150 Adelaide Ave.
Staten Island, NY 10306
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Whether you are looking for help with relationship issues or ways to manage anxiety, depression, or problems of everyday life, choosing a therapist is one of the most important decisions you can make. In my 18 years of experience, I have found that when clients feel secure, valued, and understood in the therapeutic relationship, exploration and resolution of difficult life experiences or painful emotions becomes possible. I see you as a person on a life journey toward meaning and happiness, not as a problem list. Together we can agree upon your personal goals for therapy or life coaching.
Many individuals come to therapy with a thoughtful awareness of what their concerns are. My goal is to help create positive change tailored to fit your particular concerns. I use a cognitive-behaviorial approach that focuses on thoughts, emotions and relational patterns to assist you in reaching your goals.
Life can be a wonderful adventure! Sometimes you just need to sort through numerous issues with a trusted therapist who will not judge you, but will be with you in a warm and understanding environment
|Practice Specialties or Interests:
in bold text)
Adult Children of Alcoholics
Impulse Control Disorders
St. John's University
|Additional Licenses/ Certifications:
||New York State Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Member of the New York Mental Health Counselor Association
||$90 per Individual session and $125 per Couple session
Accepted payments are cash , credit cards, and Personal Check
|Insurance and Billing Instructions:
||I do not accept any Insurances at this time.
||Flexible hours. Call for more information
||Frequently Asked Questions
When are you available?
Weekdays 11 am to 9 PM.
How soon can you see me?
In most cases I can schedule a new appointment for the next business day.
How long are the sessions?
A 50 minute counseling session.
Do you take insurance?
I take cash, Personal checks and all major credit cards.
How do I know if I should make an appointment?
If you have a life problem, a relationship problem, a substance abuse or addiction problem, or if you feel depressed, anxious or angry, you might benefit from counseling.
Does it matter what therapist I see?
I believe so. The better the "fit" the better the results.