There are many good reasons to talk to a psychotherapist. You might be feeling depressed, stressed, or anxious. Or you might need help with your relationships or parenting.
All of us encounter periods of transition, challenge, or crisis. As your psychotherapist, I will work with you in a compassionate, respectful, and confidential manner. Additionally, I listen carefully and give you feedback to help you resolve problems and achieve your goals.
Growth and change are possible. Through our work together you can relieve pain, reduce stress, develop more satisfying relationships, resolve conflicts, improve parenting, and live in the moment with a positive outlook.
Psychotherapy Can Help in the Following Ways:
Approach and Philosophy
I describe my approach to psychotherapy as holistic, which means looking at the whole person while together we develop a plan that is individual to you. I have more than 25 years of experience that I offer to help you grow and change.
Through our work together you can relieve pain, reduce stress, develop more satisfying relationships, resolve conflicts, improve parenting, and live in the moment with a positive outlook.
I counsel individuals with an approach that is open, warm, and respectful. I listen carefully and give you feedback. My psychotherapy services are compassionate, confidential, and holistic.
My skills in a wide range of treatment strategies allow me to employ the most effective approach to address your situation. In addition to completing two advanced degrees, I have participated in hundreds of hours of ongoing psychotherapy training. I utilize a combination of therapeutic methods according to your needs.
Education and Background in Counseling
I have been counseling individuals for more than 20 years with an approach that is open, warm, and respectful. I listen carefully and give you feedback. Thus, my services are compassionate, confidential, and holistic.
I hold advanced degrees in Social Work from Southern Connecticut State University and in Rehabilitation Counseling from Hofstra University. My undergraduate degree from Hunter College is in Psychology.
Additionally, I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, and I have worked in psychiatric hospitals, day treatment programs, drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers, clinics, and private practice.