With freed-up headspace, you have room to understand your life in context, experiment with new ways of being, and increase creative flow to generate a brighter future.
Tziporah Eisenstein's style👂 Listener 💭 Open minded 🤝 Collaborative
Why Tziporah Eisenstein chose to be in the helping profession
I pursued a career in psychotherapy due to my interest in how psychology and gaining perspective can improve one's quality of life. Through my experiences in both hospital and clinical settings, I have partnered with clients to increase their self-understanding, improve relationally, and untangle thought and behavior patterns that no longer serve them.
Tziporah Eisenstein's approach
The point of therapy isn't to make complex struggles disappear; it's to integrate your experiences so you can live with yourself in the present. We enter an oasis from outside pressures to relax into authenticity. With freed-up headspace, you have room to understand your life in context, experiment with new ways of being, and increase creative flow to generate a brighter future. I am primarily grounded in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and gained influence from existential & humanistic psychology, sensory-motor psychotherapy & DBT. I continuously engage in education and supervision and believe they are vital components of a therapist's accountability and integrity. I have specialized training in trauma-informed care and participate in Iaedp, an educational program for eating disorder recovery, to provide evidence-based treatment.
What you can expect from sessions with Tziporah Eisenstein
My intake process is quite simple; I will likely ask questions about your goals and what has brought you to counseling. Then, I strive to create the space to build the mutual trust and respect necessary for successful therapy. Therapy is highly dependent on the relationship & the right fit can be genuinely transformative. I welcome you to reach out via email and request a free 15-minute consultation call to consider 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 population; thus, I am culturally competent in treating people from many walks of life. I have treated Jewish people across and outside the religious spectrum. I'm attuned to the unique challenges of eating disorder recovery in the community, the specific sensitivities of those with a crisis of faith or spirituality, and the communal and intergenerational trauma of antisemitism.
- Motivational Interviewing
- Somatic Experiencing
- Body dysmorphia
- Body image
- Eating disorders & disordered eating
- LGBTQIA, gender, & sexuality topics
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Personality issues & disorders
- Religious Identity Issues
- Suicidal Ideation
- Transitions & Change
6 years in practice
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
Average costs per session
$180 - $200
- Free consultation
- Credit Card