I help talented, busy New Yorkers create and sustain loving and resilient relationships.
Ready to create the life you want?
For over 20 years as a marriage counselor and individual therapist, I’ve helped New Yorkers from across the country and around the world transform their lives and relationships.
Each person or couple is unique.
I coach men and women who yearn to be as successful in their personal lives as they are in their careers. They tell me that in the midst of the busy week our sessions offer an opportunity to shift gears, get in touch with their best self, and discover more peaceful, tender, and enjoyable ways to connect.
New Yorkers value excellence, and in our work I share with you the best research on what helps marriages, relationships and individuals thrive. Active therapists, the research tells us, get the best results. Through engaging conversation, you’ll get the knowledge, tools, and support you need to tackle the challenges in your relationship and get a fresh start.
Rediscover the joy.
Rediscover closeness and connection. Enjoy each other. Each person or couple seeking therapy is unique. You need a therapist who gets you. That’s why I don’t offer cookie-cutter solutions. People tell me I’m easy to talk to. Our work together is founded on mutual respect, collaboration, and heart…a blend of the science and art of personal growth.
I love this work. For over 20 years as a psychotherapist and marriage counselor, I’ve been helping New Yorkers create stronger, more loving relationships. Many people in my practice are intellectually gifted, creative, or highly sensitive (HSPs). Married to an international New Yorker myself, I help people of many cultures from across the country and around the globe.
The Japanese art of kintsugi offers a lovely metaphor for human growth and relationship repair. Broken pottery is repaired with gold-dusted lacquer, creating gold seams in place of the original cracks. The resulting piece is more beautiful than the … Read more...
Just heard these words from your partner? Feeling this way yourself? Either way, it’s a pivotal moment.
Whether you’re scared, or sad, or resigned, know that even though it feels like doom for your relationship, this sentence offers you the opportunity … Read more...
This week I did a segment on the National Public Radio program To the Point, "One Year Later: Is Political Polarization Affecting Your Family?" on KCRW in Los Angeles. It's not easy for any of us to believe that conflict can be a positive, especially … Read more...