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SERVICES

Adult Psychotherapy

An adult may seek therapy to address concerns including overwhelming sadness or anxiety, unstable moods, conflict in relationships, problems at work, addiction challenges, and identity issues.  Unlike many other approaches to therapy, I adhere to a therapeutic approach that assumes the goodness of the individual and respects the influence of the past as it emphasizes the experience of the "here and now."  I believe that a person encounters difficulties when he or she engages once sensible patterns of behaving that are ineffective or unhealthy in the present.  Concerns can be overcome with therapy’s focus on developing enhanced awareness, healthy self-regard and self-acceptance, improved contact with others, and access to more healthy choices.  Currently, all psychotherapy sessions are online. 

Adolescent Psychotherapy

An adolescent is typically referred to therapy by adults because he or she is experiencing problems with self-control, deficient attention and concentration skills, excessive worrying, poor self-esteem, underdeveloped social skills, or learning issues.  Unlike many other approaches to therapy, I adhere to a therapeutic approach that assumes the goodness of the individual and respects the influence of the past as it emphasizes the experience of the here and now.  The goal of psychotherapy with an adolescent is to increase awareness and acceptance of his or her own needs and to develop skills to get those needs met.  I believe in the African proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child,” and I consider myself an integral part of that village for adolescents who require therapeutic support.  Currently, all psychotherapy sessions are online. 

Call or text now for more information and to schedule your first session!

646-455-3377

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