My Approach to Helping
Do you have a feeling that “something” is missing from your life and you can’t quite figure out what it is? Are you moving through each day with ruminating thoughts, fears, and feeling isolated even though you may be surrounded by people? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, there is an emotional block holding you back. The main blocks to living a full life are: fear, anger, grief, and shame. These blocks are unburdened wounds that need to be revealed and shared in order to live more fully. Together, we can chart the roadmap to unburden these wounds and get you on the path that you’ve been waiting for.
As a therapist, I integrate traditional therapeutic approaches with somatic-based, Tantric and Shamanic principles and practices that allow your truest essence to emerge and live a fuller, brighter and more abundant life. My approach is client-centered, steeped in compassion, and committed to your unfolding.
More Info About My Practice
Robert is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) with a private practice in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan. He has specialized training in body-centered psychotherapy that recognizes the intimate relationship between the human body and the psychological well-being of a person. Robert leads retreats and facilitate groups focused on using the body as a vehicle to radical psychological and spiritual healing and transformation. He also integrates Reiki, Tantric and Shamanic principles and practices with his clients as a way to bridge the human experience with the natural world and the energetic realms. He has a special interest in providing psychadelic integration support to individuals who have attended sacred Shamanic ceremonies, festivals or other related-type events. Robert is also deeply committed to supporting the LGBTQ community and working with non-binary gender individuals. He is sex-positive, poly and kink-friendly. His approach is client-centered, steeped in compassion, and committed to the client's unfolding to the fullest expression of themselves.