Treatment Costs

Winnicott Psychology is a private billing clinic offering the highest standards in psychological care, without compromise. Your psychologist has extensive training of between 6 to 8 years full time study, obtaining their qualification in Psychology at Masters, Doctoral or PhD level. Your psychologist may have then undertaken additional study in therapeutic interventions and may be trained in EMDR therapy, EFT for Couples, Narrative therapy, Sex Therapy or Hypnotherapy to enhance your treatment outcomes.  Your psychologist  engages in annual professional development and commits to a program of reflective practice in supervision throughout their entire career.

Pensive Freelancer

How do I find you?

ASBC is located at 566 East 7th Street (between Cortelyou and Ditmas) in the Kensington neighborhood of Brooklyn. You can take the Q train to Cortelyou or the F train to Ditmas Ave. Street parking is available. Don't be fooled by the large church on the corner of Cortelyou and E. 7th Street; we’re a house church midway down the block. We begin at 10:30 am. And please note: supervised children's activities are available.

What time do you gather?

Worship on Sundays with us from 10:30am until 11:30am or so. Stay for coffee, food and conversation. Running late? Come anyway! We gather in other ways, too. Check out the events section of this website for weekly events including Open Mics, Bible study, Game Night and Movie Night.

Do you provide childcare?

Supervised creative activities are provided for children unless your child wants to participate in worship and that’s just fine.

What’s your history?

Our community is the merging of three historic Brooklyn congregations, representing three progressive denominations in the United Church of Christ, the Unitarian Universalist Association, and the Disciples of Christ. We’ve been a house church since 1998. Here's how it happened: The First Universalist Church of Williamsburg (later called All Souls Universalist Church) was founded in 1845. The Flatbush Christian Church, a Disciples of Christ congregation was formed in Park Slope in 1900 and later moved to Flatbush. Bethlehem Evangelical Church was founded in 1906. The latter two merged to form Bethlehem United Church and later merged with All Souls Universalist Church in 1998 to form All Souls Bethlehem Church. In 1998, we moved into the house on East 7th Street, which is now our home.

Are you denominational?:

We are affiliated with The United Church of Christ, Unitarian Universalist Association, and The Christian Church - Disciples of Christ.

How many people do you have?

We are an intimate community of 50 people, members and nonmembers! If you are interested in membership, we have periodic membership meetings that you are welcome to attend. For more information, email

What about music?

We love music at ASBC and we love to sing! We feature traditional hymns and spirituals to blues, jazz, gospel, classical, and contemporary music with Debbie Deane, Richard Harper and special guests. Our musicians and special guests are awesome.

So...what if I hate church?

Try us out! We're doing things a little differently.

What kind of social justice work do you do?

Social justice is very important at ASBC. Recent initiatives include hurricane relief for Puerto Rico, including work with Collective Action for Puerto Rico, The New Sanctuary Coalitoin, food for the hungry in Times Square, the NY Cares Coat Drive, incarceration work including Raise the Age and Close Rikers Island, the continuing fight for affordable housing in the face of gentrification, and help for those struggling with mental illness and poverty.