Everyone can benefit from therapy at certain times in life.
Perhaps you are blocking yourself from something you truly want, and you don’t know why. Perhaps you find yourself stuck in a cycle of defeating habits that you’d like to stop, but you don’t know how. Perhaps anxiety, self-doubt, and depression are so overwhelming that it feels really hard to engage in everyday life.
Psychotherapy can be a really important resource for preserving self-care and for building resiliency. Whether you are seeking therapy to work on a specific concern or goal, to get through a tough time or transition, or to understand yourself better, I strive to provide my clients with a supportive and judgment-free space to work towards self-awareness, authenticity, and growth.
Areas of Focus:
- Stress Management
- Panic Attacks
- Health-Related Anxieties
- Social Anxiety
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Relationship Challenges
- Transitional Issues
- Career Guidance
- Procrastination/Time Management
My office is located next to Grand Central Station, 5 minutes from Bryant Park, and less than 10 minutes from Herald Square. Within walking distance to the 4, 5, 6, 7, S, F, B, D, N, Q, R, W trains.