Counseling in Manhattan, NYC and Teaneck, New Jersey.

I practice psychotherapy that incorporates systemic, relational, humanistic, psychoanalytic, and mindfulness-based theories.

I provide individual counseling/psychotherapy for adults in NYC that are seeking hope to move forward from trauma, family of origin struggles, anxiety, anger, depression, and emotional pain.

Sexual abuse counseling can help you process your sexual abuse, gain insight to present-day compulsive behaviors, manage anxiety, build self esteem and self care, identify thoughts of self blame and shame, connect with deeper emotions, and recognize any internal defenses being triggered in your relationships.

I offer sessions for anger management. The goal of our sessions of anger management is not to lose your anger. The focus of anger management is to get in touch with your anger, connect with it, understand it, so that you may develop insight as to the messages anger is trying to convey to you and begin dealing with it in healthier, non aggressive ways.

I specialize in therapeutic work focusing on healing from trauma, inner child work, identifying & managing the different parts of Self (parts work), as well as, empowering and re-discovering oneself. You are not alone in your experience. Therapy can be a place for people to explore and address these deep-rooted conflicts and help process these abusive experiences, identifying any fragmented parts of yourself that exist as coping mechanisms to deal with trauma.

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  • Trauma Narratives and Polyvagal Theory

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    Our narratives change based on the autonomic nervous system state we are in. We cannot think our way out of a triggered perceived threat response. We need to feel our way out of it to be able to think more aligned with who we want to be or change a narrative. Consider the narratives you […]

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  • Attachment Rupture with Caregivers

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    Your mom may never be who you want her to be. Your father may never be who you want him to be. Your caregiver (s) may never be who you want them to be. This is not your fault. You are not responsible for them. I know it aches. I know the realization of this […]

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  • Natural responses to Trauma

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    There are so many ways that every one of us respond to Trauma(s) that we experience throughout our lifetime. There’s no comparing our responses to Trauma because we all respond differently, even as siblings, twins, or anyone that has grown up in the similar/same environment. Part of this is due to our individual temperaments, part […]

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