We're not supposed to be miserable. Our pain and suffering declares that our lives can be better. Therapy is the way. Therapy is the way of figuring out what the problems are and what needs to happen to make things better. Combing my rich training and experience in cognitive therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, addictions counseling, and guided imagery with timeless spirituality, I've helped thousands get from lives of pain to lives of great beauty and joy. My approach is born of abiding respect for you, your life, and your inherent abilities to make your life better. With compassion, professionalism, years of experience and training I will help you feel better from the first moment.
|Degree||Education||Year of Graduation|
|MSW, PhD||Wurzweiler School Of Social Work Yeshiva University||1994|
MA Psychological Counseling; Teachers College Columbia University 1996
EdM Education; Teachers College Columbia University 1996
PhD Social Work; Wurzweiler School Of Social Work Yeshiva University 2002
Rabbinic Ordination; Rabbi Isaac Elchonon Theological Seminary Yeshiva University 1994
Telephone Counseling, Online Therapy
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Family Systems Therapy
Therapist's Experience with Gap Year Students
I've had the deep pleasure of working with gap year students. They're thoughtful and motivated for expert treatment. Whether they struggle with depression, anxiety, addictions, adjustment difficulties, or eating disorders, they are a joy to work with.