Types of Services
We are currently offering both in-person (on the UWS) and virtual sessions for adults and adolescents
Although there are many reasons people may be seeking therapy, here are some common concerns we address: anxiety (excessive worry, social anxiety, phobias, panic), depression, OCD, perfectionism, AD/HD, trauma, identity exploration, life transitions (e.g. becoming a parent, career transitions, break-ups), professional burnout, dating concerns, familial conflicts, low self-confidence, and imposter syndrome.
Navigating the Transition to Adulthood
We offer expertise and support in issues unique to young adulthood, including academic pressures, navigating peer relationships, adjusting to parental divorce, family conflicts, identity exploration, and the transition to college.
Navigating the Emotional Roller Coaster of Infertility
Struggles with infertility and pregnancy loss can feel isolating and are emotionally and physically demanding. We are well-versed in fertility treatments such as IUI, IVF, and third-party reproduction. We work with patients to address common feelings that arise during these processes, such as sadness, anxiety, grief, and frustration.
PERINATAL MOOD & ANXIETY (PMADS)
From pre-pregnancy to the postpartum transition
We work with women throughout the various stages of the perinatal period, a time which often elicits a variety of emotions, such as ambivalence, loneliness, fear, guilt, worry, and joy.
Whether you are contemplating conceiving, navigating the hormonal ups and downs of pregnancy and the postpartum period, or adjusting to motherhood and corresponding shifts in relationships and careers, we are here to support you and provide actionable strategies to help you cope.