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Coming Back Together

Posted by midtowncounselingnyc in Couples, Relationships

Coming Back Together is an article Christina Curtis, LMFT wrote for Yoffie Life.  In this article, Christina challenges couples to nurture and foster their relationships by listening to one another, talking things out, and spending quality time together. From the article… “Marriage is a living thing. To grow properly, it…

Depression Counseling

Posted by Natalie Gutierrez in Depression

Feeling sad, isolated, unmotivated, or overwhelmed seems to be common responses to life in an active city like New York City. We are required to always be “on”, handling hundreds of tasks simultaneously as you drown in work and familial responsibilities.  Depression is a common experience here in NYC. Signs…

Low Cost Individual Therapy and Couples Counseling, NYC

Posted by midtowncounselingnyc in Uncategorized

We are very pleased to provide low cost counseling services/ sliding scale therapy, when participating in our training program. Clients can receive individual therapy and couples counseling at a reduced fee. This is a great opportunity both for the psychotherapist and client. Our program consists of psychotherapists in training to become…

Anger Management Group NYC

Posted by midtowncounselingnyc in Anger Management Group

Are you angry? Do you experience too much aggravation and frustration? Are you quick to react, and lose your temper? We are pleased to announce a new anger management group forming in midtown, NYC. The group will begin Wednesday, March 19th and meet every Wednesday, from 7:30-8:45. Join us to…

Couples Communication Skills Workshop in NYC: Saturday, Feb 1

Posted by midtowncounselingnyc in Workshops

Couples Communication Skills Workshop: February 1 Primary, romantic relationships often present us with the most rewarding and challenging dynamics. Most couples come to our practice in need of ways to communicate what they feel, want, and need. And…most couples report not feeling heard by their partner, and say that conflicts…

Post-Holiday Couple Conflict

Posted by midtowncounselingnyc in Couples, Relationships

The reality of holidays is that they are stressful! We all dream of the fantasy gathering, painted countless times by TV, Movies, and our own hopes and dreams of what family means. After all… it is a time to come together as a family unit, give thanks for how grateful…

Choosing Our Relationships

Posted by larrytorrent in Couples, Relationships

When we boil it down, marriage and relationship is a choosing.  When we couple, we are in effect stating to our friends, our families, to the universe and to our partners that we pick this person.   It is stipulated in the marriage vows.  “I take (choose) this person as my…

Love is Not An Emotion…

Posted by larrytorrent in Couples, Love, Relationships

Some of you may have already heard that love is not one of our basic emotions.  It may sound like heresy but love is not what you feel about another nor is it what you might say.  Love is what you do.  With the couples in my private practice in…

Developing Your Inner Fact Checker

Posted by allisonlefkowitcz in Anxiety

Like any juicy tabloid magazine sometimes our minds can “print” something that might not be necessarily true, especially when we are under stress or experiencing anxiety.  When we find ourselves in an anxious state, our minds can read to us endless stories of impending doom and fear. Though sometimes the…

8 Weeks to a Better Brain

Posted by marycordelia in Anxiety, Depression, Meditations, Mindfullness

The current issue of the Harvard Gazette has a fascinating article entitled Eight Weeks to a Better Brain that shines new light on the real and measurable positive effects of mindfulness practice. Treatment for depression nyc. It was incredibly gratifying to read this, and of course I immediately forwarded the…

Hazy Recall and Depression

Posted by marycordelia in Creative Healing, Depression, Groups

I’ve been teaching Mindfulness as a tool to deal with depression and anxiety for a number of years, and the other day, a friend forwarded me this article from the NY Times, “Hazy Recall as a Signal Foretelling Depression.”  It talks about the connection between depression and “overgeneral memory” —…

11/12 One-Day Anger Management Workshop in NYC

Posted by Ellen Gregory LMFT in Workshops

ONE DAY ANGER Management WORKSHOP – November 12, 2011- www.MidtownMFT.com Midtown MFT provides an in-depth look at the core of anger. If you experience frequent, intense anger and behave destructively to yourself or others when angry, you may benefit from this anger management workshop. Clients can expect: Body and breath…