I believe that an important goal of Psychotherapy is to help people appreciate and value their own uniqueness and to develop the courage to become "who they really are." It has been my experience in my twenty years as a Psychodynamic Therapist that people do achieve this goal. Through my graduate training, in addition to certification from The New York University Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, I have developed the skills to provide effective help.


If you are suffering with anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders, Psychodynamic Therapy can provide you with a road to recovery. Through our work together you will be able to understand and change old, problematic patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving. During sessions, you will have the opportunity to discuss the issues which "get in your way." We can come up with new approaches to these issues so that you - and not your problems - will be in charge. Through this process you will be able to reduce your anxiety and depression and develop improved relationships and work life.