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Psychotherapy Services

We can help you with...

Addiction

ADHD 

Adjustment Disorders

Anger

Anxiety

Binge Eating

Bipolar Disorder

Child Behavioral Issues

Compulsions

Coping Skills

Couples Therapy

Depression

Dysthymia

Eating Disorders

Family Issues

Grief & Loss

Life Coaching

Panic Attacks

Parenting Support

Relationship Issues

Stress Management

Work Issues

Individual Therapy- Children

Therapy for children often involves problem-solving and practicing new skills through activities and play. We like to meet with parents first, and depending on the age of the child, integrate parent sessions throughout the child's time in therapy. In therapy, children with behavioral issues can learn alternative ideas to maladaptive behavior and learn how their feelings and moods affect their behavior. They can identify their inner thoughts and feelings and learn basic coping skills. Often, play therapy is used to help a child learn self-management strategies and gain skills such as patience, attention, deep breathing, anxiety reduction, and communication. Art therapy is used as another way children express themselves, when they often are unable to do so with words alone. Common things we address are ADHD, anxiety, behavioral issues, and parenting skills.

Individual Therapy- Adults

It is often not easy to take that step to come in for therapy. We can work together to establish goals and get a better understanding of what you want to achieve in your time here, and in life. 

Couples Therapy

Most couples who come in for therapy experience their issues for years before coming in.  Sometimes the relationship feels stuck, or there is a specific conflict such as money, infidelity, children, or problems with physical or emotional intimacy.  Coming in can help begin the conversation in a productive way, find out what's behind the conflict, reconnect, improve communication, and reduce blame. Often, people are more aware of how their partner is contributing to the problems in the relationship then they are of themselves. An outsider can often help reflect and provide an objective view and help each person understand their own wants, needs, and what they can do to get them.

Family Therapy

Family therapy can involve anything from two family members to a larger complete group. It can help improve communication to resolve conflict and provide skills to cope with challenging situations in a more effective way. We often examine the family's ability to solve problems and express thoughts and feelings in a productive way, as well as explore roles, boundaries, and behavior patterns to identify what may be contributing to repeated conflict. It can also help give the family a sense of support, empathy, honesty, and togetherness. 

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Some of our specialties...

Anxiety

Here in NYC, anxiety is the #1 mental health issues we see and includes general anxiety, panic disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, and social anxiety. When it gets out of control, anxiety can be crippling and prevent you from living a full life. Therapy can help you understand you triggers and learn concrete skills to manage it.

Young Adults

We work with all ages, children through older adults, but primarily work with  adults 18-35. Common struggles include work stress, life transitions, relationships, dating, and goal-setting.

Creatives

We work with many people in creative industries such as designers, film producers, actors, singers, etc. Some experience emotional and/or interpersonal difficulties unique to the creative world and entertainment industry. As a trained artist, Lillian believes it is helpful as a therapist to have an understanding of the way in which creativity works, how artists express themselves and sometimes what therapeutic purpose art provides for them. 

Diversity

We stress the importance of being culturally sensitive and respectful of differences in attitudes values and beliefs. This includes differences in regards to race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, and ethnicity.