When you are struggling with things like anxiety, trauma, chronic illness issues, or navigating relationships, it’s often difficult to know what to do or who to turn to for help.
As a result, perhaps you are ready to make the changes that you’ve been procrastinating to make, and the time is now.
Or perhaps, you’re not yet quite sure what needs to change, but you do know that it’s time to do something different. You are certainly ready to feel better and grab hold of that life that you want to live.
Regardless of where you are in the process of creating the change that you want for yourself, you are in the right place here. We want to tell you that is possible for you to learn new and long-lasting ways of coping, managing, and adapting to the world around you.
If you have been struggling with any of the following thoughts…
“I’m constantly worried about what will happen tomorrow, so it’s hard for me to enjoy today altogether”
“I should be happy, but, I’m not. And I can’t figure out why”
“I know that something has got to change, but where do I even start?”
“I am terrified of having to make decisions”
“What will people think of me?”
“Nothing I do is good enough”
“I want to connect with others, why is it so hard for me?”
…then you can feel confident that this is a good place to take that courageous first step.
For the most part, you’ve been trying to cope on your own.
However, even on good days, it can be difficult to manage. Cohesive Therapy NYC can help make the emotional work that you do day-in and day-out more effective, and, likewise, can help you feel like you are in control again.
Karen is the Founder and Clinical Director of Cohesive Therapy NYC. She specializes in Anxiety disorders, and has a sub-specialty anxiety related to Disorders of Gut-Brain Interaction (DGBI) such as IBS, chronic illnesses such as Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), adulthood impact of Childhood Emotional Neglect (CEN), inter-generational trauma and expat assimilation. You’ll find Karen’s approach to be interactive, authentic and goal-oriented.
Danielle’s approach provides you with the best of both worlds. By combining effective and practical mind-body connective techniques such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), mindfulness and insight-oriented practices, Danielle helps you heal both mind and body when treating different forms of trauma, including PTSD, childhood emotional trauma and IBS-related anxiety symptoms.
Rachel’s approach to therapy is warm and interactive yet pragmatic and creative. Working with Rachel will teach you how to incorporate various techniques including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and mindfulness to help navigate the everyday challenges that are keeping you stuck. Rachel’s specialties include anxiety management, navigating life transitions, dealing with chronic illness and palliative care.
Frank’s approach to therapy is that of a collaborative experience, filled with warmth, respect, and humor. Frank uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) along with other evidence-based modalities to help you achieve change. Whether you feel stuck because of relationship conflicts, life transitions, addiction, or struggles with attention and focus, he has extensive training and experience to help.
Ready to get started? Here’s what to expect:
Step 1: Free 20 Minute Phone Consultation
Our relationship will start with a free 20-minute consultation to better understand your goals and how we can help. We’ll also cover any questions you may have and make sure that we are a good fit for your needs.
Step 2: Paperwork
Once you’ve completed your free 20-minute phone consultation, we will discuss scheduling and put your information into our system. You’ll then be provided with your online intake and consent forms to fill and once it is all submitted electronically, we will schedule your first appointment.
Step 3: Meet Your Therapist
Following the consultation and paperwork, you’ll get to meet your therapist and start treatment – your therapist will work with you to come up with a plan to help you reach your goals.