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 been helping busy people in the New York area recover from pain and stress, gain confidence, and enjoy more trusting, fulfilling relationships.

To take the first step toward the life and relationship you want, reach out to me today. You can expect a prompt reply from me, usually within 3 hours.

Use the contact form to book an individual or couples/ marriage counseling session, or to ask questions and learn how I can help.

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