Posts in emotional wellness
EMDR Therapy For The Anxious Overachiever + 5 Questions for Clarity

EMDR and Psychotherapy for the Anxious Overachiever

Are you an anxious overachiever? Or an overachiever with levels of anxiety that have been making you feel like you’re spinning in circles? Here are 5 Questions to ask yourself to get clarity on that answer!

Also, I’ve provided some info on what kinds of counseling can help you live a better life. Healthier Work Goals + Less Stress + more Joy and Presence = More meaningful life.

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What is Trauma? Trauma Therapy Explained

As human beings, none of us can avoid the difficulties and sometimes traumatic experiences of life. However, we are all impacted differently and if you've been impacted by traumatic stress, I encourage you to  prioritize your healing so you can get back to a healthy equilibrium. Trauma and stress can be tough, but they don't need to leave a lasting impact.

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Do you know what kind of trauma you have?

Seeking relief from your anxiety and trauma symptoms? Schedule your first appointment with Trauma + Anxiety expert Esther Goldstein LCSW. Using Somatic methods, EMDR, Parts Work and Expressive Arts she helps clients heal past wounds and experience lasting relief.

Cedarhurst office in Long Island

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Self-Test to GAD (generalized anxiety disorder)

Do I have run-of-the mill-anxiety or do I suffer from a generalized anxiety disorder, also called GAD? Here’s a simple self-test with 11 questions to ask yourself.

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How EMDR Can Help Your Anxiety

Do you have anxiety that’s been bugging you for a while? Read on if you’d like to learn more about a therapy method called Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) that has proven to be helpful for clients with anxiety!

Counseling for anxiety in Five Towns, Nassau County and Across Long Island in New York.

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How long will therapy take? 3 Pointers For Clarity

How long will my therapy take?

I've heard individuals share that they are concerned about starting therapy because there's a notion that once you start therapy, you will be on the couch forever. If you should decide to go to therapy, for any reason, it does not mean that you are becoming a "shrink-goer" for life. You always have the choice to end therapy at any point in time. Some attend for one session, three sessions, a few months or a few years.

To help you feel more clear on the next steps in seeking therapy, I've identified three pointers that will impact the length of your treatment

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