Guiding Children, Teens, Adults and Families Toward Lasting Change and Lives Worth Living

Specialists in Dialectical and Cognitive Behavioral Therapies (DBT and CBT)

  • Anxiety (including Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Panic Attacks, School Refusal and Social Phobia)
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Anger Management
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Depression
  • Emotion Regulation Issues
  • Family Problems
  • Impulsivity and Behavior Problems
  • Non-Suicidal Self-Injury
  • Relationship Issues
  • Self-Esteem Issues
  • Trauma

OUR CLINICAL TEAM

Dr. Jennifer Hartstein

Psy.D.

Genise Acevedo

LMSW

Oona Caplan

LCSW-R

Tyler Alexandro Diaz

LCSW

Jaime Gleicher

LMSW

Emily Roberts

MA, LMHC

Jen Rosati

Office Manager & Intake Coordinator

Ilana Sancha

LMSW

Alison Trenk

MA, LCSW

Tracey Weiss

LCSW

LATEST FROM OUR BLOG

  • In Cognitive Behavior Therapy, we call a thinking mistake, catastrophizing. It happens when one overestimates a threat of danger that the worst case scenario will happen. It also can be compounded when a person simultaneously underestimates their own coping skills. This then leads to a heightened emotion of fear, more commonly known as anxiety and worry.

  • Most parents misunderstand motivation. We think what motivates us will also motivate our children. However, that’s not necessarily the case.

  • April is Stress Awareness month. Everyone experiences stress, we just all experience it differently. Stress is the reaction to certain situations when a person feels anxious or threatened. It’s an "in the moment" reaction that can have a lasting impact on your body.