Scott Graybow, PhD


Scott Graybow, PhD, LCSW, completed the psychoanalytic psychotherapy program at the Contemporary Freudian Society. He is a member of the International Erich Fromm Society, the International Psychoanalytical Studies Organization and on the advisory board of the American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work. He is editor of Progressive Psychoanalysis as a Social Justice Movement (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017) and the author of articles about the political economy of mental health. His office is located on Park Avenue between 38th and 39th. He is available in person or by video. He works with young adults (18+), adults, seniors, and couples. Clients he works with are typically seeking ongoing therapy for help with depression, anxiety, self-esteem, procrastination, career issues, relationship issues, sexual issues, fears/phobias, anger, and LGBTQ issues. He is also qualified to provide supervision to clinicians seeking help deepening their work with their clients. To schedule a consultation, call 917-715-5489 or email

Analytic Training

Certificate (2019) in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, Contemporary Freudian Society
Candidate (presently) in the Psychoanalytic Program, Contemporary Freudian Society

Practice Details

Areas of Specialization / Expertise

Adult individual, Anxiety and anxiety disorders, Conflicts with creativity, Couples therapy, Depression and mood disorders, Divorce counseling, Grief and mourning, LGBT issues, Relationships, Sexual problems, Stress and coping, Trauma, Work inhibitions

Treatment Catchment Area

Bronx County (NY), Kings County (NY) (Brooklyn), Nassau County (NY), New York County (NY) (Manhattan), Queens County (NY), Richmond County (NY) (Staten Island), Westchester County (NY)

Insurance Accepted

Aetna, Oxford, United Health Care
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