We are a group of 4 compassionate therapists who provide counseling for individuals and couples. We have two locations in midtown and the financial district.

  Amanda Polster, LMSW   Anxiety  Borderline Personality Disorder  Relationship Counseling  Abandonment & Attachment  Lyme Disease

Amanda Polster, LMSW

Anxiety

Borderline Personality Disorder

Relationship Counseling

Abandonment & Attachment

Lyme Disease

  Kacie MItterando, LMSW   Anxiety  Substance Abuse  Men’s Mental Health  Lyme Disease

Kacie MItterando, LMSW

Anxiety

Substance Abuse

Men’s Mental Health

Lyme Disease

  Paul Triggs, LMSW   Men’s Mental Health  Veteran’s Issues  Young Adult Transitions  Lyme Disease

Paul Triggs, LMSW

Men’s Mental Health

Veteran’s Issues

Young Adult Transitions

Lyme Disease

  Ruschelle Khanna, LCSW - Founder   Executive & Sport Performance  Hypnotherapy (IBS, Pain, Trauma)  Yoga-Therapy for Anxiety & Depression  Lyme Disease

Ruschelle Khanna, LCSW - Founder

Executive & Sport Performance

Hypnotherapy (IBS, Pain, Trauma)

Yoga-Therapy for Anxiety & Depression

Lyme Disease

Our clients walk away with tangible ideas about how to make their lives better.
— Ruschelle

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Do You Want To....

Develop Meaningful Connections

 

Many of us go through periods of intense loneliness due to life challenges.  Sometimes we have to become guarded and cut off in order to protect ourselves from abuse. The process of healing begins by taking a look at how we relate to ourselves and others.  Therapy can help you start to explore barriers and grow genuine, loving relationships.

 

 

Take A Natural Approach

 

While medication has it's place in improving mood, it's isn't a cure all for everything,  In fact, there is mounting evidence that says there are so many other things that work better.  Things like talk therapy, somatic therapies and energetic types of healing can be extremely beneficial when medication has failed. 

 

 

Be Understood

 

All of us want to be understood.  Sometimes it takes talking to someone who can relate and has "been there" for us to really feel supported.  All of the conditions we treat are things we have either personally experienced or have worked with for many years.  If we feel we can't support you in the way you need, we have a caring network of providers for which to refer.