Therapy for Life
Transitions

 

 

We can work with you amid life transitions as you contend with the burden of personal, familial, and societal expectations, navigate obstacles in identifying your own pathway to happiness and success, and confront old patterns that no longer serve you. Within our practice, our emphasis lies in offering a safe space to explore the challenges unique to life transitions, cultivating resilience and empowerment.

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Life Transitions

Life transitions can include breakups, moving, starting a new job, or experiencing changes in friend groups. Breakups can bring about intense emotions, and therapy can help you navigate grief, heal, and gain insights into relationship patterns. When faced with a move, therapy can help in managing the stress of relocation, adjusting to a new environment, and building a support network. In the context of a new job, therapy can help with the challenges of workplace adaptation, setting boundaries, and achieving a work-life balance. Changes in friend groups can trigger feelings of isolation, and therapy provides a space to explore new social dynamics, build self-esteem, and foster meaningful connections.

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Family Transitions

 Whether it’s coping with the loss of a loved one, navigating a marriage or divorce, or adjusting to becoming a parent, therapy provides a space to process complex emotions, build self-understanding and compassion, and develop coping strategies. Our therapists guide you through the grieving process, helping you manage the practical aspects of transitions, and offering support in rebuilding a sense of purpose. By focusing on the specific nuances of each life transition, therapy becomes a valuable tool for fostering resilience and promoting a healthier adaptation to change.

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Transition to adulthood

Transitions to adulthood include a spectrum of life changes, including educational transitions (like moving from high school to college or transitioning between academic programs), career changes (whether entering the workforce or shifting professions), and personal milestones (such as moving away from home, forming new relationships, or exploring one’s identity). The challenges associated with these transitions may involve adapting to new environments, managing increased responsibilities, and coping with heightened expectations.

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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?

We are not in-network with any insurances but we can provide you with superbills to submit to your insurance for reimbursement if you have out-of-network benefits. Learn more here.

Do You Offer Sliding Scale?

We do our best to make psychotherapy accessible to therapy seekers. Learn more about our sliding scale here.

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

Step 1.

Schedule and complete a phone consultation.

Step 2.

Complete our simple intake forms and schedule an initial session with your therapist.

Step 3.

Start your therapy journey.

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