Can therapy help you?

Family and friends can help, but sometimes it makes sense to talk to an experienced, supportive professional.

Maybe you’re going through a tough time. Work or family responsibilities feel like too much. You’re struggling with a relationship. Or you wish you felt more confident. If you are…

  • overwhelmed or frustrated. Suffering from the blues, tearful, or sleeping a lot…stressed out…unhappy or alone…feeling empty…coping with family illness or with the loss of a loved one…worried or panicky…dealing with the legacy of emotional, physical or sexual abuse…having trouble with anger…in recovery from addiction…
  • having relationship problems. Lonely…stuck in empty relationships…attracted to people other than your partner…recovering from your partner’s infidelity…dreading holidays and other family gatherings…in search of non-judgmental help and support for your sexual orientation…stressed out by the demands of childrearing…
  • going through a transition. Struggling with quarter-life crisis, a relationship, the transition to parenthood or the empty nest…going through a separation or divorce…yearning for more from life than professional success… an artist, writer, or performer seeking to move past a block, or make a transition…coping with a move to the city or the suburbs…a member of the helping professions seeking support…

then talking with a trained, supportive therapist can help you along the road ahead.

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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To leave me a confidential voicemail in NYC, call 646-801-8550. In Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, and Dutchess, call 914-941-6478