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Your Well-Being Is in Good Hands

Have a particular life obstacle you’re trying to overcome? Sometimes, seeking help from a professional is the best way to put things into perspective. As a committed psychotherapist, your family's well-being and mental strength is my number one priority. I’m happy to guide you through all of life’s challenges with the attention and care you deserve.

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"The act of revealing oneself fully to another and still being accepted may be the major vehicle of therapeutic help”

Irvin D. Yalom

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Guiding You On the Path of Self-Healing

According to the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, “MFT help people of all ages live happier, healthier and more productive lives.” Through the use of various psychotherapy methods and collaborative treatment measures, you will be able to develop life-changing habits to help you cope with any of life’s various obstacles. My therapy sessions are designed to dissect personal issues and provide families with effective tools to help them see the glass half full instead of half empty.

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I love helping families develop the tools they need to cope with all of life’s challenges. Contact me today to learn more and book a session.

48 Elm Street Allendale, NJ 07401

(845) 642-6697

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Personalized Attention for All Your Needs

Your first session will be different from future visits. The initial visit is a period for you and your therapist to get to know each other and get an idea of how to proceed. Future visits will be more therapeutic in nature. For example, in your second session, you may explore a specific symptom, problem, or past trauma you mentioned in the first session. Therapy sessions typically take place once a week on the same day and last 50 minutes.  

Depending on your identified goals, therapy can last a few sessions or several weeks, months or years. While you likely want to know how long it's going to take to "feel better," there's no simple answer. It's very individualized.

In most cases, a therapist is required to keep information discussed during therapy private. However, a therapist is required to breach confidentiality if a client poses an imminent threat to themselves, the therapist, or a third party. The exceptions to confidentiality are discussed during the initial intake  appointment. 

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