"Every life is a piece of art,
put together with all means available."
Active, Empathic, Transparent
Often, we seek therapy when we feel overwhelmed—by anxiety, depression, a life transition or a difficult relationship. I create an empathic, non-judgmental space where you can regain your balance, gain insight, and, ultimately, become more confident and secure.
Together, we’ll identify the patterns that are holding you back, as well as your unique strengths. I tailor my approach to best address your needs and abilities. Sometimes, that means I provide straightforward, active strategies so you can feel more calm and empowered. At other times, it means I provide an open, reflective space where I help you experience your most connected, authentic self. I believe authenticity, honesty and humor make up the heart of an effective treatment.
To learn more details about my therapeutic style, read my blog post about it.
ABOUT MY PRACTICE
Psychotherapy for Individuals and Couples
I help individuals struggling with:
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Extensive Training in Evidence-Based Treatments
I earned my BA in Psychology from Northwestern University, and my doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Yeshiva University's Ferkauf Graduate School, part of the Albert Einstein School of Medicine. As an integrative clinician, I am trained in multiple modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), AEDP and Psychodynamic Therapy. To learn more about these therapies, click here. During my training, I held positions at Family Services of Westchester, Montefiore Hospital and Jacobi Hospital. I completed my doctoral internship at Westchester Jewish Community Services where I received specialized training in treating trauma.
Areas of Research and Focus
My research focus is Breadwinner-Women families (families in which women are the primary earners) and their unique strengths and challenges. If you are man or a woman struggling to balance your career with the needs of your partner and/or family, I would love to talk with you. Read more about my clinics and research, here.
I also have a particular interest in integrative therapy. To learn more about what that means, see my blog post about it, here.
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