Your doing it. you made it this far...
The reasons for starting therapy are always so unique. Seriously, the healing process can take time and energy; building that connection, starting to feel more comfortable in your skin, and moving forward with life will help drive these changes.
Interested in the more clinical part? Alright, I use a range of modalities since I enjoy the effects & interventions from more evidence based models like DBT, CBT & Mindfulness. I also enjoy more explorative options like Brainspotting & Somatics. Weaving in parts work and always incorporating trauma-informed perspectives.
I applaud your efforts as you have gotten this far.
I offer a therapeutic modality called Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy in New York City and the greater New York State area in partnership with an organization called Journey Clinical. Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) is a holistic modality in which ketamine is used as a complement to psychotherapy. Learn more here.
I offer couples and relationship counseling services to help you center needed parts. Like an optical illusion, sometimes we can start to experience our relationships in ways that expand our mind and also can distort our perceptions of what's going on.
Topics often range from relationship communication, sex, desire, family dynamics, and significant changes in the relationship in the past, present, and future.
I am passionate about relationships, emotional attunement and finding ways to navigate our experiences and tend to what needs to be supported with a mixture of compassion, clinical interventions and learning what you really want in your relationship.
If you, like many people, struggle to find a safe place to talk about your sexual concerns or interests, you could benefit from seeing a sex therapist. From relational issues to individual circumstances, a sex therapist can help you discover your sexual identity and work through problems that may be hindering the enjoyment of your sexual experiences. In addition, we are knowledgeable and welcoming of alternative lifestyles, identities, and gender expressions.
Sex Therapy is exclusively talk therapy that addresses a person's psychological or physical sexual problems. Under no circumstances does sex therapy involve any sexual or inappropriate contact between the therapist and the client. There is no physical interaction.