It can be hard to ask for help, especially when you feel sad or anxious, lonely or struggling in a relationship, confused or overwhelmed, or insecure. Commonly, these feelings interfere with life, with accomplishing career goals or being satisfied in relationships. Maybe you have trouble motivating, or you're preoccupied with worry, or you're withdrawing from social activities - that you normally enjoy. Perhaps you find yourself stuck, repeating the same old patterns, never achieving what you really want. Feelings are an inevitable part of human existence. But you don't need to be suffering.
I can help. I can help you feel less anxious and more confident. I can help you re-evaluate how you think and how that influences what you feel and how you behave. I can help you break down the barriers to achieving your goals.
I work collaboratively to increase your understanding and acceptance of who you are. We will explore how past experiences shape and influence the present, with the goal of creating a bright and hopeful future. Using a mind-body approach, I will help you manage your fears, anxieties, anger and sadness.
Yeshiva University (PsyD)
New York University Medical Center, Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine (Internship)
New York University (Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis)