Workplace and Career Success…and Wholeness

improve self-confidence and emotional intelligenceWondering why you’re missing that promotion? Curious what you could accomplish if you could control your anger? Feeling frustrated with a colleague? Planning a transition to parenthood or a retirement career? Just moved to the city or to the U.S.?

Time for a solution-focused approach to your working life that will help you improve your selfconfidence, manage your emotions, and develop relationships that will build your career and your organization.

Why settle for a canned coaching program when you can work with an experienced, licensed psychotherapist who prioritizes understanding your unique talents and situation? I’ve helped professionals — from recent grads to C-level people — in finance, law, consulting, technology, publishing, medicine, education, nonprofits, and a wide range of start-ups develop greater emotional intelligence, effectiveness, and balance.

If deeper personal issues are holding you back, I have the knowledge and experience to help you get out of your own way so that you can use your energy and talent to move forward. Manage transitions effectively

My advice on dealing with a difficult co-worker appeared in The New York Times. I’ve written on work-life integration for The Good Men Project and Working Mother. I offer daily advice and resources on twitter @NYCworklife. And early in my own career I authored the first book on navigating the career transition to pregnancy and motherhood.

Whether you’ve decided to take the initiative yourself or your boss or HR professional has recommended you seek help, know that this is an opportunity to grow and unlock your potential.

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.