How to Manage Changes and Transitions Successfully!

"The only thing that is constant is change."   -Heraclitus, 500 B.C.E     Life is Full of Changes and Transitions Have you ever heard the saying, “The only thing that is constant thing is change”?  It was said first by Heraclitus, about 2500 years ago- yet it still rings true today.  Whether you’re relocating to a new city, finding or ending a relationship, or navigating a promotion or other job change, life is challenging you t [ + ]

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How to Choose a Therapist

There are many things to consider in choosing a therapist and I have often been asked which is the most important. It’s hard to say exactly which ingredient is the most important, but good rapport is certainly a vital component of a positive client-therapist alliance. When clients feel that they are understood in an environment with genuine concern, it is easier to expect positive results. Beyond the therapeutic alliance, there are also [ + ]

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30, Single, and Dating On a Timeline? Part 1: Could He Be the One?

A single woman in her late twenties or early thirties may find herself looking to find a husband sooner rather than later. With her self-esteem on the line or her biological clock ticking in her ears, she may be on a one-year timeline, meaning that after one year of dating, she’s expecting a proposal of marriage. How does a woman determine if the man she’s dating is on the same timeline? A dating pace with the one-year timeline in mind [ + ]

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Women’s Fertility Game Changer: Egg Freezing

As a clinical psychologist, I have encountered many women in their late 20's and early 30’s who have anxiety because their biological clock is ticking, and they are nowhere near ready to have a baby-- many of them feel they are too busy with careers or graduate school; and others struggle because they want to wait till they find a husband before becoming pregnant-- yet they have no way of knowing when Mr Right will materialize. More and [ + ]

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Why Am I Still Single?

Feb 13, 2015

Follow my blog with Bloglovin "Why am I still single?" It’s a question I hear a lot in my practice. As a clinical psychologist in New York City, I work with many successful clients -- while they’re really good at getting things done in their professional lives, their dating life is either nonexistent or chaotic. If you’re anything like my clients, you may at times feel frustrated because while you believe you’ve done all the right t [ + ]

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