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Recently I spoke with some prospective clients who had inquired specifically about Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).  In each case my hunch proved correct: someone, such as a psychiatrist, who doesn’t practice psychotherapy, had recommended this form of therapy.  These callers didn’t really know what it was or if that was what they wanted; they were […]

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Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Can Help Depressed Patients Where Other Treatments Fail

I work with many people struggling with depression and anxiety. As many of my patients can attest, although there are no quick answers or cookie-cutter solutions, with our joint commitment to delve deeply into the causes of their depression in order to seek true remedies and promote lasting change, they often feel better, less depressed […]

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