranging from 7am-9pm.
Wondering which Associate to see? Read the bios below, or just request your free 15-minute call so Dr. Chloe can recommend the right fit for you.
Amanda Pelcher, LMFT – Amanda is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who works as an associate therapist and Head of Training and Development at the group practice of Dr. Chloe Carmichael on Park Avenue by Grand Central Station. Amanda holds a Masters of Science from the University of Rochester. A collaborative and strengths-based therapist, Amanda focuses on helping clients explore and clarify their personal goals, recognize their strengths, regain a sense of control, and develop the tools they need to move forward in their lives. Her work is imbued with energy, humor, and understanding. Amanda is a strong proponent of the value of CBT techniques in helping clients reach their goals and improve their quality of life.
As Head of Training and Development, Amanda provides ongoing case consultation and/or supervision, and has led workshops focusing on teaching and discussing anxiety management skills from Dr. Chloe’s anxiety tools webinar. Amanda works with clients on a variety of issues, including anxiety, changing negative thinking patterns, improving self-esteem, navigating career changes, communication issues, conflict resolution, and anger management. Amanda is available Mondays and Tuesdays early morning through mid-afternoon; Wednesdays and Thursdays mid-afternoon through evening; and Fridays 12pm-6pm.
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Allison Baxter, LCSW – Allison is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Masters of Science in Social Work from Columbia University. Allison approaches therapy from a strengths-based perspective, helping clients to clearly define goals, understand the barriers that have prevented them from achieving these goals, and harness their own strengths to move forward in their lives. Allison is available Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
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Grayson Stadler, LCSW – Grayson is a licensed clinical social worker that works as an associate therapist at the group practice of Dr. Chloe Carmichael. Grayson holds a Master of Science degree in social work from Columbia University. Grayson is a warm and engaging therapist who creates a safe environment for her clients to explore and effectively manage difficult feelings. Grayson works in partnership with her clients to identify their strengths and create individualized and attainable treatment goals. Grayson is skilled at helping clients to better understand themselves in the context of their relationships and enjoys assisting her clients in feeling more deeply connected to themselves and others. Grayson empowers clients to better manage symptoms of anxiety and depression through the use of cognitive behavioral therapy. Grayson is available Sundays 10am-6pm; Monday and Tuesdays early afternoon through evening; and Thursday from early morning to mid afternoon.
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Dr. Chloe’s Therapy Check-in Program
If you see one of Dr. Chloe’s associate therapists above, you will have the option of check-in calls with Dr. Chloe. The purpose of this call is to check-in with Dr. Chloe to review how your sessions have been going, mark progress, make sure you are on track, and to receive her expertise and guidance in refining goals or adding a fresh perspective if it may be helpful. Based on the call, Dr. Chloe can offer suggestions or ideas to you and to the associate therapist to help keep therapy fresh and engaging. Therapy can be a challenging yet rewarding journey and one that you do not have to do alone. We find it helps to not only get set up with the right therapist from the beginning, but receive extra support along the way. The check-in program is totally optional. You can see an associate therapist and choose whether or not you want check-in calls as you go along.