Live in Long Island and seeking relief from anxiety? Reach out to anxiety and trauma expert Esther Goldstein LCSW to schedule your session today at her Cedarhurst office in Long Island, NY.Read More
Have you been struggling with anxiety that has no “apparent” cause?
There’s nothing in particular that’s on your mind, yet there’s this nagging feeling of worry, of panic or of fear. You may be dreading a time of year, a new interaction, a recent shift in your love relationship or demands your family or work life is putting on you, but none of these equate to the feeling of discomfort you’re experiencing. I so get how uncomfortable and confusing it can be to not understand the “reason” for the pain.
If you are experiencing symptoms related to anxiety but don’t have a recent stressor, or trauma that it can be attributed to, I invite you to look deeper.Read More
Do you need trauma therapy?
I’ve provided a 10 step self questionnaire that let you know if you’re ready for trauma therapy. Now, healing from any kind of trauma takes time and is dependent on your unique pace. However, if you’ve had some symptoms that you were hoping would go away and they just aren’t letting up, it may be time to reach out to an expert to help you heal.Read More
Parenting and Counseling in Five Towns and Long, Island NY. Schedule your session with expert in anxiety and parenting counseling Esther Goldstein LCSW
How can you provide a framework for your children to develop into confident, solid individuals who can build meaningful lives? Let's take a look at the trajectory of a life. A child comes into this world seeking safety, seeking love, seeking connection and responsiveness.Read More
Are you in the Five Towns, Nassau County or Long Island and looking for a therapist who can help you?
I understand how hard it is to venture out and seek someone who you will open up to, and allow them in to help you with your innermost worries, hopes, fears and wishes. At the same time, I commend you for beginning this search as it takes one step to begin making the change you seek; and research proves that good therapy helps people committed to change.
In my many years as a therapist, and even before then, many individuals had shared with me that they'd been"therapy shopping" for a while and were feeling frustrated. They had either started and felt confused or misunderstood the process, or began seeing someone and weren't sure how to know if it was a right fit and if they were progressing as they had hoped.
I've delineated some basic pointers on how to be good consumer of psychotherapy.Read More