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Traditional Psychotherapy

Virtual Therapy or in-person walking sessions

I am a graduate of Fordham University and hold a License of

Clinical Social Work for New York State.  I have been practicing

since 2003.  I take a cognitive behavioral approach combined

with a Jungian outlook.  In our time together you will uncover

and become aware of cognitive distortions and their

corresponding behaviors so that you can release them. 


Only when we become aware of our negative thoughts and

behavioral patterns can we change them.  We will make

connections to your past and how it plays out in your now. 

We will look at your shadow side, the parts of you that you

do not like, and work towards accepting them. Walking sessions help you to get out of your head and drop into your body. You will be clear, grounded, and feel peaceful after a walking session.


EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences-trauma.  It is an eight-phase treatment.  Eye movements (or other bilateral stimulations are used such as tapping) during one part of the session.  After it is determined which memory to target first, the client is asked to hold different aspects of that event or thought in mind and to use his eyes to track the therapist’s hand as it moves back and forth across the client’s field of vision or the client’s knees or shoulders will be tapped alternatively. As this happens internal associations arise and the clients begin to process the memory and disturbing feelings. In successful EMDR therapy, the meaning of painful events is transformed on an emotional level.  Unlike talk therapy, the insights clients gain in EMDR therapy result not so much from clinician interpretation, but from the client’s own accelerated intellectual and emotional processes.  The net effect is that clients conclude EMDR therapy feeling empowered by the very experiences that once debased them.  Their wounds have not just closed, they have transformed. As a natural outcome of the EMDR therapeutic process, the client's thoughts, feelings, and behavior are all robust indicators of emotional health and resolution—all without speaking in detail or doing homework used in other therapies. Click here to learn more.

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