Alice Richman, Psy. D.
Are you stuck? Are you struggling with a problem? Do you wish you could find a way out of old habits that are not working well for you? You can feel better by learning new ways to deal with old problems. Contact me if you are unhappy; give yourself the chance to change and feel better.
I have experience treating depression, anxiety, and stress. I also work with people who have problems with parenting, bereavement, relationships, low self-esteem, gender issues, divorce, medical and health concerns, and end of life issues.
My approach is active and combines my training in Client-Centered, Family Systems, and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Therapy is relatively short term. You have been thinking about getting help, take the next step: contact me. We will work together to help you.
I am a Level II Bereavement counselor, certified by the American Academy of Bereavement. Additionally, please check out my book “Boost your Self-Care…Be Assertive,” co-written with Reneé Cavallaro, LCSW.