Steven H. Graubard, PhD
Psychologist, Lic. No. PSY30277
We all want to become, be, and remain adults able to enjoy times of great happiness and grow from times of stress, difficulty, and sadness. This is not an easy process and requires learning from feeling, thinking about, and experiencing the ups and downs of our lives, understanding what our experiences mean, where they come from, and what we can do to make changes in our lives. In this process we know that we can experience anxiety, depression, stress, tension, and many other things that require professional help in order to maintain our footing, keep moving forward in our lives, and make the changes that will result in greater and longer-lasting personal satisfaction.
I practice psychodynamic and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. I work with adults, 17 and up, individually or as couples, on a wide variety of issues, such as anxiety, depression, OCD, bipolar disorder, personality issues, career and life transitions, relationship issues, and resiliency issues. I also use cognitive approaches, as needed, such as CBT.
Taking the first step in finding a therapist requires courage and a desire to not only feel better but also be open to understanding yourself. The first step is to pick up the phone and make an appointment. The first sessions are an opportunity for you to tell me what’s on your mind and for me to get a good idea about how we can work together.
Anxiety, behavioral issues, career counseling, chronic pain, coping skills, dissociative disorders, divorce, LGBTQ+ issues, grief, pre-marital/marital issues, internet addiction, men’s issues, mood disorders, obsessive-compulsive problems, peer relationships, relationship issues, sexual addiction, trauma
Coaching, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eclectic Intervention, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Mindfulness-based (MBCT), Existential Therapy, Family/
Adults, elders (65+)