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Psychotherapy & Couples Counseling

Ms. Nachamie provides individual psychotherapy and couple's counseling for a wide range of issues including interpersonal and work-related concerns, life transitions, anxiety and depression. Using an integrative approach combining talk therapy, cognitive behavioral techniques and clinical hypnotherapy, she addresses specific concerns including weight management, smoking cessation, and stress reduction.

With a strong background in parenting, Ms. Nachamie provides individual and couples treatment to families and single parents, as well as couples deciding whether to become parents.

Ms. Nachamie has extensive experience treating those who are exceptionally successful in their professional lives, including media, the arts, finance and business, with facial and/or name recognition. She helps her clients successfully navigate the particular set of conflicts and stresses of lives in the public eye.  She also has the priviledge of helping those struggling to make ends meet, and those in the middle.

In addition to her professional training, Ms. Nachamie holds an MFA in Writing from Columbia University, which proves invaluable in understanding the creative process.

To maintain the privacy of all of her clients and to keep the contract for personal growth a mutual agreement between the client and Ms. Nachamie, she does not participate in insurance panels. If a client has a policy with out-of-network benefits, and chooses to submit, most companies will reimburse. She also offers a sliding scale.

Ms. Nachamie’s working style is interactive. Regardless of their marital or parental status, or sexual orientation, most of Ms. Nachamie’s clients experience a positive change in their lives due to therapy.

Ms. Nachamie is certified by the Art of Dying Institute in End of Life Counseling. This has given her tools to address the next developmental stage of life: death. She has begun helping her clients face their own mortality, the mortality of their parents, and how to handle death if they are still parenting young children.