Have you experienced stress in your day-to-day life? Perhaps you feel worried and anxious on a regular basis. Maybe you are trying to manage a difficult job or relationship and are lost on how to accomplish it. Or it could be that you are facing a great personal struggle or decision and you aren’t quite sure how to cope.

We’re all confronted with these problems from time to time. Whether anxiety, depression, or major life changes and decisions, we’ve all been there. But that doesn’t mean you have to go it alone.

My name is Gary Meier, and I am a licensed psychotherapist in Manhattan, New York. My practice, aims to provide help for people in all walks of life.

I offer a safe, compassionate environment where you can speak about whatever is on your mind. I practice person-centered and solution-focused therapy, meaning that sessions will always be tailored to your unique needs and situation. My aim is to help you find better self-acceptance so you can walk away feeling better about yourself and your situation.

Gary M Meier, LMHC

Gary M Meier, LMHC

We all need a little support sometimes to help us on our walk through life—and I would like to provide that for you.



LGBTQA+ Affirmative Therapy

If you are struggling with your sexual identity, LGBT Therapy can help you find the acceptance you long for.


If you live in Manhattan and are struggling with some form of addiction, addiction treatment can help you get back on track.


Spirituality and Sexuality

Are you a member of the LGTBQA+ community who was raised in a religious environment? It could be that these beliefs have made it difficult for you to come out and live the life you want due to fear of condemnation.

Mindfulness therapy

If you are struggling with anxiety and stress, mindfulness therapy can help you reclaim control of your emotions.


About Gary 

I have always had a vested interest in helping others. And I love to see how people are able to overcome their struggles and find happiness and peace. It has been my lifelong goal to provide that support—it’s one of the reasons I became a therapist in the first place.

But before I ever became a Manhattan psychotherapist, I was a practicing pastoral counselor and Roman Catholic Priest. My real journey to starting my practice starts there.