Therapy Can Work

Katherine Rabinowitz, LP, M.A., NCPsyA

Licensed Psychotherapist & Psychoanalyst
Union Square, Greenwich Village, New York, NY

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Therapy Can Work

Katherine Rabinowitz, LP, M.A., NCPsyA

Licensed Psychotherapist & Psychoanalyst
Union Square, Greenwich Village, New York, NY

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Low Self-Esteem: That Must Be Because I’m Worthless, Right?

Low self-esteem is a state of mind, not an object, or “thing.” As such, it can be changed. It’s not easy, but there are a number of ways to get started on changing this image of yourself. Give yourself a chance – give yourself permission to feel you’re a good and worthy person. If none of the suggestions work, seek professional help.

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Procrastination – a Tough Habit to Break

Procrastination, a tough habit to break, is one of the ways we get in our own way. It offers short-term relief, but ironically, causes more feelings of guilt and regret in the long-term. It’s hard but not impossible to get past this insidious habit.

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LONELINESS: Is Your Phone Your Best Friend?

Despite incessant connecting with people via social media, many people today feel lonely. Feeling genuinely connected to people is normal, natural, possibly built into our genetic makeup. You are not alone if you crave human contact and feel you don’t have it. Chronic loneliness can lead to health problems and depression. Being connected to devices rather than people contributes to a sense of loneliness. But it’s not hopeless. There are things you can do to overcome these feelings, and they all have to do with being with real people in real time.

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Relationships

All romantic relationships can be difficult and often, hard to come by in our busy, technology-saturated world. Some can be fixed, others not, most can be improved.

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