Good and effective therapy is about connection. Therapy can be about solving problems—resolving conflicts and challenges that sometimes come up for us as we live our lives. Therapy can also be about making meaning. Sometimes in the course of daily living, we get stuck or stalled. That stuck-ness is often accompanied by depression, hopelessness, frustration, anxiety, conflicts with the people we love, or just an overwhelming sense that something is not right.
Good, connected and vibrant therapy is a powerful and effective way to get unstuck.
By creating—in full partnership with you—a non-judgmental, safe space for you to reclaim your life’s natural forward momentum, the stuck can become ‘unstuck’, depression can lift, anxiety eased and hope restored.
It has been my genuine pleasure and privilege to work toward positive change for more than 25 years with people --adolescents and adults--who find themselves in all manner of challenging places in their lives—struggling with addiction, struggling in recovery, in transition, in spiritual crisis, even in despair. I have seen for myself the deep power of person-centered therapy to help people toward positive change. I have witnessed people rediscover a sense of purpose and meaning.
Our work together will be authentic, warm and deeply respectful. We’ll even laugh along the way (maybe not the first day).
I can promise you that I will listen deeply and when I respond, it will be in an authentic, accessible voice. I commend you for for taking this huge step forward toward being your best self.
I look forward to hearing from you!
I Specialize In:
- Men's Issues
Tailored To Your Needs
Together, we can identify what's holding you back and make the changes to help you become your best self.
E Noach Shapiro, LCSW
I work with adolescents and adults who are experiencing relationship conflicts, depression, anxiety, and substance use/abuse issues. Working together we'll envision what moving forward looks like for you: short-term, CBT, grief and addiction work, adolescent depression and anxiety. In all cases, you set the pace and agenda. Continue Reading