Kayla Schwartz

We all experience difficult moments in our lives, and usually we have the tools to handle them. But when we consistently feel overwhelmed, stuck, trapped, fearful, helpless or empty, psychotherapy can help us become more conscious of what's behind our troubles and move to resolve them. as a result, relationships, self-esteem and life circumstances can improve. I work to develop a caring, supportive and trusting relationship with my clients, so they can feel safe to explore their past, honestly look at their feelings, thoughts and behaviors, and move towards positive change.

I tailor my work with clients to meet their unique needs and processes. I use an eclectic approach, drawing on a variety of modalities and traditions. I have a warm, collaborative and interactive style as I help clients harness their strengths and explore new, healthy ways of thinking and acting.

I speak French and know 12-steps recovery programs. I have a BA, Phi Beta Kappa, from Smith College and an MSW, Phi Kappa Phi, from Fordham University. If you are struggling with a particular issue, chronic difficulties or simply want to make your life more fulfilling, I can help.



Masters in Social Work
Fordham Graduate School Of Social Service

Accepted Insurance

Oscar Health
United Healthcare

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