Have you ever thought to yourself, “I have experienced many transitions in my life, why is this one more difficult for me to adjust to than those in the past? How can I move though this period of uncertainty without disrupting other areas of my life?

Transitional periods throughout adulthood can be challenging. Whether you are a college student, starting a new job, entering a new relationship, going through a divorce, committing to a partner, having a baby, or grieving the loss of a loved one, these and other transitional periods can be distressing and unsettling. Many resultantly experience inadequate adjustment, feel left behind, and must find new ways to cope.

Endless self-doubt and negative thoughts can feel insurmountable and overwhelming. Regardless of age, adults in my practice often voice questions, insecurities, uncertainties, wishes, desires, and pains they never before shared with another.

What would make me happy?
What do I want out of my life?

Do I want to stay in New York City?
How can I achieve and earn more?

Is this the right job for me?
Why am I feeling stuck?

The work we will do together aims to lead you into a new phase of life which you understand and are excited to embrace. It is one in which you feel comfortable and confident.

My goal is to help you reach your potential and live a meaningful, fulfilling, and healthy life. Through an integrative, interpersonal and dynamic approach our work together will allow you to be more in control of your life’s choices without feeling you must make decisions entirely on your own.

Therapy provides a trusting and safe environment for you to express and explore yourself. Our work together will help you to become more confident, passionate, connected, and open so that you make the best decisions for you.

Specialized Treatment Areas Include:

  • Academic problems in college
  • Anxiety
  • Career choices
  • Dating in NYC
  • Difficulty setting boundaries at work or with family
  • Depression
  • Grief and Loss
  • Low self-confidence
  • Managing finances
  • Relationship problems
  • Sexual Concerns
  • Social problems in college
  • Traumas