Posts Tagged "NYC"

The Ins-and-Outs of Online Therapy

Posted on Oct 10, 2015

NYC life can often look like this: You’re running around from place to place, multitasking as usual. You’re going to work, rushing off to appointments, doing errands, or taking care of your children or other family members. You might have a date, or a networking event to attend. Or maybe your commute is a total nightmare. The 123, NQR, 456, LIRR, and the rest of those number-letter combinations that represent our famous New York transportation lines are significantly delayed (or not running at all – we’ve all been there!) – Maybe the weather is terrible. Or maybe you’re feeling under the weather yourself! You don’t want to miss your therapy appointment, but sometimes life can, and does, get in the way. What do you do?

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Feeling Stuck in Your Career?

Posted on Apr 9, 2015

If you think about it, your time at work might be taking up the majority of your waking hours. When you’re feeling stuck in your career, or are unhappy and frustrated at your job, it can sometimes feel as if your whole life is in a holding pattern. If this resonates with you, something needs to change!

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The ABCs of Friendship

Posted on Mar 19, 2015

Many of us have experienced fulfilling, lasting, loving friendships, as well as some that have come and gone. The latter can be especially painful. Why do some friendships last for several years, sometimes stretching out to a lifetime, while others do not? Here are my ABC’s of friendship, in acronym form. What rings true for you when it comes to friendship?

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Ballet Dancer: Two tips beyond the tips of your toes

Posted on Mar 11, 2015

I see a lot of parallels between life and dance, probably because of my own history as a ballet dancer. I’ve learned that just as balance is crucial in dance, it is also vitally important in life. Every day is a balancing act! In my work as a psychotherapist, when I’m in session with dancers, musicians, actors, and other types of artists, a theme regularly emerges: artists often struggle as they work tirelessly to perfect the artistic integrity of their craft.

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6 Tips: Beating the Winter Blues

Posted on Feb 20, 2015

If wintertime makes you cringe, you’re definitely not alone. Being outside in these freezing temperatures and brutal winds, and risking your life on those dangerous patches of ice, is not exactly the most enjoyable aspect of the season. With that being said, how do you get through the rest of this winter’s chill without letting it compromise your mental health and well-being? Read on for my 6 winter mood-boosting tips…

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