There are over eight million people living in New York City today; however, many of them feel isolated from family and friends. Others find themselves in a reoccurring pattern of failed relationships. The question often asked is "why?" Let's work together in answering this question. Perhaps during the journey answers to other questions will present themselves. Not a problem. The process of self-discovery entails learning new things about yourself. I can help you address the lack of satisfaction in your interpersonal relationships, commitment issues, marital conflicts, and religious alienation.

I can help you gain insight, get in touch with your conflicts via psychodynamic -psychoanalytic approach to therapy. I have ten plus years of working as a psychotherapist in mental health clinics and public schools. I am also a Ph.D. student pursuing a doctorate in Social Welfare. I am also currently supervised in psychoanalytical therapy.

Taking the first step to self-discovery is scary, but necessary. Breaking the patterns of failed relationships and self-doubt is a daunting task, but working together we can change the pattern and learn how to engage others with your true self. I have been trained in psychoanalytical therapy. Feel free to reach out.


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Masters in Social Work
Yeshiva University

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