Psychotherapy

The Art of Well-Being and Mental Freedom.


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It’s not always easy to ask for help, especially in a culture where we are expected to be self-sufficient and able to tackle problems on our own.  But I am here to dispel that myth. Now, more than ever, people are feeling more disconnected from each other and are faced with more economic and political uncertainty than they have in decades. And you don't need to wait until you are on the edge to ask for help. I view psychotherapy as nourishment for the mind.  We keep our bodies healthy with exercise and nutrition, and we need to do the same for our minds. Mental health therapy is one very effective way to do this.

Psychotherapy is a process that serves many purposes:  It is a safe space where you can unload whatever secrets or personal truths you are afraid to disclose elsewhere.  It is in these spaces within you that the opportunity for the most growth lies. 

Our sessions (held in New York) are confidential. You will be met with open arms and acceptance regardless of what brought you to begin counseling.  It is a place to create change, which is much less daunting once you get the hang of it. It is an opportunity to get a fresh perspective from someone who is not entangled in your daily life (as your friends, family and co-workers are). It is a place to learn the tools you need to better navigate the uncertainty of life in the 21st Century.  

It is a place to evolve and grow.  When you are unburdened by the baggage that has been dragging you down for years, you will finally be freed up to take better care of yourself, the people in your life, and the planet. Ultimately, psychotherapy is liberation from the belief systems and modes of thinking that are causing you suffering.  And once you are free from those burdens, life’s possibilities and opportunities become more evident everywhere you look.  

Good therapy truly is a game changer.     

If you have any questions about the process, what happens in a typical New York session, or anything else you might want to know, take a look at the rest of the website or send me a message.