Midtown Manhattan/Columbus Circle Psychotherapy
Now is the best time to address the personal difficulties that have gotten in the way of your happiness or success. Whether your challenges are new or longstanding, therapy can empower you to overcome your obstacles and move forward with your life. Your choice of therapist is a key factor in facilitating your progress. Above all else, it is important that you feel connected to, understood, and respected by the therapist who guides you through this process.
I’m a New York State licensed psychologist with two decades of experience as a NYC therapist. Together, we can help you make progress toward your goals, enjoy more fulfilling relationships, manage your emotions, achieve success at work or school, and cope with life decisions, transitions, and stressors. I trained at some of NYC’s top clinical institutions, including New York University (NYU), Columbia University Medical Center/New York Presbyterian Hospital, and Kings County Hospital. As a NYC psychologist, I know my clients are busy and recognize that it can be challenging to fit therapy into your schedule. With this in mind, my practice is centrally located in Midtown Manhattan close to Columbus Circle and is easily accessible by public transportation.
I invite you to schedule a consultation so that I can help you make the necessary changes to get on track. To make an appointment, please call me at 646-319-7498, e-mail me at email@example.com, or simply click on the “Schedule Initial Consultation” button below.
I address issues that affect people from childhood through adulthood, and I currently work with a significant population of adults in their 20s, 30s, and 40s. Services include individual, couples and family psychotherapy, and parent counseling. I also offer referrals to psychiatrists in cases where psychopharmacology might be helpful to manage symptoms.
Dr. Saltzman is a member
of the WMHC:
Women’s Mental Health Consortium of NYC
How Often Will We Meet? Depending on your needs and availability, sessions are either weekly or twice weekly. In my experience, the success of therapy is strongly related to the client’s commitment to and investment in working on a consistent and regular basis; therefore, I generally do not offer therapy less frequently than once a