Short or long-term psychotherapy can alleviate or heal psychological trauma, as well as anxiety and mood disorders.
The one-hour sessions can also help you deal with life transitions—stressful career change, divorce, financial setbacks, and the like—along with bereavement and relationship difficulties.
Psychotherapy can give you a deeper comprehension of yourself, enabling greater meaning and satisfaction in your daily experience and your relationships.
Through this understanding, you can move with confidence toward your goals and find richer meaning in life.
“I have suffered from major depression for decades. Finding Robert was transformative. He has the genuine curiosity to really get me. And, in so doing, I better get myself — deep down, from childhood trauma to the coping mechanisms enacted over years. He has enabled healing for which I will be forever thankful.”
“We have been lucky to work as a couple with Robert for more than 10 years. His guidance has sustained us through many challenging and unexpected life events. His insight into the human condition is profound, and we leave each appointment with a better understanding of each other, and with an increased kindness towards ourselves.”
“Robert is an incredibly skilled and compassionate therapist. The quality of care and guidance he provides is both deeply personal and sensitive. He helped me to uncover and transform deep seated patterns and heal old wounds. Thanks to Robert, I am a much more integrated, self-aware, and wholesome human being.”
“I’m so thankful to have worked with Robert for so many years. His knowledge and expertise is immense, but pales in comparison to his kindness and curiosity. I would recommended his services to just about anyone.”
“Through our work, I was able to stop drinking, learn to be more relaxed, and present and build a healthier, more satisfying life. While surrounded by loving and supportive friends and family, Robert was the only one who walked with me to sobriety and I am deeply indebted to him for his kindness, humor, love and skill.”
“I never thought I’d meet someone as empathic and impactful as Robert. He truly changed my life for the better for myself and those I love. A true partner in discovery, he and I have walked together to my sobriety and a greater sense of my many narratives and needs. We still have tons of work to do, but I’m deeply grateful to him for his love, knowledge, compassion, curiosity and kindness.”
“It’s a bit overwhelming to think of distilling how much I value our sessions into a few pithy words. Truly, from my perspective, it’s beyond simple expression. If you like, you can quote that!”
This brief, intensive form of psychotherapy utilizes ketamine, a short-acting, legal medicine that can produce mild to extreme trance-like states and allow for profound connection to emotions and embedded psychological patterns.
It was approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 1970. Primarily used to relieve pain during minor surgery, recent research has shown the drug to be remarkably effective in assisting in the treatment of psychological disorders.
Rather than focusing exclusively on the psychedelic experience, I work within a well-established clinical model using the psychedelic experience in the service of deep internal and relational psychotherapy focused on effecting long-term change and healing.
With a focus on early-career professionals, I provide consultation for clinicians who want to think through difficult cases and consider alternative approaches and stances.
Areas of focus include: