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psychotherapy for trauma

Serving adults, teens, and children throughout New York

Not only is healing possible...

It is your birthright.

You're trying to figure out how to be a better person in relationships. You are self-aware and fair, but you still haven't figured out how to not overreact or underreact. It doesn't feel great to pick fights over little things or feel powerless to speak up for yourself when you really want to. You are sincerely dedicated to being fair and making a positive impact so you feel helpless and frustrated not knowing how to stop getting hurt or how to stop hurting others.

You've had to be a rebel to survive. But now you find yourself in the same cycle you swore you would never repeat. You're afraid to stay stuck and get left behind in life. But even if this is how it’s always been and all you’ve ever known, you're going to break the cycle.

  • Flashbacks

  • Triggers

  • Dissociation

  • Nightmares

  • Irritability

  • Self-sabotage

  • Sexual trauma

  • Religious trauma

  • Political trauma

  • Generational trauma

"Why can't I get over this?"

  • Stop getting triggered easily

  • Release pent up stress

  • Eliminate the need for unhealthy coping

  • Process grief

  • Find your blindspots

  • Release anger and resentment
  • Build/Rebuild healthy relationships
  • Feel stronger and more centered
  • Learn to trust yourself again

In our sessions, we will find the root cause of triggers and blindspots that have tripped you up. You will no longer be haunted by memories of the past. And your dreams will make sense and feel lighter. You will be able to release your burdens and enjoy healthy, satisfying relationships.


To achieve this, I will bring the nature of your story to light. I will help you restore wholeness by tapping into the ways the brain heals itself and accessing the wisdom you have in your body and in your soul. And I will help you get out of your own way so that you can reclaim your strength so that you and the next generation can begin to thrive.

Image by Timothy Chan

What heals us makes us stronger.

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