I work with adolescents, adults and couples. To explore unsatisfying relationships and issues of personal identity, I draw on concepts from dynamic, relational and cognitive behavioral psychology. I see psychotherapy as a collaboration, a co-creation between therapist and patient.
With individuals, I work with problems of anxiety, of life transitions, of the workplace, of love in all it's forms. Where there are issues of addiction, depression and difficult early attachment, I draw on my experience as a supervising psychologist in inner city hospitals.
With couples, work begins by establishing where the individuals are now. Then, referencing problems from past relationships and family experiences, I try to help the couple find pragmatic solutions to areas of conflict. I'm direct in helping partners accept that some disagreement is part of any relationship. I encourage conscious, fair and respectful communication.
Call Barbara Hulsart for a free 15 minute consultation now - (631) 456-4330
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- License: New York / 006320-1
- School: William Alanson White Institute
- Certificate: The Brearley School / H.S.
- Certificate: Barnard College / B.A.
- Alcohol Use
- Chronic Pain
- Eating Disorders
- Family Conflict
- Relationship Issues
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Elders (65+)