Jewish Social Worker in Brooklyn, NY
If you're scrolling through this website, you may be ready to discover who you are, beyond your trauma, anxiety, eating habits, self-loathing, and struggles. Therapy doesn't make our complex realities disappear, but it can change our stance on them. This happens by creating an oasis away from outside pressures to relax into authenticity. By freeing up headspace, you can understand your life in context, safely experiment with new ways of being, and increase creative flow to generate a brighter future.
Through my experience, I have partnered with clients to increase their self-understanding, improve relationally, and untangle thought and behavior patterns. Psychotherapy with me is a blend of processing the past, present human connection, and skills for the future. My approach is comfortable and normalizing, and I treat clients with dignity, empathy, and good humor.
The modalities I align with are psychodynamic psychotherapy, mindfulness, CBT/DBT skills, and the frameworks of trauma and culturally informed care.
Specialties: Eating disorders, disordered eating, trauma, depression, and anxiety. In addition, I treat those struggling with crises of spirituality or religion.
I chose an office near Prospect Park intentionally; to provide easy access to calming nature, beauty, and opportunity for self-care which would benefit your experience. This is the time to prioritize you and your story.
Therapy is highly dependent on the relationship between client & therapist and the right fit can be truly transformative. A profile can do so much, but speaking with me is the best way to know how well we match; therefore, I welcome you to request a free 15-minute consultation. I look forward to meeting you!