Coping with Grief

I put you at ease, I get to the heart of the matter, and I help you put things in perspective

I approach the problems of a grieving person with empathy and professional understanding.

Individuals and groups experience loss in various ways; it can be sudden or at the end of a long exhausting ordeal.

You may be grieving for a family member, have suffered a physical injury, lost a career or a home.

It can be a very difficult process, but if you can recognize grief, you can begin to address one of life’s greatest challenges.

I also help workers with problems in the workplace and counsel groups in times of community crisis


telephone: (212) 721-9325

I have two conveniently located offices:

in Midtown Manhattan’s Grand Central district
accessible to all public transportation
280 Madison Avenue
Suite 1402
New York, New York 10016

on Manhattan’s Upper West Side
also accessible to all public transportation
157 West 79th St #7D
New York, New York 10024

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