Therapy is about the hero’s journey.
Coming out of the ashes and into the sunshine.
Therapy is a collaborative process of growth and self-discovery. In my sessions, I promote behavioral transformation by encouraging a positive outlook and the adoption of new attitudes and reactions. I have the tools and professional experience to help you get back on track.
Hank* has it all!
Hank appeared to have it all – money, friends, and a great job. He had pulled himself up from a lower-class childhood to achieve a higher level of success than what he had growing up in Tallahassee, Florida.
His friends and family back home didn’t understand what he was doing in New York. They also didn’t understand why, at 30 years old, he hadn’t settled down with a wife and kids yet.
Or does Hank really have it all?
Hank felt increasingly isolated. He had been in a few relationships but had not found anyone that he wanted to settle down with as an adult.
His last girlfriend seemed to have it all at first. She even threw him a surprise birthday party and invited all his friends – something that no one had ever done for him before. But in time, Hank split with her after she had an affair with his best friend.
Hank was feeling extreme anger and guilt afterwards. He wanted more from life but did not feel like he had anyone to turn to who would understand. He needed someone to talk to and decided to come to therapy.
He made an appointment with me.
Therapy can turn your life around.
In therapy, Hank learned how to find a healthy balance in his relationships, leisure, professional, and physical and mental health. He found ways to love himself more, communicate better with his family, and friends, and how to improve his relationships while still pursuing his dreams.
Hank found a safe place to vent and talk through his hopes and dreams. He was able to speak about things he was ashamed of and his biggest fears. It was not easy at first. In time, Hank learned to live with pride and confidence in ways he didn’t know were possible prior to starting therapy.
*’Hank’ is an assumed name.
Dig up your courage and call Dr. Glickman.
Learn how therapy can help you achieve the kind of transformation that Hank (based on real people but not a real person) experienced. Call now for a free 15-minute phone consultation.
Asking for help and admitting you don’t know takes courage.
Dr. Glickman can help you find more peace, resolve conflicts, and manage your time better.
Together, you can even reduce nagging physical symptoms and habits that exist to distract you from the things you are afraid to confront on your own.
In therapy, you can find a safe oasis where you can unload the things that have been standing in your way and find effective strategies to help you achieve your goals.
Take the first step toward emotional balance!
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