I am a licensed New York Psychotherapist, who works with individuals, using a psychodynamic and eclectic approach, which draws from a variety of practice theories. I have experience working with patients from diverse multicultural backgrounds.
People decide to come to therapy for a variety of reasons. Sometimes they are experiencing symptoms of anxiety, depression, lack of confidence or are simply feeling stuck. In other situations, they are grieving the loss of a loved one or are struggling with a traumatic event.
Often, people want to learn new ways to manage their stress. This is especially true during periods of change and transition in their lives, such as marriage, pregnancy, parenting, moving, divorce, change of career, illness, and other major life moments.
I work with patients to help them gain a better understanding of their feelings and inner conflicts. Key steps include identifying unhealthy, repetitive patterns and making connections with early life experiences. This will enable patients to make positive changes and healthy decisions, reinforcing their strength and confidence.