Individual & Couples Therapy to help you become happier, learn self-kindness, and improve your relationships. Warm and Experienced.
Psychologist in NYC, NY
Along with standard Cognitive Behavioral therapy, I’ve been specially trained in a relatively new offshoot, called Cognitive Interpersonal Therapy, which offers particularly powerful techniques for healing relationship conflicts. Using Cognitive Interpersonal Therapy, I can offer you tools for communicating better with others to avoid getting dragged into bruising, blame-filled arguments and instead have constructive conversations that leave you and others feeling more understood and respected.
I can teach you tools to communicate more effectively with each other and to rebuild shattered trust, so that both of you feel heard and respected. As mutual trust and respect grows, both of you will become less quick to misjudge each other’s motives, and quicker to apologize when you’re wrong, or to forgive when your partner errs. I can also help you resolve conflicts that arise from differences in financial, personal, and parenting styles as well as issues with in-laws.
Do you feel a need to achieve more in your career or other life areas? I can enable you to reach your full potential by discovering new possibilities for growth and step by step strategies to meet your goals. Then, I can show you how to make consistent progress by making changes stick - even in tough times. I invite you to call to see how I can help.
Has poor communication or betrayal turned your relationship with your loved one into a battlefield? I can teach you to communicate more effectively with each other and to rebuild shattered trust, so that both of you feel heard and respected. I can also help you resolve conflicts that arise from differences in financial, personal, and parenting styles. Is sex becoming boring, routine, or rare? Learn how to rekindle the passion, emotional intimacy & playful fun in your relationship.
While most therapies can ease depression, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a specialized quicker approach. CBT holds that although depression may stem from many causes; depressed people generally share unrealistically negative patterns of thinking that make it far harder for them to bounce back. Through CBT people can challenge their unrealistic negative thoughts about themselves and find self-esteem, motivation, and productivity in their lives – leading to a sustained happiness.