Adolescent Therapy

Adolescence is a time of incredible change and maturation. It is also a delicate balance of challenge and promise. Psychotherapy for adolescent clients focuses on their ability to find a comfortable stance between their own independence and their ongoing reliance on the adults in their lives. Therapy also helps teens to explore different areas of their lives: sexuality, identity, relationships (to name a few), in a safe and validating environment.

Adolescents often feel overwhelmed in their day-to-day lives. They may not know how to create a balance between managing friends, parents, school and extracurriculars. Some adolescents struggle with depression and anxiety, may engage in risky behaviors and self-harm, might feel suicidal, have difficulties making and maintaining friendships, and question why things happen in their worlds. Therapy provides an opportunity to explore these areas and come to a better understanding as to how to navigate them.

Through the primary use of CBT and/or DBT, the therapist helps adolescent clients integrate healthier coping strategies into their lives, helping them to build a live that is meaningful, fulfilling and worth living.


Dr. Jennifer Hartstein


Genise Acevedo


Oona Caplan


Tyler Alexandro Diaz


Jaime Gleicher


Garrett Reuscher, LMSW

Garrett Reuscher


Emily Roberts


Jen Rosati

Office Manager & Intake Coordinator

Ilana Sancha


Ivy J Campbell, LCSW

Ivy J Campbell


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
  • Relationship issues
  • Self-esteem issues