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I Abrams

  • New York
  • Provides confidential online counseling through BetterHelp

About I Abrams's service

I Abrams is a licensed clinical social worker in New York with over 10 years of experience in a home hospice program. She obtained her master of social work degree from Columbia University in New York. Specializing in working with patients and families facing various concerns, such as anxiety, depression, grief, and relationship issues, she is passionate about truly understanding her clients and listening to their stories with empathy and compassion. She creates a safe and non-judgmental environment, where she respects and validates her clients’ feelings and experiences. Her counseling style is warm, interactive, holistic, and supportive, allowing clients to control the pace and focus of their sessions. She combines person-centered, cognitive-behavioral therapies, and motivational interviewing techniques in her approach, tailoring each dialogue and treatment plan to meet the unique and specific needs of her clients. She acknowledges the courage it takes to seek help and acknowledges and honors their decision to find joy. With a dedication to helping clients when they are ready, she is committed to supporting them on their journey towards happiness and well-being.

Areas of Focus and Specialization

Additional areas

Therapeutic approaches

Languages Spoken

  • English

I Abrams is serving from:

New York

Welcoming International Clients?


Years in practice

20 years

NPI number


License Details

NY LCSW R073549-1

License: LCSW

New York

License number: R073549-1

Expires at 2023-12-31



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