You can free up headspace, understand your life in context, and experiment with new ways of being to create a brighter future.
Tziporah Eisenstein's style💭 Open minded 👂 Listener 🤝 Collaborative
Why Tziporah Eisenstein chose to be in the helping profession
I pursued a career in psychotherapy fueled by my deep interest in psychology and the transformative power of gaining perspective. Through my work in hospital and clinical settings, I have had the privilege of partnering with clients to enhance their self-understanding, foster healthier relationships, and unravel the thought and behavior patterns that participate in suffering. Witnessing the positive impact of therapy on individuals' quality of life has maintained my dedication to this profession.
Tziporah Eisenstein's approach
In therapy, the aim is not to eliminate complex struggles but to facilitate the integration of your experiences, enabling you to live authentically in the present. It is a space where you can find respite from external pressures and cultivate a sense of self.
My therapeutic approach is primarily grounded in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, drawing inspiration from existential and humanistic psychology, and I have also been influenced by sensory-motor psychotherapy and DBT. I continuously engage in education and supervision and believe they are fundamental for a therapist's accountability and integrity. I have received specialized training in trauma-informed care and actively participate in IAEDP, an educational program dedicated to eating disorder recovery, to provide evidence-based treatment. Additionally, I will be joining an intensive psychoanalytic psychotherapy program at the Williamson Alanson White Institute this September.
What you can expect from sessions with Tziporah Eisenstein
My approach to the intake process is straightforward and focused on understanding your goals and the reasons that have led you to seek counseling. Then, I aim to facilitate by treating clients with dignity, empathy, and humor.
Treatment is highly dependent on the relationship & the right fit can be genuinely transformative. I welcome you to contact me via email to schedule a free 15-minute consultation call to determine if you'd like to meet.
Tziporah Eisenstein's experience working with the Jewish community
My work experience has been with the general New York City population, serving a diverse range of individuals from different backgrounds and communities; this includes treating Jewish people across the religious spectrum.
In my practice, I am particularly sensitive to the unique challenges of eating disorder recovery in the Jewish community, the specific sensitivities of those with a crisis of faith or spirituality, and the communal and intergenerational trauma of antisemitism.
People I work withAdults Elders (65+) Individuals
Where people can see me in personBrooklyn, Manhattan
207 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn, NY 11215, USA, New York, New York
7 years in practice
Licensed to work in New York
- LCSW by New York 2020. License number 090570-01
- Master of Social Work by Long Island University 2016
- Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP), by Evergreen Certifications , 2021
- Certified Eating Disorders Specialist by IAEDP Current
- Viktor Frankl Conference- Understanding Addictive Behaviors through Logotherapy by Nefesh 2016
- DBT Skills for Adolescents & Caregivers: Helping today’s distressed youth- with Dr. Jill Rathus by Nachas 2020
- Intensive Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program by Williamson Allanson White Institute 2023-24