Counseling & Coaching for Professional New Yorkers

                                                                                                 

As an experienced Psychotherapist in NYC I know it's vital for my successful, busy clients to feel quickly understood and on-track especially when feeling unhappy, unfulfilled, dissatisfied or anxious in various aspects of their lives.

I offer effective Counseling & Coaching tailored to the needs and goals of each unique client. 

I work with a wide range of professionals working in the fields of business, creative arts and finance to name a few.  My intention is to provide an inspiring place where my clients can think out loud and explore all that may be on their minds-- and in their way. I work interactively and expressively to help uncover any roadblocks in the way of a rewarding and fulfilling life. I work quickly to get to the root of any feelings such as anxiety, depression or confusion relating to personal or profesional considerations.

Many people begin working with me by expressing a curious, motivated desire to bring about some change to their lives. I offer a warm, open (sometimes challenging) space to explore this idea. Together we will develop a greater awareness of all that impacts you including your living & working situation, significant relationships of past and present, as well as any professional considerations or conflicts. I collaborate with various clinicians and practicioners in the fields of medicine, fitness, nutrition and bodywork to provide comprehensive and holistic care of mind and body.

My expertise is in working with successful, creative thinkers (gay and straight individuals, couples and business partners) of varied lives and professions. Located conveniently in Flatiron/Chelsea, I can also be available to speak/meet remotely as schedules demand. I have extensive training in multiple diciplines to provide individualized psychotherapy, counseling & life/work coaching. Feel free to browse the "About Me" section to learn more or contact me for a preliminary telephone conversation.
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