Therapy for Anxiety
Therapy offers a compassionate space to explore the roots of anxious thoughts and feelings. Through a warm and supportive process, our therapists will guide you in developing coping strategies, fostering mindfulness, and building resilience. Our approach is collaborative and aims to empower individuals to navigate the complexities of anxiety with understanding and self-compassion.
More About What We Do
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is characterized by excessive and persistent worry about various aspects of life, often accompanied by physical symptoms like restlessness, muscle tension, and difficulty concentrating. Our therapists create a warm and supportive space to explore the roots of anxiety, acknowledging and validating your concerns. Our therapists will help you to understand and reframe anxious thoughts, develop coping mechanisms, foster a sense of security within the therapeutic relationship, and incorporate a mind-body approach.
Panic disorder involves recurrent, unexpected panic attacks, accompanied by intense fear and physical symptoms like heart palpitations and shortness of breath. Our therapists help you to identify triggers and collaboratively develop coping strategies. The therapeutic relationship becomes a secure anchor, fostering resilience and assisting you in gradually confronting and overcoming the fear associated with panic attacks.
Navigating anxious/avoidant attachment issues in therapy is a process of fostering secure connections and emotional well-being. Our therapists will guide you in exploring the origins of attachment patterns. Through relational interventions, mindfulness practices, and the cultivation of trust, therapy becomes a space where you can transform anxious/avoidant dynamics, building healthier and more fulfilling relationships rooted in understanding, closeness, and emotional security.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What Services Do You Offer?
We offer online and in-person individual and couples psychotherapy for individuals 18 and older.
How Long Are Sessions?
We offer 45 minute sessions.
How Often Do I See My Therapist?
We recommend weekly therapy, especially in the early stages of the psychotherapy process. During therapy, you and your therapist will collaborate on any adjustments to your schedule that may be beneficial for you.
How Do I Pay For Sessions?
We require clients to have a credit card on file, but payments can also be made with cash, your FSA, and debit cards.
Can I Use My Insurance To Pay For Therapy?
Do You Offer Sliding Scale?
Can I Work With You If I Don't Live In New York?
At this time we only offer psychotherapy services to individuals residing in New York State.
Here’s How It Works
Schedule and complete a phone consultation.
Complete our simple intake forms and schedule an initial session with your therapist.
Start your therapy journey.