“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”

-Anais Nin

Why Therapy?

 

Therapy is helpful in coping and resolving acute problems such as:

 

• depression

• anxiety

• grief and loss

• addiction

• relationship problems

• stressful life circumstances

 

It can also be helpful to change longstanding patterns of behavior, thoughts, and emotions such as:

 

• poor self esteem

• unhealthy relationship choices and patterns

• chronic depression or anxiety

• fears and phobias

• underachievement

• perfectionism and people pleasing

 

Therapy can additionally be a place to find support and ideas for personal growth. Whether you want to become more connected with those around you or take your career to the next level, therapy can help identify areas for improvement and create strategies for growth.

 

How does therapy work?

 

Therapy is a collaborative process between client and therapist to work on identified goals for personal growth. It generally includes three stages:

 

• Assessment of current functioning and personal history which includes looking at concerns or problems as well as strengths

• Exploring feelings and looking for patterns in behaviors, thoughts, and emotions

• Identification of goals and implementing a plan for change

 

What are some of the expected outcomes from therapy?

 

• Increased joy and wholehearted living

• More connection in relationships

• Greater confidence and self esteem

• More authenticity with self and others or becoming more of your “true self”

• Greater ability to pursue your hopes and dreams

• Better tools for managing emotions

• Decrease in symptoms of depression and anxiety

 

 

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“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”

-Anais Nin

Why Therapy?

 

Therapy is helpful in coping and resolving acute problems such as:

 

• depression

• anxiety

• grief and loss

• addiction

• relationship problems

• stressful life circumstances

 

It can also be helpful to change longstanding patterns of behavior, thoughts, and emotions such as:

 

• poor self esteem

• unhealthy relationship choices and patterns

• chronic depression or anxiety

• fears and phobias

• underachievement

• perfectionism and people pleasing

 

Therapy can additionally be a place to find support and ideas for personal growth. Whether you want to become more connected with those around you or take your career to the next level, therapy can help identify areas for improvement and create strategies for growth.

 

How does therapy work?

 

Therapy is a collaborative process between client and therapist to work on identified goals for personal growth. It generally includes three stages:

 

• Assessment of current functioning and personal history which includes looking at concerns or problems as well as strengths

• Exploring feelings and looking for patterns in behaviors, thoughts, and emotions

• Identification of goals and implementing a plan for change

 

What are some of the expected outcomes from therapy?

 

• Increased joy and wholehearted living

• More connection in relationships

• Greater confidence and self esteem

• More authenticity with self and others or becoming more of your “true self”

• Greater ability to pursue your hopes and dreams

• Better tools for managing emotions

• Decrease in symptoms of depression and anxiety

 

 

Why Therapy?

 

Therapy is helpful in coping and resolving acute problems such as:

 

• depression

• anxiety

• grief and loss

• addiction

• relationship problems

• stressful life circumstances

 

It can also be helpful to change longstanding patterns of behavior, thoughts, and emotions such as:

 

• poor self esteem

• unhealthy relationship choices and patterns

• chronic depression or anxiety

• fears and phobias

• underachievement

• perfectionism and people pleasing

 

Therapy can additionally be a place to find support and ideas for personal growth. Whether you want to become more connected with those around you or take your career to the next level, therapy can help identify areas for improvement and create strategies for growth.

 

How does therapy work?

 

Therapy is a collaborative process between client and therapist to work on identified goals for personal growth. It generally includes three stages:

 

• Assessment of current functioning and personal history which includes looking at concerns or problems as well as strengths

• Exploring feelings and looking for patterns in behaviors, thoughts, and emotions

• Identification of goals and implementing a plan for change

 

What are some of the expected outcomes from therapy?

 

• Increased joy and wholehearted living

• More connection in relationships

• Greater confidence and self esteem

• More authenticity with self and others or becoming more of your “true self”

• Greater ability to pursue your hopes and dreams

• Better tools for managing emotions

• Decrease in symptoms of depression and anxiety

“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”

-Anais Nin

(516) 220-5839

60 Fire Island Ave #102, Babylon, NY 11702