Are you a Business, Healthcare or Education Professional, or a University Student or an Emerging Adult?
Custom-tailored, DBT Skills Groups with Rolling Entry Are Available Now in Midtown Manhattan.
These Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) skills groups offer skills to help improve your Life on personal, social, and professional levels:
Groups help you build strategies to
• Deepen Self-Understanding
• Improve Effectiveness
• Realize Goals
• Be Mindful,
• Tolerate Stress,
• Regulate Emotions,
• Build Relationships.
• Convenient Location –
Opposite the Empire State Building.
• Clients can keep their existing primary therapists.
• Out-of-Network Insurance Reimbursement can be Available.
• Flexible Timing Options can Meet the
Demands of Your Schedule.
Join Us Throughout the Week:
Tuesday Late Afternoon
Wednesday Late Afternoon
Are you an Executive, Business Professional, Emerging Adult, Educator (Teacher), or University Student in NYC looking to make your life more meaningful?
Do you want to be more present in the moment, while reflecting on your past and planning for your future?
Do you want to be more effective in your relationships to get want you want and say no to what you don’t, while keeping your self-respect? Do you want to be able to regulate your emotions and handle distress?
I believe in the human capacities for hope, faith, and optimism. These capacities can be learned. DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) can be a helpful way for many to learn them. I believe that the learning can take place in an environment that incorporates joy and seriousness. I believe in the power of the journey to create a more authentic self. When it comes to understanding Executives, Business Professionals, Emerging Adults, Educators, and University Students, I can relate on multiple levels, because I have been them all and I have worked with all of those populations. I know about developing hopes and dreams and about creating an action plan to turn dreams into reality. I understand that sometimes life unfolds itself in a non-linear way and that not all those who wander are lost.