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Emily Kuriloff works in New York, NY and specializes in Psychology.


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5.0 Explains conditions and treatments
5.0 Takes time to answer my questions
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200 W 57th St Ste 603, New York, NY, 10019
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200 W 57th St Ste 603
New York, NY, 10019
Showing 1-10 of 10 reviews
"Excellent Clinician. Lovely human. "
  • September 21, 2022
"Whoah. When you see so many good reviews, and then one that is much too long, excessively nasty and disrespectful, what should you think? Who would go out of their way to be so vicious? If you are not happy with your shrink, find another. Stop spreading hate and hurt. Dr. K. is a very responsible, professional and talented person.She saved my marriage. I also know that she is internationally known as a writer and teacher, and does not merit such disrespect. But really, who does? "
  • September 14, 2022
"I am writing this review to describe my experience with Dr.Kuriloff. I am a doctor myself and I saw her for analysis (3 times a week). I'll start with mentioning that I wrote a negative review and a follow up review. How did she respond? Asking patients and mentee to write positive reviews on her behalf. This is very consistent with my experience with her. I am not perfect. There were few times that I allowed myself to criticize her. For example, pay careful attention to how much she speaks and what she says. There were times where I felt I needed to be considerate of HER NEED to talk. Notice her tendency to speak about politics or other stories that might be (at best) remotely linked to the material. It was my experience that she became defensive to the point where I was made to feel uncomfortable and apologize to her. Even more so, as she has the need to be hold in high esteem, any disagreement felt to her as criticism. Also, take everything she says with a grain of salt. I ...
discovered what she thought of me only when I asked for her notes. She concluded that 'I have a problem with women'. Based on what? as she struggled with feeling inferior and insecure, she felt that I devalued women. She even got into an argument with me over the differences between M.D. and a PsyD. Even more importantly, she did not document what I shared with her, even critically important details such as the presence of history of depression in my 20s was not documented in her notes. And I shared it multiple times. At one point, I asked for a recommendation of a psychiatrist. You would expect that she would document that in her notes and follow up with you to check how it went. Well, none of that happened. She never documented it or followed up with me. As frequently is the case, I left the session and put it in the back burner. All I needed was to hold me accountable. But that takes to actually remember that she gave me a reference. When I read the notes, I truly felt pissed off. A therapist can form his/her impressions of the patient. But it's absolutely wrong to that what you think is opposite than what you say to the patient. That's not the way therapy works. You might not say everything, but it could be that you would find that she found you as 'a person that haas a problem with women' only from her notes. And why? it helps her use t to explain away any critiscm of mine, or simply not pampering her with compliments (oh, he has a problem with women, she must have told herself , and that was the end of it). Being in analysis with her was one of the costliest mistakes I have ever met. "
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  • August 16, 2022
"Dr. Kuriloff started as my clinical Supervisor. She still is, but she has also given me insight into my own difficulties--especially because I am an anxious person, and can shut down.( I am a trauma survivor.) She sees this in my work with my patients, which is hard, but good . Any money I pay her comes back to me double because of how I have grown! "
  • May 16, 2022
"Dr. Kuriloff is so smart, intuitive and engaging. She has helped me understand myself in ways i would have never expected. She's caring and concerned and she is someone I can laugh with, which makes working with her feel like a real relationship not just a removed clinical situation. "
  • April 29, 2022
"I have consulted with Dr. Kuriloff in regard to several crisis, personal and professional. I always found her a careful, wise listener and a judicious, concise provider of insight, hope, and direction. "
  • April 20, 2022
"Amazing. What a gifted professional and decent person."
  • November 30, 2021
"Gifted thinker, compassionate, authentic, very well trained."
  • November 30, 2021
"This Doctor is gifted. Her insights, empathy, and intelligence are amazing. She speaks when necessary, and this is in part because she is an interpersonal psychoanalyst, who thinks that relationships are everything. The action happens between myself and Dr. Kuriloff, and as a result I learn, in the moment, SO MUCH about my history in my family, especially unhelpful patterns that prevent intimacy and respect. She focuses on the ways WE repeat these patterns, and then I see the connection to my past. I do NOT want a passive or aloof therapist! Who does? I love that she talks to me, but every word is careful and insightful, and related to my issues."
  • November 8, 2021
"Dr. Kuriloff is a GREAT listener, and only gives responses when she has listened carefully and asked good questions! She is smart and kind and intuitive. She is well known as a writer and teacher too! Amazingly sharp and yet kind."
  • November 8, 2021


200 W 57th St Ste 603
New York, NY, 10019



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