Individual cognitive behavioral therapy (or CBT) can focus on a wide range of issues, including depression, anxiety, stress, fears, interpersonal difficulties, traumatic experiences, work difficulties, or any life circumstance which may not be going quite right.
We help a lot of different people, with diverse problems.
If you are a member of the LGBT-Q community, or any minority community, our practice is a safe space and you are welcome here.
If your family is having difficulty communicating, or one person’s problem is affecting everyone else, or parents are struggling with how to manage their children, family therapy is the place to go. Sessions can involve all members of the family or individual members of the family, based on what is needed at a given time.
A substantial portion of my practice is working with kids and their parents. I particularly enjoy helping children with fears learn to be brave. A big part of treatment is helping parents learn the therapy skills themselves so they can carry on our work at home.
The stress of college applications, adjusting to high school, and peer pressure can bring both anxiety and depression. My team and I work with teens directly to learn coping skills for managing all of the new requirements of growing up.
Insight is Good. Change is Better.
155 West 72nd Street
New York, NY 10023
Phone: (917) 972-5671