I can help you with:
- Life Transitions
- Personality Disorders
I can help you with:
I create a safe, collaborative environment to allow clients to explore their thoughts and behaviors in hopes of finding their best self.
Whether this is your first time or a transition in therapy, I hope to be a resource for you on your journey.
While we plan for a valued future, I look to help introduce strategies and skills to manage the intricacies of life and plan for life’s next steps.
Greg believes in a balanced approach to therapy, where clients bridge their past to their present, using the information to plan for the future. With a background in education, Greg firmly believes we are all lifelong learners.
In sessions, he helps navigate the day-to-day intricacies, while introducing skills and tools to build newer, healthier habits as a vehicle to a more fulfilling future.
Greg is a graduate of New York University’s Silver School of Social Work, where he studied Cognitive Behavior Therapy, focusing on adolescent and adult individuals.
As a student, Greg completed his advanced standing internship in a CBT specialized private practice, where he received supervised training in CBT in addition to completing training with the Beck Institute and in Trial Based Cognitive Therapy (TBCT).
Before beginning his role as a therapist, Greg taught in the New York City Charter School systems. As an elementary and middle school teacher, he engaged in the educational and emotional development of children ranging from 5 to 13.
Greg’s focus on the emotional and cognitive components of education led to a deeper desire to understand mental wellbeing. As a result, Greg transitioned to social work where he gained clinical experience in New York City’s transitional housing.
In his experience working with the homeless population, he provided clinical intervention and support for homeless individuals struggling with addiction, anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, and more. Greg graduated with a BA in Classical Studies & Religious Studies from Hamilton College in 2011.
Ask us anything — wherever you are in the therapy process, we’re here to listen!
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