Kelly Murphy Mason, Psy.D, M.Div, LCSW - Counseling, Consultation & Psychotherapy
Making the Connection 
Please feel welcome to call me anytime at 347-497-3741. A free phone consultation can be arranged at the initiation of treatment. I can also meet prospective clients in person either at my Manhattan or my Riverdale offices, whichever is more convenient for them. Under special circumstances, I can also arrange to have sessions with my clients via Skype video-conferencing.
Those who prefer to can contact me by e-mail at or through messaging delivered to me via Skype at kelly.mason347.
Further information about me can be found in The Therapy Directory maintained by Psychology Today. Information can be forwarded to others from this link: My private practice is fee for service; while I am not now affiliated with any health insurance panels, my services are frequently reimbursable through out-of-network benefits.
A Qualified Clinical Social Worker in the National Association of Social Workers, I am featured on the HelpPro site at, which maintains an up-to-date catalogue of mental health links and resources. I am available through the national Give an Hour network as well, since I volunteer my time to work with war veterans and their families. A full member of EMDR International,, I am recognized as a competent provider of trauma treatment in metro New York.
Having been trained to counsel couples using EFT, I am a lifetime member of the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy and appear in its professional directory available online at Resources for couples interested in premarital counseling and marriage enrichment are offered by Life Innovations at, where I am listed as a PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator. I have additional training in the Gottman Method.
As a clinical pastoral psychotherapist, I am both an affiliate of the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, committed to professionally integrating psychotherapy and spirituality, and a long-time member of the Association for Spirituality & Psychotherapy:
Using YouTube, you can access some video clips highlighting a bit of the work I do in my educational workshops for general audiences. Below are excerpts from a presentation given for the Psychotherapy & Spirituality Institute at the NY Open Center in May 2013:
See 'Spiritual Self-Care', Parts 1 & 2 at

More detailed information about my professional affiliations and interests can be found on my public profile posted online at, which contains links to my blog, public calendar, and Twitter feed. Many people today consider psychological and spiritual well-being integrally, intuitively related, just as I do. Perhaps you do, too.