Adult Attention Deficient Disorder

ADD can be the cause of an inability to manage your time, not completing tasks. Failure to pay close attention to details or making careless mistakes. Excessive distractibility, procrastination, inability to begin an activity. ADD can be managed with a combination of education and coaching. Sometimes a mild stimulant can be helpful.

Couples Therapy

In order for a relationship to succeed you need to work on it every day. Sometimes communication problems develop which can make this hard. This can be caused by past resentments, unmet expectations, mistakes made by one or both people in the relationship. My role as a couples therapist is to repair the communication and get both partners to work together for the relationship instead of against each other.

Depression

Depression is categorized by feelings of sadness and worthlessness. Individuals may also experience a change in appetite. Some people may eat more food to help them feel better. Others may experience a loss of appetite. Fatigue is a common trait and many sufferers have trouble getting up to start their day. Individuals with depression may have trouble with concentration and memory.

EMDR

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a therapeutic process which will clear troubling emotions and negative thinking linked to trauma and other painful past experiences.

Spiritual Centered Therapy

A way to help you reconcile your relationship with God\Higher Power if that’s what you feel you need; once the relationship is healed the rest is up to you and God.

Anxiety and Phobias

Overcome fear of public speaking, common phobias as fear of spiders, heights, etc. You can also overcome panic attacks.

Career Mapping and Strategizing

Learn how to master "Workplace Savvy". Understand the political current so you go with the flow instead of against it. Learn when, how and with whom to schmooze. Become valued in your current job role and position yourself to advance in your professional career.

 

 


Barry Herbach, LCSW

212-229-7451

 

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