Resources for Potential Clients
If you are looking for a Developmental Transformations Therapist, here are some therapists you can connect with in the New York City Area:
Adam Reynolds, PhD, LCSW, RDT/BCT, CASAC
Adam Reynolds (he/him) is the Training Director at the Institute for DvT NYC as well as the DvT Institute in Taipei, Taiwan. He teaches research methods, spirituality, and arts integration at the Hunter School of Social Work, and provides drama therapy and clinical supervision in Private Practice in Manhattan. He received his PhD from CUNY’s program in social welfare.
Navah Steiner, LCAT, RDT/BCT
Navah (they/them) is a former Training Director of DvT-NYC and currently a co-director of the Institute for Developmental Transformations. They are a drama therapist and psychotherapist at the School of Visual Arts counseling services, adjunct faculty at the New School and in private practice. Previously, Navah has worked with homeless youth and adults in various settings.
Tami Gatta, LCAT, RDT
Tami Gatta (she/her) is the Associate Training Director at DvT-NYC. She is a registered drama therapist and a licensed creative arts therapist. Tami became the first American to complete an externship in Europe at Ron Coleman and Karen Taylor's "Working to Recovery" houses for those experiencing voices, visions and unique beliefs (sometimes referred to as "hallucinations" and "delusions") . Since that time, Tami has presented workshops and provided consultation addressing self-advocacy and empowerment for those diagnosed with psychosis.Tami leads a series of Hearing Voices Network groups in Manhattan and the Bronx.
Kate Hurd, LCAT, RDT/BCT
Voicemail: 212 887 0902
Kate Hurd (she/her) is cofounder of Off Center: A Creative Space for the Arts in Psychotherapy, where she has a private practice. She is a Co-Director of the Institute for Developmental Transformations, former Training Director of the Institute for Developmental Transformations in both San Francisco and New York City, and has taught DvT in NYC, San Francisco, China, The Netherlands, England and Belgium. She is a former President of the North American Drama Therapy Association. She believes in the power of creative expression as a means to reflect, gain insight, and promote resiliency and the use of improvisation and discrepancy as avenues of discovery through co- creation between client and therapist.
Roxy Schoenfeld, LCAT, RDT
Roxy Schoenfeld, MA, LCAT, RDT, (they/them) completed DvT training at DvT NYC, and their MA in Drama Therapy at NYU. They have worked in outpatient mental health programs as well as in private practice. They love DvT for the ways it queers traditional models of therapy and creates new opportunities for growth, play, and non-pathologized healing.