A little about me…
If you are here, you are probably interested in knowing a bit more about what might make me suitable to help you. And good for you for not settling on the basics! Whatever it is that is keeping you stuck or that does not work for you anymore needs to be addressed, modified, changed or eliminated and at this very moment, while you think about whether you will contact me or not, it is very important that you have the utmost transparency.
I am a trained NYS Licensed Clinical Social Worker experienced in applying effective interventions that will help you to become aware of how the way you think about certain situations are impacting your feelings and creating behaviors that get in the way of the life that you want to live. I am both passionate and fascinated with the relationship between neuroscience and anxiety, and our work together will reflect that passion and knowledge.
You may already know why you feel the way you do, but often times, you may not understand why or where it is coming from. Whether it is managing your anxiety due to relationship issues, chronic illness or insecurities that go as far as childhood, the right combination of therapy and support can be the first step towards making the changes that you want in your life.
I absolutely love what I do because I believe that everyone can learn to manage their worries, find self-control and conquer lifelong fears, and choosing the right therapist for you is an important first step. Click here to request a free 20-minute consultation.
Pyschogastroenterolgy with Adults: A handbook for mental health professionals. Co-author Chapter 14: “Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Approaches To GI Conditions”. Estimated publishing in 2019.
Graduate and post-graduate education:
- New York University- Masters Social Work
- American Society of Clinical Hypnosis
- Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy