Dr. Dylan Horcher is a post-doctoral psychologist at the Williamsburg Therapy Group who provides both short and long-term psychotherapy for adolescents and adults across the lifespan. He has extensive experience providing individual psychotherapy to clients with a wide range of concerns, including depression, anxiety, trauma, difficulty navigating interpersonal relationships, self-image, as well as clients navigating major life transitions, such as grief and loss.
Dr. Horcher primarily works from an integrative perspective which is client-centered and draws from psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral therapies. Dr. Horcher also incorporates mindfulness and other skills-based approaches to best meet his clients’ needs. His training with clients across the lifespan allows for a multidimensional understanding of human development and the multifaceted aspects which contributes to each client's unique lived experience.
Dr. Horcher is particularly interested in working with clients from a humanistic perspective, which emphasizes genuineness, acceptance and empathy as the necessities for personal growth and discovery. Dr. Horcher works with his clients to help them gain greater insight, feel fulfillment and satisfaction in their lives, and to achieve their goals. He seeks to bring warmth, empathy and curiosity to therapeutic relationships and work collaboratively with clients in an open and non-judgmental style, which provides clients with a safe and supportive therapeutic environment.
Dr. Horcher received his doctoral degree in School-Clinical Psychology from Pace University. where he trained in a combination of school-based, community mental health, college counseling and clinical sites. Dr. Horcher completed his pre-doctoral internship at North Central Bronx Hospital working with clients from varied backgrounds in both inpatient and outpatient therapy settings. Dr. Horcher also has extensive experience providing psychological testing to child, adolescent and adult clients.
Outside of therapy, Dr. Horcher has also served as an adjunct instructor teaching undergraduate Introductory Psychology.