Dr. Grimes currently works with three wonderful therapists. Learn more about them below and click here to contact one of them.
E Gueron (they/them)
E received their license in social work from the Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College. E has experience working with adults, elderly folks, teenagers, and children and has experience with clients dealing with depression, anxiety, complex trauma, relationship struggles, and family issues. In addition, they have a background in speech-language pathology. E is passionate about helping people reach their goals and fullest potential. To do this, they draw from psychoanalytic and cognitive-behavioral therapies. They are currently enrolled in psychoanalytic training at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy. E is also queer-friendly and informed! To learn more about E's work, please reach out to them here.
Menemsha Milnor (she/her)
Menemsha also received her degree in social work from Silberman School of Social Work! She is a licensed social worker and psychotherapist with a master's degree in political theory. Prior to becoming a therapist, she worked as a preschool teacher in Brooklyn, New York. She recently enrolled at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, where she is receiving training in psychoanalysis. Her current clinical interests include trauma and the nervous system, domestic violence, gender and sexuality, nontraditional partnerships, neurodivergence, communication, and self-esteem. To learn more about Menemsha's work, please reach out to her here.
Michael Libonati (he/him)
Michael is a graduate of the Silberman School of Social Work and works with clients on a range of issues including shame, depression, anxiety, relationship struggles, addiction, low-self esteem, and creative blocks. Michael has extensive experience working with people in the LGBTIA+ population as well as NY-based artists, performers, and creatives. He also trained within The Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy’s gender and sexuality division (PCGS). His therapy is rooted in the idea that long-term change begins with the chance to be experienced fully. He invites clients to allow all parts of themselves, even those seemingly unacceptable or unloveable, to participate in the process of healing and self-understanding. To learn more about Michael's work, please reach out to him here.