Advanced Counseling and Psychotherapy
—private offices in New York and New Jersey—

Manhattan, NY, Bergen, NJ
New York Local: (212) 996-3939

New Jersey Local: (201) 226-1880

Psychotherapy, Counseling and Medication Management 

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Adult, Marriage, Couples, Family, Child, Adolescent 

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Commonly Treated Issues Include:

Abuse / Trauma
Addictions / Habits
Alcohol / Drugs

Bipolar / Mood Disorders
Career / School
Caregiver Stress
Chronic Worry
Conflict / Trust

Eating / Weight Issues
Illness / Grief / Loss
Learning Problems

OCD / Obsessions
Panic / Fears
Parenting Issues

Personality Disorders
Sex / Intimacy
Sleep Issues
Women's / Men's Issues

Men's Issues

What are issues particularly facing men?

Being a man, you will have different issues to deal with in comparison to the type of issues women have. In part, this is because society as selected certain routes deemed acceptable and necessary when you are a man, which you must take on. As a man, society expects you to be strong enough to not make excuses of results that fall short of expectation. This will cause men to feel they must take on the world without asking for help and that they should not feel vulnerable or oppressed in any way. Men will often suffer from isolation and being lonely because of failure to recognize or regard their own feelings.

How Can Psychotherapy Help?

If you are a man psychotherapy can help you effectively create a medium where you can search for a way to challenge the norms of society you feel stuck in so as to explore challenging issues you normally fail to confront or talk about.

What are some of the topics discussed in therapy?

Topics often discussed in therapy by men in consist of anxiety, depression, relationship issues, self-esteem and sexual issues, relationship and intimacy issues, anger, life transitions, work stress, fatherhood, sexuality, communication difficulties, addictions, mid-life crises, adjusting to retirement, and financial issues. 

In a confidential, supportive, non-judgmental atmosphere, psychotherapy or counseling with a licensed psychologist, counselor, psychotherapist, psychiatric nurse practitioner, social worker, or psychiatrist can help the individual with the disorder to gain awareness, achieve positive behavioral change, and improve functioning in school, work, and relationships.

If this sounds like you or someone you know and you’d like more information about the treatment of men’s issues, call our office at 212-996-3939 to speak to someone today.