Therapy to help you
and feel better.
With over 10 years of experience in the mental health industry, this is what I've learned:
1. Change is Possible.
Are you feeling stuck? Or like a shell of yourself? Completely burnt out and overwhelmed? Or caught in a whirlwind of anxious thoughts?
Sometimes, our life circumstances can get in the way of our ability to cope.
With support, you’ll be able to find inner peace, and experience more moments of joy.
2. You're More capable than you realize.
When life throws us curve balls, it’s easy to lose sight of who we truly are.
Luckily, humans are incredibly resilient. We are born to not just survive, but to THRIVE!
When you learn to access the resiliency that is already inside of you, you’ll be able to better navigate the challenges that life brings.
3. Life Moves Very Quickly.
And you are going to die one day. I don’t say this to scare you. I say it to inspire you.
We all have one life to live. You deserve to feel happy and fulfilled while you’re still here. And you can start NOW.
By investing in your wellbeing, you’ll be able to look back on your choices, your relationships, and how you spent your days, and be proud of the way you lived your life.
Hi, I'm Paige.
I’m a Licensed Psychotherapist with a Private Practice in New York (Williamsburg, Brooklyn to be exact). And I’m an Adjunct Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University.
In my practice, I work with young professionals who are experiencing, anxiety, depression, trauma, and self-esteem issues.
I combine CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) with psychodynamic therapy and positive psychology to help you create a more constructive narrative of yourself.
By working together, you’ll be able to make positive changes in the here and now, while also gaining a more compassionate understanding of how you came to be who you are.
My hope for you is that you’ll learn to view yourself from a kinder lens, form more intimate relationships, reduce feelings of anxiety, and create inner peace.
"After working with Paige for 2 years I can honestly say I see a lot of personal growth from when I first met her. Paige helped me work through many ups and downs over the past couple of years that I do not think I would have persevered through without our weekly sessions. She is extremely approachable and genuine. I have worked with Paige both in person and online and in both environments she has provided me with a safe and comfortable space. I highly recommend working with her!"
- MFormer Client
"I started seeing Paige when I was having a crisis in my career. She ended up providing therapy for much more than just my job. Each session, I find myself delving into a different area of my life that I didn't realize needed exploring. My communication with my friends, family and partner are all so much better because of my sessions with Paige. I am able to really pinpoint my needs and express them. Paige can lightly steer the conversation in a way that doesn't feel forced, but the end result is where I need to be. This therapy has contributed to my overall health and quality of life. I can't recommend her enough."
- JCurrent Client
"Paige is extremely supportive and open-minded, yet knows how to challenge you when you need to explore a new perspective. She has helped me navigate a very wide spectrum of topics, from work challenges to deep-rooted family issues, breakups + dating, the loss of pets, stress from the pandemic + political atmosphere, and just about everything in between. Paige creates a judgement-free, safe space where you can be vulnerable and work through anxiety and depressive moods at a pace that feels comfortable. She also offers tangible techniques that you can practice and implement in your daily life."
- ECurrent Client
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