23 May 2012

Dear Readers,

I am pleased to announce the opening of my private practice, Somatic Revelations. I offer a full complement of Out-Patient Psychotherapy and Dance/Movement Therapy services specializing in the following areas: play and movement-based therapy with children and families, individual psychotherapy (verbal and Creative Arts Therapy) with teens, adults and retirees, and couples therapy. Additional services available include program and organizational consultation and clinical consultation/supervision.

I treat the following disorders and needs:
  • Depression*
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar Disorder*
  • Thought Disorders*
  • Grief
  • Stress
  • Adjustment Disorders (difficulty adjusting to significant life changes)
  • Special needs of Gay, Lesbian, Bi-sexual, Transgender and Queer identified individuals
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders*
  • Pervasive Developmental Disorders
  • Social, Emotional, Behavioral Disturbances
  • Children with history of abuse/neglect & attachment disturbance

Our office is conveniently located between Times Square and Penn Station and is accessible via the 1,2,3, A, C, E, N, Q, R & 7 lines. The building is handicap accessible.

The preliminary 30-minute introduction session is free of charge.

Day and evening hours are available by appointment Monday thru Saturday.

Please contact me if you have any questions or would like additional information.


Ty Tedmon-Jones, MA, LCAT, LMHC, BC-DMT

330 W. 38th Street
Suite 1201
New York, NY 10018


* The state of NY and best practice require the treatment of serious mental illnesses be directed by a physician. Somatic
Revelations is happy to work in conjunction with a patient’s doctor/psychiatrist to prepare a recovery plan that is appropriate to his or her needs.

19 July 2010

Dirty Dancing Moves to Feminist Beat | RHRealityCheck.org

Hello readers! It has been a long time! I am going to turn over a new leaf and get back to blogging!
A few close friends and I were in Greenwich Village eating popsicles when the topic of Dirty Dancing came up and I've just ran across a great post about the cultural implications of the movie that made such an impression; check it out!

Dirty Dancing Moves to Feminist Beat RHRealityCheck.org


19 October 2009

ADTA Launches New Website

Dear Readers:

Breaking NEWS! The American Dance Therapy Association has just launched their new, improved website, which carries with it information regarding the new Board Certification Credentials!

Don't miss it go here now: http://adta.org/ to learn more about dance therapy, to join a forum discussion or to become a member of the ADTA!

See you online!


01 July 2009

Hello readers! Hope you're all doing well and planning something safe and fun for the Fourth of July!

Here is a quick thought of the day: do you want to build connections and increase your influence at work? Try making someone else look good for change! It will come back to you full circle! I try to regularly do this - and it REALLY helps create strong bonds with the people I work with and builds our team at the same time. Try these ideas: go out of your way and give (a sincere) compliment to a colleague in front of their boss, nominate a deserving colleague for an employee award, or just give leave a special treat for a struggling co-worker at their work station! These small gestures can pay off big, not only for your career but also for the work community AND BEYOND!

Finally, I thought I would share with you a profile (all about me) created by my alma matter, Antioch University New England - for their website. Check it out to learn a little more about who I am and what I do!