I truly love being a Psychologist and feel privileged to be a part of my patients' lives.
I see adults of all ages in my New York City psychotherapy practice, including working professionals, undergraduate and graduate students, and senior adults, all in a safe and supportive environment.
My style is an interactive one. It is important that you feel heard and understood.
I have particular expertise in working with attorneys as patients, and have a special understanding of their experiences.
I also enjoy working with people of the Jewish faith, or with those who identify as "spiritual," but who may not adhere to any formal religious beliefs.
My practice is LGBT-affirming and supportive. I welcome individuals/couples from this communo
Anxiety, depression, relationships, self esteem, life and career transitions, and identity issues are part of my focus, although I am also trained in and welcome assisting people in many other areas that we, as humans, experience.
I also focus on the very real "mind-body connections," especially when they relate to chronic pain issues and stress.
I work with you in gaining a deeper insight that fosters growth, well-being, and creativity.
I come from a psychoanalytic perspective, and also integrate cognitive work (working with the "thoughts" that affect your feelings) when helpful.
My objective is to work with you as a "whole person" — rather than just a "list of issues."