Drastic shifts are sometimes necessary to make room for what truly brings us happiness. These transitions may provoke anxiety, but they also prompt us to question, evolve, and finally become who we were meant to be. I am here to assist you in your journey of self-discovery, healing, and empowerment.
My approach is grounded in Psychodynamic and Relational Theory. We work together to understand your emotions, early-life experiences, and beliefs to gain insight into your present-day issues, unhealthy patterns, and your path ahead.
I specialize in accompanying my patients through major life transitions:
Discontent with the people and activities that once provided enjoyment
Self-questioning about who you are or where your life is going
Changes in family dynamics
Affairs and other relationship challenges
Loss and grief
Dr. Angela Sandone-BarrNCPsyA, PhD
Are you reasonably successful yet know you have the potential to be so much more?
Do you want your relationships to bring you more satisfaction and your career more success?
Do you want to work hard but have time to play too?
For 33 years, I have been helping people overcome life challenges. As an NAAP-certified psychoanalyst, I am comfortable working with individuals from diverse backgrounds and with a wide range of presenting problems. I invite you to contact me if you’d like to move your life forward to the one you deserve. I treat all individuals with respect and use humor and warmth to help facilitate the therapeutic relationship.
Sherri LevyClinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
I create a safe, supportive environment that allows for insight into your thoughts and emotions. My goal is to foster lasting growth that allows you to live a more rewarding life with deeper connection and meaning. I support you in breaking free from old patterns that no longer serve you and learn healthy, productive ways to cope with life’s challenges. I am skilled in psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral treatment that I tailor to your individual needs and goals. I appreciate the commitment it takes to live a more authentic life and look forward to working with you.
Josh ZlatkusCounselor, NCC
All individuals are able to change but may get stuck in patterns that do not serve them. My passion is working with teens ad individuals through their unique transitional challenges. Life transitions happen to all of us. It takes time for us to figure out who we are and where we are going. The key to working through a life transition is understanding what came before and what might come after.
I work with children, youth, and their families on such challenges as conflict, communication, parenting, defiance, adoption, and respect. The most crucial time to look for support is during the transition. Give yourself the opportunity to slow down and point yourself or a loved one in the direction you want to travel.