Psychotherapy and Couples Therapy in New York City

Coupon, Couples Therapy in New York City, NY

I am a psychotherapist in Greenwich Village, with offices on University Place near Union Square. I have been in practice for over two decades. 


In my work I stress empathy, mutuality, and openness.  I see people of all ages, and with issues ranging from depression, to relationship concerns, and to problems of adjustment in work and life. I am straight but considered gay friendly with a number of lesbian and gay patients.  Most of my work is with adults who bring all kinds of issues and concerns into therapy, but I also treat quite a few couples in crisis and some adolescents.


I would say my motto is that we live life looking forward but can only understand it looking back.


Experience You Can Trust

I am a Training and Supervising Analyst at TRISP in New York, and a Professor of History at John Jay College and the Graduate Center at The City University of New York. I have written a number of books, from a psychological study of Abraham Lincoln, to a book based on in-depth interviews with World Trade Center Disaster survivors, and the definitive biography of Heinz Kohut, the leading thinker in the creation of contemporary psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.



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Pulitzer Prize Nominee, 2001 & 2011  |  Gradiva Award for the Best Biography in Psychoanalysis in 2001  2005 the Goethe Award from the Section on Psychoanalysis of the Canadian Psychological Association  Writer of the Year Award, Lincoln Library, 1982
Director of "Lincoln's Thought & the Present," National Endowment for the Humanities, 1976-79  |  Harvard B.A. Magna Cum Laude, 1966

American Psychoanalytical Association (Honorary Member)  |   National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis
The American Historical Association   |   International Self Psychology Association   |   Training and Research Institute in Self Psychology