Peggy Loo, PhD

Sex/Gender: Female
Pronouns: She / Her
Ethnicity: Taiwanese

Dr. Peggy Loo specializes in therapy for anxiety, perfectionism, trauma, relationship concerns, and multicultural identity. She often works with high achieving adults who have been discouraged from prioritizing their mental health. Dr. Loo is a New York State licensed psychologist and the founding director of Manhattan Therapy Collective. She graduated from Columbia University with a PhD in Counseling Psychology, where she trained in a social justice-oriented and multicultural approach to therapy. She has completed additional training from the Beck Institute, the Trauma Research Foundation, and the Seleni Institute. She is a certified perinatal mental health professional through Postpartum Support International. Dr. Loo has experience working at hospitals, college counseling centers, non-profit organizations, and other group practices prior to launching the Manhattan Therapy Collective, where she is passionate about therapy for adults looking for culturally responsive therapy and growing a team of diverse therapists. She enjoys being a clinical supervisor for psychology graduate students at Columbia and for postdoctoral fellows. Dr. Loo is a member of the NYC Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Association and the Women’s Mental Health Consortium. Dr. Loo is lucky to bring her dog, Hamilton, to work!

License Number: 023109
License State: New York
Practice Information
Types of Insurance Accepted: Private Pay, Out of Network
New York, New York, United States
Therapy Offered
In Person Therapy, Telehealth/Teletherapy
Types of Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma-Focused, Feminist, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Compassion Focused, Psychodynamic
Anxiety, Anger Management, Women's Issues, Trauma and PTSD, Racial Identity, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Burnout, Codependency, Emotion Regulation, Family Conflict, Grief, Life Transitions, Marital Concerns, Personal Growth, Pregnancy, Prenatal, Postpartum, Traumatic Grief, Stress, Spirituality, Relational Concerns
Last modified: February 12, 2024

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