Does This Sound Like You?
You’re doing your best to navigate adulthood but feel like you can’t quite get a handle on it. You want to have meaningful relationships with the people in your life, but it feels hard to truly connect with them. You want to show up authentically and be yourself, but something is holding you back from being the real you. If so, know that you’re not alone. With the right kind of support, things can get better. You can build the relationships you want and deserve. It all starts with building a solid relationship with yourself–and we’re here to help you do that.
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Meet our team of New York therapists
Our approach to therapy in NYC
Relationships are the foundation of our work with clients. From your relationship with your loved ones to your relationship with yourself (and even food or your body), understanding the way you connect is essential. Our relational focus also extends to our therapeutic connection. We strive to create a strong bond with each of our clients. We can then use our relationship as a model for the other relationships in your life. We prioritize a strong, genuine relationship with our clients because we don’t want to enable you in old patterns that keep you stuck. We want to support your healing–not contribute to what holds you back. Once we get a sense of how you relate to others and yourself, we can start to make positive changes to help you grow. You’ll learn new coping skills, new ways of thinking, and new ways of connecting.Learn More
Therapy services we offer
Though we use a relationship-focused approach with all of our clients, we’ll make a customized treatment plan depending on your unique needs and goals. Here are just a few examples of what we can help you with as psychotherapists in New York.
How to get started
1. See if we’re a fit for each other
2. Have your intake session
3. Collaborate on a treatment plan
How working with a psychotherapist can help
Though we’re a bit biased, we believe that everyone can benefit from working with a therapist. While everyone’s experience in counseling is different, there are tons of reasons why therapy can help. Here are just a few.
- Combat fatigue
- Feel better at work
- Manage chronic pain
- Sleep better
- Reduce anxiety and depression
- Improve your sex life
Take steps toward the life you want with the help of a therapist
It’s normal to feel worried, apprehensive, or even scared to start therapy, especially if you’ve never tried it before. However, you don’t deserve to stay stuck in patterns, behaviors, or relationships that no longer work for you. Therapy can help you forge a new path forward. We’re here to meet you with warmth, compassion, and honesty. We’d be honored to help you grow into the person you want to be.