I love this work. In over 20 years as a psychotherapist and marriage counselor, I’ve helped hundreds of New Yorkers heal from hurt and loss, gain confidence, and enjoy their relationships.
You may have seen me interviewed in The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, the Chicago Tribune, CNN International, Women’s Health or other media outlets where the subject is marriage and family life. I’m a member of Marriage Friendly Therapists, an advanced practitioner network featured in USA Today, National Public Radio, and the Harvard Mental Health Letter, and am a New York State licensed psychoanalyst.
My articles on family life and emotional and spiritual growth have appeared in many national magazines over the past twenty-five years, including Parents, Working Mother, The New York Times Magazine,and Family Circle, and I have written 6 books on family life. I blog at The Good Men Project and the Episcopal Cafe, and I was a contributing author to From the Ashes: A Spiritual Response to the Attack on America, a collection of essays written after September 11 and edited by Neale Donald Walsch and Desmond Tutu. I have also written on sandplay and women’s spirituality for the journal Women & Therapy. For more about my books or to read excerpts, click here.
At Brown University I received my A.B. with honors, was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and earned my M.A. After studying at the Maryknoll School of Theology, I completed psychoanalytic training at the Westchester Institute. As a member of the interfaith American Association of Pastoral Counselors, I serve as secretary for the Eastern Region. For many years I co-moderated the global pastoral-counseling list on the Internet.
When I’m not in my office, I am a regular theatergoer and love to travel. Here’s an interview PsychCentral, the largest mental health site on the net, did with me recently for their “Clinicians on the Couch” series.
Whether you are a couple or an individual, I work actively in our sessions to help you clarify and reach your goals. We approach your situation as a team. I share recent research, exercises to help you extend our time together at home, and skills to help you discover and build on your strengths and creativity.
Want to know if I can help you? Let’s talk.
Sometimes the hardest thing about therapy is making that first contact by phone or email, but when you do, you are taking the first step toward creating the life that you want. Please fill out this contact form or call 646-801-8550 and I will respond within 24 hours.
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Since 1990 I have helped hundreds of people in the New York area heal from pain, feel more confident and enjoy more fulfilling relationships. For a free telephone or email consultation, email or call me today.
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