"Helping people through the unexpected"
Why I chose to be in the helping profession
Jewish Therapist in New York, NY
As both a Licensed Psychotherapist and Coach, my passion is helping individuals tap into their resiliency and strengths when faced with unexpected life events or challenging transitions.
I provide psychotherapy and coaching to adults who are faced with sudden loss, family or relationship strain, work-related changes, legal matters or medical issues. I offer support and help develop strategies to achieve a comfortable sense of stability in order to move forward.
What I bring to my work goes beyond professional training and work experience. My own experiences impact how I approach what I do and understand the sensitive issues presented. My style of practice is collaborative, interactive and at times direct while listening with a trained psychoanalytic ear.
Therapist serving the Jewish community in New York, NY
- Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
- Supervision Services
- Behavioral Issues
- Bereavement & Grief
- Career Issues
- Social Skills
- Transitions & Change
Personal religious affiliationsNot Jewish
Jewish community experienceSome
450 West 24th Street, New York, NY, USA
22 years in practice
Masters in Social Work 1996
Training and Organization Development by NYU School of Continuing and Professional Studies 2001
Adult Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy by Postgraduate Center for Mental Health 2006